Thursday | 3
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY TOURNAMENT
Our host Jasper wants to hear your funniest, most ducked-up CAH card plays, so invite your funniest friends (only) for the chance to win a $50 Duck Foot Gift Certificate for your team! Assemble your team of 6ish people and email [email protected] to sign up your team. We can ONLY take reservations for large teams (5 and up) and team space is limited...so get your team going! We’ll take walk-up teams of 2 or more the day of, starting at 6:45pm if there are still team spots open. Food Truck: Chameleon Cuisine, 4-8pm
Friday | 4
From the Smithsonian about this traveling exhibition: “Our story starts with an Indian sailor who landed on the shores of Massachusetts in 1790, just 14 years after the Declaration of Independence. It includes workers who built railroads out west throughout the 19th century and families who form the backbone of California’s farms. The first Asian in Congress. The creator of Hotmail. Doctors. Cab drivers. Musicians. Athletes. And a lawyer named Gandhi.”
PASSAGE INTO FEAR
It’s 1917. They say World War I is winding down. Lillian Merriweather, mysterious dowager, doesn’t believe it. She boards a transcontinental passenger train from Venice, Italy, to Zurich, Switzerland, and claims to know a plot of international magnitude. No one believes her — until she disappears.
ROCK ART ALONG THE BORDER
La Rumorosa Rock Art Along the Border will be presented by Don Liponi, who was introduced as a teenager by his father to the spiritual nature of the desert. Almost none of the sites or photographs discussed have ever been published. This largely shamanistic and spiritual artform has provided guidance to the Kumeyaay-Tipai people and their ancestors.
Sunday | 6
THE DWARVES AT TATTOO AFTER PARTY
- Sunday, May 6, 2018, 8 p.m.
2501 Kettner Boulevard,
$20 - $22
The San Diego Tattoo Invitational After Party is headlined by Chicago’s punk heroes The Dwarves, who’ve been making politically incorrect music since the mid-1980s. (It’s true that the music sometimes takes a backseat to intentionally provocative stunts like faking a guitarist’s death and offering George W. Bush a campaign theme song called “River City Rapist.”) The bill features local openers, including Lemon Grove punkers the Widows, paisley underground rockers the Loons, and noise-punk trio Keepers.