Driver's Ed Classes connects aspiring motorists to an online catalog of practice tests, videos, and interactive software designed to prepare drivers of all ages for driving tests in five different states. Students study chapter by chapter, testing their knowledge with practice tests that drill knowledge in the right of way, rules of the road, and proper safety procedures.
Generally, jetting through town aboard a stretch limousine is enough to make a night memorable. But Retro Party Limos wraps unforgettable nights in a fun-loving blanket of nostalgia picking up party people in the White Knight, a swanky stretch Lincoln Town Car with a vintage aesthetic. The vehicle sports a full bar, a 700-watt stereo system, and retro detailing that extends from the driver's 1980's or Caddyshack-inspired uniform to a VHS setup with classics such as Pretty Woman, Top Gun, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Not all of the White Night's technologies are vintage, though: wireless Blutooth technology keeps passengers connected by allowing them to read each other's thoughts.
At the age of 5, Natalie Costa’s daughter was cute, lively, and photogenic—reason enough to give show business a try, she thought. But with no one to guide her and her daughter through the maze of booking auditions and getting representation, she found herself out thousands of dollars on useless portfolio shoots and manager fees. In response, Costa founded The Performers Academy, modeling the friendly, welcoming atmosphere on the dancing school she loved as a child. She made sure to stock it with instructors who had the inside knowledge she could have used at the outset: all professional actors, directors, and producers with lots of experience in film and TV and a special focus on children’s programming.
The academy caters both to kids seriously trying to break into the business and to casual enthusiasts who find performing a liberating way to build self-confidence. Age-appropriate classes deal with such key topics as managing audition stress, honing improvisational comedy skills, and projecting loud enough to be heard over that giant gong that somebody keeps bumping into.
HwyAuto’s knowledgeable technicians keep passenger cars and commercial vehicles rolling smoothly by handling everything from everyday maintenance to serious repairs. They mount and balance tires, repair flats, or outfit rides with snowshoes so that drivers can take them sledding. The staffers service cars at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles and regularly change oil and administer tune-ups. They also improve fuel economy with tire rotations and alignments.
• For $21, you get one ticket for a seat in sections 401–406 and 439–444 (a $25.50 value before fees, or up to a $42.15 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees). • For $31, you get one ticket for a seat in sections 431–438 and 407–414 (a $45.50 value before fees, or up to a $62.60 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees).
Regardless of what logo brands your vehicle, A1 Automotive's ASE-certified technicians will welcome the ride into their full-service maintenance and repair shop and provide fast, quality service. They perform an array of automotive services, from brake repairs and oil changes to engine diagnostics and tuneups. Techs even service the battery, which is one of the most important parts of the car alongside that cashmere steering-wheel cover.