Blade Runner Screens at Millenium Fandom Bar, Artisanal Foods Teaches a Lesson in Charcuterie

What to do around the clock in Las Vegas

Blade Runner

Thursday 7

The Writer’s Block’s Bourbon Book Club is back. Attendees can sip on a selected bourbon while discussing Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook. 6 p.m.,

We might have professional sports now but the Legendary Pole Classic is a sport we can all root for. Ten women and 10 men will compete for the championship title. 6:30–11 p.m., tickets start at $59, at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino,

Local jazzy outfit the Sharps play their weekly gig at The Golden Tiki. 8 p.m., 3939 Spring Mountain Rd.,

Throwback Thursdays at Italian American Club features a live band playing jazz and swing classics. Dancing is encouraged and there’s also live music in the lounge. 6 p.m., $10, 2333 E. Sahara Ave.,

Enjoy sci-fi classic Blade Runner before the upcoming reboot tarnishes it. Millennium Fandom Bar’s screening features discounted drinks and free pizza. 6:30–9 p.m., 900 Las Vegas Blvd. South, #140,

It’s pronounced Fronkensteen! The musical Young Frankenstein opens at Super Summer Theatre today. 7 p.m., $16.50, Spring Mountain Ranch, 6375 NV-159, Blue Diamond,

Friday 8

From today through September 24, see One Man, Two Guvnors on the Main Stage at Las Vegas Little Theater. Showtimes vary, $21–$24, 3920 Schiff Dr.,

Learn the history of Yucca Mountain and the radioactive waste disposal program at the latest installment of the National Atomic Testing Museum’s Distinguished Lecture Series. 6–8 p.m., 755 E. Flamingo Rd.,

The Silver State’s finest poets go live at Battleborn Slam, Las Vegas’ longest-running poetry slam. 7 p.m., PublicUs, 1126 Fremont. St.,

Feed that late ’80s/early ’90s radio–rock craving with Tom Petty and U2 tribute acts. 9 p.m., Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar & Grill, 6750 W. Sahara Ave.,

Evil manifested comes to screens for the second reboot of Stephen King’s It. Showtimes, ticket prices and theaters vary,

Saturday 9

The Las Vegas Philharmonic opens its season at The Smith Center with a performance of Richard Strauss’ Don Juan. Come early for the preconcert conversation at 6:30 p.m. and stay late for the cocktail party at 9:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m., tickets start at $30 (additional $50 for cocktail party),

The Bite of Las Vegas Food and Music Festival takes over Desert Breeze Park with food from local and national restaurants and performances by Neon Trees, LeAnn Rimes, Eve 6 and more. 11 a.m.–10 p.m., $25 plus fees, children under 6 free, 8425 Spring Mountain Rd.,

Lala Brooks, the voice of the Crystals, returns to take you back to the days of “Da Doo Ron Ron” and “When He Kissed Me.” See her with the Surfaris, Eddie Holman, 1910 Fruitgum Co. and Izon Eden in Cannery’s End of Summer Concert. 4:30 p.m., $9–$19, Cannery Casino Hotel,

Learn the art of charcuterie Sept. 10 at Artisanal Foods

Sunday 10

Learn how to put together a charcuterie board that would impress any cured-meat expert. Artisanal Foods hosts a charcuterie class and tasting of 10 types of cured pork in Spanish, Italian, French and American styles. Bring your own beverage! 6–8 p.m., 2053 Pama Lane,

Tuscany Suites’ Piazza Lounge hosts jazz musician Nik at Nite for some Sinatra sing-alongs and other golden-era classics. 7–11 p.m., Tuscany Suites & Casino,

Opera Las Vegas hosts its annual season reveal party to start its 2017-2018 season, with five of the Valley’s best singers entertaining the cocktail-fueled crowd. 6:30 p.m., minimum $10 donation, Classic Jewel, 353 E. Bonneville Ave.,

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth—Round 2 delivers the former boxer’s autobiography straight from the horse’s mouth. 10 p.m., tickets start at $60, at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club inside MGM Grand,

Monday 11

Hand-paint your own wineglass in a class guided by Le Painted Grape at the Food Network–featured Buon Gusto Ristorante in Henderson. It might not take you the whole two hours, in which case, you can put that glass to use! 6:30 p.m., $30, 2642 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy.,

Tuesday 12

Broncho brings its ’80s college radio sound to The Bunkhouse Saloon, with support from garage rockers Billy Changer. 9 p.m., $10, 124 S. 11th St.,

Undercover Brother Eddie Griffin does stand-up at Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino. 7 p.m., tickets start at $80,

“Can’t live with them, can’t live without them” is what they say about family. Your Shitty Family: Real Texts. Crazy Relatives hits shelves today to shed some light on that. $15,

Wednesday 13

Crooner Mark O’Toole entertains at Addison’s Lounge inside Rampart Casino at the Resort at Summerlin. 6–10 p.m.,

Johnny Zig & the Highlighters play Double Down Saloon. 10 p.m., 4640 Paradise Rd.,

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