Provocative, style-savvy content bursts from the bindings of Condé Nast's popular publications, all rich with thought-provoking subjects and articles. Discerning fashionistas get schooled in the art of affordable wardrobe transformation by the glossy leaflets of Lucky, which also invites readers to study the physics behind body-slimming dresses and imitate expertly curated street style. Guys can thumb through the pages of Details to read up on emerging trends, such as new artisanal vodkas or the best cufflinks to keep hands from falling off. Those looking to prepare their figures for swimsuit season can take tips from the bikini-body workout in Self or can discover the 20 superfoods for weight loss. To prepare for a career as a paparazzi decoy, glean ideas from the best-dressed celebrities in Vogue. With brain-building Wired articles in hand, techies can spend a year solving philosophical riddles, such as the physics of a football punt or which media players best suit their lifestyles.
The licensed and insured crew at A-1 Cleaning revivifies homes and offices with eco-friendly products. During basic cleaning sessions, crews bring their own equipment to mop floors, vacuum carpets, and sanitize kitchen and bathroom surfaces. They’re also on hand to clean up after a social event or love tap from a wrecking ball.
Run Pest Control's technicians keep buildings both safe and free of pests while staying up-to-date on industry advances. The undesirable critters they target range from insects—such as cockroaches, bed bugs, and termites—to food-stealing rodents and roommates. To rid homes of such nuisances, the technicians take a three-step approach. After thoroughly inspecting problem areas, they classify the types of pests present and design custom integrated pest management systems. Then, once the small monsters have been thwarted, they help customers take steps to prevent future infestations, clean up messes, and repair damages caused by barbarian mice.
The creative culinarians at Aquarius Star’s Om Café transform organic, local ingredients into savory salads, sandwiches, and wraps that pair perfectly with fair-trade coffee and tea. The menu offers meat-free munchers a slew of vegetarian and vegan options, including the shareable organic hummus and veggie plate ($8.75), Om’s grilled blackened-tofu wrap ($8.75), and the Om salad, topped with raw nuts and homemade lemon-garlic dressing ($9.75). Om Café's Double Decker turkey sandwich ($9.25) delights eco-conscious carnivores with its blend of free-range turkey, locally sourced veggies, and organic mustard, mayonnaise, or aioli.
Fitness 19's founders launched their first family-oriented gyms in 2003, hoping to splash the exercising experience with local flavor and familiarity. Life Fitness cardio machines—including treadmills and ellipticals—unite with strength-training machines and free weights to help members to build leaner physiques as certified personal trainers patrol the deep-red-carpeted workout area. The expert staff can also guide clients through yoga, martial arts, and weight-loss-centric personal-training sessions. Every location also hosts a kids' room, where youngsters can craft macaroni kettlebells under the supervision of a full-time staff member.
Appropriate Janitorial LLC's dirt-demolishing staff tackles household grime with environmentally safe cleaning products and an arsenal of brushes, squeegees, and towels. Working seven days a week to remedy messiness, they roam from room to room, wiping down kitchen appliances, vacuuming living-room carpets, dusting sedentary roommates, and disinfecting bathrooms. They also tidy up the outdoors with seasonal services such as spring planting, summer landscaping, fall gutter cleaning, and winter snow removal.