While prices vary depending on finishing quality, customers can display wild-captured moments for as little as $0.25 for a 4''x6'' print. Professionally processed photos and portraits come emblazoned on Kodak Endura Luster paper, starting at $0.45 cents per 4''x6'' print, and going up to $1.49 for each 5''x7'' image. Those seeking larger sized photos to liven up shamelessly bare mantles can enlarge a print to sizes such as 11''x14'' ($7.95) or 24''x30'' ($45), a size well-suited for hiding a hole caused by a rogue wrecking ball.
Youngstown Propane has been fueling sizzling barbecues and cozy homes for nearly 30 years. Heed the warbling of the birds and the entreaties of frozen chuck and prepare for a summer of grilling with a propane tank refill. Customers can refill their own vessel or request assistance before meditating on the perfect marriage of savory meat, roasted sweet corn, and unsettlingly friendly neighbors. Upon return to the homestead, grills will snort and paw the ground at the sight of the tank that, like a mackerel-shaped station wagon, is filled to the gills with fuel.
Weight No More Endermologie Center has been specializing in Endermologie for more than 13 years—a machine-assisted non-invasive method of helping bodies shed inches of unwanted fat and cellulite. The M6 Key Module Endermologie machine from LPG scans the entire body, helping boost circulation and restore corpuses to their original smooth form. The center’s specialists also oversee vibration therapy treatments—sonic vibrations that induce muscle contractions to supplement Endermologie sessions.
Kimberly Lisowski, the shutterbug behind Photography by Kimberly, doesn't believe in stiff poses or forced smiles. Instead, she works to highlight the personality and unique beauty of each subject during spontaneous, street-style photo shoots. She snaps senior portraits that are both edgy and timeless, using natural scenery as a backdrop.
Piccadilly Parlour Victorian Tea Room steeps at least 30 imported specialty teas and pairs steaming pots with delicate finger sandwiches and light fare in a charming café setting conducive to mother-daughter outings or larger social gatherings. The tea-infused menu prompts patrons to sip a cup of Earl Grey, raise a mug of darjeeling, or discretely steam open a neighbor's junk-mail envelope over a two-cup pot ($2.95) or six-cup pot ($5.95) of the spiced apricot blend. Patrons couple their brew with a pair of sweet scones escorted to the table by clotted cream or raspberry jam ($6.29). The Piccadilly Trio keeps fingers distracted from constructing sugar-cube fortresses with an assortment of chicken salad, tuna salad, and walnut and cream-cheese tea sandwiches ($9.79). Sir Wellington's quiche tames royal appetites with a court of fresh fruit, orange tea bread, and a side salad or soup ($9.89).