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Posted on Apr 2 2013 - 7:34pm by Jenna Carafa
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She said “I do”….at a public library. Jason had planned an elaborate proposal for his girlfriend Molly in the Thomas Hughes Children’s Library. Sharing a great love of books and libraries Jason couldn’t think of a more perfect place to pop the question. With much planning, Jason wrote a book about how the pair met and had it bound and hidden within the shelves of the library to be checked out by none other than Molly herself. With some help, Molly “found” their story and she said YES! It’s...

  The hardest part about internet dating is keeping the names straight and also the part where we all die alone. Sometimes it’s just easier to go out with someone you meet in the real world, which brings me to the subject of Hot Guy. This guy was as hot as the night is coated in Ambien. I don’t normally go out with hot guys; I go out with creative geniuses....

With prom time rapidly approaching, teens are getting very creative with how to ask their sweethearts and crushes. In Maryland at the Centennial High School one teenage boy pours his heart out in song and asks his friend to prom. Bobby Chin, accompanied by his friend Kevin Qin on the guitar, serenaded his friend Sofia with Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.” With a rose tucked behind his ear Bobby sang out in a crowd of students a rendition of the charming song which went like this: “Hey Sofia, I want you to know that I met you about...

It was a second date and we were having drinks at place called Spitz: Home of the Doner Kabob. First of all what the hell kind of name is Spitz. That’s like calling your restaurant Fartz. If wine-soaked memory serves this place is known for their meats on sticks and blasting sports at top volume, in other words extremely romantic. But thank God the Chianti was good....

When we think of Breakfast at Tiffany’s it is hard not to think of the iconic portrayals of Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, but excited Broadway audiences are giving it a try. The Cort Theatre officially opened their new production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s on March 20th. The show has been in preview since March 4th. Transforming Truman Capote’s novella into a new stage production isn’t...

Craig and Kim Welby were the lucky winners of a radio contest that paid for their wedding free of charge….at White Castle! The kicker that won the Welby’s the non-traditional wedding was that Kim Welby’s parents had gotten engaged at a White Castle in 1969 in Kentucky. Craig and Kim pledged their lives to one another, for better or for worse, with onions or without, before thirty five friends...

She was born a commoner, Lillian May Davies in Swansea, England. And then, in 1943 when she was 28 years old, she met the love of her life. He was royalty, Prince Bertil of Sweden, Because of Swedish dynastic laws Lillian was not allowed to marry her Prince until 1976. But then, 33 years after they fell in love, Lilian (she dropped one “l” in her name along the...

Two beautiful young women got married in Tokyo last week in what could only be described a fairy-tale affair. Koyuki Higashi and Hiroko tied the knot with 30 guests in attendance, including Mickey and Minnie, at Tokyo Disney Resort Ms. Higashi tweeted about the wedding and her entry was reposted more than 6,000 times — with mostly positive comments. The Walt Disney Company has long allowed same-sex celebrations on its grounds, but until recent years only in a limited way. In 2007, however, it began allowing same-sex couples to...

My go to movie genre for a girls night out is always romance and when the film Safe Haven (based on a Nicholas Sparks book) hit the big screen it was a must see. The girls and I filled up on cheap calzones and hit the theatre. We are all Nicholas Sparks fans but after being disappointed by the film Dear John I was a little hesitant. The film started out in a mysterious way with Julianne Hough skipping town after what appeared to be a domestic dispute- resulting in murder. She left Boston on a Greyhound bus in full disguise (aka a hoody,...

Maybe I’m a little nosy, but one of my favorite questions to ask couples who seem obviously happy and in love is “How did you two meet?” The answers that I’ve gotten over the years have always been interesting, sometimes revealing and sometimes even helpful for my single friends. Here is Marion’s story. LOVE IN THE STACKS BLOSSOMS FOR MARION THE LIBRARIAN… I had...