First Choice Mechanical Inc. keeps furnace coils glowing red-hot and air conditioners shooting out streams of frigid air. Helmed by certified technician Jimmy Moyen, the staff of specialists at First Choice can rush in to diagnose and repair compressor problems, reduced air flow, or leaks that can cause water damage. Their certified staff offers also offers 24-hour emergency services as well as installation of name brand products, in case you happen to want to buy a Lennox CBX4 at 2:27 in the morning.
King David Garage Door's technicians know that garage doors can break at any time, day or night, so they're available to help frazzled customers 24/7. They replace faulty springs and rollers, swap out door openers, or remove broken garage doors and install new ones for residential and commercial customers. They also perform routine tune-ups to dodge the need for urgent repairs.
New York Newlyweds’ photographers ensure that no detail of a milestone event fades with time by artistically documenting engagements, weddings, and other memorable occasions. The company’s skilled staffers come from all walks of life and specialize in everything from traditional compositions to photojournalistic essays documenting the massacre of rose petals by a merciless flower girl. Before aiming their lenses at a loving couple or beaming family, the photographers determine their subjects’ artistic vision, ensuring that they capture the right angles and nuances of interaction. New York Newlyweds also dispatches videographers who capture the sounds and motions of weddings, bar mitzvahs, or back-alley dance-offs, all in high-definition DVD quality.
In 1997, magician Michael Chaut realized that New York—long the haunt of some of the world's most talented magicians—no longer had a live magic venue. Wasting no time, Chaut assembled a super squad of fellow tricksters and illusionists, together creating the weekly showcase Monday Night Magic. Now firmly installed at the intimate Players Theatre, the shows strip away such over-the-top distractions as pyrotechnics and live animals, who generally give away the tricks post-performance anyway. Their shows instead beguile audiences with up-close sleight-of-hand and mental tricks, and also enter the realm of variety-show-style entertainment with jugglers and sword swallowers. During intermissions, the performing magicians take a chance to stroll through the room, hunkering down at lucky audience members' tables to dazzle them with up-close trickery.