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HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ returns Sunday. Excited yet?

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Game of Thrones If you’ve read Book 3 of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, you know the Red Wedding only got the party started. And if you haven’t, well, hang on tight. The HBO show returns for a fourth season of bloodshed, deception and dragons. Sundays, 9 p.m.; season premiere April 6.

The Unbelievers Noted atheist Penn Jillette is just one of the celebrities interviewed in the documentary The Unbelievers, which follows atheist authors and activists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss. Jillette will host a screening and discussion with both of them. April 3, 7:30 p.m., Cox Pavilion, $20-$60.

Contemporary Arts Center’s 25th annual juried show In what could be the CAC’s final exhibit (see Page 13), John Seed, arts blogger for the Huffington Post and professor of art and art history at Mt. San Jacinto College, serves as guest juror. Check out his picks. Through April 25.

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51s baseball — one of the best excuses ever to have a beer.

Las Vegas 51s The home town rings in the new season the right way—with dollar beers! (And with an eight-game homestand against Fresno and Sacramento.) April 3-5 & 7-10, 7 p.m.; April 6, noon; $10-$25; Cashman Field.

Mini Maker Faire A celebration of DIY ingenuity, this family-friendly festival showcases local “makers” and their creations—from robot hordes to comfy porch swings (from which you can control the robot hordes!). April 5, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., $10 adults, $8 kids, Learning Village, 715 Fremont St.

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Kurt Cobain tribute show Twenty years after the world lost the alt-rock icon, locals like Wax Pig Melting, Dusty Sunshine and The All-Togethers gather to pay tribute with covers from Nirvana’s catalog. April 5, 9 p.m., $5, Backstage Bar & Billiards.

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Las Vegas Chocolate Festival Chocolatiers and pastry chefs converge at the Shops at Crystals for a super-sweet evening to benefit Nevada Ballet Theatre. Participants include Sugar Factory, Payard and Jean Philippe Patisserie. April 5, 9-11 p.m., $45-$99, sincitychocolatefestival.com.

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