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Explore the iconic landmarks and hidden gems of NYC through immersive guided tours, where participants will learn about the city's rich history, diverse culture, and architectural marvels. Discover the stories behind famous sites like Times Square, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty, while also uncovering lesser-known neighborhoods and untold tales of the Big Apple.

Unfortunately, no classes in-person in NYC have spots left, but 1 class live online is available.

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Improving Communications @ Virtual Classroom

Learn the art of organizing ideas and communicating clearly in order to run productive, engaging meetings that inspire genuine dialogue and increase performance satisfaction. Register now for this training and unlock the rewards of efficient and impactful meetings.

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Been There, HAVEN'T Done That

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Anyone can tell you how to get to a destination for the least amount of money, when to go, and where to go — the well-known sites to see. However, if you want to see great unknown sites (even unknown to many natives) in familiar destinations — and great unknown sites in unknown destinations around the world — or around the corner — you can listen to Professor Barry Goldsmith's popular weekly travel radio show Been There, HAVEN'T Done...

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$105

3 sessions

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How to Stock Your Kitchen Pantry (Virtual Learning)

Home Cooking New York @ Virtual Classroom, New York, NY

Do you need help demystifying all the food choices in the supermarket? - Which foods are important to buy organic, and why? - How do I choose the best quality of meat/eggs/dairy at the grocery store? - Which ingredients should I stock in my pantry/fridge/freezer, to make cooking easier/more delicious? - Where should I store potatoes, tomatoes, apples, lettuce (everything!), so they last longer? - Which foods freeze well? Jennifer Clair, HCNY's...

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Thinking in Bets

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts Former World Series of Poker champion turned business consultant, Annie Duke, draws on examples from business, sports, politics, and (of course) poker to share tools anyone can use to embrace uncertainty and make better decisions. Even the best decision doesn't yield the best outcome every time. There's always an element of luck that you can't control, and there is always...

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How to Collect Sports Memorabilia

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Join expert, Les Wolff, as he discusses how to properly collect, invest, protect and preserve sports memorabilia.

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True Tuscany: A Talk, Tasting, and Virtual Tour

92nd Street Y @ 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY

Join Jim and Melissa Benson, the nationally recognized chef & design duo behind Eleven Courses catering and event company, as they take us on a virtual and culinary journey through Tuscany. Learn about the history of Tuscan cuisine, get tips on how to prepare classic Tuscan dishes like Pappardelle with Wild Boar Ragout and Cantucci, while tasting a sample Ribollita and the perfect Tuscan wines to pair with these popular dishes.

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Somatic Techniques to Improve Your Inner Life

New York Open Center @ 22 E 30th St, New York, NY

Discover how empowering self-relating’s somatic techniques can improve your inner life. Caryn has developed ten self-relating principles to resolve unconscious inner conflicts, inhibitions, shame, and trauma. This approach harnesses neuroscience, somatic awareness, heart chakra presence, internal/external movement, and embodied techniques. Through a combination of experiential and embodied exercises, pair explorations, and group work, we tune...

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$170

5 sessions

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Online Workshop: Documenting in Quarantine

DCTV @ Online Classroom, New York, NY

Do you want to document your community coming together to support vulnerable neighbors? Or interview friends around the world to compare their experiences? Or maybe make a video journal of your personal insights on being at home? At this fraught time, there are so many stories to tell at all levels – stories about governance, science, or community, about the people who are impacted, at risk, or doing their best to help. With this online workshop,...

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$170

6 sessions

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Ethical and Legal Responsibilities in Documentary

DCTV @ 87 Lafayette St, New York, NY

Workshop that examines all the ethical and legal responsibilities in documentary making. How to avoid defamation lawsuits. Consulting defamation and libel lawyers. Licensing and fair use laws and regulations.  When to consult defamation and libel lawyers. Truth and accuracy - the best defense. The ethical and legal obligations in the way you edit the material. How to avoid manipulating or misleading in filming and editing. Accuracy, accuracy...

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Living a Luminous Life

New York Open Center @ 22 E 30th St, New York, NY

We are all aware of the impact of sunlight on plant growth and development, but few of us know that a plant actually “sees” where light is emanating from and positions itself to be in optimal alignment with light. This phenomenon is not just occurring in the plant kingdom—humans are also fundamentally directed by light, the same light that spiritual traditions refer to as God and physicists describe as the energy underlying creation. This animating...

