The holiday headliners at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz are Frankie Moreno and Deana Martin.
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Our arts picks this week include Rainbow Company Youth Theatre’s “Seussical” and Hymns of Hawai’i at The Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz.
During music director Donato Cabrera’s time with the San Francisco Symphony, “we’ve always had ‘Peter and the Wolf,’ ” he says, along with a narrator of note. To rekindle the tradition in Las Vegas, he has tapped Rita Moreno as narrator.
Holiday “Reflections” — from live painting to a toy drive — inspire December’s First Friday celebration, which runs from 5 to 11 p.m. in the downtown arts district.
“I think people can’t believe all that sound they’re hearing is coming from voices. You can feel the low notes,” says Home Free member Tim Foust. The group will perform Sunday at UNLV.
Abenamar Honrubia hopes years of practice will pay off during the Red Bull BC One World Championship in Japan on Saturday.
On Dec. 5 of 1933, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt repealed Prohibition. And the best way to celebrate in Las Vegas? Have a drink!
Officials say a technician with the Cirque du Soleil “Luzia” show who died after being hit in the head by an aerial lift Tuesday is the son of one of the founders of the show.
As Lucky Dragon’s tea sommeliers, Joe Muscaglione and Lola Zhao educate patrons about the wide variety of teas and their sources, and suggest teas that may fit their taste or introduce something new.
Great deals on Broadway are few and far between but in February — for one day only — kids get to go for free.
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