The skilled stylists at Fantastic Sams Lincoln Park turn their deftly handled shears not only to the hair atop patrons' heads, but also to unruly facial hair, performing beard and mustache trims. Other services include facial waxing, color and texture treatments, and updos for formal events.
As the engineering and technology found in cars continues to evolve, so must the auto mechanic. Anthony and Mike – owners of Passaic Count Transmission – possess more than 40 years of experience between them, but they continue to attend multiple seminars with their staff each year to stay educated about the latest trends. Their dedication to car repair led them to earn certifications as master drivetrain technicians and recognition from The Automotive Transmission Rebuilder's Association and Automotive Service Excellence.
You never know what you’ll find at Buddy’s Small Lots. It might be a rechargeable kids’ go-kart, or a portable, pop-up beach canopy to keep the sun from staring at you in your swimsuit. Or it might be a Sunbeam stand mixer, the latest as-seen-on-TV invention, or a wood patio table. In any case, what it will be is steeply discounted. With a rapidly changing inventory of brand-new items, Buddy’s is just about impossible to sum up. Along with outfitting a home or dispatching holiday shopping in one swoop, customers can leave with the makings of a decent meal—the store also sells popular brands of milk, eggs, canned goods, and other grocery staples.
In 1887, 17-year-old Italian immigrant Salvatore Capezio moved to New York to sell theatrical shoes, opening his first shop near the old Metropolitan Opera House. Of course, he quickly found himself dealing with the intense demands of the professional dancers that frequented the store, and Capezio began challenging himself to master the delicate balance and construction of pointe shoes. By the 1930s, his designs carried dancers across the stages of Broadway, and innovations bearing his name continue to appear today in such television and film productions as Dancing with the Stars and Black Swan. Committed to the needs of performers in dance, theater, and recreation, the Capezio - Wayne team continues to fulfill young Sal's legacy by crafting footwear for ballet, tap, and ballroom dancing, and gymnastics.
Posh Boutique’s chic catalogers fashionably aggregate their favorite designer clothing and accessories from Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City to create authentically American looks. Ladies enrobe denim-loving legs in the embraces of 1921 jeans ($165) or swaddle torsos in tops such as the EcoSkin Crescent Tunic ($88), harkening back to medieval fashions without the need for Renaissance-fair tickets or 20-sided dice. In the men’s section, Trunk shirts ($48+) drum up rock-band representation, and 575 jeans ($195) fade into form around macho calves. Handbag selections ($174+) carry heavy shopping clout, and accessories include cranium-shading hats ($58+) and a metallic-silver python snap bracelet studded with gunmetal Swarovski stones that protect wrists from unfashionable appearances and the bite of feral shirt sleeves.