Posts Tagged ‘Hair Lounge’

A new yoga studio has opened at 2201 Wisconsin Ave., next to Wide World of Wines. Yoga District “offers affordable and by-donation yoga classes in community-run yoga centers committed to eco-friendly practices,” according to its website. The storefront space had been vacant since 2010. It was previously occupied by Georgetowne Lock.

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KGB Deals is selling three discount coupons for Hair Lounge Salon (2201 Wisconsin Ave.). Deals include a coupon for a one-hour deep exfoliating treatment for $49 (regular price: $130) and a coupon for a collagen-boosting facial plus brow shaping for $49 (regular price: $165).

Restaurant.com is selling a variety of discount coupons for Twist Georgetown (2505 Wisconsin Ave., in Savoy Suites). Deals include a coupon good for $25 off your bill that costs $10 and a coupon good for $75 off your bill that costs $30.

Reported by Laurie England

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Sometime between February 13 and February 17, two air conditioning units with a combined value of $5,000 were stolen from the rear of 2201 Wisconsin Ave., the office building where Hair Lounge and Wide World of Wines are located—and where Ligne Roset will soon be. Although the perpetrator was caught on surveillance video, police have no suspects in the case, according to an incident report.

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From the December 2010 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Stand-up comedy comes to the Avenue on Thursday, December 2, when Angelico Pizzeria (2313 Wisconsin Ave.) will host a show featuring Marcus Brown, Ken Watter, Emily Ruskowski, Jessica Brodkin, and Royce Wynn. Doors open at 7 p.m. Cost is $10.

Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.) will host a storewide sampling of holiday items and offerings on December 4 from noon to 3 p.m.

Invitees can sip champagne and preview goodies from the holiday gift shop at Hair Lounge Salon (2201 Wisconsin Ave.) on the evening of Wednesday, December 8. To be invited to this free event, email events@chicpr.com.

Jonah’s Treehouse (2121 Wisconsin Ave.) will host a holiday party on December 17. Details weren’t available at press time, but can be found at jonahstreehouse.com.

Town Hall (2218 Wisconsin Ave.) is offering an all-inclusive New Year’s Eve party package. Details weren’t available at press time, but can be found at townhalldc.com. The restaurant is also available for private holiday parties.

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Hair Lounge at 2201 Wisconsin is offering $50 haircuts on Sunday, September 12, and donating 100% of the proceeds to the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Care Center.

And on Wednesday, September 15, SKIN Cosmetic Dermatology at 2233 Wisconsin, Suite 230, will donate 10% of the cost of all services performed to the Capital Breast Care Center.

Reported by Laurie England.

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Balance Gym’s marketing annex at 2241 Wisconsin is up and running: running straight for members of Washington Sports Club next door at 2251 Wisconsin. Though Balance owner Graham King had told us the new storefront would be used to promote spa services—”(massages/facials/sauna/steam/etc)”—at SomaSpa, which shares Balance’s 2121 Wisconsin location, a Balance tout spent this morning handing out cards flogging the gym’s new membership deal: $59/month if you sign up by June 30. (There’s also a onetime initiation fee of $99, but it’s credited towards personal training or spa services.)

Meanwhile, a whiteboard in WSC’s lobby announces discounts that gym has negotiated for its members with local merchants. With your WSC member barcode, you’ll get the following deals:

  • 15% off meals at Kavanagh’s at 2400 Wisconsin;
  • 50% off games and 10% off food and drink at Breadsoda at 2233 Wisconsin;
  • 15% off services at Hair Lounge at 2201 Wisconsin;
  • 15% off hair services on your first visit to Elite for Hair at 2315 Wisconsin; and
  • $6.45 games and free shoes on Tuesdays at Strike Bowling Alley at 5353 Westbard Avenue in Bethesda.

Will the neighborhood’s other gyms, BodySmith at 2200 Wisconsin and Elements Fitness & Wellness Center inside 2233 Wisconsin, leap into the fray?

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As reported under the Washington Post’s objectively awesome print headline, "Hair They Come to Save the Day," a San Francisco nonprofit has begun making hair-filled booms to help soak up oil from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Now Hair Lounge at 2201 Wisconsin is donating its hair clippings to the effort indefinitely.

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