"Never, never, never give up," is the driving mantra for David Oreck, who flew combat missions with the US Army Air Forces in World War II and returned home to build a business empire from scratch. He set out to design a machine to lighten hotel employees' load, making a lightweight vacuum cleaner as opposed to the traditional bulky, burdensome commercial cleaners. Naturally, the domestic market began clamoring for his high-powered yet easy-to-handle devices, and soon Oreck vacuums could be found in homes throughout the country.
Today, the company continues its tradition of innovation, simplifying household tasks with Steam-Glide mops for hard floors, HEPA-filter upright vacuums, and stain-killing cleaning products. Oreck's commitment to clean sends it headlong into the future, with high-tech air filters that react to their environment with automatic sensory controls, filtering odors, allergens, and curse words.
77kids, a new children's clothing brand by American Eagle, swaddles newborns and youths up to size 14 in rock ‘n’ roll–inspired duds featuring stylish retro details. The pink Rock Sparkle hoodie ($39.50) adds an urban edge to the animal print of the Flowy ruffle-front dress ($34.50). The Rad to the Bone graphic tee ($16.50) launches playground debates about skeletal system ethics and complements a pair of Destroyed loose-fit jeans ($34.50). A baby bedecked in an All Good! footed one piece ($16.50) gets a head start on learning rock ‘n’ roll vocab such as "rad," "awesome," and "check check, one two, one two."
Like many teenagers, Chelsea Shorney loved putting on makeup in high school, according to the Eagle Bulletin. But unlike most teens, her passion for beauty and healthy skin was so great, it led her to move to New York City after graduation. While studying at the Atelier Esthetique Institute of Esthetics, she lived in a YMCA and soldiered on despite the deprecating remarks of others??many people said they wouldn't trust her to treat their skin because she was so young.
Frustrated, but not deterred, Chelsea earned her aesthetician's license when she was just 18, and was her own boss by age 22. Today at Chelsea's Esthetic Boutique, this young but determined business owner tailors her treatments to each client's skin type, doling out facials, microdermabrasion, and LED light therapy with a level of professionalism usually reserved for business owners twice her age. And, to deepen her knowledge of her craft even further, she also completed the I-TEC course, which allows her to practice and converse with faces in 30 different countries.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Electronic-cigarette starter kits
Pro Tip: Ask plenty of questions so we can help you find what works best for you.
Good for Kids: No
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Besides a bunch of accented letter e's, what do P.S. from A?ropostale's more than 90 stateside stores share? They're all located in malls. That makes sense when you consider each store is filled with casual apparel for kids, including graphic tees, jeans, and hoodies.
In the brick-lined subterranean showroom of Wise Guys Comedy Club & 201 Bistro, nationally touring rib ticklers ply their craft. The intimate comedy den comfortably seats up to 110 revelers and allows for prime viewing of top-notch comedians from every angle. Tableside cocktail service allows guests to stay seated throughout the shows, and Wise Guys doesn’t require standard drink minimums. The bar beckons with sterling woodwork and bar-side tarot-card readings. Before or after the side-splitting comedy shows, 201 Bistro satisfies guests with a hearty menu of steak, pasta, and seafood entrees.