Things to Do

10 Things to Do for $10 in Denver This Weekend (8 Free!), October 31-November 2

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Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia at Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (Friday-Sunday, $8) It's nice to be alive and to be able to see what Mark Mothersbaugh has been up to. A true ubermensch, he's been successful in music, invention, film and now art. The exhibit runs through April, but go now so you can say you were one of the first to see it.

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Drink No Evil at The Infinite Monkey Theorem (Friday, free) Sure, there's tons of places to party on this ghoulish night, but this particular party will have live tattooing. DJ's EJAY and IVY will be spinning everything spooky, funky and groovy. The wine in a can will be flowing next to a visual showing, presented by The Watcher. Get some ink, sip some drink and then get ready to dance

Lucinda Williams at Twist & Shout (Friday, free) A nice intimate session with legendary folk/country/rock singer and songwriter Lucinda Williams. Get there early, these things fill up quickly.

Untitled #72 (Supernatural) at Denver Art Museum (Friday, $10) A big empty museum sounds like the perfect place to get spooked. It may not be empty tonight -- although you can pretend -- but there will be plenty of events to keep the hairs on the back of your neck alert. Listen to ghost stories, channel dead artists with the help of a medium or race to get your hands on some Voodoo doughnuts.

Boulder Mall Crawl at Pearl Street Mall (Friday, free) People we're pretty bummed we didn't feature the Zombie Crawl on 10 for $10 a couple weeks back, so here's a similar event, just a little more un-undead.
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Alex Brown is a freelance writer from Denver, Colorado. You can find him around town falling off his skateboard, eating burritos and petting dogs.
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