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Enjoy the end of April by wrapping up some bargain entertainment. You can enjoy a concert with amateurs and pros alike, find out your booze IQ and meet an important figure on Denver's comedy scene. As always, visit the Westword calendar for more events.

We Are Change Open Mic featuring Grim&Darling
Journeys For a Conscious Living
6 p.m. Monday, free
Start your week in a positive way. Be inspired by the interview with musician and medicine maker Shaela Noella, who kicks off the evening. After that, everyone is welcome to share poetry and music, so work up your courage and get up there. The night concludes with a performance by Grim&Darling, a fun local folk-hop duo.

Ratio Quiz Show: Booze Edition
Ratio Beerworks
8 p.m. Tuesday, free
Sure, you drink the stuff on every day that ends with Y, but how much do you really know about those sweet, sweet intoxicants? Gather your smartest drinking buddies to face off against a panel of "experts" at this quiz that will pour out questions about liquor. If the audience can pull off a win, the prizes will be oh so nice, and probably booze-related. Grab a beer and start studying.
Talkin' Shop with Wende Curtis
Mutiny Information Cafe
7 p.m. Thursday, free
Anthony Crawford hosts the show that keeps you in the know about the local comedy scene, and this edition will take you behind the scenes, because Crawford's guest is Wende Curtis, owneer of the Comedy Works. Hear her tales of starting out at the iconic venue as a waitress, and the funny aces she's hosted. You're going to enjoy this so much you'll want to relieve it again; you can download the Talkin' Shop podcast here

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