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The 10 best cheap things to do this week, thank you edition

1. Get dark at Film Noir Mondays, dedicated to bringing to light lesser-known and obscure films that fit Film Noir cinema, where the movie titles are not revealed beforehand, keeping the audience in total darkness. (Monday, Film Noir Cinema, $10)

2. Laugh with the ladies at Isn’t She Funny: A Standup Comedy Show with a Dude-Free Lineup, a comedy show brought to you by Carly Montag, Marisa Riley, and Emily Walsh with a hot, hilarious, lineup of non-male comedians. (Monday, Baby Grand Greenpoint, FREE)

3. Drink a choco-lot at Cacao Ceremony: Aligning To Our Destiny Frequency and open your heart fully and rise together through the food of the gods, Cacao, with teaching through sharing and experiencing around the medicine of the heart. (Tuesday, Anima Mundi Apothecary, $35)

4. Step up your potluck game at Thanksgiving Troubleshooting and join the author of The Friendsgiving Handbook to ask your holiday food conundrums while trying spiced cider samples. (Tuesday, Archestratus Books + Foods, FREE)

5. Chill out before seeing family at Game Night and spruce up your game skills before taking on family, or just have a chill night with some friendly laid back competition. (Wednesday, Getaway Brooklyn, FREE)

6. Dance while giving back at Dancegiving Coat Drive and keep yourself warm on the dance floor and bring a new or lightly used coat (or two) to donate to keep a fellow New Yorker warm. (Wednesday, Friends and Lovers, $10 suggested)

7. Dance off the calories at Dirty Thursday: Dirty Turkeys for a night of gratitude, pumpkin pie, food coma nap zone, scrumptious beats, and dance floor gluttony. (Thursday, House of Yes, FREE)

8. Shake off the tryptophan at Vinyl Please, with special guest DJs Constar and Jay Prouty, and resident DJs KO and b2b Emma. (Thursday, TBA Brooklyn, FREE)

9. Hear all about My Hometown, where native New Yorkers Ilana Michelle Rubin and Lana Schwartz invite some of the city’s funniest comedians to talk about the weirdness of their hometowns. (Friday, Union Hall, $8-10)

10. Your first beer is on the house at Karen Comedy where accomplished comedians Leah Bonnema, Mohanad Elshieky, Alison Leiby and more will take the stage to make you laugh. (Friday, Pine Box Rock Shop, FREE)

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