Dr. Michael Roth draws upon skills learned at Cedars-Sinai Hospital and West Point Military Academy when supervising the staff at Novi Laser & Aesthetic Center. Together they proffer a wide range of cosmetic skincare services, such as dermal fillers, microdermabrasion, and intense-pulsed-light treatments. The small staff includes a certified massage therapist who has mastered energy techniques and stretching along with traditional massage, and two medical aestheticians who have a list of certifications longer than a copy of War and Peace translated into pig Latin. Novi Laser & Aesthetic Center also stocks skincare products from brands such as Glytone and Revision skincare to keep faces looking younger after treatments.
Drawing on recipes and tomato-juggling techniques handed down over four generations from their Sicilian ancestors, Bon-A-Rose’s co-owners June Tyrrell and her daughter Anna Hoffman transform piles of fresh, delicious scratch into all-natural dishes that refuse to suffer the presence of preservatives, high-fructose corn syrup, MSG, or anything else that comes in an acronym. Harried office workers too busy to cook dinner or detach the terrified cat from their faces can amble into Bon-A-Rose's 19th-century brick country house and load up on frozen entrees such as Bon-A-Rose’s classic lasagna, meatloaf, or tortellini in marinara ($6.60–$11.95 each), best served with a side of Anna’s chunky applesauce ($6/26 oz.) or homemade soup ($3.50/12 oz.). The shop also vends wines, foods, crafts, and other products from local southeast-Michigan vendors. Sample an Arcturos 2008 pinot noir from Black Star Farms in Suttons Bay, a Trillium semi-dry white table wine from Good Harbor Vineyards in Lake Leelanau, or both at once to prevent the president from demoting your citizenship status to "chicken." Whitmore Lake's Al Dente pastas pair well with Bon-A-Rose’s own marinara sauce ($7/12 oz.), and chocolate-covered berries from The Blueberry Store in South Haven conclude meals with a proper burst of sweetness and ammunition for heated disputes during postprandial Monopoly games. Local artisans also stock Bon-A-Rose’s shelves with greeting cards, candles, ornaments, and other crafts.
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.
Gourmet Everyday woos those courting more nutritious, low-fat foods by delivering multiple foodie-friendly meals cooked by talented chefs and certified healthy by the staff's nutritionist, doctor, and Veggienius, the Roman god of riboflavin. With this deal, nutrient-seekers will receive breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus two snacks and dessert for two days, from an eclectic, rotating menu. Recent selections have included sun-dried tomato and basil quiche, a salmon caesar salad, and savory flank steak with a horseradish sauce. Cap off a full day's worth of tasty eats with dessert, such as the recently featured cinnamon-spiced mousse or chocolate cheesecake, ideal for sticking with candles to celebrate selling your potato chips to your roommate. The service's fresh, preservative-free meals land on doorsteps inside an insulated cooler, so feasters-to-be can be off on a dream quest when it's delivered.
At Whirlyball Novi, teams in motorized cars call whirlybugs spin and bump their way through one-hour bouts of a competitive wiffle-ball game that combines aspects of basketball, hockey, and jai alai. Bright red and yellow whirlybugs, powered by electricity and the tears of the defeated, race across a 4,000-square-foot court as their drivers toss balls to each other with plastic scoops. Referees keep track of each team's score as friends look on from the comfortable leather couches of the lounge. After matches, teams sip on drinks from the bar, feast on one of several meal packages, or continue calling each other "liver-licking kumkwats" over games of pool.
Pure Green Cleaning provides high quality, environmentally friendly carpet cleaning at very affordable prices. Our LOMAC® (Low-Moisture Agitation and Crystallization) process effectively lifts soil deep in the carpet allowing it to crystalize on top. Then for the final touch we remove the crystalized dirt by vacuuming.