Trust Us: The Manny Pacquiao documentary, an Elvis vs. Elvis tribute night and more

Who’s the Manny? Pacquiao (right) with Freddie Roach.


Manny Boxer Manny Pacquiao has quite the fan following in Las Vegas, which means this is one of the few cities to get the theatrical release of this Pacquiao documentary, narrated by Liam Neeson. Fans can head to AMC Town Square, or stream the movie at home via video on demand. Opens January 23.

A Path Appears From Colombia and Haiti to Kenya and the U.S., Pulitzer-winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn uncover the harshest impacts of gender inequality and poverty, including sex-trafficking and child slavery. This film is also about making change, so watch in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month. January 22, 6 p.m., free, Inspire Theater.

Cold war hotness: The Americans topped Josh Bell’s TV list for the second straight year.

The Americans Weekly TV critic Josh Bell picked this intense drama about undercover Soviet spies in the U.S. as the best TV show of 2014, and it returns this week for its third season. Wednesdays, 10 p.m., FX; season premiere January 28.


Or, Some Time Ago Australian-born Las Vegas artist DK Sole’s small hanging sculptures made from found objects are clever assemblages documenting her finds on strolls through the city. Through March 13; opening reception January 23, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Winchester Cultural Center.


Elvis VS. Elvis Tribute Night “Suspicious Minds” or “Less Than Zero”? “Jailhouse Rock” or “Pump It Up”? Friday night at the Bunkhouse, you don’t have to choose between Elvi, when local acts like The Astaires, The Clydesdale’s Paige Overton and—get this—a reunited Tippy Elvis pay tribute to both rock icons. January 23, 8 p.m., $5.


Desert Froth If you’re looking for some Pinterest-y inspiration to get your latest DIY project off the ground, this local lifestyle blog gets creative juices flowing. Headed by writer Hannah Ching and art director Nina Thomasian, Desert Froth features everything from healthy recipes and kitschy gifts to interviews with budding entrepreneurs. Desertfroth.com.

Honest Music Festival With music festival announcements in high season, it’s time to revisit College Humor’s hilarious riff on festival drawbacks. Its commercial for the fictional Opapotamus will inspire anyone longing to get back to the long lines, conflicting band bookings, portable toilets and overpriced food. Collegehumor.com.

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