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  • U-Haul Center of Chelsea

    562 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10011
    212-620-4177

    http://www.uhaul.com This burgeoning corporationabest for mild- or moderate-intensity movesaprovides 13 varieties of squat, low-to-the-ground moving trucks and trailers, all coated with rub rails and tie-downs to protect your possessions. This may be the cheapest way to move, but steering one of these trucks (packed) down the expressway is always more difficult/unnerving than expected. Moving equipment is priced by day. More >>

  • Uriel Shoe Maker/Watch Repair

    249 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-627-4582

    Uriel, a jolly former Klezmer musician, can fix your favorite boots or even make you a brand new identical pair. He will give practical advice and do a compulsively perfect job. (He has several thank you notes from celebrities pinned up on the wall. Britney Spears loves him). While you wait for his assessment of the damage, you can pet the two gloriously obese cats lying around. More >>

  • Visiting Nurse Service of New York

    1250 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    212-290-3200

    http://www.vnsny.org The largest not-for-profit home health care agency in the nation, the century-old VNSNY makes approximately 2 million home visits a year. All nurses are equipped with handheld computers that contain each patient's complete medical record (a potentially hefty affair since the majority of clients are over 65). More >>

  • Visiting Nurse Service of New York

    5 Penn Plaza New York, NY 10001
    212-290-3555

    http://www.vnsny.org The largest not-for-profit home health care agency in the nation, the century-old VNSNY makes approximately 2 million home visits a year. All nurses are equipped with handheld computers that contain each patient's complete medical record (a potentially hefty affair since the majority of clients are over 65). More >>

  • Walkee Doggie

    10 W. 15th St. New York, NY 10013
    212-620-7600

    http://www.walkiedoggie.com Taking the idea of a dog walking service to a new level, Walkee Doggie will not only walk your dog but will also provide you with a report card that details exactly what your dog did during the hour you paid for. Similarly, if you have a small puppy, the people at Walkee Doggie guarantee that it will never be left unsupervised. They will also look after your dog overnight if youare headed out of town. More >>

  • Waterside Plaza LLC

    Waterside Plaza LLC

    30 Waterside Plaza New York, NY 10010
    212-340-4201

    http://www.analogousprojects.org

  • Women's City Club of New York

    307 7th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-353-8070

    http://www.wccny.org

  • Yivo Institute

    15 W. 16 ST. New York, NY 10011
    212-246-6080

    http://www.yivoinstitute.org

  • You Should Be Dancing

    412 8th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-244-0011

    http://www.youshouldbedancing.net

  • The Youth Free Expression Network

    275 7th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-807-6222

    If you think censorship in the mainstream media is bad, youave never worked at a high school newspaper. When the adult is king, the youth revolt, and thatas what this group of kids concerned about the state of free speech (and their parents) are doing. Theyave held national conferences on combating censorship and held an Internet-filtering protest day in NYC. It runs an Op-Ed service for school newspapers and is growing to create a network of high school and younger journalists who can provide support for each other. More >>

  • Zipcar

    127 W. 24th St. New York, NY 10001
    866-494-7227

    http://www.zipcar.com Zipcar is similar to a car rental company but with all the fun of a scavenger hunt. Rather than having to go to an actual lot to pick up your car, they have cars sitting on the street all over New York. With the basic customer part done online rather than in a store or on the phone, you simply log on, make a reservation, figure out where your car is and then walk up and get in. Often the rates are a lot cheaper than cabs or car services ($8.50 an hour!) but be sure to check the website for all the rules and regulations as you have to become a member and have a special card for the system to work. More >>

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