Five Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach

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5. In the Biz

9 p.m. Sunday, February 22, at Living Room Bar & Lounge at the W Fort Lauderdale, 401 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. To RSVP, email kdauss@gerberbars.com.

Living Room is launching an "In The Biz" night this Sunday night. It's an upscale event for all you industry peeps out there and a somewhat of a delayed happy hour (or a very early one, if you will). The W will feature delightful drink specials like Ketel One bottles, a flute of Yellowtail, fluids in an old fashioned swing top bottle, or a Spicy Paloma cocktail. And there will be music spun by a Fort Laudy classic, DJ Mig.

To enjoy those ITB specials, bring in a paystub or proof of hospitality employment. This event lasts till 1 a.m., but don't stay out too late -- your hungover self still needs to head to work the next day.

4. Yoga in FAT Village

11 a.m., Sunday, February 22, at C&I Studios, 541 NW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Cover charge is $10 donation. Visit Facebook.

Ready to detox from that stressful week or a weekend of too much drinking? C&I Studios got yo' back. Check out the media company's yoga class taught by instructor Vanessa Munaretto. For an extra health boost, stay afterwards for a juicing demo by Life Extension Nutrition Center of Florida. You'll also do some good with that $10 cover, which doubles as a donation to Reach, C&I Studios' charity to benefit the needy in other countries such as Guatemala. Their second and next project is Africa.

3. Copa Reunion

11 a.m., Sunday, February 22, at SP Snyder Park, 3299 SW Fourth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. No cover. Visit Facebook.

Presented by Kaleidoscope Events, the Copa Reunion recognizes the famed Fort Laudrdale club's "Golden Age" (1975 to 1990). Copa, formerly located on US 1, was destroyed years ago by Hurricane Wilma. This event also celebrates the legalization of same sex marriages in Florida. In fact, those that show their wedding rings get a free glass of wine. With DJ Robbie Leslie on the turntables, it'll be a night of music, fun, and the celebration of Fort Lauderdale past.

2. Lake Worth Street Painting Festival

10 a.m., Saturday, February 21, at 10 a.m. to Sunday, February 22 at 7 p.m., Lake Worth Street Painting Festival, Lake and Lucerne Avenues, Downtown Lake Worth. No cover. Visit Facebook.

According to the Facebook event, the Lake Worth festival this Sunday literally involves painting the streets. Spanning for two days, the streets becomes a provisional picture of chalk art. Artists of all skill levels are welcome and participation as well as admission is free. Additional art forms such as music and food will also be happening.

1. Cupcake Burlesque Presents: Burlesque Roulette

10 p.m., Saturday, February 21, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach. Cover is $8 plus a small service fee. Visit Facebook.

The lovely ladies of Cupcake Burlesque will be hosting the Florida debut of Burlesque Roulette. This naughty event has the performers dancing to a randomly chosen songs by those spinning the Wheel of Guilty Pleasures. Consider this event the R rated, sexy version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? Hosted by Miss Jenna Beth and Patrick P. Smash, there will be tons of new talent on display.

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