The cheap entertainments in New York City this week

October 11, 2018 - By Justin Balkhi

If you don’t have much money, but you want to do something interesting this week, it does not mean you have to watch more TV or read more books.

While it is hard to believe, but New York can be cheap sometimes, and even free.

For example, there is a 15 dollars entrance for How We Got So Biased, which is the first public talk in a series called Cramming for the Midterms.

There will be five talks in general, and all of them cost 50 dollars. It is hosted by FiveThirtyEight standup comedian and researcher Ph.D. Andrea Jones-Rooy.

There will be very interesting guests as well, including Amanda Clarke and Amanda Septimo, who will discuss the situation with bias and how it affects politics, and the more important how to deal with it.

Join discussion on October 10, at 6.30 pm.

If you are willing to pay 25 bucks, welcome to Somi’s Jazz concert this Wednesday at Le Poisson Rouge. If you still don’t know who she is, google for recent winner of NAACP Image Award for the outstanding jazz album.

Have less than 20 bucks? Well, you can go to Quiet Cardio and Dance Class Trio Workout on Thursday at 7.30 pm. Just go to the Crunch Fitness Studio, and don’t worry, they promise it will be quiet. There will be headphones and very direct instructions from fitness teachers. You can always choose from three different types of music and three different teachers.

And yet, with less money, you can go and eat ice cream at New York City Dessert Fest. Just pay 12 dollars for entrance, which already includes 1 dessert for free and beverage on Saturday at Sound River Studios.

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