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A Rolling Stones holiday tribute show, Jerry Seinfeld and other stuff to do this week

Stoned for Christmas: Catch a tribute to Mick, Keith and the boys at the Bunkhouse.
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A Holiday Tribute to The Rolling Stones Don’t miss Killers’ bassist Mark Stoermer and his one-off act The Satanic Majesty—not to mention sets by The Astaires, Par and Same Sex Mary (to name a few), as they all pay homage to Ol’ Saint Mick. December 26, 9 p.m., free, Bunkhouse Saloon.


Various local theaters will screen holiday classic It's a Wonderful Life on Christmas Eve.

It’s a Wonderful Life Feeling ungrateful this Christmas? Learn to appreciate what you have by spending Christmas Eve watching the holiday classic starring Jimmy Stewart as depressed banker George Bailey. December 24, 2 & 7 p.m., $5, various local theaters.

Valentin Yordanov: Terminal A Vegas resident originally from Bulgaria, Yordanov has taken over the Winchester Cultural Center Gallery with large-scale geometric abstract paintings. Dynamic and visually powerful, they evoke urban landscapes and technical mapping. Through January 8.


Kwanzaa 2015 Give thanks for the good life at this two-day celebration of African values, culture and community, featuring a drum circle December 26, kemetic yoga December 27 and a bazaar and speakers both days. ​11 a.m., West Las Vegas ​Arts Center, 947 W. Lake Mead Blvd​.


Jerry Seinfeld If his only series had been Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, we’d still feel confident his chops were worth the price of admission. But of course, Seinfeld was in that other show, too … what was it called? Spend time with the guy from apartment 5A, a few days after Festivus. December 26 & 27, 7:30 p.m., $104-$165, the Colosseum.


Skyfall Lounge Staking a spot atop a Strip hotel tower for New Year’s Eve would make for a glorious evening, but why fight the crowds? Check out the recently reimagined Skyfall before the big night, and take in the desert sunset while sipping a cocktail with matching colors. Delano Las Vegas, 5 p.m.-midnight daily.

So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk Nog We already told you about Ellis Island Casino’s boozy eggnog—now it’s time to give vegan nog some love. Break out the brandy (or rum), add a little cinnamon and nutmeg and impress all of your holiday houseguests, vegan or not.

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