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Through Oct. 31, Fri-Sat, 7p. Drink with celebrity keg-tappers, enter drawings for free meals, compete in stein-holding contests and enjoy live...   
Through Oct. 31. Stacy Rink’s exhibit is a funny and brazen look at how Sin City’s sexy-glam dream-factory jostles our everyday lives....   
Oct. 3-31, opening reception Oct. 17, 7-9:30p. The Annual Traveling Show provided by the Society of Illustrators will feature 58 pieces of the most...   
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Kinky

Through Oct. 31. Stacy Rink’s exhibit is a funny and brazen look at how Sin City’s sexy-glam dream-factory jostles our everyday lives. Free. Blackbird Studios, blackbirdstudios.com


Illustrators 56

Oct. 3-31, opening reception Oct. 17, 7-9:30p. The Annual Traveling Show provided by the Society of Illustrators will feature 58 pieces of the most outstanding works created throughout the year by the most cutting-edge and popular illustrators in the world. Free. Clark County Library, lvccld.org


Panorama

Through Nov. 26. A selection of work in every genre: painting, textiles, digital, photography, sculpture, printmaking and mixed-media by some of the recipients of the Nevada Arts Council fellowships. Free. UNLV’s Barrick Museum, unlv.ed


Erik Breehn - From Where I Stand

Nov. 5-Dec. 5, opening reception Nov 5, 6-8p. Returning briefly from his MFA studies at the Art Institute of Chicago, Beehn’s entirely new body of work explores many new artistic directions as a result of his continued formal training. Drawings, photo collage and works on paper will be on view. Free. MCQ Fine Art, 620 S. Seventh St., (702) 366-9339


Enigma - Anthony Bondi

Nov. 6-Dec. 14. Collage artist Bondi uses classic imagery with Las Vegas glitz to create stunning portraits of post-modern mischief. Free. Sin City Gallery, sincitygallery.com


Sea Whiz

Nov. 7-30. In her first solo show in four years, Blackbird Studios chief Gina Quaranto will delve into the mysterious connection between moon-made tidal surges and human behavior. Her blue-drenched pieces, some wall-mounted and others “in the round,” will feature moons and the sea as totems of change as a life process. Free. Blackbird Studios, blackbirdstudios.com


First Friday

Nov. 7, 6p. This month’s theme is “EnLIGHTened,” a full-out visual celebration of light in all of its forms. There will still be the exhibits, open galleries, live music and DJs, food trucks, vendor booths and special activities for the kids. Free. Arts District; hub at Casino Center Blvd. between Colorado St. and California St., firstfridaylasvegas.com


Abigail Goldman

November 6 Abigail Goldman Trifecta Gallery Goldman’s irony is wicked-sharp. She titles her exhibit Home Sweet Home, but look at this detail from one of her new, extra-murderlicious “dieoramas.” Nothing sweet about it. There’s more: “It’s actually going to be set into a glass-topped dining table for four. So you dine while looking into the nightmare cul-de-sac below.” Diabolical! Brilliant! “I suppose we’ve all eaten our way through grisly, fighting-family meals — this time, the carnage is under the food but on the surface.” Through Nov. 28, trifectagallery.com



DANCE
Zombie Burlesque

Every Mon-Sat, 8:30p. With comedy, variety acts, a live Big Band and an award-winning cast of characters, Zombie Burlesque takes place in Las Vegas during the Atomic Era, circa 1958. Be the first living audience to experience classic burlesque, zany musical numbers and top-notch singing all performed by the sexiest zombies at the hottest, formerly zombie-only, nightclub in town. $65-$85. V Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., vtheaterboxoffice.com


Zombie Burlesque

Every Mon-Sat, 8:30p. With comedy, variety acts, a live Big Band and an award-winning cast of characters, Zombie Burlesque takes place in Las Vegas during the Atomic Era, circa 1958. Be the first living audience to experience classic burlesque, zany musical numbers and top-notch singing all performed by the sexiest zombies at the hottest, formerly zombie-only, nightclub in town. $65-$85. V Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., vtheaterboxoffice.com


