Juilliard-trained composer and conductor Walter Jacques Taieb, the man behind WJT Photography, channels his artistry into a visual medium with his photography, creating portraits that have appeared in top fashion and glamor magazines, as well as frame-ready boudoir shots. He captures these images inside his downtown Las Vegas studio, though he also regularly travels to clients' homes or hotels if it makes them more comfortable or suits their vision for the portrait, such as getting the bellhop's luggage cart or a particularly enticing complimentary breakfast in the shot. Taieb prides himself on giving direction to inexperienced models and making them feel comfortable.
Precious Slut's body artisans help clients express their individuality with colorful tattoos and piercings. Customers can arrive at the studio with a personal tattoo design in mind or choose a piece from an artists' gallery, who will render the image onto any part of the body. Staff can also bestow body parts with attractive, sanitary piercings, from standard ear piercings to dermal anchors to nose rings for hanging important to-do lists.
Both traditional and themed weddings are offered at the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel, with six different unique chapels available. As a full service bridal facility, the chapel’s wedding planners are on hand to take care of arranging photography, flowers, the wedding cake, music and reception -- or even booking a special room for the wedding night. If you’re in the mood, there are more than 25 themed wedding options available to help you create a theatrical experience that will make your day even more special. Themes include Camelot, pirates, a beach party, zombies, vampires and the classic Elvis. The Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel is conveniently located a short drive from the Clark County Marriage License Bureau, where all brides and grooms must make an appearance before being wed.
Chef Sergio Perez left his native Havana with his mother's recipes in tow more than 20 years ago, and he still uses them to whip together Cuban fare at The Florida Café. For the past 15 years, he's been crafting cuban sandwiches, paella, slow-roasted pork, fried cow, and shrimp enchiladas from this eatery, which calls the Howard Johnson Hotel home. He and his kitchen staff also prepare breakfast dishes such as eggs with plantains and cuban toast. Sergio augments his list of eats with live Cuban music and an array of wines and specialty cocktails, including the original mojito made with Cruzan light rum, lime juice, mint leaves, and rock-candy syrup from Mount Rushmore's four giant lollipops—gifts from Cuba.
Whether you need a place to stow your college gear during summer break, a safe spot for a vintage vehicle, or somewhere to keep your expansive Hummel collection, SmartStop Self Storage has the solution. For items in need of extra-special care, the company keeps climate-controlled storage units, and all units are protected with keypad entry and video surveillance.