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A Solution-Oriented Approach to Decoding Dreams

New York Open Center @ 22 E 30th St, New York, NY

Learn the dream methods of Perls, Freud, Jung, and Adler, as well as how to see and interpret symbols, emotions, and the atmospheres of dreams. You will come to understand how remembered dreams are there to help us resolve issues regarding relationships, work, and daily life.  We will examine recurrent dreams and their purpose; why we have nightmares; what sex dreams are about; the meaning of falling, flying, or dying in a dream; and what steps...

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The Last Great Act of Love: End of Life Planning

New York Open Center

The last great act of love we will undertake is to put our affairs in order prior to our deaths.  In this webinar, students will learn the practical, legal, and emotional considerations in end of life planning and begin answering the questions that will lead to tangible documents to catalogue the most significant details of the end of their lives.   End of life planning often seems like an insurmountable but necessary task which is...

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Sustainable Food Spotlight

Be Social Change @ 10 Hudson Yards, New York, NY

The Sustainable Food Spotlight brings together experts, practitioners, and thought-leaders from innovative food and drink companies to share new business models, current challenges and opportunities within the food system, and lessons learned while working to bring healthy and sustainable products to your table. This month’s theme is Bringing Healthy, Eco-Friendly Options to Market. Come early to network with like-minded people from the Be Social...

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Future of Serving Underserved Communities

Be Social Change @ 424 W 54th St, New York, NY

How can we better serve New Yorkers who don’t have the same access to basic services? 40% of New York City households lack the income to cover needs like food, rent, healthcare, and childcare. Meanwhile, the price of basic needs is growing nearly three times the rate of wage increases. Hear from organizations like Con Edison and Neighborhood Trust who are driving change and serving the people of New York to learn how each one of us can advocate...

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Online Office Hours: Docu Gear

DCTV @ Online Classroom, New York, NY

Want to use this time to research cameras or microphones for your next doc project? Have a few tech questions that you’ve been struggling with? Do you miss the advice that our Equipment Rentals Manager can provide? Drop-in to our virtual office hours where you can interact with a knowledgeable staff member who will help answer any gear-related questions you may have. This is an Online office hours opportunity that will offer invaluable...

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DIY - Learn How to Paint Workshop: Tricks of the Trade

Restoration Oak, Inc @ 133 Glenwood Rd, Glenwood Landing, NY

Discover the secrets to painting like a pro with this hands-on workshop led by a seasoned expert. Learn essential tools, techniques, and tricks of the trade to achieve flawless results every time. Don't miss the chance to save money and transform your space with confidence.

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$350

2 sessions

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Altered States of Consciousness

Lovelink @ 67 West St, Brooklyn, NY

A workshop on psychedelic integration through seminar and induced altered states without the use of psychoactive substances. Psychedelic, meaning “mind manifesting” is an altered state of consciousness occurring with or without the use of psychoactive substances. We are seeing the rising popularity of psychedelics in scientific research as well as underground ceremonies, helping people experience profound healing, meaning, and interconnectedness. ...

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Sensory Connection: Explore Sensuality w/ Self-care

Antidote Apothecary + Tea Bar @ 242 Franklin St, Brooklyn, NY

Heightening the senses is an act of self-care, and by definition, sensual. Join Antidote Apothecary + Tea Bar and sex writer Sophie Saint Thomas (GQ, Glamour, Allure) as we guide you through different ways to practice love using the tools within and around you, such as feathers, silk, flowers, candles, and herbal concoctions. By depriving certain senses, such as draping a silk blind fold over the eyes, we allow other parts of ourselves, such as our...

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Young Professionals’ Night with Noona’s Ice Cream

The Korea Society @ 950 3rd Ave, New York, NY

The Korea Society and China Institute host a Happy Hour for Young Professionals, featuring Noona’s Ice Cream. Network with other Young Professionals and enjoy a collection of Korean-inspired ice creams, along with complimentary drinks and light fare.

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HIPAA & the Doula: What You May Not Know

Boober @ 182 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY

HIPAA and the Doula: What You May Not Know and How To Fix It Have you ever given your client a superbill? Do you have an NPI number? Either one of these actions transforms you into a HIPAA-covered entity, and now you have a whole lot of responsibilities under the law that you may not be aware of.  Join Annie Frisbie, author of Paperless Private Practice for the IBCLC and attorney Linda Strauss, Esq., and learn why doulas...

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