Posted 2 miles away from the historic Lexington Battle Green, the staff at Armstrong Flag Company take pride in the stars and stripes. The company specializes in American flags, made in the United States with domestic materials, and also has a vast selection of flags for countries all over the globe. Novelty flags unfurl and run up flagpoles to pay homage to sports teams and political views. Sports memorabilia, such as kitchenware, decorations, tailgating gear, and game-worn mascot collars, rounds out the selection for die-hard NFL, MLB, and NCAA fans.
With a curated selection of handcrafted goods and home decor from around the world, Wadjet Worldwide transports the bounty of exotic continents to a welcoming gallery full of colorful merchandise. Whether you aim to arrange flowers in a bamboo vase or play "The Star-Spangled Banner" on a rustic xylophone, the vast inventory of exotic goods offers the opportunity to spice up your home interior with unique finds.
Aesthetician Tereza Maria Pupeza has fought acne and facial blemishes for the last 24 years, earning raves for her collagen facial from Stuff Magazine in 2011. Her weapons of choice include a microdermabrasion wand, chemical peels, and more than 10 facials, including a marine facial with a mask composed of seaweed and organic silicon.
By combining thorough education services with modern technology, Babbel's interactive learning tools help students speak a second language by connecting with potential friends and business contacts across the globe. Babbel offers programs for 11 languages, including French, Brazilian Portuguese, Swedish, German, and Spanish, with integrated speech-recognition tools and review managers that adjust exercises according to each learner's progress. The online lessons can be accessed from home computers. Babbel's Web-based software also connects users to an online community of learners and native speakers who offer assistance by chatting with users, commenting on writing exercises, and posting obituaries for dead languages.
No matter the weather outside, the conditions are always right at Extra Innings, a 15,000 square foot indoor baseball and softball training facility. The facility includes four batting and pitching tunnels, each of which is 70 feet in length and equipped with an adjustable pitching machine, an L-screen for live batting practice, and a pitching mound. If players want more help, they can turn to Extra Innings' instructors, many of whom are former or current professional players and college all-stars. These experts use a uniform step-by-step teaching system to help students develop their swings, improve their fielding, and learn to only exclaim "I got it!" if they're about to catch a fly ball or have just been told a joke. For a break, players can visit an on-site pro-shop full of name-brand gear, or they can even arrange a shindig in the party area to celebrate birthdays and special victories.
AlwaysFits.Com abounds with quirky gifts and novelties suitable for recipients of all ages. Eschewing complex internet interfaces based on hieroglyphs and calculus, the site offers a straightforward online ordering system, which allows customers to click through hundreds of unusual products––from giant 5-pound gummy bears to Abraham Lincoln finger puppets to avocado necklaces. AlwaysFits.Com further simplifies the gift-giving process with pages of suggestions based on tastes or personalities, along with comprehensive gift baskets with themes such as office life, marriage, and mustaches.