Joe Butler doesn't do things halfway. When he wanted to learn to be a physical trainer, he went to LA, trained with some of the top trainers in the world, and began training pro athletes and movie stars. Then he opened his own personal training gym, where he assembled a team of trainers with a combined 200 years of training experience. These days, he and his trainers lead guests of all fitness levels through training programs that include boot-camp, speed-and-agility, and RX Fit classes. Every student who walks into Prescription Fitness is treated to a health assessment and goal-setting consultation, allowing clients to slim down, bulk up, or prep for javelin season.
Since 1924, the Fligner family has been showering citizens with local meats, fresh produce, homemade baked goods, and other delectable edibles. The store boasts one of the largest custom-cut, full-service, discount meat counters in Ohio, enabling meatatarians to quench cravings with boneless beef New York–strip steaks or Dietz & Watson's gourmet meats (both $6.99 per lb.). Butchers cut meats at the time of the order, which makes the deli's 100% Ohio-raised beef as fresh as a dryer sheet stuck in the fabric of the near-distant future.
Whispering Pines Dental’s experienced team corrects crooked smiles with ClearCorrect—a combination of highly advanced, 3-D computer graphics and the spells of old-fashioned orthodontia. The ClearCorrect process eschews cumbersome braces for clear, removable aligners that are virtually invisible to the unclothed eye. An initial exam, including x-rays, photos, and impressions of your mouth terrain, paves the way for a flurry of calibrated teeth sheaths that are designed to slowly shift walnut crackers into perfect alignment. ClearCorrect's brand of invisible braces straightens dental dandies in fewer stages than Invisalign due to greater movement from each clear tray. Its material remains slightly less noticeable and will not cloud with usage.
La Plaza Supermarket bursts with a full-service butcher and bakery. From the deli, generous portions of braised pork satiate hunger pangs in the carnitas ($5.29/lb.). Scents of cinnamon and sugar waft from the on-site bakery's popular churros (less than $0.85 each), one of many Mexican pastries prepared daily. Celebrate fiestas with special-order and premade pastel leches cakes ($35 for a 14") or an assortment of piñatas. The staff at La Plaza Supermarket prides itself on friendly customer service and is always eager to answer customers' questions about Latin cuisine and the economic principles of Guyana.
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Doctor of Chiropractic Abraham Medlong studies the latest advances in medical techniques and technologies to provide his patients with the most up-to-date care. He received his degree from Parker College of Chiropractic, where he learned how to conduct spinal adjustments, therapeutic massages, and release techniques. The doctor and his staff can root out and reduce pains associated with a variety of injuries including whiplash and herniated disks. They aim to make every patient feel healthy and renewed, just like a beloved vegan cookbook from the library.
Apples have an incredible range of colors, flavors, and textures. Goldrush apples, for example, are tart with firm flesh, and Cortland apples are tender, yielding fruit with a hint of spice. Four generations of the Dodd family have mastered these distinctions at Hillcrest Orchard, the 90-acre farm where honeycrisp, jonagold, and stayman winesap apples hang heavy on branches in a palette of sunset hues. As the air cools in the fall, pumpkin vines wither, leaving behind the vibrant gourds near peach trees and a kids’ playarea. Visitors pluck apples from trees, watch the scenery slip past on a hayride, or wander through a 7-acre corn maze. Chatter in the farm's store drifts amid plank shelves laden with cake and cobbler mixes, candles, and old-fashioned candies such as licorice or sepia-toned lollipops.