Trust Us: The Pizza Underground, free admission at the Mob Museum and more

Take a Bite of the Wild Slice: That’s an actual Pizza Underground song title.


Fabergé Revealed The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ touring collection of Fabergé artifacts—jewelry, religious items, cane handles and Imperial Easter Eggs—shines a light on Russian history through opulent hand-crafted works. November 14-May 25, $12-$17, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art.

Ethel M Cactus Garden Got the holiday itch already? Take a trip to the Ethel M Factory for its opening-night lighting celebration (free with a toy donation) or head over anytime through January 1 to take in the 3-acre garden display of 500,000 holiday lights and 300 plant species. Opens November 13, 5 p.m.

Kefauver Day Celebrate the hearings that shone a light (and a TV camera) on organized crime in the very room where Sen. Estes Kefauver called witnesses on November 15, 1950. Today the former courthouse and post office is home to the Mob Museum, which offers free admission for Nevada residents in honor of the senator. November 15, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.


Hot Water Music Even if you aren’t attending this week’s Vegas Music Summit, you can buy tickets for its showcases, including this one headlined by Florida’s back-since-’08 post-hardcore favorites. With Dave Hause, The Flatliners; November 13, 8 p.m., $21-$25, Fremont Country Club.

Death From Above 1979 Speaking of reunited, this noisy Toronto duo called it quits in ’06 before reemerging three years ago for some live dates and, eventually, September’s sophomore album, The Physical World. Catch cuts from that, along with the classics. With Biblical, November 15, 9 p.m., $27-$32, Brooklyn Bowl.

The Pizza Underground Want proof Macaulay Culkin isn’t dead? Watch the actor-turned-frontman bring his pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band to the stage at LVCS. With Har Mar Superstar, The Psyatics, Love Sick Radio, Water Landing, Leaving Springfield; November 16, 8 p.m., $12-$15.


Brasserie Bash Daniel Boulud hosts three weekend events at his new Vegas restaurant: the five-course Chapoutier wine dinner ($150), a happy hour and book signing ($25) and the Big Brasserie Brunch. Make reservations for the dinner and the brunch. November 14-16, DB Brasserie, Venetian.

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