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Thinking about the volume at Vanguard, crystals at Cosmo and more

Vanguard Lounge
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Down a notch I’m loving Vanguard’s cocktail menu, minimalist vibe and impromptu dance parties. Not so hot: The up-to-11 music volume. How about free earplugs with your first drink? — Sarah Feldberg, editor

Feeling punchy Quick note to the ass at In-N-Out: Last time I checked, those infrared towel dispensers in the bathrooms do not work better when punched. — Ken Miller, associate editor

Tourist take My mom on Cosmo: “I don’t get it. It looks like they just threw crystals wherever they could. It’s like they had too many of them, so they said, ‘Let’s make them into a bar.’” — Rick Lax, staff writer

Busted brackets VCU, Richmond and Florida State still left in the Southwest Region? Man, if UNLV coulda snuck by Kansas, Rebel fans would be Final Four dreaming. Of course, that would have also required not getting flattened by Illinois ... — Spencer Patterson, managing editor

Have some sax Expect to hear some sweet jazz at the Judy Bayley Theatre on March 27 when saxophonist Bob Sheppard performs with UNLV Jazz Ensemble I and UNLV jazz faculty. Tickets are $10 for the 2 p.m. performance. Call 895-2787. — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

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Spencer Patterson is the Editor of Las Vegas Weekly, having previously served as Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment Editor and ...

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