Bubbles Dry Cleaners' professional staff coddles refurbishes duds customers' most precious duds with services including dry cleaning, laundry, alterations, and shoe repair, which enlist the filth-purging power of eco-friendly amicable solvents and machinery and modern equipment. Purification prodigies delivertransport threads within a two-mile radius for free up to five miles from the sanitization haven, returning pristine garments and borrowed golf carts in 24 to 48 hours. Banish blemishes from favorite blouses ($6.25+) or two-piece suits ($15.85+) with arid scouring methods, or let laundry aficionados de-grime garb the traditional watery way with laundry services that include fluffing and folding. Meanwhile, contemporary machines whirr with loads of grimy garb before laundry experts fluff and fold ($2.85+/lb.). Tailors take measurements in the comfort of your travel to living rooms or panic roomthe walk-in closets of childhood tree-houses to hem pants ($14+) or shear cumbersome sleeves ($32+), and cobblers refurbish footwear. Shoes mimic straight-from-the-factory glamour after with a shine ($7.25) or half-sole revamp ($35 for women's shoes; $40 for men's). Purification prodigies pickup and deliver threads within a two-mile radius from the sanitization haven, returning pristine garments, like a thief with a fundamental misunderstanding of burgling, within 24 to 48 hours.
At PACIFIC PARK AUTO CARE They like to say “the technicians love a challenge” the owner OSCAR NAJERA said “We love to diagnose problems that other people have failed to diagnose and we have a great success rate.” PACIFIC PARK AUTO CARE provides electrical work, computer diagnostics, factory recommended services.
Just like the organism from which it takes its name, Amoeba Music’s stock of tunes has no definite form. At each location, expert music gurus amass thousands of new and used CDs and LPs from the most mainstream artists to the most obscure underground bands around. LPs, posters, and memorabilia surround the musical inventory, which, like Ringo Starr’s pants, changes every day. Amoeba buys goods from customers, meaning that on any given day the store might usher in a rare vinyl LP, DVD, VHS, or even LaserDisc. Visitors can sign up for any number of contests while admiring Amoeba’s enduring dedication to its green practices and community outreach. Amoeba couples its huge selection of entertainment with visits from the artists themselves, welcoming past guests such as Paul McCartney, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords, and Elvis Costello to play in-store.
Hennessey + Ingalls's eclectic bookstore sells tomes covering visual arts, such as photography, as well as interior design, landscaping, fashion photography and architecture. The founding family still owns and manages its paper-based stock, ensuring that volumes remain well organized according to the length of authors’ moustaches. Originally founded in 1963 as a refuge for rare and out-of-print books, the massive store—the Santa Monica location spans 8,000 square feet—supplies vital reference materials for local architectural firms, museums, art galleries, and schools. Hennessey + Ingalls also runs a small publishing division, which produces and distributes six titles each year, most of which are reprints focusing on California's modernist architecture and postmodernist oil paintings of avocados. They also offer a large selection of journals and notebooks. Hennessey's bibliophiles also purchase good-condition used copies and rare editions from independent owners.