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  • Anaala Salon and Spa
    Take a break from your chaotic schedule and treat yourself to an ultimate day spa experience at Anaala Salon and Spa in Madison. A facial from this spa is your first step to clearer and healthier skin. Looking for a new hair salon? Refresh your luscious locks at this spa. For gentle, pain-free hair removal, head to Anaala Salon and Spa for a quick fix. Say goodbye to those pesky knots with a massage from this spa. Brighten up your nails with a fresh coat of polish or a fun design from this trendy establishment. Whether it's the weekend or a weekday, this spa always accommodates walk-ins. For the ultimate mind and body rejuvenation, people love the services at Anaala Salon and Spa, though the cost leaves little to be desired. Anaala Salon and Spa accepts all major credit cards, such as Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Whether you prefer street or garage parking, Anaala Salon and Spa is near both. In a world of changing styles, Anaala Salon and Spa will help your unique look stay timeless.
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    562 N Midvale Blvd
    Madison, WI US
  • Fireside Hearth & Home Madison
    A family gathers in front of a fire to watch flames dance inside a teepee of logs. After several moments, a uniformed staffer walks over to ask whether they have any questions, and, startled, they stop telling ghost stories or reminiscing about bygone summer bonfires to think about whether they'd like that very model in their own home. Fireside Hearth & Home's cozy design room has that effect. Several staged but comfortable living rooms, kitchens, and patios revolve around fireplaces and stoves, letting customers really imagine life around the hearth. The inventory of gas, wood, and electric fireplaces, as well as stoves and inserts come out of the workshops of top brands such as Heat & Glo, Heatilator, Quadra-Fire, and Outdoor Lifestyles. The knowledgeable staffers can explain the variances of styles and features, as well as install new fireplaces and convert wood fireplaces to gas ones.
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    6709 Watts Rd
    Madison, WI US
  • The Great Frame Up (MADISON)
    Since 1989, designers and framers at the locally owned and operated The Great Frame Up have covered artwork and photos with thousands of frame and mat combinations and prevented 3-D keepsakes and sports memorabilia from selling themselves on eBay by enshrouding them in shadowboxes and acrylic cases. Framing jobs take place entirely on-site, ensuring a speedy turnaround on projects and a personal guarantee on all craftsmanship. The Great Frame Up?s website offers tips and trends to help customers navigate the process, from choosing frames to hanging and arranging finished pieces.
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    6633 Watts Rd.
    Madison, WI US
  • Bead Bin
    It takes a lot of beads to fill up 1,300 square feet, but, luckily, Madison Bead Company has them in droves. The sizable shop stocks a staggering assortment of beads sourced from around the world. That includes fire polished Czech crystals, Swarovski crystal pearls, seed beads made from Japanese glass, and natural material beads made from wood and bone, plus a number of findings made right in the USA. Once the glittering stock is accounted for, there's just enough room left over for a special kid's area, as well as a classroom where novice jewelry makers can learn tips and techniques from seasoned experts.
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    414 Westgate Mall
    Madison, WI US
  • Rubin's Scandinavian
    Bedecking bedrooms, living rooms, and home offices for almost a century, the furniture fiends at Rubin's seek out the finest in formal, casual, classic, and chic furniture design and manufacturing. Peruse the haute hoard of home furnishings, which range from area rugs, futons, chairs, and patio furniture to accent pieces such as trunks, coat racks, and cocoa-flavored candelabras.
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    670 S Whitney Way
    Madison, WI US
  • Pipefitter
    For more than 35 years, The Pipefitter has made it easy to keep cheeseheads under constant surveillance with Wisconsin-centric apparel and gear, as well as novelty items of all funnybone-tickling settings. The Cheesehead baseball cap ($12.95) and Cheesehead can cozy ($12.00) ensconce both your idea-generator and your bad-idea generator in a block of yellow dairy curd. Lactose-intolerant sports fans can fly more local colors with a classic Bucky Red shirt ($12.95), or eschew team loyalties entirely for a more populist sentiment ($12.95). The Pipefitter also proudly carries the wares of Madison's most famous publication, The Onion. The optimistic I Wish I Were Dead mug ($7.95) and shindig-appropriate I Enjoy Drinking Beer pint glass ($8.95) enable you to speak your mind, even when your mouth is full of liquids.
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    520 State St
    Madison, WI US

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