$5 – $10 – $20: An entertainment guide for the cash-strapped college student

If you have $5

What, checking out all the other guys and girls at HellWell isn’t good enough for you? If you’re a fan of yoga and looking for some new scenery, Yoga Week is a chance to try something new. Various yoga studios throughout D.C. are offering $5 classes. It’s a nice change of pace from swiping your GWorld each time you want to work out. See which studios are participating at www.dcyogaweek.com.

If you have $10

Filmfest DC, the city’s international film festival, is ending this weekend – so go check out some unique cinema before it’s too late. Tickets are $9 for each screening, with films from Armenia to Turkey and everywhere in between. Featured films spotlight Brazilian filmmakers and the hip-hop culture in movies. For a schedule and list of films, go to www.filmfestdc.org.

If you have $20

Reading Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” was probably the raunchiest your AP English assignments ever got in high school. Now, you can giggle all over again at jokes about flatulence and “The beast with two backs,” except this time, at the Kennedy Center. Regular tickets are $26, but student tickets are available for performances all weekend.

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