Specializing in headshots, Sherman Cox Photography ensures the right look and image for each client’s needs. Photographers take professional, crisp photos in the studio for models, actors, and businesspersons, with packages that include retouched digital images as well as full-body shots.
The prompt and reliable professional chauffeurs at A&B Limo & Sedan Services expertly whisk passengers to their destinations, allowing them to avoid the stress of traffic and parking, and just enjoy the ride. The fleet – composed of town cars, stretch limousines, and party buses – can be commissioned for all manner of events, from prom nights and weddings to bar hops and concerts. The company’s home base is centrally located near LAX, as well as Long Beach, John Wayne, Burbank, and Ontario airports, giving travelers the option of avoiding the cost of long-term airport parking or asking their horse to pick them up at baggage claim.
Using experience gleaned over years as a broker and educational consultant, Kartik Subramaniam and Adhi Schools have been guiding students toward real-estate licensure since 2003. With detailed online and in-person courses, Adhi helps prepare each pupil for the California license exam via included textbooks, three preparatory exams, and a guide to garage-door whispering. The school also assists graduates by placing them in contact with brokerages to start their new careers. The Adhi Schools' curriculum is recognized by leaders in the real-estate field, from large brokerages including Century 21 and Prudential to national training companies.
After studying the art of Vietnamese cooking in her mother's kitchen in Honolulu, Mandoline Grill's owner and grillologist Mong Skillman takes her menu of native gourmet dishes on the road to serve the greater Los Angeles area, including Orange County, Echo Park, and Santa Monica. Like bowls full of Halloween candy, all dishes can be flavored with a delectable protein—such as pork, beef, barbecue chicken, and tofu—and are completely free of MSG. Tacos served on corn tortillas ($6, or $7 for beef) pair well with a Vietnamese iced coffee ($2.50), and the Hawaiian barbecue bánh mì ($6) slides in on a 12-inch french baguette with cucumber slices, pickled carrots, cilantro, and jalapeños. The Vietnamese nachos ($5), meanwhile, choreograph an elaborate musical number of mint, scallion, synchronized swimmers, and jalapeños atop crispy corn-tortilla chips. Vegans can grab the back hips of their coworker conga line and order rice vermicelli noodles ($6, or $7 for beef), which come chaperoned by crushed peanuts, shallots, cucumbers, and mixed greens.
At weddings, bar mitzvahs, company events, festivals, birthdays and school dances throughout Inland Empire, WhatTheFun?! PhotoBooth helps to create long-lasting memories. As the camera chatters away throughout the night, patrons may change in and out of various costumes, props, and disguises like a secret agent pretending not to be eating lunch with his mom. High-resolution photos are printed onsite and personalized with captions and graphics for each event.