Spread out across nine locations in New Jersey and New York, Treasure Island Self Storage's complexes safely house personal belongings in climate-controlled units protected by password-controlled gates and overseen by 24-hour video-surveillance feeds. The units come in a variety of sizes and are accessible seven days a week. Customers can take advantage of drive-up access and ground-floor loading, a more convenient way to store trinkets than shipping them to a relative's attic. At each location, a professional consultant is ready to assist customers, and an assortment of boxes, tape, and other packing supplies are available at each location to provide items a smooth and secure passage. Select locations are also U-Haul-authorized dealerships equipped to rent out moving trucks. Other locations provide free use of their own trucks for clients who can't balance a couch on their handlebars.
Voted one of the state's best museums by New Jersey Monthly readers, Paranormal Books and Curiosities tingles spines with creepy exhibits and spooky, 90-minute tours along the Jersey shore. Fright enthusiasts feel the icy touch of phantom fingers during a lantern-lit walk through the ghost-ridden streets of downtown Asbury Park. Tourists can also take a moonlit stroll along the boardwalk while absorbing the haunting tales of a doomed luxury liner and a mysteriously flammable theater, or head into Smithville's historic Village Greene for a chance encounter with the Pine Barrens’ shadow-stepping Jersey Devil and his terrifying harmonica solos.
Despite their determinedly of-the-moment sound, Redfoo and Sky Blu are carrying on a long pop lineage: the former is Motown founder Berry Gordy's son, the latter his grandson. As red-hot electropop duo LMFAO, the uncle-nephew pairing electrifies dance floors with manic odes to party life. The 2012 Sorry for Party Rocking tour explodes with fan favorites such as "Party Rock Anthem" and newer hits such as "Sexy and I Know It," which has a bouncy swagger that dominated the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 28 weeks. Meanwhile, the band parades in neon animal prints amid backup dancers, bobbing beneath giant robot heads, tossing inflatables into the crowd, and creating a spectacle Metro Weekly calls "enormously entertaining."
As a photographer for The Asbury Park Press, USA Today, and The Star-Ledger, Russ DeSantis developed a photojournalist’s eye for detail and the expertise to photograph a wide variety of events. Today he applies that trained eye toward wedding photo shoots where he freeze-frames memorable moments in sharp focus, creating images that can be treasured for generations. He also covers sporting events, business functions, and religious occasions.
Drawing upon experience accumulated over the course of six decades in business, the insured and licensed technicians at Environmental Air Systems visit homes to improve energy efficiency and safety. Video-camera systems allow the workers to peer inside evaporators and other difficult-to-reach parts or show homeowners the deposits of dust that are attracting lonesome cowboys to nest in their ducts. Inspections of home systems involve 25 or more steps, allowing the workers to make specific recommendations and ferret out dangers, including carbon-monoxide leaks. The crews, who are on call at all hours, also install systems backed by a guarantee that each room will be within 3 degrees of any other section of the house, except when sullen teenage glaciers are visiting.