The 10 best cheap things to do this week, paper edition

See Jen Kirkman give you the laughs (#6). Photo via.

1. Chew on this at The Dish on Sustainable Food and Blissful Eating for a delectable evening of conversation as actress Debi Mazar and chef Gabriele Corcos chew on edible topics of all kinds, particularly their commitment to the food sustainability movement. (Monday, Brooklyn Historical Society, $15)

2. LOL IRL at Isn’t She Funny, a weekly comedy showcase that brings you a hot, hilarious, dude-free lineup with the best and brightest comics New York has to offer. (Monday, Baby Grand Greenpoint, FREE)

3. Come ready to connect at Creative Humans Networking Mixer, a chance to connect with fellow art, fashion, design, production, and other creative industry go-getters, with hors d’oeuvres, music, drinks, and all-around positive vibes. (Tuesday, 4th Floor Studios, $10)

4. Answer your own questions at What Can I Do?, a night of music, comedy, and community to stay informed, engaged, and de-stressed about the 2020 election, featuring Bunny Michael, Dee Nasty, The Weekend Ladies, and more. (Tuesday, Starr Bar, $10 suggested)

5. Get your zymology on with Making Sauerkraut & Fermented Veggies and learn the basic science behind making sauerkraut, why it’s good for you, and we’ll  teach you how to make it yourself. (Wednesday, Brooklyn Brainery, $40)

6. Laugh again with Jen Kirkman who’s back in town with an hour of comedy that you haven’t already seen on Netflix, off of her stint as a writer for two seasons of Mrs. Maisel. (Wednesday, The Bell House, $30)

7. Decompress with a view at The Chill | Rooftop Session and recharge with an evening of self-healing practices on a roof by blending restorative/yin yoga, live sound meditation, breathwork with essential oils, reiki, and hands-on therapeutic adjustments. (Thursday, Lightning Society Lofts, $25)

8. Calling all horoscope junkies for Her NYC: Queer Rising, where you’ll be given a custom zodiac sticker to rep your sign that’ll tell you which queer cuties to find on the dance floor and who to avoid like mercury in retrograde. (Thursday, 3 Dollar Bill, $20)

9. Grab slices and scoops at The Dumbo Pizza Party, where attendees can try slices from multiple pizza shops and various ice creameries in the area for only $2 per slice or scoop. (Friday, Archway under the Manhattan Bridge, FREE)

10. Avoid paper cuts at The Great Paper Show Opening Reception, an exhibition that is showcasing works on paper by more than 30 different artists, all with various styles and techniques, with refreshments from New Belgian Brewing. (Friday, Court Tree Gallery, FREE)

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