A Choreographer's Showcase

Nov. 2, 1p. The Nevada Ballet Theater and Cirque du Soleil are collaborating on the seventh installment of their gymnastics-influenced dance — or is it a ballet-influenced tumble? Both, and more, say audience members, who applaud the boundary-pushing performances that give the city’s most talented dancers and directors a unique forum for flexing their collective muscles. $25-$45, Mystère Theater at Treasure Island, nevadaballet.com


Mummenschanz

Nov. 11, 7:30p. By creating a playful yet compelling experience through the inventive use of shadow, light and creative manipulation of objects, this show offers timeless insight on the human condition. The result is a visually stunning spectacle that transcends cultural barriers and sparks the imagination. $21-$69. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com



FAMILY
Farmers Market

Thursdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Mario Batali & Joe Bastianich’s sustainable farmers market. Seasonal offerings, regionally and locally grown fruits, vegetables, herbs, fresh eggs, honey, nuts, dates, locally roasted coffee and more. Free admission. Note that vendors accept cash only. The Springs Preserve


Popovich Comedy Pet Theater

Every Tue-Sun, 4p. The most beloved family show in the world, featuring an amazing cast of housecats, dogs, parrots, even geese and mice! A unique blend of physical comedy, world-champion juggling and the extraordinary talents of more than 30 performing pets. Gregory Popovich has rescued these animals from shelters all over the country and has transformed them into Las Vegas stars. $35-$50. V Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., vtheaterboxoffice.com


Wicked Plants

Through Jan. 4. Inspired by Amy Stewart’s book Wicked Plants: The Weed that Killed Lincoln’s Mother and other Botanical Atrocities, this exhibit offers up-close and personal experience with plants that can kill you. Free for members or with general admission. Origen Museum at Springs Preserve, springspreserve.org


Harvest Festival

The celebration will feature Roos-N-More Petting Zoo with special animal classes, face painting, pumpkin decorating, jerky and hot-wing eating contests, free games and prizes, live entertainment by “The Voice” contestants Ryan Maloney and Cali Tucker, and so much more! Free. Tivoli Village, tivolivillagelv.com


Tails and Trails

Nov. 8, 10a-2p. The Springs Preserve is going to the dogs when they host this event, bringing dogs from throughout Southern Nevada and the people they own together for a day of canine-friendly fun. Featuring self-guided hikes for humans and their canine friends (dogs only; sorry, no cats or other animals) on the Springs Preserve’s 3.65 miles of trails. Free. Springs Preserve, springspreserve.org


Popovich Comedy Pet Theater

Every Tue-Sun, 4p. The most beloved family show in the world, featuring an amazing cast of housecats, dogs, parrots, even geese and mice! A unique blend of physical comedy, world-champion juggling and the extraordinary talents of more than 30 performing pets. Gregory Popovich has rescued these animals from shelters all over the country and has transformed them into Las Vegas stars. $35-$50. V Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., vtheaterboxoffice.com


Dia de Muertos

Nov. 1-2, 5p. The Mexican tradition of remembering the dead celebrates our memories of them and the impressions that their lives made on us. Ofrendas, or altars, will be set aglow with flickering candlelight and covered with the food, drink and objects the dead loved in life to lure them back for a visit. Free. Winchester Park and Cultural Center, clarkcountynv.gov


Henderson Stroll and Roll

Nov. 15, 10a-2p. Enjoy the community’s largest car-free streets festival, featuring children’s activities, live entertainment, fitness classes and food trucks. Free. Paseo Verde Parkway (From Valle Verde Drive to the Henderson Multigenerational Center, 250. S. Green Valley Parkway), bikehenderson.org



FESTIVALS AND HOLIDAY EVENTS
Hofbrauhaus Oktoberfest

Through Oct. 31, Fri-Sat, 7p. Drink with celebrity keg-tappers, enter drawings for free meals, compete in stein-holding contests and enjoy live entertainment, traditional German food and, of course, real brews from the homeland. Check website for details. Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas, hofbrauhauslasvegas.com


