If your bank account is like the what's left of 2013 — dwindling — then we've got you covered. And if you've got a resolution to save money, you can thank us twice.
Monday Stop by the Rebekah Jacob Gallery to see Kevin Taylor's Inner Wilderness exhibit, which ends its run on Dec. 31.
Tuesday So, today is kind of a big deal to some people. But if you don't have the funds to shell out for the fancy shindigs, fret not. There's an abundance of money-less (and fuss-free) parties to help ring in 2014. You can hit up the family-friendly Happy New Year, Charleston event. Or see some flippity-floppities drop on Folly. There's also a healthy alternative with a New Year's Eve run. And a number of bars won't have covers and some will even have champagne toasts, including Warehouse, Voodoo, Trayce's Too, the Royal American, Art's Bar and Grill, Blind Tiger, and the Recovery Room.
Wednesday If you need to wash away your sins from the night before, might we suggest two polar bear plunges for you. Sullivan's hosts one to benefit the Special Olympics, and Folly is having a Bill Murray themed one.
A nice hike may also be just what you need — if you can walk straight.
Thursday Give your liver a break and work on your abs with open-mic comedy night at Sparians.
Friday Two nights of laughs are better than one. The On a Roll comedy show is back again this week.
We think some culture is the best way to start the new year, like with First Fridays.
Saturday Browse the vinyl selection at Monster Music, and if you have a few dollars to spend, you get 20 percent off your purchase.
Sunday Stave off the work-week blues with a dose of comedy at Big Gun Burger Shop.