Local Services in New York City

75% Off Therapeutic Life Coaching

Livable Lovable Life

Hotel Belleclaire - Broadway Meeting Room

$300 $75

Women gather for group sessions with guidance from a professional life coach who blends modern and psychotherapeutic techniques

65% Off NY Real Estate Licensing Course

Ivy Real Estate Education

Garment District

$425 $149

75-hour licensing course informs students interested in buying or selling real estate with a professional instructor & flexible curriculum

45% Off Singing Lessons

Krowne Vocal Coaching Nyc

Garment District

$75 $41

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Unlock the Mysterious and Mystical Secrets of The Tarot

Unlock the Mysterious and Mystical Secrets of The Tarot

Prospect Heights

$50 $50

Over tea, Donna Henes teaches you how the tarot deck is organized and what each card means, followed by a mini reading

50% Off Denim Repair and Tailoring at Denim Therapy

Denim Therapy

Garment District

$40 $20

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Denim experts repair holes and tears in jeans, replace zippers and buttons, and help jeans fit better with hemming and tailoring services

54% Off Watch Repair

Kipliani & Co

New York

$13 $6

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Up to 83% Off Career Tech Training

Jobconnectus Training Institute

Midtown South Central

$648 $149

Students prepare for careers with courses in social media science, A/V communication, health sciences, finance, and business

55% Off Webpage-Design Consulting

Firefly Designs + Communications, Inc.

New York

$220 $99

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Up to 55% Off at Vocal Boot Camp

Vocal Boot Camp

Shetler Studios

$199 $98

Vocal coach builds confident singing through endurance, ear-training, breath, and projection exercises seven days a week

Up to 66% at Travel Masters Academy

Travel Masters Academy

New York

$100 $39

Courses help travelers earn numerous frequent flyer miles without leaving the ground, & redeem them for nearly free flights around the world

50% Off Language Course - Mandarin

Ibridge Language Llc

New York

$40 $20

This one-hour basic Mandarin class will teach you Chinese commonly used in social settings.

51% Off Persian and Farsi Language Course

NY Persian Cultural Center

Crown Heights

$1,130 $550

Over the course of 15 90-minute classes, students learn to speak Persian and Farsi with an emphasis on Persian culture

Up to 56% Off at Psychic Readings By Lisa

Psychic Readings By Lisa

New York

$60 $30

Experienced psychic uses readings to offer spiritual advice and answer client questions about love, life, and work in a calming atmosphere

Up to 61% Off at Psychic Readings by Angel

Psychic Readings by Angel

New York

$50 $20

25 year experienced psychic and love specialist offers insight into love life, career and the future

Up to 61% Off Painless Public Presenting and Speaking Course

AT Motion

New York

$125 $49

Public presenting course teaches confidence in public-speaking ability through posture and body language using the Alexander Technique

85% Off Resumé and Cover Letter

Career Success Institute

Clinton

$397 $59

HR executives and CPRW-certified writers help you craft a resumé and cover letter that addresses the expectations of prospective employers

50% Off Language Lessons

Pandamanda

Tribeca

$100 $50

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Up to 61% Off Matchmaking Services

The Dating Ring

Multiple Locations

$45 $19

Hand-selected groups based on an initial matchmaker meeting meet for first-date drinks

55% Off Marketing Consulting

Increase Website Traffic

SoHo

$99 $45

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Housing Works runs a family of Thrift shops and a bookstore cafe, throughout New York City. All of which provide funding for lifesaving services for indivuduals living with HIV and AIDS.

730 5th Ave
New York,
NY
US

Since 1976, Manhattan Mini Storage has freed up the closet space of more than 200,000 New Yorkers with units spread throughout the borough. Three months of access to Manhattan Mini Storage's dimensioned 4'x4'x4' compartment gives the space-starved enough room for approximately 10–15 medium-sized boxes, plus clothing, sporting equipment, and small items. All storage spaces come standard with around-the-clock video security, and year-round accessibility with exclusive off-street parking. For oversized handbag and baseball-card collections, the storage company offers larger units, some sizable enough to fit an apartment's worth of furnishings or a decade’s supply of french toast. A concierge service assists in the logistics of the move for an additional cost, helping to keep the stress of moving low.

Manhattan Mini Storage has the space and time to accommodate overstocked packrats and urban rolling stones alike. Availability varies by location, so please phone ahead before making promises to your lawn furniture or Flag Day decorations. In the interest of full disclosure, feel free to check out the company's FAQ page online.

543 W 43rd St
New York,
NY
US

Founded by Arthur L. Carter in 1987, The New York Observer combines behind-the-scenes reporting and insightful commentaries to keep the people abreast of the latest goings-on about town. Published every Wednesday, the weekly's features delve into national and citywide politics. Columns such as Kevin Baker's politically focused Shrinking Brain and Nina Burleigh's women's-issues-based The Bombshell take a more opinionated approach to the headlines. The Wall Street section examines the market's recent ups and downs, Betabeat profiles the figures behind the tech industry, and the real estate pages reveals the newest occupants of popular city properties. As GalleristNY chronicles the New York art world, the rest of the culture section offers takes on art exhibitions, theatrical productions, concerts, films, and up-and-coming pigeons in the park.

321 W 44th St
New York,
NY
US

You might recognize Chef Okadaman—after all, he’s in an Allman Brothers tribute band and his face is plastered onto the side of the Okadaman food truck that can be seen meandering through Midtown. Like his facility with complicated melodies and rhythms on the bass guitar, Chef Okadaman assembles virtuosic lunch entrees such as fried octopus dumplings drizzled with Japanese mayo and okonomiyaki, a savory pancake densely topped with squid, bacon, and kimchi that inspired a CBS.com food blogger to call it “one of the most beautifully presented lunches [he’s] eaten, truck or not.” The chef either buys each of his dishes’ components locally or flies them in from Japan in tribute to his respect of fine ingredients, tradition, and a 747’s need for a tasty meal. To catch a meal nearby, diners can check the truck’s location online.

120 E 16th St
New York,
NY
US

Featured in numerous television and online media, the Sassy City Chicks Fashion Bash showcases trendy apparel from more than 50 designers, as well as accessories from chic lines such as Jay Clay Jewelry, Divine Sole Boutique, and Frederick's of Hollywood. Style mavens descend on the event to sample cocktails and relax in an onsite spa lounge. Visitors also take advantage of discounts on handbags and accessories from locally based brands. At the end of the day, select attendees go home with eco-friendly, reusable tote bags, which are filled with coupons, certificates, and at least $30 worth of beauty products from brands such as Pureology and TanTowel, including lip balm, compact mirrors, and envy balm to apply directly to the eyes of coworkers jealous of your ensemble.

7 West 34th Street
New York,
NY
US

"This is a candy shop for creativity," Make Meaning's CEO, Dan Nissanoff, told New York Family. The crafting hotspot, named the Best Crafting Hub by New York Magazine, boasts a dizzying range of activities. Inside the brightly lit confines, youngsters and adults can make candles, jewelry, and soap. They can also paint ceramic pieces, create paintings on canvas, and decorate cakes.

The inspiration behind the business? The connections that Nissanoff made with his family when they worked on craft projects together. In order to offer that up to other families, he created Make Meaning, where he and his staff lead guests through craft projects, organize special events from corporate gatherings to birthday parties, and encourage inventiveness and fun.

329 Columbus Ave
New York,
NY
US