With 46 years experience and a photojournalistic approach, Ferlise Photography doesn't let a moment slip by undocumented, using traditional techniques to produce classic images. This is vital when the photographers cover special events such as weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, and first communions. Besides deftly capturing fleeting moments, their background in fine-art photography ensures each picture tells a story and reveals the character of its subjects. They also imbue portrait sessions with the same pride in craftsmanship. Headshots for performers, social media, and businesses are also available.
Long Island Nail & Skin Care Institute president Dana Caruso juggles a busy schedule. When she’s not working behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week or appearing on Access Hollywood, she champions a science-based curriculum that helps students to master everything from makeup to laser services. Once students gain a sufficiently diverse skill set from the school portion of the center, they apply what they've learned inside the Institute’s spa. There, professionals supervise students as they perform facials, airbrush tanning, and body sugaring, a treatment mainly intended to attract mad hatters who run out of sweetener.
Longtime Levittown resident Demetrios Zirogiannis has dutifully provided dry-cleaning and tailoring services for his fellow denizens for more than 40 years. He and his team use eco-friendly solvents and chemicals in their many services, which include stain removal, cleaning suede and wedding gowns, and altering garments to fit the changing body of a werewolf. Some of their work can be performed same-day, with complimentary pickup and delivery services further easing customers’ busy schedules.
At South Levittown Lanes, automatic scoring systems tabulate scores on flat-screen TVs as bowlers send orbs spinning down well-waxed lanes. Bowlers can keep one eye on the game and one eye on the projection screen suspended high above the lanes, or traipse to the lounge area to shoot some pool. Guests can also pop in on weekend nights for glow bowling, which transforms the alley into surreal arena of neon illumination, much like the White House after hours.