A 100% match! I did a double-take on the results of my first foray into computer dating. I hadn't made any concessions on what I said I wanted in a man, clearly stating my "musts": Must be Latino, educated and enjoy sports, theater, movies and Frank Sinatra. My list also included...
"You live in New York. I'm a Los Angeleno to the core. Want to start a friendly coastal rivalry?"
I had been back from Seattle for two months. I had moved to the Northwest from my native San Fernando Valley to escape the pain of my first true heartbreak. The beauty and splendor of the Emerald City had done just enough to help me start over again in Los Angeles on my terms.
I was single and terrified of relationships. I limited myself to meeting men in cyberspace. The Internet may have wires, but it doesn't have strings. Online chatting was a good way for me to flirt and practice my social skills without fear of getting hurt.
The horses aren't the most majestic creatures on a trip to a dude ranch with her sister.
They met in Bucharest at a talk on Jewish-Mormon relations. He was an American tour guide in L.A., she was an English-speaking Romanian. The bridging of distance and difference began.
A divorced father begins dating a mother of four and is surprised by what gets their relationship through tough spots.
Crystal Cruises on Thursday announced its first cruise along the icy Northwest Passage from Alaska to New York on an itinerary that took two years to plan. The 900-mile journey sails through more than 20 waterways and stops in places such as Canada's Arctic region and Greenland on its west-to-east voyage scheduled for 2016. Crystal, which will sail the Serenity from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean in 32 days, says it's the first luxury line to follow the route Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen discovered more than 100 years ago. "Crystal’s inaugural Northwest Passage offers guests the opportunity to begin a new story of thrilling adventure, all the while...