Armed with eco-friendly cleaning products and the confidence that comes from a clean background check, the staffers at My Green Clean Team descend on homes to tidy, dust, and wash every grimy surface. They can perform maintenance housecleaning on a regular basis—doing such tasks as dusting, collecting trash, and cleaning the kitchen—or arrive for more in-depth individual jobs. Their commitment to thoroughness and arsenal of nonhazardous products fuel their work as they clean whole houses, de-smudge glass, or purge carpets of dirt and video games smashed out of rage.
Western Reserve's team of plastic surgeons and licensed aestheticians restore complexions with high-end skincare products and attentive service. Custom micropeels retexturize and rejuvenate worn visages to deter the effects of aging, skin sensitivity, acne, and Halloween masks that have fused to patients' faces ($100–$150). A comprehensive skin evaluation helps the skin sculptors determine the correct balance of hydrating and exfoliating products needed to effectively treat individual skin qualms such as fine lines, discoloration, and sun and environmental damage ($50). Like parents ushering children off to school, each micropeel gently encourages dead skin cells to leave home and never return. At the end of three tailored treatments, patients should expect previously furrowed brows to feel more hydrated, relaxed, and youthful.
For more than 90 years, the skilled chefs at Herold’s Salads have crafted vegetable-strewn pastas and hearty potato salads alongside a host of creamy dips. Fling creamy spinach dip ($4.65 for 12 oz.) onto a cracker with a flick of the wrist to practice for a game of darts with Popeye, or bury tortilla chips under a blanket of black-bean-and-corn salsa ($4.65). Lemon spring pasta salad ($3.50) spurns winter with a tricolor crop of rotini dusted in lemon marinade plus a speckled garden of peppers and sliced mushrooms. Patrons can sculpt a spud-studded mountain range out of rocky mountain potato salad ($2.25) or crabwalk into an order of Neptune’s seafood salad ($6). In addition to 12-ounce portions, the majority of Herold’s salads and dips are available in bulk, filling 2- and 5-pound tubs or under-utilized kiddie pools.
The professional garment cleansers at Budget Dry Cleaners provide myriad services to expel pesky dirt and unwanted stains from fine fabrics. Most garments ($2.49) are purged through a process that includes a meticulous prespotting regime, to maximize stain removal. Laundered shirts ($1.79) return to their beloved owners with finely pressed collars and cuffs, customized levels of starch, and on a hanger. Budget Dry Cleaners can also scour table clothes ($15), blankets ($20), bedspreads ($20), comforters ($20), and suede and leather coverings ($35), leaving each in tip-top shape after house-wide cleaning days necessitated by an open-top blender's joyride on a Roomba.
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For more than 20 years the technicians at Shaker Square Dry Cleaning and Tailoring have been dry-cleaning clothing and specialty items such as suede, fur, and wedding gowns. Additional services include tailoring, alterations, and pickup and delivery.
Now in its tenth season as Cleveland's National Repertory Dance Company, Verb Ballets promotes public appreciation and passion for contemporary dance with a variety of live performances, educational programs, and community outreach efforts. Led by director Dr. Margaret Carlson, the theme for this season is storytelling, and the three included shows embody the best way to see a yarn gracefully spun from the body besides hiring an arachnid novelist. American Lore explores classic continental legends through dance, from a profile of definitive American composer Aaron Copland and revisitation of Martha Graham's famed "Appalachian Spring" to a world premiere of "Billy the Kid," choreographed by Ginger Thatcher. On February 17, Alternative Moves explores the boundaries of religious fervor with Chung-Fu Chang's mystic tale from Taiwan and Doris Humphrey's "Dance of the Chosen," about the Shakers for whom Shaker Heights is named. Finally, select a date (April 26, 27, or 28) to see Verb Ballets' reimagining of the classic Spanish opera Carmen, recomposed with a focus on drum and strings and emboldened with expressive contemporary dance.