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As We See It

Thinking about Tre’Von Willis, fine art and more

Tre’von Willis
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No excuses Starving for culture but no cash? How about a free day of high-end art? The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Arts offers free admission to Figuratively Speaking: A Survey of the Human Form from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. October 2. — Kristen Peterson, staff writer

Magic man Steve Carell may be taking a movie role in which he plays a Las Vegas magician. Hey, Steve, if the movie makes me forget Date Night, it’s all good. — Ken Miller, associate editor

Mobile Whine Las Vegas’ new mobile complaint site allows users to issue their gripes with the city infrastructure straight into their cell phones. How many people will complain if we don’t print the URL? — Sarah Feldberg, editor

Ah, Memories Weezer performs Friday at the Mirage as part of Rolling Stone’s Rock Star Weekend. I’ll be there, but my heart longs for the Blue/Pinkerton tour, which stops in LA and San Francisco in November. — April Corbin, web content editor

Welcome back Tre’Von Willis will be back to lead UNLV after all. To avoid jail time, the senior pleaded down to misdemeanor domestic battery. Let’s hope the minimum three-game suspension gives him the space to think, and learn from this. — John P. McDonnall, copy editor

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  • Seriously, the 2 next to the 5? This is Las Vegas!

  • They're wingmen. Conversation starters. Reasons to keep it classy and call it an early night.

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