Cher Graces Park Theater, Dam Short Film Festival Kicks Off

Thursday 2

The final installment of the Giada Wine Series dinners features Tour of Amarone with winemaker Luciano Castiello of Banfi Estates. Ruminate and sip on some of the highest quality food and wine Las Vegas has to offer. 6–9 p.m., $200, in The Cromwell,

You may not recognize Ace Frehley without the KISS makeup, or maybe you do. He started his solo career in the late ’70s, and has since released chart-climbing albums such as Anomaly (2009) and Space Invader (2014). Catch the rock icon with Lita Ford and Enuff Z’Nuff tonight. 7 p.m., $35–$60, Brooklyn Bowl,

Local documentary filmmaker Stan Armstrong’s Invisible Las Vegas looks at West Las Vegas, from Armstrong’s childhood to today. Catch the entire doc and learn about the little known history of the city during the Civil Rights Era. 7–9 p.m., Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.,

Come to Atomic Liquors dressed as your favorite Bill Murray character. Watch Groundhog Day as you sip on some rare releases from Modern Times Beer. The best Bill costume wins a 1.5-liter bottle of the Southern California company’s suds! 6 p.m.,

Friday 3

Did you know yoga has African origins? Yoga master Yirser Ra Hotep teaches Alchemy of Kemetic Yoga for those interested in learning these practices. 6:30–9 p.m., West Las Vegas Arts Center, 947 W. Lake Mead Blvd.,

Are you a book buff? Enter the ring at BOOKKO for a trivia game testing your literary knowledge for a chance to win a Writer’s Block gift card. 7–8:30 p.m., 1020 Fremont St.,

Cali-based women’s athletic apparel company Graced by Grit offers 30 percent off on the purchase of any two tops and one bottom from their Valentine’s Day collection. Use the code “XOXO30” for a discount on cute and quality athletic apparel you’re sure to love. All orders include free shipping and delivery before Valentine’s Day.

Netflix releases Imperial Dreams, a Sundance Film Festival award-winning drama about a reformed gangster struggling to raise his son in the Imperial Courts projects in Los Angeles.

Saturday 4

Performers from Paraguay, China and Mexico unite, showing music has no boundaries in Streams Converge. Enjoy various string, percussion and wind instruments played by talented musicians. 2 p.m., $10–$12, Winchester Cultural Center, 3130 S. McLeod Dr.,

Attend the reception for artist Frank McBride Sr.’s Black Kings & Queens exhibition at West Las Vegas Arts Center. Exhibition through March 25, reception 2–5 p.m., 947 W. Lake Mead Blvd.,

The Utah Shakespeare Festival troupe performs A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Charleston Heights Arts Center. Revel in the poetry, song and fairy tale of this 16th-century comedy. 2 p.m., $10–$15, 800 S. Brush St., 702-229-6383

Big Sean celebrates his big “Bounce Back,” as the hip-hop artist unleashes his latest release, I Decided, February 3. Rage with the rapper during a live performance at his official album release party at Drai’s Nightclub inside The Cromwell. 10:30 p.m., $30–$50,

Sunday 5

Post up for the big game at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar and enjoy unlimited small bites such as wings, cheddar waffles, spiced watermelon and smoked brisket biscuits. Did we mention the buckets of Budweiser and Bud Light for $20? 3:30 p.m., $100 for bar area, $150 for high-top seating, $800 for five-seat couch, in The Venetian,

Broadway in the Hood presents Ain’t Misbehavin’, a musical journey through the Harlem Renaissance featuring the music of Thomas “Fats” Waller. 3 p.m., $34, Cabaret Jazz in The Smith Center,

It’s one of the tastiest days of the year—World Nutella Day! Celebrate at Tuscany Gardens, which features a Nutella cheesecake with biscotti crumble, hazelnut and espresso crema. open daily, 5–9:30 p.m., $10.95,

Monday 6

The Bruce Harper Big Band and Elisa Fiorillo perform in Let the Good Times Roll!, a lineup of jazz classics and compositions of Allen Imbach. 7 p.m., $20-$35, Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center,

Chinese New Year celebrations conclude on February 11, so it’s not too late to bring yourself good luck and, most importantly, good food! Fat Choy Restaurant has you covered with an eight-course Year of the Rooster dinner, including festive salads, potstickers, spring rolls, “Longevity” noodles, meat and fish dishes, sweet sesame rice balls and a specialty cocktail. 6 p.m., RSVP required, $59 per person,

Tuesday 7

Not only can Absinthe’s Green Fairy Melody Sweets perform impressive dance and acrobatics, but she also sings with a golden era voice. Catch her Vaudeville-style variety act and music tonight at The Sweets’ Spot. 10 p.m., $25–$40, Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center,

It’s Tuesday afternoon at the Bijou, which means a high-style ’60s horror movie! Catch the screening of The Brides of Dracula, a tale of an unsuspecting schoolteacher who unleashes the undead. 1–2:30 p.m., Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd.,

Check out the new “Trick Eye Experience” 3-D artwork, created by L.A.-based street art company We Talk Chalk, at Monte Carlo. Artworks can be found at BLVD Plaza and the west casino entrance. Stand inside the art for some of the most unique photo ops on the Strip! 

American writer and critic Joyce Carol Oates’ newest novel, A Book of American Martyrs, hits the shelves. $29.99,

Wednesday 8

Metro Pizza offers heart-shaped pizza in celebration of the Day of Love—great for sharing or eating by yourself in front of the TV with a pint of ice cream. Through February, $19.95 dine-in or take-out, $29.95 for dessert and bottle of sparkling wine combo,

Do you believe in life after love? Cher does, and she’s opening her limited engagement run at the swanky new Park Theater tonight. 8 p.m., $55–$205,

The Dam Short Film Festival kicks off in nearby Boulder City. Take in four days of award-winning short films while enjoying the town’s quaint streets, antique stores and restaurants. $9 per screening, one-day pass $35, four-day pass $100, The Boulder Theatre,

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