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  • Boston Center for Adult Education
    The Boston Martial Arts Academy keeps participants engaged by combining classroom instruction with hand-to-hand, foot-to-foot, and face-to-mat demonstration classes and classroom lectures. Try out karate to get the Cobra Kais to leave you alone, or aikido to toss your opponent as easily as a used Kleenex. For more kosher kombat, learn Krav Maga like a member of the Israeli Defense Forces. Otherwise, spike your kicks with punches in tae kwon do, out-Keanu Keanu in kung fu, or learn how to pin another man to the ground and make him submit to you in Brazilian jiujitsu. You can also sample less-fighty disciplines such as capoeira and tai chi. Each participant must choose at least six classes to receive his or her certification at closing ceremonies.
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    122 Arlington Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Iris Reading
    There is now more writing available on the Internet than the sum of all books ever written by millions of monkeys at millions of typewriters. Gird yourself for the coming Reading Wars with today's Groupon to Iris Reading, the speed-reading school that trains literacy samurai. With this Groupon, $60 gets you a one-day, five-hour class (a $199 value), which is ideal for breaking old reading habits across the knee with a spinning, backbreaking bookmark and replacing them with more effective techniques. The courses include strategies for reading technical material and computer-screen speed-reading techniques, making it perfect for business professionals. Iris has taught speed-reading courses to HSBC, one of Europe?s largest banks, as well as other financial and professional firms. The average person in the United States reads about one Groupon per minute. Iris's website says that most students finish the Iris Reading Program reading two to five times faster without losing comprehension. That means an exceptional student could end up reading five Groupons per minute, which equal one ? la recherche du temps perdu per week. Speed reading is great for students who have heavy reading assignments, providing an excellent alternative to hauling massive books at trucker speed, wheelbarrow speed, and crane speed. With your new speed-reading skills, you'll be able to fly through embarrassing backlogs of Twitter and Facebook updates, perhaps discovering to your surprise that your sister is married. The skills and knowledge you'll gain from lightning-fast re-readings of survival manuals and ancient Mayan religious texts will also leave you handily prepared for the galactic alignment of 2012, providing an impressive advantage over business rivals. Iris is currently working with several public schools in Chicago to help students learn more efficient reading skills, and undergrads at New York University and the University of Chicago have successfully completed Iris courses and now spend less time on textbook reading and more time on dolphin racing. Classes are held in Boston's financial district on Saturdays and Sundays; click here for dates and times. Your Groupon gets you the five-hour course, which is much more thorough and promises higher results than the one-hour free classes Iris occasionally offers. Reviews Check out Iris Reading's website to view customer testimonials. Here are a few: Students have come to the workshops a little skeptical, but they all leave raving about what they learned and how they can use it. We have presented this workshop to all students from 1st years to graduate and professional, and they have all benefited. ? Kay Robinson, Assistant Director, Ohio Union, Ohio State University Thank you very much for all your help this year. You truly had a significant impact on my productivity as well as many others in Ariel?s research department. You should feel very proud of your contributions to Ariel. Thank you again. ? Jason Tyler, Portfolio Manager, Ariel Capital Management The experience and outcome was phenomenal! The average student in the class began reading 239 words per minute and ended reading 457 words per minute ? results were nearly doubled. ? Debra Carson, Program Coordinator, Chicago Summer Business Institute
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    821 Washington Street
    Boston, MA US
  • The North Star
    Enjoy traditional American cuisine at The North Star, home of American comfort food. Come prepared to feast at The North Star — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Just because you're out on the town doesn't mean you have to miss the game. TVs are on in the bar area to give you all the latest scores. Ideal for birthday parties or other large get-togethers, The North Star has all the room you'll need to be comfortable. Music lovers will appreciate The North Star's freshly mixed tunes spun by live DJs. Be prepared to raise your voice, though — the restaurant can get noisy. If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit The North Star during the slower weekday hours. The North Star is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Drivers can park in the neighboring lot. Need a break from the road? Public transportation is also convenient, with popular stops at North Station (Fitchburg/South Acton, Green, Haverhill, Lowell, Newburyport/Rockport, Orange), Haymarket Station (Green, Orange), and Bowdoin Station (Blue). The menu at The North Star is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
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    222 Friend St
    Boston, MA US
  • Boston Test Prep
    After acing the SAT, students head to college and enter a huge variety of careers, from comedy to computer programming to creative design. Several of these former students sought to help others conquer the feared test at Boston Test Prep’s online-only study center. The staff designed the program to appeal to kids of the digital age—students can log on anytime, anywhere, and direct their own studies. Some might read through all the lessons and then work on practice quizzes, and others might leap right into the quizzes, pausing to link to lessons and slideshows on questions that stymie them, such as, "How many bears are there?" They’ll also learn tips on taking the test, such as mastering common question types, identifying tricks, and making smart guesses. As students work, a points system motivates them to hit a high score, much like in a video game.
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    2807 Summer St.
    Boston, MA US