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As restaurants all over town—the likes of Marea, Daniel and Eleven Madison Park—place daily orders and include the edible flowers and herbs on their menus, sign up for a one-hour tour of the space to learn about the special farming process and actually get to taste some of the plants.
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Students will learn about the art of DJing (yes, there’s much artistry involved in the process) alongside music production techniques during lab hours and more.
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a DJ at Scratch DJ Academy If guitar and piano lessons don’t cater to your musical itch, opt instead for DJ classes.
The classes, held in a warehouse behind an auto repair shop and a gas station, aren’t on the cheap side but they sure will bestow an education not easily found elsewhere.
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Learn from the masters at the Chess Forum At the heart of the West Village, the Chess Forum is a relic of old-time New York both in form and function.
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