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DIY Valentine's Daynew

Because nothing's sweeter than home-cooked romance.
San Antonio Current  |  Ron Bechtol  |  02-09-2012  |  Food+Drink

Changing Sex, a Desire to Lovenew

Following your desire is a brave way of recognizing that something is happening to you, something remarkable. Perhaps it will break open your world, or perhaps it will simply open your heart. Things will change.
INDY Week  |  Eva Hayward  |  02-01-2012  |  Sex

A Goofy Valentine Yarn About How I Met My Wifenew

It was February 1999. I had just written a Sordid rant condemning a cluster of City Council-proposed anti-stripper laws that prompted a dozen or so local dancers to e-mail me in gratitude. It was an exciting chapter in my life.
San Diego CityBeat  |  Edwin Decker  |  02-17-2010  |  Culture

The Artvoice Guide to Sex from A to Znew

Abstinence: This may be news to some, but teenagers like to bone. Shocking though it may be, this has remained a relative constant throughout history. Still religious and moralizing forces, buoyed by federal funding, conspired to make the 2000s the "decade of naivete" when it came to teen hormones.
Artvoice  |  Zachary Burns  |  02-12-2010  |  Culture

Sexy Times With Beer and Chocolate: When Two Aprodisiacs Combinenew

For those lucky enough to be struck by Cupid’s arrow, here are some natural aphrodisiacs that may tease, tantalize and titillate the taste buds and help put you in the mood for a trip to the bedroom this Valentine’s Day: chocolate and beer.
Fast Forward Weekly  |  Mike Tessier  |  02-11-2010  |  Food+Drink

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

The Love Bloat: Review of the Bland Romantic Anthology 'Valentine's Day'

Just in time for its namesake holiday, Valentine's Day arrives to remind us of cinema’s long history of successful omnibus romantic films that includes... um, includes... er, anyone?
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  02-09-2010  |  Reviews

Half-Eaten Chocolates: A Sampler You Don't Want to Give

Valentine's Day is yet another date movie that's less than the sum of its parts. The sheer number of A-list actors involved spells trouble. Jessica Biel, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, and Anne Hathaway provide cast padding for the likes of B-listers Taylor Swift, George Lopez, and Emma Roberts.
City Pulse  |  Cole Smithey  |  02-08-2010  |  Reviews

When it Comes to Weddings, Restaurants are the New Banquet Hallnew

With all the time we spend in restaurants, is it any surprise we want to commit our lives to our partners there, too? For many, banquet halls with prescribed chicken-or-fish options don’t cut it anymore, and the vogue for smaller weddings means cavernous spaces may not be necessary, either.
Seven Days  |  Alice Levitt  |  02-05-2010  |  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

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