Trust Us: ‘Salad Days’ screenings, Selection Sunday and more

Out of Step: Ian MacKaye (with mic) and Minor Threat play a lead role in Salad Days.


Salad Days D.C.’s legendary ’80s punk scene—the one that birthed Minor Threat, Bad Brains and Fugazi—gets the documentary treatment, starring Ian MacKaye, Henry Rollins and more. Las Vegans get two chances to see it, in a warehouse space, natch. March 13, 8 p.m. & March 15, 1 p.m., $5, 9272 Tamarus St. #110, xoxobvenue.com/events.

Nevada Women's Film Festival This inaugural event showcases features, shorts, docs and animations—ranging from serious topics like immigration and sex trafficking to zombies and Sherlock Holmes-inspired dance—from local and international female filmmakers. March 14, noon-midnight, $8-$14, Baobab Stage at Town Square.

Innocence and Deviance UNLV MFA candidate Shelbi Schroeder addresses sexuality and body image through photography and performance in her thesis show at UNLV’s Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery. Through March 22; opening reception March 13, 6-9 p.m.


Burger Records Caravan Tour The garage-y Fullerton, California, label hosts its blowout Burgerama Four bash in Orange County later this month, but you can catch a few of its acts—like Gap Dream, Sarah Bethe Nelson, Blood Sister and Max Pain and the Groovies—a lot closer to home. March 14, 8 p.m., $10-$12, Bunkhouse Saloon.


Andiron Steak & Sea Kim Canteenwalla and Elizabeth Blau seem dedicated to making west-side dining great. Their brand-new project is a modern take on a traditional steak and seafood house. Downtown Summerlin.


Selection Sunday Get your errands done early and block out Sunday for the nerdiest, most obsessive sports happening of the year. You can print out an empty bracket ahead of time at sportingnews.com, if you’re that guy. March 15, CBS.

  • Among the handful of Nevada-based films screened at last week's shorts fest was a few music videos for local acts.

  • The group’s footprint here has included a Joint residency, Kiss by Monster Mini-Golf and Kiss-themed wedding packages.

  • It has become more political, with songs about the #MeToo movement and bias in the news. And its sound is noticeably more aggressive.

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