10 Things to Do for Less Than $10 in NYC This Week

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Wednesday, March 12

[Lit] Mind Reading: Brain Awareness Week presents a panel with Elissa Schappell, Leslie Jamison, Miles Klee and more. "From empathy to epilepsy, from cognitive disorders to the mystery of memory, an evening of writing that draws on -- and deviates from -- what we know about the brain." Also featured are fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from Stefan Merrill Block, Meehan Crist, Timothy Donnelly, Leslie Jamison, Miles Klee, Elissa Schappell, and Lynn Schmeidler. At 7 p.m., Housing Works Bookstore, SoHo, free.

[Sex & Fetish] The Shelter's latest installment of its ongoing Peep Show series showcases the world of fetish. Enjoy tonight's "stripped down" theatre. At 7:30 p.m., The Bell House, Brooklyn, $10.

[Party] Famous In Bushwick is a new brand/monthly party that curates art and installations while creating an interactive experience for its attendees through live music, visual media, performance and live art. Tonight's party hosted by Gold Street Collective includes sets by DJ CFLO, Dylan Cole, and The Gent, and live performance Dai Burger. Also expect a surprise live art and visual media element. At 10 p.m., Sutra Lounge, East Village, free.

[Comedy] The Lottery randomly selects students from all levels of UCB Training Center classes to perform with the UCB Theatre house team. Some students will be selected randomly in advance for a free rehearsal. Other students will be selected from the audience on the night of the show, hosted by Lou Gonzalez and Erik Tanouye. At 10 p.m., Upright Citizens Brigade, Chelsea, $5.

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