10 things to do for $10 this weekend, September 30-October 2
Ah yes, the fabled month-change weekend -- the most dreaded weekend of them all. You know that the bills are going to be due on Monday morning, the rent will need to be sent out early and you'll be left with no extra cash for the weekend. It's a good thing we've compiled this list of ten fabulous things you can do for less than $10 right here.
Shut Up LIttle Man! An Audio Misadventure at Denver FilmCenter (Friday, $7-$9.75)
The premise of Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure is simple enough -- two men are living in an apartment with paper-thin walls, so they decide to record the weirdness brimming over from next door. This film is a document of that, embracing the voyeurism and running with it.
Grawlix at Avenue Theater (Friday, $7)
It's hard to believe Grawlix has been kicking it live for nine months already. The whole thing has been in utero and waiting to pop out, and it looks like this month that might really happen. In this case, it's in the form of a Harvest Party, complete with a decorative table setting and the best autumn dick jokes you'll hear this year.
Neal Stephenson at Tattered Cover LoDo (Friday, free)
It should be pretty clear we're big fans of Stephenson's new book, Reamde, since we've already interviewed him and offered up a free copy of his book, so hopefully this is already on your itinerary. If not, it should be, because Reamde is one of the smartest thrillers to hit the stands in a long time. Plus, he has an awesome, gigantic goatee.
Horeshoe Craft & Flea Market at Moore Olinger Howard Chapel parking lot (Saturday, free)
Denver loves craft swaps and flea markets, and the Horseshoe Craft & Flea Market is one of the biggest. If you're looking to buy or sell handmade goods, this is the place to do it this weekend. It's also probably your last chance to hit up an outdoor swap this year, so make good use of it.