World AIDS Day, a Small Business Saturday celebration and Nutcracker event for kids round out our downtown Las Vegas to-do list.
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The celebrated singer-songwriter explores the catalog of his friend and mentor Frank Sinatra and more on his latest tour, which visits The Smith Center on Saturday.
The “Rose. Rabbit. Lie” alum headlines the “So You Think You Can Dance” tour stop at The Smith Center.
The three-day music and arts festival, which drew 170,000 attendees this year, returns in September for its eighth edition.
Also, Paul Anka crooning Sinatra, reserve spots now for a punk rock pizza party on Dec. 1 and LGBTQ Senior Thanksgiving dinner.
Las Vegas becomes the latest valley jurisdiction to ban imitation guns in a state where it is legal to carry the real deal unconcealed.
The Fremont Street Experience is planning to add an LED sign that pays tribute to the rich history of downtown Las Vegas.
The Nevada Museum of Art, Las Vegas, may ultimately find an alternative site via ongoing talks with the city but organizers are also interested in the nearby Clark County government center campus.
Other events include a celebratory Goth night at Artifice, Kefauver Day at Mob Museum and Market in the Alley on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.