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Thinking about Sheen, Smigel and other stuff

Jesse Smigel @ The Place Gallery
Corlene Byrd

His dad played the president Now that Charlie Sheen is officially unemployed, perhaps he should just set up permanent residency in his favorite spot, Vegas. Hell, he could run for office here. His code of ethics makes him a perfect fit. — Ken Miller, associate editor

Ridin’ For the last month of the season, Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort is offering an unlimited pass for $150, equivalent to three days of lift tickets. If the snow stays anywhere as good as it was last week, that’s a steal. — Sarah Feldberg, editor

A great bloke Locals aren’t the only ones crazy about the artwork of Jesse Smigel. The Las Vegas resident was interviewed by the BBC and featured this month. Check out the video and article at here. — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

Chip bit Seeing posters for lost dogs in my neighborhood is a humble reminder of the benefit of microchips. It’s relatively painless for the pet, inexpensive for owners and nothing beats having peace of mind. — April Corbin, web content editor

Chicago bound Au revoir, Las Vegas. For almost four years, it’s been a love/hate relationship. But mostly love. — John P. McDonnall, copy editor

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