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Where to go, what to listen to and what to play this month

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Boise State at UNLV Get a look at one of the nation’s powerhouse programs, fifth in the BCS rankings and averaging more than 43 points per game. The Rebels will be there, too. November 5, 7:30 p.m., $12-$115, Sam Boyd Stadium.

Common Ground Yep, the Bunk-house’s long-running First Friday party is back, by popular demand. Holding Onto Sound, Rusty Maples and Outside Looking In provide the sounds, Juan Muniz brings the art (live) and poet/host Amir Rikkah spits the words. November 4, 10 p.m., free.

Summerlin Artwalk Artisan displays, art demonstrations and a kids art area—this one’s for the whole family. November 5-6, 10 a.m., free, Trails Village Center, vegasartwalk.com.

PLAY

The bird that revitalized a franchise.

Angry Birds Seasons You were the Fredo of the Angry Birds trio, until you released your Halloween levels with the new orange balloon bird and totally redeemed yourself! 99 cents.

HEAR

Mates of State First Kim and Thurston. Now Zooey and Ben. Just when we need a sign that indie love can last, longtime married duo Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel drop by. Cupid’s got pull at the Cosmo. November 9-11, 10 p.m. & midnight, free, Book & Stage.

Tom Daschle and Mike Huckabee Can a Democrat and Republican engage in civil discourse? The Barrick Lecture Series brings the ex-senator and former governor together. November 7, 7:30 p.m., free, Artemus Ham Hall.

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Not Really a Holiday Film series Die Hard, Gremlins and Lethal Weapon might not spring to mind when you think Christmas movies, but they’re holiday-themed all the same. Thursdays through December 15, 9 p.m., $5, Rave at Town Square.

Celebrating Existence More than 20 artists explore their atheistic principals and philosophies in a new show at Blackbird Studios. Through November 25, 1551 S. Commerce St.

EAT

Pomegranates ’Tis the season to eat them—in jellies, syrups, juices and more at the annual festival, which includes crafts and live music. November 4-5, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale.

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