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Science of Lovenew

Birds do it. Bees do it. But why do we fall in love? How do we stay in love? What do we gain from love? To explore those questions and more, WiG poured some wine, unwrapped a box of truffles, lit a candle and delved into a year’s worth of science and health journals.
Wisconsin Gazette  |  Lisa Neff  |  01-30-2015  |  Science

Fixing an Islamic lens on lesbian lovenew

First-time author's characters explores sexuality, morality and relationships. Fatima Warsame will hold an author's signing from 11am-1pm, Wednesday, May 7 at the IUPUI Campus Center Barnes and Noble.
NUVO  |  Rebecca Townsend  |  05-07-2014  |  Books

The Return of Craigslist Poetrynew

These poems are taken word-for-word from entries in the Missed Connections section of Charleston Craigslist. Never been to Missed Connections? It's a place where people go to rekindle missed romantic opportunities and to sound the depths of their late-night lusts and lonesome feelings.
Charleston City Paper  |  Paul Bowers  |  09-19-2012  |  Culture


College students are hooking up with rich older men through sugar-daddy websires. Is it modern romance, or just an easy way to the sweet life?
Orlando Weekly  |  Lauren Holliday  |  02-09-2012  |  Culture

50 Ways to Please Your Lover This Valentine's Daynew

We asked a wide swath of Portlanders, both well known and obscure, how they make their loved ones happy, and their answers were far better than we’d ever imagined. And so, we proudly present, 50 ways to please your lover.
Willamette Week  |  Willamette Week Staff  |  02-10-2010  |  Culture

Twin Cities Restaurateurs Tell Saucy Tales of Frisky Foodiesnew

A restaurant's amorous ambiance can create challenges when it inspires "over-romantic" behavior.
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Rachel Hutton  |  02-11-2009  |  Food+Drink

Love & Sex: Get My Driftnew

Why make a bunch of kids toss around symbols of love and romance at such an early age? It’s mindless, crazy and absurd. Then again, so are at least ninety percent of relationships.
Chicago Newcity  |  Andy Seifert  |  02-11-2009  |  Culture

Take Romance for a Hike: Love and Looking Good on the Trailnew

Here in the Pacific Northwest you're just as likely to have a guy or gal ask you out for a walk in the woods as you are to get asked for a dinner and a drink. With a little forethought, you can combine an outdoor adventure with a little romance and look good while you do it.
Eugene Weekly  |  Camilla Mortensen  |  12-18-2008  |  Recreation


I'm having a Mad Men moment of controlled tempers seething hazily through the keeping-up of appearances, just standing here in my Dream Kitchen with a gimlet and one momentous tear.
Orlando Weekly  |  Billy Manes  |  11-06-2008  |  Comedy

100 Minutes of Helen Hunt's Egonew

If you've ever wanted to see Salman Rushdie playing a gynecologist, then consider seeing Then She Found Me.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  05-15-2008  |  Reviews

Cameron Diaz Once Again Saves the Sex Comedynew

And this time, with Ashton Kutcher.
New York Press  |  Armond White  |  05-15-2008  |  Reviews

'Made of Honor' Comes Made to Insultnew

It's the dude version of My Best Friend's Wedding, without the implied judgment that made Julia Roberts seem like kind of an awful person by the end of it.
NOW Magazine  |  Norman Wilner  |  05-02-2008  |  Reviews

Helen Hunt in the Director's Chairnew

After laboring for years both as costar and a producer of Mad About You, she has had a sporadic, post-tube life on the big screen, with 1997's As Good as It Gets the obvious highlight. And almost since then she has been trying to turn Then She Found Me into a movie.
The Georgia Straight  |  Staff  |  04-28-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

James Collins, the New Jane Austennew

Beginner's Greek is a romantic comedy, and as such it rewards virtue and punishes evil, ultimately smiling on Peter and providing this transcendent good guy with a tidy resolution that is satisfying, if not entirely surprising.
Nashville Scene  |  Liz Garrigan  |  04-28-2008  |  Fiction

Helen Hunt's Directorial Debut Showcases Her Miserable Sidenew

Although Hunt is best known for her role on a hit sitcom in which she was all smiles, her performance in Then She Found Me suggests that she's most comfortable when she's frowning.
New York Press  |  Raphaela Weissman  |  04-24-2008  |  Reviews

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