Valley Comics Book Festival

Nov. 01, 9:30a-4:30p. A day chock-full of activities celebrating comic book culture, including panel discussions, workshops, a vendor marketplace, Artist Alley, food trucks, kids’ crafts and face painting, live music, film screenings and more. Free. Clark County Library, lvccld.org


Veterans Day Ceremony

Nov. 8, 10a. Join city leaders, veterans and their families to pay tribute to our military heroes. The event features a presentation of names and the memorial wreath at the Veterans Memorial Wall, presentation of colors and a music tribute to the armed services by the Henderson Symphony Orchestra. Free.  Henderson Events Plaza, 200 S. Water St., cityofhenderson.com.


LVCA Pets and Vettes Community Festival

Nov. 15, 10a-3p. Kick off the holidays with a celebration of our local animal rescue and welfare organizations. Corvette car show, 40 animal groups, vendors, food, live music, demonstrations, pet adoptions, free and reduced-cost pet care resources and information, photos with Santa, raffles, prizes and flash giveaways by the Goodie Squad. Free. Freedom Park, vegasvettes.com


Made LV Turkey Toss Cornhole Tournament

Nov. 15, 10:30a-4p; awards ceremony 5p. Get in on the action by registering your two-person team for the 10-board, double-elimination tournament and compete to win great prizes including a cash purse for the top finishers. $20 per team. Free for spectators. Made LV American Tavern, Tivoli Village, tivolivillagelv.com


Santa Arrival Parade

Nov. 28, 10:30a. Kick off the holiday season right with this family-friendly event featuring Santa’s house, where children can take photos with Santa, a trackless train ride around Tivoli Village and live performances on the main stage. Free. Tivoli Village, tivolivillagelv.com


Santa Photos and Train Rides

Nov. 28-Dec. 24, Fri-Sun, Noon-4p. Pet photos Dec. 10 and 17, 5-8p. Need a photo for a family holiday card or want to capture your child’s holiday spirit? Bring the family for photos with Santa and take a train ride through Tivoli Village. Photo packages start at $5. Train rides are $2 per ride or $5 for three rides. Tivoli Village, tivolivillagelv.com


Lights on Tour of Hotel Fear

Nov. 1, 4-6p. Let the little ones tour one of the scariest haunts without all the monsters. $2 benefits the Nevada Broadcasters Association. Meadows Mall, lvhaunts.com



FUNDRAISERS
Forever Home Family Picnic and Furry 5k

Nov. 2, 10a-1p. Join The Animal Foundation for the Furry 5K (3.1 mile) run for people and their pups. Run, walk, or jog. Then, stick around for the Forever Home Family Picnic, an outdoor extravaganza of pawsome activities for you and your pooch, including contests, demonstrations, family activities, food and more. $5-$50. Sunset Park, animalfoundation.com/5K


2014 Hearts and Hands Gala

Nov. 13, 5-8p. Helping Hands of Vegas Valley’s program to raise awareness and needed funds for essential programs that assist seniors in our community. Featuring cocktails, dinner, entertainment, raffle and silent and live auctions . $100. Hard Rock Live, 3rd floor, hhovv.org/news-events.html


Easter Seals Cheers to Chocolate

Nov. 15, 7-9p. Enjoy wine and chocolate tastings, live music and a silent auction, all for a good cause. $40 online, $45 at the door. Tivoli Village, cheerstochocolate.com



LECTURES, READINGS AND PANELS
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Walking Tours

10:30a,Wed and Sat. Take a guided tour of the campus and learn about its architectural accomplishments, artwork and historic overview. Register in advance for free. The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


The American Antarctic Expedition

Nov. 4, 7:30-8:30p. Merging outdoor expedition leadership with rich life experiences, Sunniva Sorby shares a personal and powerful message about our inherent need to take risks and makes a case for continually innovating as we navigate change. Free. UNLV Barrick Museum Auditorium, liberalarts.unlv.edu/forum


