‘Tony n’ Tina’
Las Vegas is a wedding mecca, so it should be no surprise that "Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding" has stayed in character for 10 years of boozy revelry here. To celebrate all that celebratin’, local producers of the interactive comedy are offering a $10 locals ticket (plus taxes and fees) for the last few days of this month. Call 260-7200 with the box office code TNT-10.
— Mike Weatherford
They’ve been together for more than 30 years and gone through at least that many band members, but ska lifers The Toasters are still buttering the scene’s bread. See them at 9 p.m. today at the Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip, 3771 Las Vegas Blvd. South. Tickets are $15; call 650-8590.
— Jason Bracelin
The 11th annual Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival calls it a wrap this weekend with the award-winning Israeli drama "Intimate Grammar" (7 p.m. Saturday), the documentary "Love Etc." (1 p.m. Sunday) and, bringing it all back home, the documentary "Jews in Nevada" (4 p.m. Sunday). All screenings take place at the Adelson Educational Campus, 9700 West Hillpointe Road. Info: www.lvjff.org.
— Carol Cling
Year of the Dragon
Have you walked your dragon today? Relax, they’ll do it for you at the "Chinese New Year — Dragon in the Desert" festival, which continues through Saturday at the Fremont Street Experience. Ringing in the Year of the Dragon, the celebration commences at 6 p.m. today and Saturday, featuring a "live dragon," a vendor village with Asian food and crafts, entertainment and a virtual dragon on the big-screen Viva Vision. If they breathe fire, try not to get scorched.
— Steve Bornfeld
Beer and music
Winter’s something to celebrate at Big Dog’s, which will be serving up pozole and more than 35 beers during its second annual Winterfest Beer & Music Festival beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday at Big Dog’s Brewing Co. and Draft House at 4543 N. Rancho Drive. Admission is free, beer tokens are $1, and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Humane Society of the United States.
— Heidi Knapp Rinella
Sander van Doorn
Sander van Doorn headlines tonight at Marquee nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The Dutch house DJ-producer spins straight-up dance vibes, but he’s also adroit at writing happy, short pop hits. His latest is the catchy "Love is Darkness" (featuring the Poe-sounding Carol Lee on vocals).
— Doug Elfman