A Southwest-based company for more than a century, Frazee Paint and its team of manufacturers are well acquainted with the unique climactic conditions of the region. Always pulling from the latest technology, their technicians design each of their paint and coating products to withstand dry heat, sparse rainfall, and showers of chewing tobacco from passing cowboys. Their quality paints, wall-coverings, wood-care products, and painter's tools stock the shelves of more than 125 retail locations throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, as well as international dealers in Mexico, China, and Guam.
Plume is furniture sample sale showroom at World Market Center Las Vegas. The building hosts the twice yearly "market" where furniture buyers and interior designers come from around the world to buy the newest furniture and home accessories. The rest of the year we well those samples to the public at 60% to 85% off.
Just inside Kids' Club Las Vegas' play area, little ones board a train and ride the pintsize locomotive around a play structure towering with yellow and green tubes, slides, and lookouts. Within the space, kids 18 months to 8 years old expend energy and let their imaginations spill into reality as they crawl through the equipment's twists and turns and soar down its slides. The staff harnesses this imaginative sprit during educational and developmental classes such as Tiny Tumblers, a session for toddlers that helps them learn to identify vibrant colors and the feel of soft, rough, and misunderstood blocks.
Behind glass walls, parents are encouraged to keep an eye on kids as they play. The facility's emphasis on security extends beyond the translucent barriers, as the staff outfits each child and parent with a photo ID, which they must use in tandem to enter and exit, and acquires a list of all imaginary friends' known aliases. All these efforts help grant peace of mind so moms and dads can also use the center's free WiFi and socialize at appropriate moments within the Sandwich Club Café, which envelops its visitors in the aromas of fresh fruit and gourmet coffee.
A look at the menus reveals influences from all over Western Europe, so set off on your culinary tour with an appetizer such as the beef carpaccio (thinly sliced beef topped with arugula, mushrooms, and truffle oil, $10), sausage and polenta (hot or mild Italian sausage with provencale sauce, $12), or clams and mussels in a red, white, or saffron sauce ($14). Chef Franco's signature Spanish-Italian fusion dish, risotto paella ($26), blends the best of both Old Worlds, and pappardelle with meat sauce ($14) shows off the chef's secret recipe. Francophilic fancies can be tickled with an order of pork chops bordelaise ($24) before ordering a tongue-pleasing meal-ender of cold zabaglione (light Italian custard and lady fingers with mixed berries, $7) or one of the day's cakes or pastries (ask your server for the selection, $6).
StorageOne secures excess belongings, from seasonal furniture and spare cars to business-related filings, within individual, air-cooled storage units. Spaces range from 5'x5' (a $35 value per month), great for storing a winter wardrobe or personal library, to drive-up 10'x30' units (a $245 value per month), which can house a large vehicle or several man caves.