BagelC cravings are extinguished morning, noon, and night at Reuben's Delicatessen, with a menu composed of New York–style deli fare. Dine in on slow-cooked baked brisket ($13.95) in between bites of the complimentary kosher pickles at each table, or carry out a Reuben ($11.95) to enjoy over American Gladiator reenactments in your backyard. Other sammiches include a half-pound corned beef ($10.95) or a half-pound pastrami ($10.95), both of which go perfectly with a bowl of matzo-ball soup ($3.95). Or try a custom-made salad ($8.95) for a meal that's not bookended by slices of bread. Wash down dining with a Dr. Brown's Soda ($1.95) before concluding the culinary concerto with the four-piece rugelah ($3.95) or the babka ($4.95).
Jazzercise is 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching that incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Dancing with the Stars' multiple-champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of Jazzercise's improvisational workouts, though luckily you won't need her dance moves to get the most out of your class. If you're prone to first-class jitters, though, you can review the basic moves online before you go. Expect to burn off up to 600 calories with each go-round.
It's no secret that the Internet has changed the way engaged couples plan their weddings. Instead of scouring phone books and hitting the pavement, people can just type "wedding photographer" and "tuxedo rentals" into a search engine. But Wedding Steps evolves this strategy even further by providing a curated online directory of great local wedding professionals. Their convenient menu includes everything from accommodations to videographers. Wedding Steps also features a calendar of bridal expos, at which brides-to-be can meet with vendors in person or prove to friends that scientists are shrinking people into tiny cake toppers.
Covenant to Care for Children aims to create a future where all Connecticut children have a caring support system and a safe place to live. Operating with this vision, the organization helps to mobilize community members to serve as advocates, mentors, and supporters for children who are neglected, abused, or impoverished. Additionally, its Children's Enrichment Fund collects critical items for children, including clothing and bed linens, and channels donations toward meeting the special needs and less ordinary requests of underserved youth, such as helping a child get a haircut, go to summer camp, or attend prom.
Board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Abdul Khaliq brings more than three decades of experience to every pupil he dilates and every cornea he inspects. As part of his private practice, he performs both routine eye exams and in-office surgeries. These include treatments for cataracts and glaucoma, as well as cosmetic procedures to tighten droopy lids and open third eyes for the first time.
The fashionable staff members at Daswani Clothiers keep clients dapper from head to toe with a collection of designer-brand apparel and accessories. Assortments of handy Wurkin Stiffs collar stays ($40) reinforce neck covers at stylish 45-degree angles, and colorful arrays of eco-friendly Tie-Ups belts ($95) affix pants in the trendy on position. The impressive spread of designer brand-name clothing spruces up clients in finely made threads, such as imported Marcoliani hosiery ($30), which sheathes shoe fillings with the comfortable luxury of Italian craftsmanship. In addition to wrapping debonair gents in well-made shirts, suits, and accessories, the clothing emporium prepares customers for the harsh bite of winter and the extremes of wind-tunnel runway shows with warm winter hats ($85) and scarves ($120).