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Trust Us: A ‘Doctor Who’ marathon, Willie Nelson and the return of ‘Archer’

Sci Fi Center’s Doctor Who marathon is brain stimulation at its finest.


Doctor Who marathon and art event The Sci Fi Center’s new location sits next to an art gallery, and the two venues are taking advantage of the proximity with an event celebrating Doctor Who. Check out a marathon of Who episodes at the Sci Fi Center, then walk across to Artistic Armory for a show filled with Who-inspired works. January 10, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., free.

Archer After a detour that found its characters spending an entire season as drug-runners, the animated spy comedy returns to its roots for its sixth season, promising more secret-agent action, weird references, running gags and hilarious one-liners. Thursdays, 10 p.m., FX; season premiere January 8.


The Nevada Women’s Legacy: 150 Years of Excellence More than 200 Nevada women recounted their stories in a new book, and this launch celebrates their lives and tales, along with art by Lolita Develay, the first black woman to receive an MFA degree from UNLV. January 10, 2 p.m., free, Left of Center Art Gallery.

A true living legend, Willie Nelson plays the House of Blues this weekend.


Willie Nelson & Family Tired of The country-music icon last played the House of Blues’ cozy confines in 2003, and that night’s musical glory has not been forgotten—on this end at least. We can’t vouch for Willie’s short-term memory. January 9 & 10, 7:30 p.m., $111-$150.

DJ Logic If conventional dance music doesn’t make you boogie, consider January’s Brooklyn Bowl resident. The eclectic soundshaper is fluent in electronic music, jazz and hip-hop, and is presenting it for free, no less. January 9 & 10, 11 p.m., January 11 & 13, midnight.


Pop-up brunch at Bin 702 Chef Andy Knudson of Mesa Grill—who’s about to relocate to the Bahamas—is the guest star at the friendly wine bar’s small-plate brunch. Something sweet from O Face Doughnuts is a safe bet, too. January 11, 11 a.m., Container Park, reservations at 702-826-2702.

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