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Singin’ in the Rain Returns to Theaters, Jewish Film Festival Kicks Off

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas.

Thursday 12

Cold Cave brings its experimental electronic pop to The Bunkhouse Saloon. 9 p.m., $15–$20,

DJ Atomic and DJ Fish host a viewing party for Silent Night, Deadly Night. Experience cathartic release from holiday stresses with this 1984 slasher Santa flick. 9 p.m.,

Get refreshed and ready for the New Year at South Point’s Costa del Sur Spa & Salon, with treatments such as the 50-minute New Year New Skin facial. 9 a.m.–8 p.m., $95–$180, all specials valid Mon.–Fri. through Jan.,

Country act Kane Brown brings his Ain’t No Stopping Us Now tour to House of Blues. 6:30 p.m., $22, Mandalay Bay,

Daniel Tosh

Friday 13

Surfin’: The Beach Boys Tribute arrives at the Cannery Casino Hotel. A faithful re-creation of the Beach Boys live, the group will play songs such as “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “I Get Around” and, of course, “Surfin’.” Jan. 13–14, 8 p.m., $10,

Skillz Hudson and Manfred Hein bring their laughs to Bonkerz Comedy Club at Rockhouse. 8 p.m., $20, Grand Canal Shoppes,

It’s opening night at The Mirage for Tosh.Show, if you’re in the mood for some hilariously offensive and witty humor from Comedy Central mainstay Daniel Tosh. 10 p.m., $77–$105,

Five-piece funk, classic R&B and hip-hop group In-A-Fect brings its sizzling harmony and old-school vibes to Aliante. 9 p.m., $10,

Don’t miss Broadway in the Hood’s premiere of The Mountaintop, a play about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final moments before his assassination, which begins its run at The Smith Center tonight. Times vary, through Jan. 15, $34, Troesh Studio Theater,

Saturday 14

Check out health and wellness booths and fitness demonstrations at Healthy Henderson Fair. The event also features a food truck, plus bounce houses and face painting for the kids. 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Henderson Multigenerational Center,

Former Hells Angels member and chapter president George Christie stops by The Mob Museum for a talk and book signing of his Exile on Front Street: My Life as a Hells Angel … and Beyond memoir. 1 p.m., free for members or with museum admission,

After hosting free storytelling workshops at West Las Vegas Arts Center (947 W. Lake Mead Blvd.), award-winning  storytellers Djeliba Baba and Diane Ferlatte perform an afternoon of African folktales and fables at Charleston Heights Arts Center (800 Brush St.). Workshops 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., performance at 2 p.m., $10–$15,

Partake in Beatlemania when The Fab plays its Ultimate Beatles Music Celebration at Brooklyn Bowl. 8 p.m.,

Nevada’s longest-running flickfest, the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival, returns to screens around the Valley. Catch the opening-night screening of On the Map at Brenden Theatres tonight, followed by a Q&A with director Dani Menkin. Through Jan. 29, individual tickets $10, festival passes $50,

The Las Vegas Philharmonic returns to Reynolds Hall to perform a Mozart piano concerto and Beethoven’s “Pastoral” symphony, plus a piece by local Las Vegas composer Michael Torke, keeping with director Donato Cabrera’s mission to offer the community both contemporary and classical works. 7:30 p.m., $30–$109, The Smith Center,

The Juggler, screening this week at Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival

Sunday 15

First African Methodist Episcopal Church in North Las Vegas hosts Peaceful Voices on Social Justice: A Community Dialogue on Attaining King’s Dream in 2017. Honor the civil rights hero by engaging with and contributing to his legacy. 3–5 p.m., 2446 Revere St., 702-888-3958

Brace yourself for an adrenaline-packed adventure on Dark Ride XD, which debuted at Gameworks Las Vegas late last month. Use your light gun to get through interactive 3-D journeys like Alien Asteroid, Forbidden Mine, Zombies, Gigamon and Pirates. 11 a.m.–midnight, $7, Town Square,

Celebrate the late, great Debbie Reynolds and the 65th anniversary of one of America’s quintessential movie musicals, Singin’ in the Rain, which hits the big screen at various Valley theaters for a limited engagement. 2 and 7 p.m., select theaters,

Monday 16

Line up Downtown on Fourth Street between Gass and Ogden for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade. 10 a.m.,

Spring Mountain Ranch State Park hosts a Trails, Trees & Trash service project in honor of MLK’s devotion to public service. Plant trees and clean up the park while enjoying warm beverages, a bonfire and the satisfaction of doing a good deed. 10 a.m.–1 p.m., $7–$9 vehicle entrance fee,

Tuesday 17

Nik Mastrangelo performs The Mob, The Law & Frank Sinatra. A friend of Ol’ Blue Eyes, Mastrangelo shares his favorite Rat Pack tunes and recollections from a tumultuous time for law and entertainment in Las Vegas. Ages 18 and up, 7 p.m., Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.,

R&B and soul singer-songwriter Keith Sweat lays down innovative and iconic slow jams, kicking off his short-term residency at the Flamingo’s Donny & Marie Showroom. 7:30 p.m., $59–$225,

Wednesday 18

Happy hour at Culinary Dropout offers bites such as pork belly nachos and smoked salmon bruschetta from 3–6 p.m., Mon.–Fri., food specials $3–$7, drink specials $4–$7, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

Cirque Du Soleil’s Toruk: The First Flight begins its brief run at T-Mobile Arena. Immerse yourself in Pandora, James Cameron’s imagined world from Avatar, in which the native lifeforms and their planet must overcome the threat of destruction. Through Jan. 22, 7:30 p.m., $39–$155,

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