Lexington Video 172 Bedford St, Lexington, MA02420 Lexington Video, formerly Videosmith, opened under new ownership in January 2011. It is the only video rental store in…More Lexington, offering new releases and old favorites, including Blu-ray discs and games for playstation, Xbox and Wii systems. There are more than 7,000 DVDs in stock, from classics to new releases.
Sweet Beads 1792 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Sweet Beads is located on Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington Center. This bead shop opened in November 2008, and as of…More February 2011 is owned by Lexington residents Deborah Brown, Ellen Basch and Sabine Clark.
The store carries beads and jewelry-making supplies, as well as finished hand-crafted jewelry, gift items, and vintage jewelry. The staff also provide repair services, group classes and private lessons. The store also offers party space for children and adults.
Founded in 1982, the Armenian Sisters Academy is open to all children of Armenian descent. It is devoted to teaching…More the Armenian language and culture. Occupying two large buildings on a secluded green campus, this co-ed school has been certified by the Lexington School System and is seeking accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
The school's curriculum focuses on the development of students character and includes an emphasis on Armenian culture and language. School starts at 8:20am, but children can be dropped off as early as 7:40am. Class is dismissed at 2:55pm and students should be picked up no later than 3:15pm. Tuition starts at $4,800 for the academic year 2010-2011.
Located on Lowell Street, just past the intersection of Woburn and Lowell, the Center for Acupuncture opened its…More doors at their new location in 2011. The practice's director, Loocie Brown, has been a licensed acupuncturist for over 19 years and a faculty member at the New England School of Acupuncture since 1996. Ms. Brown currently holds regular health education seminars at Emerson Hospital and is a regular contributor to their Integrative Health & Wellness Center programs. Ms. Brown's specialties include the treatment of seasonal allergies, acute and chronic pain issues and gastrointestinal problems.
The Center for Acupuncture also holds seminars on acupuncture and related topics. To find out when the next seminar is taking place, visit the practice's Web site. To schedule an appointment or for a free phone consultation, call the number provided during business hours.