Head over to the Orleans Arena and cheer on the Las Vegas Wranglers as they begin a three-game homestand against the Idaho Steelheads. Puck drops at 7:05 p.m., tickets from $12.50, lasvegaswranglers.com.
Get ready to laugh with funnyman Drew Carey as he returns to his situational improvised comedy roots.
The former Whose Line Is It Anyway? host and The Drew Carey Show star has recruited several of his hilarious former co-stars—including Ryan Stiles, Chip Esten, Kathy Kinney, Greg Proops, Jeff Davis and Jonathan Mangum—to form a team of “Improv All-Stars.” The troupe will take the stage at the MGM Grand’s Hollywood Theatre at 9 p.m. Feb. 4-7; all seats $89, mgmgrand.com.
Get up early, get some exercise and raise money for a good cause at the ninth annual Kendall Tenney’s Run for a Wish at Town Square. The 1-mile walk/5K run benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Nevada and helps support children with life-threatening illnesses. Sign up in advance online or on-site the day of the event. Registration at 7 a.m., walk at 9, run at 9:15. $25 per person for the 1-mile walk; $27 for the 5K run; $5 discount for teams of 10 or more, runforawish.com.
Tune in to CBS at 3:30 p.m. to watch the Indianapolis Colts face the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl XLIV. Don’t like football? Head to the Springs Preserve and check out Desert Chromaticity, a special exhibit of sculptures and paintings inspired by the colors of the Southwest. Big Springs Gallery at the Springs Preserve, 333 S. Valley View Blvd., 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission is $4.95-$9.95; under 5 free.
Mark the one-year anniversary of the Chris Brown-Rihanna domestic violence scandal by listening to the music spawned from the debacle. Suggested listening: “Stupid in Love” and “Cold Case Love” from RiRi’s album Rated R, or Brown’s track, “Changed Man.”
Today’s average high is 62 degrees, and the average low is 40—something we know thanks to the National Weather Service, which was founded (as the U.S. Weather Bureau) 140 years ago on this date. Chances are we won’t break today’s record high (82 degrees), but we likely won’t drop below the record low (22), either, so why not make the most of the forecast, dress appropriately and head outside to enjoy the seasonal temperatures?
It may not be the NBA, but the Harlem Globetrotters, after 84 years, still know their way around the basketball court—and none of them bring firearms into the dressing room, either. Check out the stunt-infused basketball action at the Orleans Arena starting at 7 p.m. Tickets $21-$114, orleansarena.com.