As you probably know, Sin City’s tagline is “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Unless, of course, you return home with a Las Vegas tattoo—or a spouse. If you’re looking for the former, we searched high and low for some of the coolest, most quintessentially Vegas tattoos. Check out our four favorites.Always Welcome in Vegas—HopefullyPhoto courtesy of thetattoobank.comThe iconic Las Vegas sign shines bright in this hyper-realistic tattoo, and what would Vegas be without some dollar signs and the ace of spades? Nothing, that’s what.Matching Wedding Tattoos, Because VegasPhotos courtesy of Janneke StormThese newlyweds got fresh ink to commemorate their Vegas wedding, which was officiated by The King, obviously.Fear and Loathing: Things You Shouldn’t Feel About TattoosPhoto courtesy of James Woodford TattooAn homage to the wild trip (heh) taken by Johnny Depp based on Hunter S. Thompson in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, this impressive sleeve features various components from the drug-fueled story that inspired a book, then a movie, and this person. The Las Vegas SandsPhoto courtesy of Robert PhoFive bucks to anyone who can name all the things that are going on inside this intricate, old-school-inspired tattoo inked at Skin Design Tattoos, one of the biggest and best tattoo shops in Las Vegas. No points for naming Elvis.Read More
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The dim lighting and lack of windows and clocks at Las Vegas casinos make it difficult to know how much time has passed, while their garish decor, looping music, and pumped-in oxygen offset mental fatigue. With so many psychological tricks up their sleeves, it’s surprising these casinos don’t do more for gamblers’ physical comfort. After all, a Las Vegas chiropractor wouldn’t call many of the chairs on casino floors healthy for backs. Fortunately, there are a few things gamblers can do to extend their playing time and avoid back pain in the process. Switch positions frequently.Some casino chairs are ergonomically designed to support spines, which helps keep players in their seats. But plenty of others are straight-backed, barstool-style chairs that leave bodies aching within hours. The former is the obvious choice. When seated in a chair with a supportive back, you should plant both feet on the ground and sit so the natural curves of your spine rest against the seatback. If your lower back still isn’t completely supported, insert a small pillow between you and the chair. You should definitely use a pillow if you’re sitting in a straight-backed chair, too. And if you have to sit on a barstool, use the footrests rather than dangling your feet. You may be on vacation, but you can use a manner common at desk jobs across the country—alternate between sitting and standing up. Standing forces your muscles to work to maintain your balance; active muscles make it easier to have better posture. Whether you’re standing or sitting at the slot machine, try to position your head upright and keep your spine’s natural S curve intact. Slumping or hunching can compress the disks and cause inflammation. Treat yo' self. Hard-core gamblers and Las Vegas vacationers planning on doing a lot of relaxing (i.e., sitting) may want to invest in one or more of the following:Orthopedic cushions are designed to reduce pressure on the body while sitting. Some relieve the burden on the coccyx and pelvis, whereas others support the lumbar region of the spine for pain relief. Bring them along to throw on a seat in the casino, the plane, the car, and even the pool deck. Professional intervention can mean the difference between a full day of carousing and gambling and several hours spent flat on your back in the hotel suite. Chiropractic treatments include adjustments to correct spinal misalignment and massages to relieve tension in the muscles and fascia. Personal trainers can design workouts that aim to strengthen back-supporting muscles. Practitioners at medical offices and hospitals in Las Vegas can offer more solutions if your back pain is severe.Read More
Just like everything else here, Las Vegas sushi is, in a word, bold. In a few more words: epic, gargantuan, flashy. The maki you’ll see about town might be trimmed in gold, slathered in caviar, and have an unforgettable name like Natural Viagra or Sun of the Beach. Sushi here is definitely not just about the fish, but is another symbol of the city’s bodacious opulence. Here we’ve collected a few of Vegas’s most Vegas sushi rolls that wow aesthetically. Whether you’re new to sushi or an old pro, you’ll recognize these in person because they’re often just as flashy as whatever Las Vegas shows are running down the street.The Jackpot roll at Sushi LocaAt Sushi Loca—home of rolls with names such as Natural Viagra and Don’t Touch Her Mustache—chefs also craft the Jackpot, a mammoth roll packed with shrimp tempura, spicy crab, crunchy eel sauce, and spicy mayo.The Carrot Top roll at Geisha HouseGeisha House’s Carrot Top roll treats diners to shrimp two ways—butter yakki and tempura style—and wraps the outside with three kinds of fish before covering it with inches of deep-fried carrot slivers.The Yamata Roll at SUSHISAMBAVegas food writer Grace Bascos clued us into the Yamata Roll at SUSHISAMBA at The Palazzo: “It includes all the decadent items you can wrap in rice: tuna, foie gras, osetra caviar—and it’s trimmed in gold leaf.” It’s perhaps the most Vegas of them all.Jackpot roll photo courtesy of Sushi Loca, Yamata roll photo courtesy of Tiny Urban KitchenRead More