Things to Do

Ten Things to Do in Denver for Under $10 (Seven Free), January 27-29

It's a fire party this weekend.
It's a fire party this weekend. Brandon Marshall

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Propaganda! Featuring Adam Cayton-Holland
The Soiled Dove Underground
8 p.m. Friday, $10

The Underground has a local all-star comedy lineup Friday night. Nathan Lund, Rachel Weeks and Ian Douglas Terry will hold down the stage until it's time for us to be blessed with the hilarity of Adam Cayton-Holland. Eric Henderson hosts the party, so come on through.

Denver7 New Year New You Expo
Colorado Mills
10 a.m. Saturday, free

They say it's best to wait a while into the new year to accomplish your resolutions, so it's perfect timing to explore new options in health, wellness, beauty, culture, finance, home improvement and more. Treat yourself to a complimentary chair massage or seven-minute makeover. Lace Morris of The Bachelor fame will be on hand as well.

Road to the American Woman
Shine Restaurant & Gathering Place
11:30 a.m. Saturday, donations
Alyssandra Nighswonger and Nicolassa Galvez are on a three-week cross-country trip, collecting stories from women for a documentary about what it means to be a woman in this country. It's empowering, inclusive, important and really fun. Join the group to share your stories about what it means to be a strong woman in the United States. You can also follow their journey on their blog and check out the event happening in Denver if you can't make it to Boulder.

Comedy Saved the Video Star
Mutiny Information Cafe
10 p.m. Saturday, free

A mashup night of comedy and music, because that stuff just goes together. Silas Coursón, Aaron Maslow,
Mara Wiles and Adam Cayton-Holland will share some jokes and their favorite music videos, so we can discuss what makes them so special. It's a throwback to the TRL days, so you have to check it out.

Sunday School for Atheists: Resistance and Revolution
McNichols Building
11 a.m. Sunday, free
Resistance is a hot topic, given our political climate, and there are fierce debates about how to resist properly, which gives us something to talk about. Welcome civil-resistance scholar Erica Chenoweth, and people who have participated in recent demonstrations, including Standing Rock and the Occupy movement. If you want to make a difference in this world, today's event would be a good place to think about how to do that.
Girls! Girls! Girls!
Clocktower Cabaret
7 p.m. Sunday, $10

Wrap up your weekend with giggles delivered by Nancy Norton, Stephanie McHugh, Janae Burris and headliner Nora Lynch. This all-ladies lineup is the perfect way to laugh your way back into the work week.
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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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