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Thinking about the Mob Museum, Spalding vs. Bieber and more

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Beavis or Butt-head? So Las Vegas’ Mob Museum has acquired a gun used in the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. What does it say about me that I find that utterly ... cool? — Ken Miller, associate editor

Never say Bieber Kudos to Esperanza Spalding for being the first jazz musician to snag the Best New Artist Grammy, beating Bieber fever (hooray!) and giving possibly the classiest acceptance speech ever. — Mark Adams, listings coordinator

Show of support The arts community raised over $1,300 at Bar+Bistro Saturday for local Erich Victa, seriously injured in a motorcycle accident. The prayers and well wishes have been nonstop. We’re pulling for you, Erich, RaShelle and Seth. — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

Road trip Heading to LA Tuesday for Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Will Vegas ever be a regular stop on cool tours like that (and save me the gas, hotel and time off work)? Unlikely. — Spencer Patterson, managing editor

Snappy app My favorite social network: Instagram on iPhone. No #FollowFriday or Farmville here, just the ability to share one moment in time with the world. Plus, seeing all the photos tagged to a specific place is fascinating. — April Corbin, web content editor

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