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Rush Limbaugh at the 2010 Miss America Pageant preliminary competition at Planet Hollywood on Jan. 26, 2010.
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Nice shot What’s more thoughtful than the gift of inoculation? Walgreens sells flu shot gift cards for $30, casting fear in the hearts of birthday boys and girls everywhere. Thanks, Grandma. —Abigail Goldman, staff writer

I ‘love’ it Hey, you “liked” the video of a cat in a diaper. Next time you’re on Facebook, “like” the Siems Eye Center page, and they’ll donate a buck to the Nevada Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. —Ken Miller, contributing editor

Picture that Gallery owner Brett Sperry, a photographer, is showing his own work in In the Limelight, opening this week at Brett Wesley Gallery. —Kristen Peterson, staff writer

New Attic Popular vintage clothing store The Attic may no longer be at its historic stomping ground, but its grand reopening this First Friday will be at the next best place—directly across the street. —Laura Davis, listings editor

Another reason to invest in satellite radio Beginning August 16, radio station KXNT will bulge into FM, making the daily emissions of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Alan Stock even more available. #hotexpandinggasses —Scott Dickensheets, editor


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