Since 1976, East Greenwich Photo & Studio’s Soozie Sundlun has captured photos of eminent figures such as Ray Charles, Tony Bennet, Barack Obama, and Jon Bon Jovi. In addition to snapping shots at her studio, she meets her subjects on location and applies a photojournalistic style to wedding photography. Sundlun’s studio even offers video transfer services and videography.
The staff at Zoots Dry Cleaning extracts stains and stress by pairing eco-friendly dry-cleaning services with the convenience of extended evening and Sunday hours, 24-hour drop-off and pickup services (available at most locations), and an automated drive-thru system. Team members clean clothes, draperies, bedding, and rugs with a biodegradable solvent as opposed to harsh PERC chemicals, and some staff are trained to expertly excise stains from the delicate lace and beadwork of bridal-gown bodices. Most stores also have a tailor on location who is able to alter ensembles in a snap. Customers get e-mail notifications when orders are ready or they can download a smartphone app to keep a close eye on the status of their dirty laundry.
For more than 30 years, Unilock has furnished and landscaped outdoor living spaces with a variety of paving stones, used for retaining walls, seats, steps, and fire pits. Increase romantic patio vibes with the flickering light of a 60"x16" round outdoor fire pit, or a 43"x43"x16" square outdoor fire pit. Customers have a choice of three colors (tan, gray, and brown-gray) for the round pit or one color for the square pit, and both come equipped with all the necessary components, including the blocks, fire ring, and primitive bow drill needed to start a fire. Groupon holders can install the kit themselves using the company's instructions, or opt to have the fire pit professionally installed for an additional fee (installation fees vary according to travel distance, location, and foundation). All Unilock fire pits come with a lifetime guarantee on the structural integrity of materials used in construction.
A two-year subscription to Woodcraft Magazine arms lathe laureates and router rookies alike with 12 issues of tips, tool reviews, and step-by-step instructions for a range of projects. With articles contributed by seasoned level-five woodworking gurus, recent issues have dispensed sage advice on such topics as glue management, staying safe at the table saw, and breaking boards with the power of suggestion. Step-by-step photography accompanies each set of design instructions, clearly detailing the progress of projects such as a fully finished set of stackable wine racks or a modular home office with a red-oak-and-plywood design. Tool experts introduce readers to the latest in woodworking technology with product reviews, and shop-design specialists keep timber tinkerers efficient with articles on specialized storage, shop setup, and making a robot assistant out of a mini fridge.