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CHEAP THINGS TO DO

1 1905 Day at the Columbia: The celebrated Ybor restaurant will commemorate its 104th anniversary with a special menu garnished by old-fashioned prices. From noon until 7 p.m. Sunday guests can enjoy chicken and yellow rice "Ybor" for $2.95, boliche (eye round of beef) for $2.95, Merluza "A la Rusa" for $2.95, Columbia's Original "1905 Salad" for $1.95, sangria for 95 cents, flan for 50 cents and their American coffee for 5 cents. The offer is good at the Ybor City, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Clearwater Beach and Celebration locations.

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2 BikeFest: Motorcycle lovers can board the American Victory for live music, games, giveaways, a beer tent, motorcycle viewing, food and more from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday. The ship is docked at 705 Channelside Drive in Tampa. Free (food and drink extra).

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3 'It's Always Sunny' night: The Karma Cafe in Tampa is hosting a party for tonight's premiere of the absurdist FX sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, with program viewing (at 10 p.m.), preceded by a trivia contest and music by DJ Sei at 206 N Morgan St. in Tampa. Free.

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4 Bluesapalooza:They've got the swamp in Weeki Wachee, and now Hernando County has the boogie with its first blues festival featuring artists Josh Lamkin and Automatic Heat, Shaun Rounds Band, Sarasota Slim with Nitro and more. You'll also find craft vendors, food and an interactive kid zone. It runs from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon to 8 p.m. Sunday at the Anderson Snow Park and Sport Complex, 1360 Anderson Snow Road in Spring Hill. It's $5 per day, 12 and under free. Bring chairs or blankets, but no coolers. (352) 754-4031

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5 Living Things We Love to Hate: It's a movie night for the squeamish at Brooker Creek Preserve at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Slugs, snakes and bats are part of our everyday lives, but many of us still fear them. Well, no duh. But this movie tries to lightheartedly replace our revulsion with ecological understanding. Best for ages 8 and older at the preserve at 3940 Keystone Road, Tarpon Springs. Free.

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