The garment gurus at each of DryClean USA's more than 400 locations in the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America employ advanced dry-cleaning technology to gently rid clothing of smirches and smudges. With membership, a wardrobe and its owner enjoys such perks as 20% off all dry cleaning for the year, $0.30 off all dress shirts, and a complimentary laundry bag for superhero costume changes in a post-phone-booth world.
Dr. William R. Cooper, DC, leads Plantation Spine & Physical Rehabilitation Center with one mission: to help his patients live without pain. His approach is completely noninvasive; he sees no reason to add pain by cutting with scalpels or jabbing with syringes. Instead, he performs gentle hands-on adjustments and massages to ease discs away from delicate nerve tissue or stimulate the flow of oxygen-rich blood to inflamed areas. In spinal-decompression therapy, Dr. Cooper aims to relieve chronic back pain through customized sessions, which have helped past clients avoid back surgery. In an effort to put new clients at ease, he provides a thorough explanation of what to expect on the first visit and a compilation of resources for patients seeking more information.
True ramen takes more than just boiling noodles for three minutes. At Nori, the kitchen serves up steaming bowls of scratch-made authentic ramen, teeming with slices of meat and noodles. The pooling yolks of soft-boiled eggs add color, along with chopped green onions and kernels of sweet corn. Customers can also warm their bellies with Japanese and Thai dishes??including slow-braised pork belly, Thai chicken wonton soup, pad thai, and New York strip steak with basil sauce??which are served in a cozy eatery with cushioned white chairs and a mirrored wall.
The staff at Velocity Martial Arts swears by the martial arts as a nonacademic method for gifting kids with the tools they need to become successful and productive adults. As they learn combative moves in capoeira, Brazilian jujitsu, and kickboxing classes, they also learn to temper themselves and have respect for fellow students. Led by mixed-martial-arts Master Charles Panoyan, the school's instructors accept students of almost any age. That means even adults can learn body-conditioning exercises and self-defense moves that will serve them well on the street or when being pelted with mashed potatoes during a raucous board meeting.