As We See It

Thinking about Taco Bell’s new Cantina Bell menu, an upcoming Moonface show and more

    • Salute your shorts

      I can’t stop watching this year’s winning Las Vegas 48 Hour Film Project entry, the superhero-themed Super Awesome Buddy Squad. Take a quick detour to YouTube, and you’ll see why. —Ken Miller, associate editor

    • Store story

      The rich woman at the Aria sculpture gallery wanted to know where my girlfriend got her dress, but saying “Hottie, next to Target” just didn’t seem right, so she told her it was from a boutique in LA. —Rick Lax, staff writer

    • No quiero

      Inexplicably, Taco Bell will launch its new Cantina Bell menu, including upgraded ingredients clearly designed to compete with Chipotle, in July. Preemptively, I feel bad about myself for eating it. —Brock Radke, web & food editor

    • Test drive

      I’ve been car shopping on and off for three years now, and I still drive a vehicle made while I was in high school. So no more shopping. I’m officially holding out for a self-driving, fully electric future-mobile. —Sarah Feldberg, editor

    • His name's cool, too

      Wolf Parade never played Las Vegas. Neither did Sunset Rubdown. But, with the announcement that Moonface will stop at Beauty Bar on September 15, genius songwriter Spencer Krug is actually headed to our town. Finally. —Spencer Patterson, managing editor

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