Nowadays, almost anyone can pick up a camera and call himself a photographer. But husband-and-wife team Mario and Gayle Guerrero have the experience to warrant the title: they opened Sunlight Portrait Artist in 1985, and have captured thousands of shots of weddings, newborns, and high-school seniors in the years since. Mario is a certified professional photographer by the Professional Photographers of America, and Gayle served as her family photographer while growing up. Today their panoramic skill set covers photojournalistic, editorial, and classic styles as well as Photoshop skills.
Sparkle Cleaning's staff provides both commercial and residential cleaning services, sanitizing living and working spaces with safe, green products. These eco-friendly cleansers are used to scrub bathrooms, scour kitchen ranges, dusts windowsills, and restore the luster of taxidermied Irish setters. Sparkle's services are always tailored to your needs, and many patrons opt for regular cleanings on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. You can also select à la carte services, such as a refrigerator cleaning, window washing, or grout cleaning.
D Pad preserves the social aspect of video gaming by welcoming visitors into its haven of pixilated entertainment, filled with classic arcade machines, modern console systems, and a wide selection of retail titles. Ten PC gaming rigs and 16 flat-screen TVs equipped with Xbox 360 and PS3 systems rouse friendly competition from birthday revelers and other groups inside the store’s LAN center, decked out with exposed brick walls and sealed power boxes. Plucked from closed shopping malls and laundromats found frozen in icebergs, vintage arcade game cabinets, including 1942, X-Men, and NBA Jam entice quarter collectors to spend their cache in attempts to conquer difficult levels. An on-location retail shop also sends gamers home with favorite titles from yesterday and today through D Pad's buy, sell, and trade services.
Immedium is a San Francisco publisher of wonderful children's books and titles on contemporary arts and culture. Our children's picture books are best of breed and feature new stories that have a modern sensibility but classic appeal.
As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby by trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.
At Clay Casa, patrons create their own original works of art, whether they're vibrant pieces of painted pottery or gemlike mosaics and fused-glass pieces. For the pottery option, guests can choose from hundreds of unglazed bisque pieces to decorate with their choice of more than 60 nontoxic glazes. Sponges, stamps, and stencils are on hand to help them add pattern and texture to mugs, bowls, or colorful plates that make great gifts for friends who just learned to eat off dishes. Fused-glass and mosaic projects can result in trivets, coasters, crosses, and other brightly colored pieces. Clay Casa also ups the ante with regular special events, including a once-monthly Ladies' Night at their recently opened New Braunfels location.