Dear Gen Y: Happiness Is A Warm Voting Ballot
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As the battle for same-sex marriage continues to surge through the nation, philosophers and ordinary citizens alike are often forced to reexamine (and defend) …
So, it’s a typical Friday morning in Los Angeles. The night’s crisp has begun to dissipate as a blanket of heat positions itself snugly over the city. The sweet, lovable, neurotic Pomeranian I call Kirby …
Marry Me (A Little)
I do not have a wedding book full of floral arrangements and dresses. I do not have an “if we’re still single at 30” arrangement with a male friend. I have never step-touch-stepped across a room with a paper-towel veil humming “here comes the bride.” OK, maybe once on that last one, but it was mostly in jest!
Going the Distance
The poet Kahil Gibran once wrote: “Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.” He obviously never got stuck in traffic on the Mass Pike in August. …
Two Heads Are Better Than One. Maybe?
Making decisions is complicated, especially when the choices seem endless. It’s twice as complicated when you throw someone else in the mix and then you have to make a choice together.
From Bars to Museums
You know you want to meet someone special, but where can you find an acceptable place to do so?