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Christ Church Episcopal’s 42nd Annual Lobster Fair runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at the church at 2000 S. Maryland Parkway. Lobsters purchased in advance are $16 live, $18 steamed; orders are due by Oct. 18. Lobsters purchased at the fair — pending availability — will be $18 live, $20 steamed. The fair also will include a bake sale, used-book sale, raffles and live and silent auctions, and clam chowder, Mexican food, sourdough bread and beer and wine will be offered. For details or presales, go to www.LobsterFair.com or call 702-684-7746. …
If you’re going to see Dane Cook this weekend, you probably know he lost both his parents a year apart, or that his half brother was sentenced to prison for embezzling millions from him.
You don’t have to know the 1992 movie “Sister Act” to enjoy the musical adaptation that hits The Smith Center Tuesday for an eight-performance run.
KTUD-TV, Channel 25, is expected to leave the airwaves at 11:59 p.m. Thursday. The independent station known as Vegas TV was popular for reruns of “Community,” “King of the Hill” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”
Iconic singer Cher headlines the MGM Grand Garden arena on May 25. Tickets are $55.25, $76.25, $149.75 and $191.75 and go on sale at noon Friday at Ticketmaster outlets.
Nu metal has grown old so how does Korn stay new?
On the first track of their latest disc, “Pure Vida Conspiracy,” Gogol Bordello frontman Eugene Hutz decries the borders that separate one country from the next.
The Pet Shop Boys aren’t ever going to be confused with Las Vegas showmen, even though they covered Elvis (“Always on My Mind”) and produced an album for Liza Minnelli (“Results” in 1989).
Darius Rucker may have a big night at the one country awards show that doesn’t go off in Las Vegas, the Country Music Association awards from Nashville, Tenn., on Nov. 6.