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Critic’s Pick: Crazy, Stupid, Lovenew

Forget marriage counseling. If you really want to know the status of your relationship, pay attention to what’s happening under the dinner table during a romantic evening out.
San Antonio Current  |  Kiko Martinez  |  07-28-2011  |  Reviews

Chemical Lovenew

The science of sex and other ways to love your body.
Eugene Weekly  |  Shannon Finnell  |  02-10-2011  |  Science

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

How Craigslist's Missed Connections Appeals to Our Best and Worst Selvesnew

While the rise in popularity of online dating has led to dozens of websites, Craigslist manages to stand apart, due to one category -- Missed Connections.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Virginia Leise  |  07-23-2009  |  Culture

Meet a Man Who's Offered a $1,000 Finder’s Fee for True Lovenew

Fueled by dreams of an easy payday, I scheduled lunch with Scott, which, I should disclose, is not our bachelor's real name. I don't want any of you sneaky types figuring out who he is and taking the $1,000 for yourselves.
Phoenix New Times  |  Sarah Fenske  |  02-17-2009  |  Culture

The Von Bondies' Leader on Detroit, Jack White and True Lovenew

Singer-songwriter-guitarist Jason Stollsteimer was extremely forthcoming as he discussed his feelings about Detroit and some of the trials and tribulations experienced by the Von Bondies.
Metro Times  |  Bill Holdship  |  06-17-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

'Love Songs' Steps Out From Under An Umbrellanew

Love Songs proves few movies are entirely terrible or terrific. Its crushworthy final half-hour is touching and sometimes magnificent. But much of its initial hour is maddening.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Johnny Ray Huston  |  06-04-2008  |  Reviews

Truly a Pleasurenew

From the first page of “Earthly Pleasures,” the new novel from Karen Neches, readers will find the opportunity to laugh, cry, and go on an all out ride through a wonderful narrative. A former columnist for the Augusta Chronicle, a co-author of one novel, and the sole voice of the Bottom Dollar Girl series, Karen Neches is a voice readers with an ear for intricate plots have to hear. Otherwise known as Karin Gillespie, this founder of the virtual tour The Girlfriend Circuit who travels the Southeast with the Dixie Divas provides an animated unconventional love story in her latest composition.
Metro Spirit  |  Jason Sumerau  |  04-27-2008  |  Fiction

Get Back!new

The fifth Beatle does these classic tunes justice by forcing the listener to hear them in new ways.
Tucson Weekly  |  Gene Armstrong  |  12-20-2006  |  Reviews

'Love' Affairnew

George Martin's Beatles "mash-up" sparks passion even in veteran fans.
Los Angeles CityBeat  |  Chris Morris  |  12-01-2006  |  Reviews

Bollywood Dreamsnew

What's a white girl like Samantha Riggs doing in a sari?
Phoenix New Times  |  Joe Watson  |  02-13-2006  |  Performance

HBO/BBC's 'The Girl in the Café'new

Writer-director Richard Curtis has managed that most difficult of movie feats, entwining the personal and the political without trivializing either.
Boston Phoenix  |  Joyce Millman  |  06-24-2005  |  TV

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