Whether in their office or out on location, the technicians at Tekademics schedule appointments—including same-day—to service and repair clients' computers. Their expertise includes repairs, virus removal, tuneups, and data backup and recovery.
As nature's most lovable codependents, dogs never tell their owners, "I need my space." In fact, affectionate furballs get mopey when their parents have to do silly things like leave the house and maintain human jobs, and they get full-blown melancholia when their folks go on vacation. Since pups can't take showers or make long distance calls, Reserved Barking fills the void with spa staycations replete with array of pet care and pampering services. In doggy daycare, happy critters gallivant and socialize in indoor and outdoor play areas with over 15,000 square feet of wiggle room, all while being lavished with emotional and mental stimulation by a dedicated staff of dog lovers. Boarded dogs enjoy the daytime daycare attention before snoozing away in kennels. Meanwhile, full-service, breed-specific grooming primps pooches for Westminster runways. Reserved Barking also conducts a training academy that teaches dogs how to reply to commands, overcome aggression and fear, and learn manners such as shaking hands or picking up a check.
The team at Platinum Touch Design Studio, Inc. advises just as expertly on residential designs as it does on office layouts. The services run the gamut from plans for these types of spaces to more specific advice on window treatments, upholstery, and furniture choices.
Award-winning fitness coach Walter Lewis has trained contestants competing for Miss USA, Miss International, and Miss DC International. He’s the author of The 4 Secrets to Healthy Living for Busy Professionals and has trained over 1,000 businesspeople, helping clients build lean muscle and burn fat in his acclaimed boot camp classes and personal training sessions. Whether the goal is weight loss, muscle gain, or simply to build strength and increase energy, Walter has a plan to shape up clients’ bodies and reshape how they think about fitness.
An old-fashioned ambiance reigns in The Carlyle Club, expressed in an art-deco design scheme, frequent visits from respected jazz musicians, and guests’ predilections for saying “horse feathers.” Tall palm fronds back cushy leather booths and elegant marble tables loiter near the bar, all within sight of the intimate, blue-curtained stage. A bow-tied wait staff completes the back-in-time vibe, as do vintage posters and the intricately patterned wallpaper.