In entertainment news this week, KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler plan a performance, Curious George is due to arrive at the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum Saturday and Las Vegas Academy students are set to showcase acting and writing skills in “The Ten-Minute Play Project.”
From the moment this restaurant opens until the moment it closes, an all-day buffet is served that includes a variety of soups, seafood, poultry, beef, noodle, pork and rice dishes.
TEST YOUR BLACK HISTORY MONTH KNOWLEDGE DURING TRIVIA CONTEST
The Utah Shakespeare Festival has performances of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” scheduled for Friday and Saturday at the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre on the College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus. Las Vegas Academy graduate Kristen Henley will play the role of Puck.
Hunting, fishing, camping, even the World Elk Calling Championship, are scheduled to be included for one of the nation’s largest outdoor sports shows this weekend at the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road.
Festivals, expos and musical performances characterize Las Vegas’ Black History Month events in February with opportunities for those interested to get involved throughout the valley.
CYBERSECURITY TO BE DISCUSSED TODAY
DURING LECTURE AT GREENSPUN HALL
Opportunity Village is beefing up its security after two thefts occurred in January at Magical Forest. Two generators and a video projector were stolen on separate occasions just days before Magical Forest was to close for the season.
Book events this week include a signing by “Vintage Vegas” columnist Betty Bunch and an African American Author’s Symposium.
Buddy was a mischievous golden retriever no one wanted. He’d made his way from owner to owner and was at an animal shelter with numbered days when Elizabeth and Michael Parker took him in. His quirky antics inspired Elizabeth Parker’s first book, “Finally Home: Lessons on Life From a Free-Spirited Dog.”