Get bitchy with Backstitch Bitch, a vendor at this year’s Horseshoe Market.
As your allergies keep reminding you, spring is in full swing in Denver, which also kicks off event season. This week, get to know lowrider culture at Museo de las Americas, find gifts for loved ones at the Horseshoe Market, make tortillas for a good cause or catch a comedy or art show. It’s all in the 21 best events of the week!
Tuesday, May 8
Between climate change, the threat of nuclear war and capitalism’s inequities, the future’s looking pretty bleak for the next generation. What’s the solution? Resistance, argue Noam Chomsky and legendary Alternative Radio host and progressive interviewer extraordinaire David Barsamian in their new book, Global Discontents. Barsamian will be speaking about the book he co-authored with the famed linguist and dean of anarchism (and frequent guest on Barsamian’s show), how to resist the Trump administration, the cozy relationship between media and propaganda, and other topics at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 8, at the Mercury Cafe, 2199 California Street. For more information about this free event, go to alternativeradio.org.
Watch lowriders in action at Museo de las Americas.
Make tortillas for a good cause at Tortillas for Tepeyac.
The OtterBox Digital Dome Theater hosts
The Horseshoe Market returns with goods for all ages!