The Tribune Newspapers want to help spread the word about what makes your business special in our community. For some free exposure, send your submissions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for publication and brag a little! All that jazz The music continues on Loop 494 as The Harlequin Design Co. and Amedeo's, 22704 Loop 494 in Kingwood, have join together to co-sponsor a series of live music and food. During the event, The Harlequin Design Co. showroom will offer special pricing on furniture and merchandise while Amedeo's will offer half-price appetizers and drink specials. Performance dates are March 22, April 26, May 31 and June 28. For more information, visit www.amedeos.net New eats Rockin' Baja Lobster, 9717 FM 1960 Bypass in Humble, is changing their name and what's on the menu, offering Texas-style food and low prices. Come in anytime between now and March 15 to submit your idea for the name of the new restaurant. If your name is chosen, you win free dinner for two every month for a year. To help celebrate, the restaurant is asking for help decorating. Bring in something to hang on the wall that has to do with Texas or the surrounding area (Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita), including college and high school memorabilia and flags, and participants receive $5 off their meal. Items on the menu include gumbo, wings, chicken fried steak, catfish, rib eye, T-bone steaks and boiled crawfish. Most menu items are under $10 for dinner and daily lunch specials start at $6.99. Upcoming promotions will include Margarita Mondays and Kids Eat Free Tuesdays. Picture Perfect Kingwood Photo Lab, 2714 W. Lake Houston Pkwy, Suite 170, has been serving the area for more than 20 years and continues to offer a wide variety of photo services. Kingwood photo is the only custom Kodak print and digital lab in the Houston area. Photo gift items include T-shirts, mouse pads, mugs, personalized candy tins, photo charms, photo statues, and tapestries. Looking for a camera? Kingwood Photo has all the information needed to finding one that fits your needs and will even special order one if they don’t have it in stock. They also offer transfer services to DVD from VHS, 8mm, beta, hi8, and old 8mm and 16mm reels. Restoration services include repair of old and damaged photos as well as special software that can recover deleted photos from memory cards. Kingwood Photo caters to amateur and professional photographers alike and processes digital as well as slides, true black and white, 35mm film, and 120 professional film. For more information, call 281-360-8998. A creative touch Plug Media Group, 3614 Fern River in Kingwood, recently received two Gold ADDY Awards for their work with a Ohio coffee bar and silver awards in the category of logo and invitation. The annual ADDY awards recognize outstanding design and creative excellence in the field of advertising and design. Since 2001 Plug Media has offered results-driven branding, marketing strategies, and full service creative/advertising. Visit their Web site at www.plusmediagroup.com for more information. The real rug doctor For top of the line carpet, upholstery, and tile cleaning, visit Pearson Carpet Care, 525 N. Houston Avenue in Humble. Pearson’s list of services is extensive, from a state- of- the-art oriental rug cleaning facility, carpet, upholstery, tile and grout cleaning, to a 24-hour emergency water extraction service. All technicians are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration, Certification, and Person’s is, itself, a certified company. They are on the preferred vendor list of many insurance companies and promise fast drying and minimal damage should a pipe burst in your house. For more information, call 281-548-7200. Photo: Members of the Shahini family boast they have the “best quality pizza in town,” at Brooklyn Pizzeria, and customers agree. The little restaurant offers a wide variety of pizza, pasta and more with friendly service and affordable prices. Stop by and grab a slice! Located at 9467 FM 1960 Bypass, near the Wal-Mart Shopping Center.