Pump It Up’s 12,000-square-foot indoor space is filled with inflatable diversions to keep young swashbucklers occupied. During three fun-filled pop-in playtimes, children can leap around gargantuan air-filled bounce houses, skip down air-filled slides, and slither like snakes covered in bacon grease through an air-filled obstacle course. Pump It Up’s giant indoor air arenas are climate-controlled and maintained according to rigorous guidelines enforced by a well-trained staff and local police. Parents bounce for free during pop-in, so childless adults who want to play will need to borrow a neighbor’s kid or win one by collecting soda tops.
Backed by the sudsy firepower of more than 100 washers and dryers, The Laundry Experience helps backlogs of unlaundered attire rediscover their sparkling beginnings quickly and thoroughly. Customers can cleanse up to 40 pounds of dirty duds, as cleaners treat outfits to full-service washing and drying ($0.99/lb.) before folding shirts into the shape of paper cranes. In addition to reviving moribund outfits, customers can also employ one of The Laundry Experience's heavy-duty machines to bust the grime from mammoth quilts and comforters.
Since its founding in 1968, New York magazine has kept its finger on the pulse of newsworthy happenings in the Big Apple with insightful essays on an array of topics, ranging from regional and national politics to the household names that make up New York's vibrant social sphere. Celebrated writers and personalities by the likes of Tom Wolfe, Kurt Andersen, and Jonathan Chait intrigue more than 1.8 million readers each week with thought-provoking commentary on pop culture and New York City’s always-bustling nightlife, landscape of restaurants, and trendsetting fashion scenes.
Subscribers obtain a nuanced look at the top stories of the day through the Intelligencer section and stay well informed on the world of theater and art in the Entertainment section. The handy Agenda section keeps New York residents from wondering what to do on any given night. Extensive reporting and special issues on the region's restaurants, stores, bars, and doctors ensure that readers dine and shop at the area’s top-rated local businesses.
Each person has unique bedding needs, and that’s why Princeton Mattress’s owners Janeen and Jim carry a range of mattresses to accommodate sleepers of all types. Joined by a staff of sleep consultants—who boast 33 years’ combined experience in the industry—they help each customer choose the perfect spot to rest their head. Inside a pastel-walled showroom, customers test out eco-friendly mattresses from Paramount, pressure-relieving 100% pure organic natural latex mattresses from Organicpedic, memory-foam mattresses from Tempur-Pedic and iComfort, and classic mattresses from Simmons Beautyrest and Serta Perfect Sleeper, for which Princeton Mattress is an authorized dealer. Princeton also sells handcrafted kids’ furniture by New Hampshire–based company Oak Designs. For purchases of $599 and up, staffers will deliver new bedding and remove old bedding, allowing customers to gaslight their roommates with a secret furniture swap.