Legend of Zelda Goes Symphonic at the Venetian

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Morrissey | Photo by JStone/Shutterstock

Morrissey | Photo by JStone/Shutterstock


You either love or hate Morrissey (pictured). Either way, there’s no denying that tens of thousands of people worship former The Smiths frontman like a sort of dismal god. Author D. McKinney clears up myths about the 56-year-old singer, who is known for his militant veganism and sharp tongue, in her latest book, Morrissey FAQ. She’ll visit Writer’s Block to read and sign copies 7-8:30 p.m. June 5. TheWritersBlock.org.


The Naked City is known as one of Las Vegas’ most troubled areas. Visit the Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada at 6-8 p.m. June 6 for Telling Our Stories, a showcase of films and art by children from the neighborhood on Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara. See these diamonds in the rough first-hand. LVArtReach.com.


If you’ve grown tired of searching for Mr. or Ms. Right, why not just marry yourself? That’s the premise of Gabrielle St. Evensen’s performance art piece, Marry Your Self. Pick a ring, say your vows and eat cake in a cathedral setting at Cosmopolitan’s P3Studio. But hurry—the last day to tie the knot is June 7. CosmopolitanLasVegas.com.


Calling all video game nerds! Don those Pegasus Boots and dash to the Venetian on June 10 for The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. The concert series features your favorite tunes from the aforementioned game series performed by the Zelda Symphony and Choir. Trust us: The songs will sound much better than their 8-bit equivalents. TheVenetian.com.

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