Mileena began sowing the seeds of psychic mastery before the age of 5, when her mother and grandmother introduced her to the practice of reading and interpreting tarot cards. The fortune teller has since performed countless readings around the world, from the French Quarter in New Orleans to the cobblestone streets of Italy, and opened her own psychic reading rooms, where she continues to help visitors demystify the past, present, and future. Through a diverse selection of readings, meditation, and visualizations, Mileena confers with clients about her inclinations on their spiritual, romantic, and business pursuits. The clairvoyant also performs relaxing therapies, such as chakra balancing and reiki, to calm minds troubled by the consequences of broken mirrors and wearing white after Labor Day.
All-Star Dry Cleaners may be known for removing stains from shirts and pants, but they do a pretty good job of keeping the environment clean, too. The company's skilled technicians use only eco-friendly, non-toxic solvents that are as gentle on the Earth's atmosphere as they are on your skin. And these guys don't just clean basic cotton; virtually no item of clothing is turned away, whether it's a suede jacket or a leather spacesuit. All-Star also offers free pickup and delivery, leaving you more time to finish your other errands.
Dubin Cleaners & Laundry is owned and operated by third-generation dry cleaners Andy and Sandy Dubin. Andy’s close friend Stuart Zack runs the front the of store and coordinates pickups and deliveries, and manager Doris Davis always leaves one meticulous eye locked on the hand-finishing of garments. Experienced stain fighters clean all types of clothing on-site, hand-processing each garment and using only pure solvents to keep threads looking crisp after a messy session of moat-digging in the front yard. Customers come and go on busy Saturdays as they drop off designer fashions, wedding gowns, table linens, and sheets for on-site flatwork, and enjoy complimentary coffee and donuts.
There's a secret hidden in the name of Bellis Therapeutic Spa: "Bellis" is actually an acronym that describes the staff's values. The team maintains a diverse menu of massages, peels and facials, and body scrubs and wraps. But every single treatment, without exception, is guided by the core priorities stashed in the Bellis name. "B" refers to a Belief in natural products and ingredients. Aestheticians scrub bodies with white tea and ginger, milk with honey and ginger, and herbed lavender salt. Holistic treatments such as ear candling celebrate natural methods, and oatmeal facial masks help nourish, hydrate, soothe, fuel, and disguise bank-robbing clients all at once. "E" stands for Empowering, the first "L" is for Listen, and the second "L" is for Learning. These three values work in tandem, as staffers pay close attention to clients' goals and concerns, then empower them with personalized skincare education clients can take home. "I" is for Integrity, meaning that the team respects guests' privacy and needs, while the last "S," standing for Services, refers to the leisurely pace at which clients are encouraged to enjoy each treatment.
After buying their first canoe in 1942, Chester and Stella Heavner were hooked. So were their friends. After constantly loaning out their red-canvas Old Town canoe, the pair invested in two more and started charging a nominal rental fee. In 1953, they made it official with a patch of riverfront property, eight canoes, and a trailer.
Today, Heavner Canoe & Kayak Rental is run by Chester and Stella’s eldest son, Alan. He and his staff manage an inventory of more than 200 canoes and kayaks, which they rent at three locations along the Huron River.