Paradise Palms - Key Turning Points in Las Vegas History

Nov. 6, 7p. Writer, editor and Mob Museum executive Geoff Schumacher discusses specific dates in Las Vegas history from 1844 to 2014 and explains their significance to our town. Free. Jewel Box Theater at the Clark County Library, lvccld.org


Human Trafficking and the Narratives of Modern Slavery

Nov. 10, 7:30-8:30p. More than 29 million people are enslaved in the world today. While the vast majority of them remain silenced by the exploitation, many survivor-activists are emerging who are acting as our modern day Frederick Douglasses. The stories they tell constitute what Laura T. Murphy is calling “the new slave narrative.” Free. UNLV Barrick Museum Auditorium, liberalarts.unlv.edu/forum


Past, Present and Future of Historic Preservation in Nevada

Nov. 13, 7-8:30p. Join leaders in historic preservation from across the Las Vegas Valley for a discussion of preserving Nevada’s architectural heritage in a city known more for dismantling buildings than for preservation. Free. Inspire Theater, 501 Fremont St., nevadapreservation.org


Jenni Sorkin

Nov. 13, 7p. Art critic Sorkin will discuss the intersection between gender, material culture and contemporary art as part of UNLV’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Free. Barrick Museum at UNLV, unlv.edu


Women's Long Journey to the Ballot Box

Nov. 17, 7:30-8:30p. One hundred years ago, Nevada’s male voters finally allowed Nevada’s women to vote and hold office, culminating a complex process begun with the 1869 Legislature. To commemorate the centennial of this great victory, Dana R. Bennett will describe that process and reintroduce long-forgotten Nevadans, both men and women, who were instrumental in that long battle, and especially in the final skirmishes of 1914. Free. UNLV Barrick Museum Auditorium, liberalarts.unlv.edu/forum


Robert Beckmann

Nov. 20, 7p. Beckmann is a longtime figure in the Las Vegas art community whose fine art and murals have reached well beyond our city limits. He’s perhaps best known for his apocalyptic painting series “Body of a House,” based on footage from the Nevada Test Site. Part of UNLV’s Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Free. Barrick Museum at UNLV, unlv.edu


Politics of Testosterone in Women Athletes

Nov. 24, 7:30-8:30p. Controversial new policies exclude elite women athletes with naturally high testosterone from international competitions. To compete, these women must either be “insensitive” to testosterone or undergo invasive medical interventions to lower testosterone levels. The talk challenges these policies on both scientific and ethical grounds. Free. UNLV Barrick Museum Auditorium, liberalarts.unlv.edu/forum



MUSIC
B-A Tribute to the Beatles

Every Mon-Sun, 5:30. This show takes everything you love about the Beatles and presents it just as if John, Paul, George and Ringo were on stage together again. You will want to get up, sing and dance as some of the best Beatle musicians recreate some of the most memorable Beatle moments from every era of their career - from Beatlemania all the way up to the White Album. $60-$70. Saxe Theater, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S., vtheaterboxoffice.com


Storm Large and Le Bonheur

Nov. 7-8, 7p. With Le Bonheur (French for “The Happiness”), Storm shares her genre-spanning musical vision, collecting songs born of French chanson, jazz standard, heavy metal, smokehouse lounge and a handful of originals. $39-$50. Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Vocal Jazz Solo Nights

Nov. 7-8, 7:30p.

The CSN Jazz Singers perform ensemble selections. Each member performs a solo ranging from jazz standards to Broadway. $8 adults, $5 students/seniors. Recital Hall at CSN, csn.edu/pac


Paul Taylor

UNLV alumnus Taylor performs in his home city at his alma mater. This contemporary urban Jazz saxophonist’s music is instantly identifiable with infectious melodies and a deeply soulful and rhythmic trip-hop-influenced sound. $25-$75. Performing Arts Center at UNLV, pac.unlv.edu


