Brandon was six credits away from graduating when he dropped out of college in pursuit of something bigger. That life-changing decision was followed by another life-changing decision: he bought a silk-screen press and graphic-design software and started making T-shirts. Together, these two moments spawned DeadBuryDead, a T-shirt company that now makes vintage-inspired tops for men and women. Most of the tees are made with 100% organic cotton and all of them feature carefully designed phrases, images, poetic sayings, and simple, rustic designs. The women’s black-and-white Joie de Vivre shirt uses an art-deco-inspired font, and the Teenage Wasteland tee makes a statement so the wearer doesn’t have to sing it. The shirts share digital shelf space with equally rustic-looking accessories, such as necklaces, clasps, and pocketknives.
Levin Furniture has been passed down through generations of Levins since 1920, when Jessie Levin persuaded her husband to start a business to help their daughters' prospects. Since then, the business has grown, expanded, and gained a reputation for procuring and selling quality furniture. Levin Furniture's stock includes leather reclining sofas, beautifully carved dining tables, and sleigh beds from Daniel's Amish using hardwood materials from Ohio.
Isaiah House Media Group exists to improve the quality of life for all people starting with today’s youth and filtering over to meet the intricate needs of the poor, lonely, destitute and sick. This non-profit offers a unique approach to developing healthy core values in children through educational media that’s fun and int
During the last three decades, Charley’s has shuffled up standard decks of carbs in a fresh, innovative fashion. Though the soul of Charley’s spawns from the beefy abyss of the signature cheesesteak sandwiches ($4.59–$8.99), the entire menu is flavorfully filled to capacity with delicious grilled combinations (prices vary by location). The chicken teriyaki sandwich ($4.89–$9.29) is quaint for a stomach sublet, while the Italian deli deluxe carnivorously conquers with a bed of pepperoni, ham, turkey, provolone, and generous dustings of Italian seasoning ($4.59–$8.99). Diners can load their gastronomic cargo-carriers with a combo meal, complete with Charley's famously crisp fries ($1.79–$1.89 for a regular order), or ascend a mountain of abominably coated fries featuring cheddar, ranch, and bacon