Things To Do

Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

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3. Raggy Monster Album and Lavola Vinyl Release Party

9 p.m., Saturday, December 20, at Respectable Street Cafe, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Cover is $10 with a free copy of the new Raggy Monster album with $5 going toward Lavola's merch table or just a $5 cover. Visit Facebook.

Lavola and Raggy Monster are all on our minds right now at New Times. Lavola's latest release made our best of 2014 local albums list and Raggy Monster is one act we were tickled to hear are staying together. Special guests Johnny Raincloud and the Downers and the Psymatics will be joining these two acts in celebrating their awesome albums at Respectables. This is a show not to be missed.

See also: Raggy Monster Is Staying Together and Back with New Album

2. Third Annual Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl

7 p.m., Friday, December 19, Downtown Himmarshee, SW Second St. and SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale. $10 cover. Visit Facebook.

What if every time you drank, it was for a good cause? That would save the world, we thinks.

Tonight you can start on this fantasy endeavor at the Third Annual Ugly Sweater Bar Crawl. Ten bucks for the crawl goes toward Wilton Manors' nonprofit Kids in Distress. The debauchery starts at Bull Market and continues to other fun Himmarshee spots.

Make sure your reindeer adorned and tinsel covered tacky sweater reaches full ugly potential; there will be an an ugly sweater contest with prizes for both the ugliest and the sexiest sweater. If you want to continue drinking for charity, SantaCon is the next night.

Ho, ho, ho!

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Natalya Jones