Las Vegas Brass Band in Concert: A Salute to the Armed Forces

Selections will include some of our favorite patriotic and significant pieces from throughout our history. Founded in 1994, the Las Vegas Brass Band is a traditional British-style ensemble made up of talented professional and amateur musicians from Southern Nevada. Free. Main Theater at Clark County Library, lvccld.org


UNLV Jazz Concert: Jazz Ensembles

Nov. 12, 7p. Highlighting the best student musicians from the Jazz Studies Program. Free. Main Theater at Clark County Library, lvccld.org


Rock and Roll is Here to Say Featuring the Vegas Goodfellas

Nov. 15, 7p. This show covers two decades of hits by all your favorite artists, including Bill Haley & the Comets, Frankie Valli, Elvis, The Beatles, The Doors and The Rolling Stones. $15. Starbright Theatre, suncity-summerlin.com/starbrighttheatre.htm


Pop Series I: Aloha from Las Vegas

Nov. 15, 7:30p. This concert by the Las Vegas Philharmonic will feature traditional and popular Hawaiian music, much of it sung by special guest Amy Hanaiali’i, Hawaii’s best-selling vocalist of all time. $26-$94. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Tahir Faridi Qawwal

Nov. 19, 7p. Qawwal studied under Indian and Pakistani qawwali masters, leading to his signature sound featuring two harmoniums, tanpura, tablas, hand-clapping and singing. He performs the qawwali music of the Sufis of Pakistan, which is infectious, hypnotic, evolving melodies that last and last. $10-$12, Winchester Park and Cultural Center, clarkcountynv.gov


Las Vegas Academy Presents the Music of Destiny: Tales of Fortune and Fate

Nov. 19, 7p. Featuring selections from Verdi’s La Forza del Destino, Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet, Orff’s Carmina Burana and the world premiere of “Psalm 103” by Anthony LaBounty. $20-$200. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Denis Azabagic

Nov. 19, 8p. Celebrated Bosnian guitarist Azabagic was the youngest musician ever to win one of the most prestigious international guitar competitions sponsored by the Jacinto and Inocencio Guerrero Foundation in Madrid. Azabagic’s passion for performance extends to sharing his knowledge of the guitar with others. $40. Performing Arts Center at UNLV, pac.unlv.edu


The UNLV Wind Orchestra Presents: American Heroes

Nov. 20, 7:30p. Thomas G. Leslie, conductor. Guest conductors: Col. John R. Bourgeois, director emeritus, United States Marine Band, “The President’s Own”; Johan de Meij, winner, Sudler, Oman and Corciano International Competition Awards; and conductor Bruce Broughton, Emmy Award-winning composer, instructor of composition, Thornton School of Music, University of Southern California. $10 adults, $8 students/staff/military/seniors. Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall at UNLV, (702) 895-2787


Oleta Adams

Nov. 21, 7p; Nov 22, 6p & 9p. Adams has inspired a growing legion of fans in the U.S. and Europe with journeys of the heart via songs that draw deeply from her roots in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban and popular music. $39-$65. Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


A Celtic Thanksgiving

Nov. 22, 3:30p. Listen to the Desert Skye Las Vegas Pipe Band for an afternoon of Gaelic music and dance in a Celtic Thanksgiving. Featured performers include world champion piper Jack Lee, Sharon Lynn’s Celtic Crown Academy of Irish Dance and the Las Vegas Highland Dance Association. Free. Main Theater at Clark County Library, lvccld.org


Masterworks II: Great European Mastery

Nov. 22, 7:30p. Bulgarian conductor Danail Rachev, music director of the Eugene Symphony, leads the Las Vegas Philharmonic’s premiere performance of Brahms’ First Symphony, a work that was to reinforce the public’s high opinion of the composer as successor to Beethoven. $26-$94. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Alex Boye

November 22 Alex Boyé Ham Hall, UNLV Click over to the Tube of You for Boyé’s videos: Africanized versions of pop songs you might think have been drained of life by repetition — Lorde’s “Royals” being a great one to begin with — revived and globalized by this Nigerian-descended former Mormon Tabernacle Choir star. 8p, $25-$75, UNLV’s Ham Hall, unlv.edu


