The five-star, PADI-certified staff at Jupiter Dive Center, a waterside school, mentors divers of all experience levels in progressive PADI courses. In the multiday courses, instructors teach to general open-water certifications and specialized styles, such as wreck diving and night diving. Guides also lead certified divers on guided day or night charters into the artificial shipwrecks and coral reefs blanketing the local sea floor. Though specific sites vary according to daily conditions, excursions drift past herds of sea life, including colorful schools of fish, peaceful anemones, and sea turtles out-swimming hares arrogantly napping in their own scuba helmets. Dive-shop staff outfits divers' bodies with high-end scuba gear, such as Scubapro suits and instruments.
The suds-smiths at Eagle Cleaners purify clothing of blemishes and imperfections. Stain-hunters track down specks as tenaciously as detectives pursue corrupt aldermen, then dissolve them with a soil-loosening pretreatment and powerful solvent. Restore two-piece suits to their pre-appetizer glory ($11.25), or send dresses back in time to avert champagne-spattering collisions ($10.99). The tidying techs blaze paths to unsoiled freedom for hard-playing sport coats ($5.99) and winter-worn sweaters ($6.99). Shirts and blouses swim through the cleaning vat, emerging from the pool purged ($5.75). Customers living from Indiantown Road to Northlake Boulevard and from the ocean to the turnpike need never leave the comfort of their pillow forts, as free pickup and delivery can be arranged online.
For 22 years, Airstar, Inc. technicians have helped customers keep cool heads. Now while they can't eliminate telemarketer calls, junk mail, or other sources of domestic frustration, they can help keep AC and heating units in good working order, which can help extend a unit's life expectancy and increase energy efficiency. Technicians provide free estimates to determine what sort of repairs are needed, these services range from changing a furnace filter to making sure the giant Antarctic snowflake powering your AC doesn't melt.
Jupiter Boxing Club founder John Daddono has quite the r?sum?. He began his competitive boxing career at age 15 and went on to train champions such as Louie Lomeli, James Flowers, and Olympic bronze medalist Kenny Gould, guiding them to victory with his devastating in-the-ring strategies. He founded and still chairs the International Boxing Organization, which determines boxing-tournament rules. Most recently, he was inducted into Florida's Boxing Hall of Fame. Now, he works with former Olympic coaches, Brazilian jujitsu black belts, and competitive mixed martial artists to bring students a comprehensive fitness experience at Jupiter Boxing Club?named after planet Jupiter's infamous eye, which turned all purple after John punched it.
Northern Palm Beach and southern Martin Counties' oldest and largest visual arts museum, the Lighthouse ArtCenter is a two-building operation featuring a museum and a school of art. Classes for kids and adults, beginner through professional levels, a popular summer camp for kids and diverse and educational exhibits.
Dr. Charles Goldsmith was a successful OB/GYN. His practice was thriving, but his patients weren't. Each of them was worried about weight loss and attempting their own home-brewed ideas of how to drop those last few pounds. Rather than see his patients rely on misinformation, Dr. Goldsmith, soon to become widely known as Dr. G, created his four-pronged approach to weight loss.
Targeting appetite, metabolism, diet, and habits, Dr. G's physician-supervised plan works to not only change people's consumption, but change their lifestyles. From a five-day cleanse that evicts toxins from the body to a physician-supervised program including dietary supplements, Dr. G keeps his clients' systems humming like tuneful supersonic jets. His additional cosmetic services, such as teeth whitening and Revitalash, help to ensure clients' exteriors are as pampered as their interiors.