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5 Under $5 This Weekend in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

OK, it's time to get real. With buying gifts for Christmas or Chanukah or Festivus (well, not really Festivus, as that would be a contradiction), our bank account is as empty as our consumerist souls.

Whether it's picking up shitty $10 Starbucks gift cards for people we don't even like or lavishly treating ourselves, our weekend budget needs to tighten up - a lot. To help ourselves and you, our dear readers, out, here is a list of five amazing things worth doing for dirt cheap this weekend.

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1. Speaking Volumes and Not Spices at Swamp Willy's

Friday, December 13, at Swamp Grass Willy's. 9910 Florida A1A, Alt #711, Palm Beach Gardens. Call 561-625-1555, or visit Facebook $5 admission.

Speaking Volumes and Not Spices play tonight with their rasta friendly sound. This is perfect for this South Florida winter. Yay for 80 degrees!

2. FREE LOVE charity fashion show with DJ Vinsane

Friday, December 13, at Delux.16 E Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Visit Facebook.

Fashion, music and charity for free dollars. That's $0.00, in case you didn't know.

3. This Shin Dig at Grease Burger, Beer, and Whiskey Bar

Friday, December 13, at Grease Burger, Beer and Whiskey Bar,

213 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach. Call 561-651-1075, or visit Facebook.

South Florida's Shin Dig plays at this cleverly titled bar, where you can, surprise, surpise, down a greasy burger, beer, and whiskey.

2. Live at C&I Studios Presents: Kids, Corey James Bost, and the Goddamn' Hustle

8 p.m. to midnight, Saturday, December 14, at C&I Studios, 541 NW 1st Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-357-3934, or visit Facebook.

Get a chance to check out the sexy library themed bar at C&I's Next Door all while jamming out to local bands -kids-, Corey James Bost, and the Goddamn' Hustle. You can sip on the elusive Edgar Allen Poe or Maya Angelou cocktails, because hey, you're sophisticated.

1. Loud Night! at Iwan Tobethebubble with the Killing Hours, Manifest Test Subject, Holly Hunt and Death Talisman VII

9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, December 13, at The Bubble, 810 NE 4 Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook" target="_blank">Facebook. $5 admission.

For just $5, see four bands in art's heart at Fat Village. Five bucks doesn't even get ya half a drink at most concerts!

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