N.B. Liebman Furniture Showcase, which has twice been featured in Susquehanna Style magazine’s Who’s Who of business, helps customers design and furnish their domiciles with wares from La-Z-Boy, Berkline, Pennsylvania House, and Klaussner. Maximize C-SPAN viewing angles with a Legends TV cart ($198), or safely rock an aging senator to sleep with a John Thomas rocker ($198). More elaborate décor includes a Sealy Posturepedic queen mattress set ($598), a Lane recliner ($398), and a Better Homes and Gardens dining table and set of four chairs ($1,998). Kids, tweens, and teens can coordinate bedrooms with a variety of colorful furnishings from the Nickelodeon Rooms By Lea collection, which were assembled by cartoon characters looking to expand into the glamorous world of manufacturing.
Give the staff members at Stadium Studio photos, a mat, and a frame, and they’ll create a custom piece of sports memorabilia that preserves special memories. To date, their artistic eye and appreciation for sports history has yielded an array of team plaques, signed photos, and artwork. They also can frame sporting equipment in shadow boxes or spruce up framed jerseys with the team’s logo, the team’s font, or a clipping of the team owner’s hair.
As more theaters converted to high-quality digital projection, FunTime Cinemas knew it had to keep up with the times. There was one small problem: the cost. Independent from the industry behemoths, the community-focused FunTime Cinemas needed some help to fund the conversion and maintain its affordable ticket prices. So it reached out to its patrons through the Dollars for Digital campaign, which helped raise enough money for all three theaters to become 100% digital. The updated projection allows FunTime to continue showcasing the newest major releases, as well as special one-time screenings of smaller features, with crisp picture and sound at deeply discounted prices.
The Adventurer's Guild welcomes role-playing fans with an extensive array of gaming accouterments, including cards, figurines, and miniatures. Refine an almost-perfect goblin deck with Magic the Gathering booster packs ($3.50), or stay up-to-date on rigorous dice-rolling regulations with the fourth edition Dungeons & Dragons Player's Handbook ($29.99). Miniature warfare ranges across the Warhammer 40,000 Battle for Black Reach boxed set ($90) and Settlers of Catan board game ($42), keeping figurines off the streets and away from the influence of bitter, discarded chess pieces. Opened 11 years ago by a group of hardcore gamers, The Adventurer's Guild also serves as a hub for local role players, providing demonstrations for inquisitive newcomers, a free gaming space, and regular group events.