Funny sites to see


( Did you know that Pierre-Auguste Renoir got his start by painting pictures of a nude Kim Kardashian on a deer hunt? That Joaquin Phoenix’s first role was playing Frida Kahlo in an 1889 painting by Ilya Yefimovich Repin? Or that Henri Fantin-Latour got his start at the Sears Portrait Studio, at the height of a Christmas rush? That is Priceless, a blog by television comedy writer Steve Melcher, does what the Guggenheim Las Vegas should’ve done: Every day, it pairs a classic work of art with a smart-assed caption. Sure, art is wonderful and all—but it’s so much better with the dick jokes spelled right out.


( I know, I know—it’s a long link, too long to easily remember. But the road faced by Har Mar Superstar (née Sean Tillmann) is a long and arduous one, and it begins with that never-ending link. It’ll take you to a Facebook group dedicated to getting the singer and comic—perhaps better known for his cameos in Starsky and Hutch and Whip It than for his hilariously funny and squirm-inducing live show—into the third installment of the Ghostbusters franchise. Har Mar’s liabilities are many: He’s never had a starring role, he does his best work in tightie-whities and truthfully, even Bill Murray’s not sure if a third Ghostbusters movie is being made. You’d better join that Facebook fan page, because it’s gonna take a lot of help to get Har Mar that much-deserved seat in the Ectomobile.


( “Press in dire situations,” the button says. I pressed it, and dang if it doesn’t make me feel better. It also makes me feel like I’ve got the chance, however slight, of making out with Natalie Portman. By a volcano.

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Shiny, Bright Spotlight

M Resort on March 13 hosted more than 400 commercial real estate professionals during the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties of Southern Nevada’s 13th annual Spotlight Awards. Mayor Oscar Goodman served as master of ceremonies for the gala, which celebrated the best projects undertaken in the last year and the professionals who made them happen.