Things to Do

Ten Things to Do in Denver for Under $10 (Nine Free), March 10-12

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Guest List Comedy Showcase
The Bakery
8 p.m. Friday, $5

Aaron Urist, Cody Spyker, Tyrel Hartman and many more take the stage in a side-splitting night of improv and standup. You usually have to go to two separate places for that, but it's all under one roof tonight. It'll be live, maybe peppered with some video sketches and filled to the brim with special guests. Go on and have a laugh downtown.
Saturday Morning(ish) Cartoons
Mutiny Information Cafe
1 p.m. Saturday, free

Roll out of bed at the crack of noon and enjoy free cereal and coffee while having a laugh with Wile E. Coyote, Tweety Bird and the rest of the gang. Laughter is the best cure for a hangover, so head on over.

Marquis Mystery Movie Night
Marquis Theater
7 p.m. Saturday, free-$5

Netflix is pretty chill, but the problem is deciding what to watch. Thankfully the Marquis took the guesswork out of it; we just don't know what two movies have been picked. If you're 21 and up, you get in free, so bring a blanket and a bean bag, buy a beer or six, and reach the maximum comfort level.
The GirlyBoyz Present: Don't Wake Dad
Hooked on Colfax
7:30 p.m. Saturday, free

Nerd roastmasters Zach Reinert and Preston Tompkins team up with new acts Roger Stafford and Grayson Nite for a night of standup in a basement. Head to the downstairs of Hooked on Colfax to spend an evening in stitches.
Ratio Sessions: Beach Slang
Ratio Beerworks
4 p.m. Sunday, free

Brink a beer and hear some songs from Philadelphia-based Beach Slang. The musicians will be hanging out in the taproom at Ratio and talking to the Mostly Harmless podcast before their show at Summit Music Hall later in the evening. If you like what you hear at Ratio, you can pick up some discounted tickets to the concert.
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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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