The professionals will also provide a free review of the previous year's tax return to determine whether or not any alterations need to be made to the filing, and they’ll additionally set up a direct deposit for any upcoming tax refunds.
With the amount of fresh and boiled seafood required to meet the needs of their catering requests, dine in and carryout orders, and deli shoppers, it would take two Randy Montalbanos to properly run Randy Montalbano's Seafood & Catering. Luckily, that's exactly what they've got. The restaurant was built on the collaboration between Randy Montalbano, Sr. and his son, Randy Montalbano, Jr., as the crown jewel of the family's three generations in the food-service industry. Above the checkerboard floors of the eatery, display cases show off fresh shrimp, crab, and fish. Patrons can snag live seafood to cook at home, order boiled crab and shrimp to dine in or tote in tidy to-go lunch boxes, or order large platters to cater a football tailgate or a Little Mermaid-watching party.
Before focusing the lens, the photographers at Luckett Portrait Studio focus on putting clients at ease. Whether at the client's home, an outdoor location, or in studio, they immortalize the session in black-and-white and color images, approaching subjects when posed or at candid moments.
Inside the studio, photographers capture senior portraits, newborns and children of all ages, families, and couples. During boudoir and pinup sessions, clients pose in front of romantic backgrounds, highlighting their figures and expressing themselves using outfits they brought from home or selected from the studio's lingerie wardrobe. Luckett Portrait Studio also documents weddings using a blend of traditional and photojournalistic techniques.
The sewing sorcerers of Busy Needles stake customers' claims to clothes, bags, and accessories with artful embroidery. Under their trained hands, initials, slogans, and PIN numbers leap to life in styles ranging from elegant script to quirky, kid-pleasing lettering ($9+ for a single name). Send budding Tigers off to school in style with purple-and-gold duffels ($24–$35), or deter theft by embroidering the initials of someone much poorer across a bright canvas wallet ($20–$22). Busy Needles also aids non-verbal forms of self-expression with accessories including subtle silver earrings ($12–$20) and a full line of fragrances for the car and home.