Looking for that perfect book for your loved one? Our friends at Simon & Schuster have a lot of fantastic dating guides and a few less-traditional reads to help you feel the love this Valentine’s Day.
The first man to go trial on charges that he patronized a prostitute who worked out of her Zumba dance studio contends he thought he was engaged in a romance.
Whether you’re dating a new prospective love interest or have been in a relationship for some time, summer is the perfect time to bring a little romance into your life.
A new study offered by researchers at the University of Chicago and reviewed by a team at Harvard University shows that a third of marriages happen between couples who met online.
While online dating like OkCupid have become the matchmakers of the 21st century, with the ease of the Internet comes the loss of human interaction. Blind dates and speed dating may seem to be a blast from the past. Who wants to go out for dinner with the fear they might be heading for the door after meeting their date? Joining together our society’s web surfing skills with our desire for social interaction is Meetup.com.
Connecticut is brimming with spots to take that special someone for a first date — check out City Steam Brewery and Cafe, Agave Grill & Tequila Bar or the Connecticut Science Center.