As We See It

Thinking about a $600 shot of whiskey, hot dudes posing with kittens and more

    • Kittendales!

      Brace yourselves. There’s a calendar of “kitties and hotties” raising money for rescue in Massachusetts and showcasing adoptable animals. Beautiful shirtless man holding tiny cat and enormous wrench? Lord, yes. —Erin Ryan, staff writer

    • Street urchin

      Nothing tastes better than good uni, or worse than bad uni. Thankfully, the stuff I scooped directly from the shell in Seattle last weekend fell deliciously into the first category. —Spencer Patterson, managing editor

    • Whiskey headache

      The good news? Pub 1842 at MGM Grand just got four bottles of the nearly impossible-to-find Pappy Van Winkle. The bad news? It’s going to cost you $600 a shot. —Ken Miller, associate editor

    • Sweaty service

      Hotel concierges already deliver tricky reservations and emergency tuxedos, but faster marathon times? That’s the job of Westin Hotels’ Running Concierge Chris Heuisler, who’ll be in town this week before the Vegas marathon. —Sarah Feldberg, editor

    • Food for thought

      A Kansas man won $50,000 for making carrot cake, defeating bacon and barbecue (among other category winners), at the 2013 World Food Championships on Fremont Street. Really? Let them eat cake! I’ll take the salt. —Don Chareunsy, contributing editor

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