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Thinking about Glen Lerner, the Bellagio’s art gallery and more

Accuracy’s a defense Forget the Super Bowl ads! Glen Lerner might have scored the biggest coup of the day with his “ambulance chaser” spot. You can’t poke fun at Lerner—he’s already beaten you to it. — Ken Miller, associate editor

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Top 40 violinist While Facebook stalking this weekend, I found this gem: Musician Nick Kwas has actually managed to make the violin fun. Think Beethoven meets the Backstreet Boys. Enjoy! — Mark Adams, listings coordinator

Going, going, gone The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is closing its gift shop to make room for a store of Jeff Mitchum works. Sale items, anyone? — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

Head games Attempted to play the “Was that Timothy Olyphant or Josh Duhamel?” movie game this weekend. I lost—badly. Regardless of which clone is in the upcoming Transformers sequel, I’m just happy Megan Fox isn’t. — April Corbin, web content editor

Line up President Obama announced a plan Tuesday to spend $53 billion on high-speed rail over the next six years. Does this mean we can now figure out a way to ensure this line doesn’t end in Victorville? — John P. McDonnall, copy editor

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