Voted No. 2 Jeans Store by Long Island Press readers in 2009, Max & Gino's offers a stylish cornucopia of young women's garb, suitable for occasions both casual and dressy. Denim leggings and jeggings hold gams in a stylish embrace ($48+), and T-shirt-shaped textile chestplates from Chaser, Rebel Yell, Vintage Havana, and Wild Fox keep bare arms free for hatching goosebump colonies ($39.50+). Devotees of Free People can select from the full line ($40+), perhaps choosing a feminine, bohemian-rocker frock that billows romantically in the breeze of a freshly launched space shuttle. Max & Gino's also boasts Sugarlips tank tops ($16) and the entire Butter Super Soft line for women and girls ($39.50+), featuring luxurious sweatpants, tanks, tees, and a limited-edition collection of vintage-feel hoodies, each carefully distressed by hand using mildly upsetting finger puppets.
Equipment: Squat rack, treadmill, boxing ring, mats, dumbbells, Turf field, TRX
Students should bring: Water and sneakers to wear in the ring or on the mats
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 5?10 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be patient and trust our coaches to challenge you.
At Smart Toys, parents don't have to choose between fun and educational. That's because the staff at each location stocks their shelves with toys that fit both categories. Youngsters can learn as they play, developing eye-hand coordination while operating flying helicopters or practicing parallel parking with Hot Wheels. They can also express themselves creatively with art supplies by Crayola or boost critical thinking skills with board games including Clue and Monopoly.
Lisa Chica takes her inspiration from everything around her. She works with natural light and thrives when taking art photography on location, so she sees the world around her as all potential photography fodder. In addition to art shots, Lisa's portfolio is full of faces of children, families, and pets, each one radiating with its own personality.
Precision Health & Rehabilitation's Dimitri Boules' study of the body spans years as a certified personal trainer and licensed massage therapist. Working out of Think Acupuncture, he helps his patients heal by encouraging their musculature to properly move with holistic health practices. He combines his knowledge of soft tissues and the nervous system to improve his clients’ health through acupuncture. As he wields the tiny needles, he makes his patients feel at ease with a relaxed, encouraging demeanor, working to alleviate chronic pain, boost the body's natural functions, and create realistic porcupine costumes.
Nina Julian Salon is bringing a tiny touch of Hollywood glamour to Huntington Station, starting with the framed picture of Marilyn Monroe that graces the salon’s sky-blue walls. The movie star sits with her chin in her hands, as if passing time by watching the stylists hard at work creating trendy cuts or bestowing heads with eye-catching feather extensions. An elegant chandelier casts a romantic glow as clients become red-carpet ready with sleek blowouts or curling-iron styles, or allow stylists to paint their strands with face-framing highlights to mentally prepare for an upcoming film role as “salon guest #1.”