One of the nation's largest auto show producers, Motor Trend dazzles 24 markets throughout the country with the latest breeds of horseless carriages and steel steeds in all their glittering glory. Each show boasts its own parade of the latest models, all of which are unlocked and waiting to be admired inside and out. If the sleek, muscular sports cars from Ferrari and Maserati remind you too much of your old job as a secret agent valet, you can also shop for future cars among the more practical permutations of Suburu, Kia, and Buick. Fans of good old-fashioned American size and power, meanwhile, can make themselves look tiny by standing next to the 2011 Ford Super Duty.
For more than 50 years, Adelphi’s staff of soiled-clothing cleaners has been removing stains from grubby garments with reinvigorating dry-cleaning services with pickup and delivery options in the Garden City area. Let Adelphi pickup your corrupted clothing, or drop it off in store for a thorough inspection. Adelphi’s staff will scourge for coffee spots, paw prints, and children's ketchup-painted hand-portraits before initiating a stringent scrubbing in a filth-obliterating eco-friendly Firbimatic cleaning machine. Adelphi tenderly tends to threads of all types, restoring sweaters to stain-free snuggly-ness ($4.99) and dresses to unadulterated sultriness ($10.59), while polluted pants ($5.35) and crumpled suits ($11.50) are more than sufficiently spruced for romantic first dates or for a contract signing to write french fry-inspired haikus. For customers with problems beyond cleanliness conundrums, Adelphi also performs an array of accoutrement-accentuating services. Pickup and delivery are only available for customers within a 10-mile radius of Garden City.
For more than 25 years, Drama Kids International has nurtured thousands of thespian students and kids simply searching for an engaging activity, instilling children with the ability to speak clearly and confidently. Classes focus on sharpening articulated speech and encouraging creative expression. Children are placed in classes according to their age group: the Lower Primary (ages 5–8) teaches kids how to deliver lines and hone social skills, the Upper Primary (ages 9–11) delves into improvisation and dramatic movement, and the DKI Acting Academy (ages 12–17) preps scene-stealers on how to audition for their dream role. Each class includes a variety of activities for kids to unleash their imagination, which develops their dramatic abilities in a fun, easy-going setting. Drama Kids instructors foster an open, comfortable acting environment. Call ahead to schedule the first class and start your child down the path of becoming one of the more notable Baldwin brothers.
Recognized by Forbes as a top career-boosting website, Ace The Race helps clients achieve maximum success through effective, results-driven coaching, training, events, and retreats. Founder Lisa-Michelle Kucharz is a recognized expert in career, effectiveness, leadership. Her coaching sessions can help clients improve their careers, set positive habits, gain motivation, and create a fulfilling work-life balance. Corporate training and retreats also enable groups to master these concepts at work with programs tailored to professional levels ranging from new hires to senior management. A diverse experience in leadership positions in human resources, business development, and communications arms her with unique insight into the opportunities and challenges of modern life.
At Revel, the culinary team's careful execution of new American cuisines with worldly influences have caught the attention of more than the locals. Soft beef short ribs, meaty crab cake set on a white-bean pur?e, and thin, crisp, and addictive duck-fat fries all earned the praises of the New York Times' food critic Joann Starkey, whose visit was replete with cuisine that hit the mark. The dinner menu starts with appetizers, such as the creamy lobster bisque swirled with tarragon cr?me fra?che, which lead up to entrees, such as the 8-ounce filet mignon with a tiny flag that reads, "You made it."