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Thinking about fro-yo, Hispanics that look more Asian and more!

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Cold comfort Moving the Gift of Lights to Las Vegas Motor Speedway is little consolation. We have so few traditions that ya gotta wonder what TGOL and the county were thinking. No one wins. Fortunately, we have the Las Vegas Halloween Parade this year. — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

They know fro-yo Los Angeles-based Pinkberry is finally bringing its famed frozen yogurt to the Valley. Six new locations open in January, with the company’s first drive-thru store to open at UNLV. — Mark Adams, listings coordinator

New Situation Our Senate race went Jersey Shore last week. Channeling juice-head cast member Ronnie, Sharron Angle told a group of Hispanic high-schoolers they look “a little more Asian to me.” The line went over like a “grenade” in the hot tub. — John P. McDonnall, copy editor

Girl power! Who knew? The fat Mystère baby is now played by a skinny girl. She’s great, too. Are real babies that cute? — Rick Lax, staff writer

A good Vegas show? So against my better judgment, I watched a full episode of the Vegas-set CBS drama The Defenders. Gotta say ... not bad. — Ken Miller, associate editor


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