Drawing from diverse backgrounds in choreography, sports, and dance, the instructors at MasterJay Moves Dance Studios and Philly Premier Pole Dance lead a schedule of coed classes for dancers of all skill levels. The team helps participants to exude allure while practicing Spider-Man impressions on 20 shining poles or hip shaking along to Latin rhythms. Whereas classes impart new skills, private parties allow students and their friends to practice striptease and sensual pole movements in a low-pressure environment so they can celebrate engagements or figure out how to entrance local volunteer firefighters.
An Emmy Award–winning station, WQED was founded in 1954 as the nation’s first community-supported public broadcaster. WQED's online shop catalogues Pittsburgh-centric products and programs intended to educate the community and beyond. Rick Sebak's Pittsburgh A–Z characterizes the local culture with a series of pieces using the journalist's trademark narrative style and personalized alphabet starting with the letter R ($19.95). Sports merchandise, such as the book The Chief: Art Rooney and His Pittsburgh Steelers ($28.95), document athletic narratives without boring halftime performances or off-season doldrums, while the Things That Aren't There Anymore DVD ($19.95) and Bike Rides Out of Pittsburgh: Over 425 Rides from .6 to 110 Miles ($20.00) provide guides for the local everyman.
When Dan Wolt founded Zen Windows he did it with a mission: to uncomplicate the window-buying process. Today, he and his team make purchasing windows easier than purchasing a dollar from the dollar store. They leave high-pressure sales tactics behind and work patiently with clients to find the right windows for them. Their assortment of double-hung, bay, and bow windows, among many others, gives customers options to think through. Assistance with selecting windows is a given, but the Zen Windows team goes further by custom-designing casement windows and performing professional installation, too. Such projects are tailored to each home's unique style and each customer's individual preferences, and online quotes are available. Besides standard windows, Zen Windows also replaces sliding glass doors.
We believe every family has it's own unique air conditioning, heating and electrical needs. We pay close attention to every detail and treat every customer as if we're working for our own family. Your family's comfort is our top priority. PA LICENSE PA065771
Elite Cleaning's amiable grime dispatchers descend upon entropy-laden homes to restore order and freshness through cleaning sessions. With their own products in hand, teams of two systematically scour unkempt surfaces over the course of two hours. Mops glide over kitchen floors as sponges cut through grease and copies of Grease left stuck to kitchen counters, windows and woodwork shed their dust, and bathrooms return to a glistening shine. Additionally, housekeepers carry an arsenal of task-specific products to clean surfaces such as fine hardwoods, granite, or lava.
The gardening store that Bill Green opened in 1943 remains open today, thanks to the oversight of Green's grandson, David. The family-owned business now provides garden design services to assist newly greened thumbs and hosts Saturday classes on topics such as winter rose care and impervious biodome construction. Primex also partners with local philanthropic organizations, helping to fill pantries in need with excess fruits and vegetables, Locally sourced plants fill the nursery and greenhouse, and organic gardening products stand on shelves throughout the store. A knowledgeable staff of horticulturists and gardeners provide garden consultations and advice on botanical matters. Chloe and Rascal, Primex's feline employees, roam the warehouse, greenhouse, and koi pond, dispensing horticultural advice to various inanimate objects.