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Thinking about suitcase-sized cheeseburgers, Vegas Uncork’d and more

    • Gut bust

      Thanks to EpicMealTime, I watched a dude’s face make love to a suitcase-sized bacon cheeseburger. “Next time, we eat Batman,” his co-star said. If only the presidential candidates were this inspiring. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

    • Stuffed and cork’d

      During the food and wine gorgefests of Vegas Uncork’d, I couldn’t help feeling gluttonous, wasteful and ostentatious. But that’s what Vegas does best, and events like these are important for our image and economy. More please. —Brock Radke, web & food editor

    • High flyin’

      Dusseldorf, Amsterdam, Panama City (Panama, not Florida). With three new international nonstop flights out of McCarran starting up, the question isn’t should I go away this summer, it’s how far? —Sarah Feldberg, editor

    • Mass effect

      First the good news: I lost my goal of 20 pounds using Wii Fit. Now the bad news: Wii Fit tells me I have to lose 43 more pounds to be at “ideal weight.” Thanks a lot, BMI. —Ken Miller, associate editor

    • Spoiler alert!

      The cast switches bodies in a dream sequence. Lindsay Lohan and Perez Hilton both make cameos as guest judges. New Directions wins nationals. Yep, best Glee ever! —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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    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 got her first newspaper job in 2002 thanks to a campfire story about Bigfoot. In her award-winning work for ...

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