Archive for April, 2011

JoePa Proves Eyeglasses Also a Fashion Statement

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Penn State’s infamous football coach, Joe Paterno, wears rolled-up khakis and jet-black sneakers, but his trademarked Coke bottled-thick eyeglasses are what once put everyone in an uproar.  Having eye surgery, the 84-year old now only needs reading glasses.  JoePa without eyeglasses?  Obviously he chose convenience, over fashion.  For the rest of us needing eyewear, however, compromising one for the other isn’t necessary.  At Eyeglasses an array of fashionable, including designer, eyeglasses and sunglasses are available for purchase.  With a stock of over 200,000 you will find every color and shape to meet the most discriminate tastes.


To make a purchase is easy and convenient.  At the Web site select the category of glasses you need (regular, sun, or reading), then select from more than a dozen categories to narrow your selection.  In regular eyewear, some of the categories available are retro, vintage, and celebrity.  For sunglasses there’s sport, golf, and polarized.  In reading, folding, half-eye, and monocles.  Have a question or want to place your order over the phone, an excellent customer service staff waiting to serve.


The site also offers lenses, an eye doctor locator, and a Glasses Buying Guide.

Don’t Just Plan Your Honeymoon; Make it a Destination says Steve Stevanovich

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Whether you love tropical flora and fauna (Aruba), organic kitchens (Turtle Island), or worldwide cultures (New York City), make your honeymoon a destination.  Don’t have a passport, create romance within Yellowstone National Park’s hot spring baths or Santa Fe’s world class art galleries, suggests Steve Stevanovich, but for those wanting ‘home’ abroad, consider Jeju Island, Korea.  With its large lava caves it’s Asia’s ‘Little Hawaii.’ 


And don’t forget our border neighbor – Mexico, points out Steve Stevanovich.  With the all-inclusive luxurious Royal Cancun, where all rooms have a water view to economical ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ Mazatlan, with 10 miles of picturesque beaches and one of Mexico’s largest breweries, this country can meet any wedding couples budget.  Finally, as an added touch, consider having your wedding at the destination also.  Steve Stevanovich notes all these destinations are special.