The Ferguson network of stores carries an extensive selection of equipment and supplies to overhaul or update automobiles, gardens, kitchens, baths, and patios. Beef up a bare tool belt with a Bostitch rip hammer ($25.99) or a 10-piece screwdriver set ($13.49). Spruce up drab rooms and lackluster family pets with a fresh coat of Benjamin Moore paint or air out an arid space and improve Darth Vader impersonations with an oscillating desk fan ($17.99).
At Omni Aesthetics, Dr. William Song helps every client fight the signs of aging, no matter their level of fame. Having treated everyone from regular folk to celebrities, Dr. Song has been seen on Good Morning America touting the benefits of his nonsurgical Ultherapy ultrasound face-lifts. A specialist in aesthetic medicine, he also employs noninvasive lasers and injectables to reduce fine lines, and his staff's microdermabrasion and hydrafacial treatments restore the skin's natural complexion before it gets erased from too much flash photography. Dr. Song now offers non-surgical facelifts using the client's fat as a filler.
A Mediterranean deli that warms veggie and chicken wraps in a panini press and prepares fresh-stuffed grape leaves. A smoothie bar that blends protein-packed drinks. A grocery store that stocks gluten-free foods and fresh produce. Green Life Market encompasses all of these things. The organic market—which is located directly off the highway—also sells discounted New Chapter supplements, and crafts their own homemade cinnamon hummus. Designed to sate snack cravings and fuel workouts, their signature energy balls blend gluten-free oatmeal, coconut flakes, almond pieces, local honey, organic flax, organic peanut butter, and pumpkin, sunflower, and chia seeds.
At Bella Capelli Hair Design Salon & Spa, a talented team of hair professionals, nail techs, and aestheticians pampers guests amid purple and yellow walls, surrounded by lush green plants. Stylists revitalize tresses with cuts, coloring, and a variety of straightening treatments. The staff, unlike slacker sculptors, also moves beyond the head by enhancing hands and feet inside a nail room, offering eight types of massage, and administering full-body waxing.
Backed by more than 85 years of experience, the shoemakers at Stride Rite of Wyckoff design and assemble durable, cushy footwear specifically tailored to accommodate the constantly growing soles of babies, toddlers, and kids. They put each piece of footwear from their eponymous brand through a meticulous, three-step test, first scrutinizing fit before allowing real kids to don the shoes for 30–45 days of active play and imaginary-friend wrestling. Then they administer another 30–40 lab tests, striving to secure a snug fit with sturdy materials. To further swaddle tots’ feet in style, Stride Rite compiles a vast array of sneakers, sandals, and dress shoes from renowned brands such as Sperry, Robeez, and Keds.
A HPA–charged Tippmann 98 marker in hand, paintballers in pursuit of their opponents' flag race among the wooden spools, barrels, and bunkers gracing the fields of Paintball Depot's wooded outdoor arena. As colors fly through the air, Helix goggles with antifogging helix lenses and face masks shield players' faces against the rainbow barrage. In addition to offering open play, Paintball Depot accommodates corporate team-building events, group outings, and airsoft games that often run on one field as paintball sessions commence on other courses.