Hailing from the urban streets of Waipahu, Hawaii, the band has produced several #1 hits including “Nothing to Hide,” “The One", "Play Me Like a Fool,” and “Ms. Beautiful.” 7P, $22–$40. Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq, brooklynbowl.com
Larry C. Johns and Alan R. Johns, the attorneys who spent 25 years pursuing a lawsuit for the victims of this catastrophic underground nuclear test, will discuss all that led to the enactment of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act in 1990. 7P, free. Jewel Box Theater at Clark County Library, lvccld.org
Violinists Nicolas Kendall and Charles Yang, with bassist Ranaan Meyer bring elements of many musical styles together for a unique sound. 7P, $39–$59. Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com
Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts presents "Wait Until Dark" February 2, 3, 9, and 10 at 6 p.m. In Frederick Knott’s crime-drama, a woman must use her wits to survive when three con artists turn up at her door in search of a very special doll. Before the night is done she will even the playing field to protect herself and her family from the monsters that go bump in the night.
Saxophonist Sid the Kid and his band will be playing the music of Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Grover Washington Jr., Maceo Parker, and many more. 7:30P, free. PAC at Summerlin Library, lvccld.org
Science Cafe Las Vegas meets on the first Wednesday of each month, starting at 6:30, for a lively discussion of a specific subject. (You might want to brush up before heading out.) There's beer, but the event is okay for those under 21.
This is an all-new multi-media version of the sold-out shows from 2015, featuring arias and ensembles from memorable movies. The concert will feature operatic hits along with the movie clips they accompanied. Presented by Sin City Opera.
Experience real math at work in sports, nature, robotics, music, dancing, movie-making and more and answer the age-old question: “Will I ever use all this math they’re teaching us?” at MathAlive! The traveling exhibit. has hands-on displays and interactive experiences including: riding in a live-action snowboard race; exploring and operating simulations of NASA’s latest robotics, and designing a video game.
The non-profit Narcotics Anonymous is a twelve-step program offering help for people trying to end a drug addiction, modeled on Alcoholics Anonymous. There are several meetings every day in Southern Nevada, most of them in Las Vegas.
The Young Artists Academy Orchestra will perform two works by Vivaldi: the Concerto for Strings in C minor and the Concerto for 4 Violins in B minor (with guest violnists Yuri Cho, DeAnn Letourneau, and YAO Music Director Yunior Lopez). The Young Artists Orchestra will perform Shostakovich’s Waltz no. 2 and parts of his Symphony no. 8, and Borodin’s popular Polevtsian Dances. Starts at 2:00.
In most parts of the county it is still too cold to think about growing vegetables, but not in Las Vegas! This is the ideal time to get your 2018 garden off to a great start., and you can get some tips in a hands-on class February 11 at the Springs Preserve. It runs from 1 to 3
Spectrum, Las Vegas’ own award-winning soul and R&B quartet returns to Cabaret Jazz February 14. The four singers combine their voices to create the angelic harmonies and deft choreography that has become their trademark. Internationally acclaimed, they will leave you wanting more with stirring renditions of classic hits by The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Miracles, The Jackson 5 and others..
Archaeology Adventures on February 15 and 16 is a STEM camp for kids ages 6–12. It starts by uncovering just what it takes to be an archaeologist and digging in to the actual archaeology of the Springs Preserve. Then, kids put those new skills to the test in day two with an immersive adventure seeking lost treasure.
The Breast Center at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas holds several classes and meetings every month. Included are a breast cancer support group, the young survivor's breast cancer support group, pilates classes for women with breast cancer, yoga classes (including pre-natal), and more.
No charge for support groups, while there might be a charge for other things.
You are invited to celebrate the contributions of African-Americans to our community February 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Springs Preserve. There will be music and dance performances, soul food from local restaurants, cultural art and gift items, a historic black Las Vegas photo exhibit, and activities for the kids. Also, a blood drive.
"Global Villagers: Street Portraits from Around the World”, a collection of candid portraits by Las Vegas photographer Lamar Marchese, will be shown February 21 through April 29. The photos were made during a round-the-world cruise, during which the photographer gained an appreciation for what unites mankind rather than divides us. There will be a reception February 22 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
"A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer" will be performed in Las Vegas on February 21, starting at 7 p.m. The 90 minute show features monologues by world-renowned authors and playwrights, edited by Eve Ensler and Mollie Doyle. These diverse voices rise up in a collective roar to break open, expose, and examine the insidiousness of violence at all levels.