A herd of cows is the perfect way to furnish a pasture, but, despite its name, Sell a Cow focuses more on furnishing home interiors. Stocked with designs from brands including Coaster Fine Furniture and Ashley Furniture, the stores can outfit nearly any room. Bedrooms transform with sleigh beds, canopy beds, or compact bunk beds for kids. And living rooms come together around sumptuous armchairs and coffee tables. In addition to furniture, an extensive selection of accents adds stylish touches with wine cabinets, lamps, mirrors, and rugs.
Broken garage doors are no use to anyone besides cars that desperately want to be left alone. The mechanical experts at Crystal Overhead Door Inc get garage-covering systems up and running with minimal fuss. Sourcing their equipment from the industry's top manufacturers, the crews can quickly replace chain belts, repair busted motors, and completely switch out entire doors for panels with more fetching color and material.
Team members at Alanis Development Corporation remodel kitchens and bathrooms, renovate offices and restaurants, and repair spaces that have been knocked around by the elements. Their values include quality communication, high levels of security—all projects are supervised—and customer service. These three priorities keep customers as happy as their new digs do.
RK Porches and Construction outfits homes with new versions of its old rooms. Its team can rejuvenate bathrooms with new showers and toilets, transform living rooms with new flooring, or create a spacious kitchen by demolishing a dining room wall. RKs services extend to the outdoors, where techs can add on a new porch or tickle the old one until its boards lie straight.
A USA Fencing Association member club, Lincoln Square Fencing is home to head coach Clinton Smith, who continues a career-long pursuit of sharing his love for the sport with new generations of swordsmen. A nationally ranked referee in all three weapons—epee, foil, and saber—Clinton teaches the latter two through programs designed for new fencers as young as five to serious fencers seeking to improve their competitive results through private coaching. Each level breaks down the sport’s concepts into basic, easy-to-understand components, a teaching style Clinton honed while coaching at several fencing clubs, including at Northwestern University. All instruction is tailored to the athlete’s goals and experience level, often focusing on judging touches with first-time fencers or breaking down the concept of “Right of Way” for more seasoned vets, who might contemplate using such fencing techniques as a means to settle traffic disputes.