Chrissie Hynde

November 28 Chrissie Hynde The Pearl at the Palms This isn’t a Pretenders gig — the iconic, hard-rocking frontwoman is touring her critically acclaimed recent album, Stockholm — but expect some cuts from her prodigious back catalogue of hits. 8p, $52-$205, palms.com



THEATER
Wicked

Through Nov. 9, Tue-Sun, 7:30p; Sat-Sun, 2p. Before the world heard of Dorothy, these two girls met in the land of Oz. One was born with emerald green skin and is smart, fiery and misunderstood. The other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. The show tells the story of how these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good. $45-$161. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


The Bucket Show

Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26, 10p. Paul Mattingly (Second City) and Matt Donnelly (former writer for Penn & Teller) offer up improv at its finest. You call the shots from songs to Same Scene, Different Genre. Free; donations go in the buckets at the end of the show. Scullery Theater, 150 Las Vegas Blvd. N., mattandmattingly.com


Vintage Vegas Nights, Hosted by Rich Little

Rich Little takes the audience through a history of the greatest entertainers of all time and the stories to go with them, while the fabulous impressionist Peter Pavone, comedy magician Murray Sawchuck, singer Tommy “Baby Buble” Ward, crooner Ronnie Rose and the beautiful jazzy stylings of siren Toscha Comeaux take you back to those legendary moments. $18. Starbright Theatre, suncity-summerlin.com/starbrighttheatre.htm


The Spot Improv

Nov. 12 & 26, 8p. Long-form improv in an intimate setting, so close to the Strip you can taste it. Come early to participate in improv games and to get a good seat. $10 at the door. The SciFi Center, 600 E. Sahara Ave. #13, facebook.com/sinscityunderground


The Sea Gull by Anton Chekhov, in a New Version by Jean-Claude Van Itallie

Nov. 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 7p; Nov. 16, 23, 2p. The Department of Fine Arts’ Theatre presents this classic play of the modern theater, an ensemble piece that explores love, missed connections and what it means to be an artist in theater. $12 adults, $10 students/seniors. BackStage Theatre at CSN, csn.edu/pac


Las Vegas Improvisational Players (LVIP)

Nov. 15, 7p. Be thankful that your family dinner isn’t quite like this — or is it? The Thanksgiving edition of LVIP will be full of family fun. Clean-burning, interactive and safe for the whole family. $10 at the door, kids free. American Heritage Academy, 6126 S. Sandhill Road, lvimprov.com


America's Next Top Bachelor or Housewife Celebrity Hoarder Makeover Star Gone Wild!

Nov. 20-23, 8p. In this reality sendup, we find Rachel, Winnie, Trixie and Trampolina in the jungle, trying their best to score at challenges that involve singing, dancing, dating, dieting and, of course, large insects. $35-$40. Troesh Studio Theater at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Pipin

Nov. 25-30, 7:30p; Sat-Sun, 2p. The story of a young prince on a death-defying journey to find meaning in his existence. Will he choose a happy but simple life, or will he risk everything for a singular flash of glory? $39-$139. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


Sister's Summer School Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi's Gold

Nov. 28-Dec. 6, 7p; Sat-Sun, 3p. It’s “CSI: Bethlehem” in this holiday mystery extravaganza, from the author of Late Nite Catechism, as Sister takes on the mystery that has intrigued historians throughout the ages — whatever happened to the Magi’s gold? $35-$40. Troesh Studio Theater at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com


David Sedaris

November 23 David Sedaris The Smith Center Man tells funny stories. 7:30p, $46 and up, thesmithcenter.com


Jonestown

Oct 3 - Nov 8. Middle of the desert. A drama about Jim Jones, Guyana, that Kool-Aid … all the elements of a tragedy, additionally heightened by director Troy Heard’s inventive staging: Buses will take audiences to an undisclosed location for the actual production. Through Nov. 8, 7p, $30, facebook.com



 

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