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Thinking about Shania, Pappy Van Winkle, ‘Zarkana’ and more

    • The new sexy

      Age 17, 27, 37 or 47 (she’s the latter), new Caesars Palace headliner Shania Twain has never looked sexier. And the 40s have never looked so hot. —Don Chareunsy, contributing editor

    • Bottle shock

      Thanks to the great folks at Total Wine in Henderson, my dream of a bottle of 15-year-old Pappy Van Winkle has been realized. And in case you’re wondering, oh hell yeah, it was more than worth the wait. —Ken Miller, associate editor

    • Elvis who?

      I may have been one of the few who enjoyed Viva Elvis, but it couldn’t compare to the thrills and slightly spooky artistry of Zarkana. Cirque’s new Vegas show is simply exhilarating. —Brock Radke, web & food editor

    • Misery loves Crotty

      This week, the president and COO of Aria resigned. We really hope it had nothing to do with that HuffPo blogger Crotty and his recent rant about polite switchboard operators. Please, don’t encourage him. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

    • Club casual?

      Okay, Vegas nightclubs, I triple-dog-dare you: Put on a real pajama party, not some skanky lingerie night like you always do. My moccasins are ready. —Mark Adams, associate web editor

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    Mark Adams is the Web Editor of Las Vegas Weekly, overseeing the magazine’s EPPY Award-winning website. He previously served as ...

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    Don was born in Laos and grew up in Montana. He was Helena High's yearbook and newspaper editor and, after ...

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    Ken Miller is Las Vegas Magazine's managing editor, having previously served as associate editor at Las Vegas Weekly, assistant features ...

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    Brock Radke is editor at Industry Weekly and associate editor at Las Vegas Weekly. His focus at both publications is ...

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    Erin Ryan

    Erin got her first newspaper job in 2002 thanks to a campfire story about Bigfoot. In her award-winning work for ...

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