The History of Valentine's Day – Times Square Chronicles

The most romantic holiday Valentine’s Day is celebrated in most countries of the world on February 14. On this day for more than one and a half thousand years, people confess their love to each other. It is curious that initially the celebration of the memory of St. Valentine was established as veneration of his… Read More

Signs she loves you without saying – Legit.ng

Is there a special girl in your life? Perhaps you are wondering how she feels about you, and if she reciprocates your feelings. Or maybe you have a cute friend who keeps trying to tell you that she likes you, but you are entirely oblivious to her feelings. Either way, this article is exactly what… Read More

How to make your husband love you more – Legit.ng

If you have been with your significant other for about twenty years, you are most probably struggling really hard to keep your relationship on the move with all the romance and tenderness. Thus, many women usually ask questions such as, “How to make your husband love you more?” or “How to fall in love again?”.… Read More

Noughts and Crosses – plot, cast, trailer & air date for Malorie Blackman's Young Adult novel adapted by Doctor Who's Toby Whithouse – Radio Times

Malorie Blackman’s bestselling Young Adult novel, Noughts and Crosses, is being adapted for the screen by BBC1, with filming set to start later this year. Here’s everything we know about the series so far — keep checking in for further updates! When is Noughts and Crosses on TV? There’s no set airdate yet, but filming will… Read More

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Why staying in love is so hard | Opinion – Sun Sentinel

Flowers? Jewelry? Chocolates? They all make sweet gifts for your partner this Valentine’s Day. But how do we make love last all year? In the movie, Hitch, actor, Will Smith plays Alex “Hitch” Hitchins, a Love Doctor or “professional dating consultant,” who works with men to help them learn how to successfully attract and interact… Read More

Free and Cheap Things to Do in Denver February 14 to 17, 2019 – Westword

Happy Valentine’s Day weekend, dearest readers. Whether you’re eager for an evening of boos and bouquets or single-friendly holiday counter-programming, the cups of Denver’s entertainment calendar runneth over. While there’s no shortage of Westword-approved opportunities to while away the holiday, even the most cash-strapped lonely heart will find plenty of romance-free ways to keep busy. Ten… Read More

Valentine's Day scams set to cost Aussies $10 million this year – 9Honey

Australians are being urged to be on alert this Valentine’s Day as romance scams are predicted to spike. New data from ANZ’s scams unit revealed nearly 550 romance scams were reported in the past 12 months, resulting in $10.25 million being sent to online scammers. Valentine’s Day is perfect for scammers. (Getty Images/Tetra images RF)… Read More

Surfin’ Safari and other things to do in Greenwich – Greenwich Time

Published 6:54 pm EST, Monday, February 11, 2019 The Greenwich Library will host “Surfing Safari on the iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC: Searching Efficiently & Effortlessly” from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Training Center. Learn the best practices, tips, and tricks of using the fast and powerful Safari browser for searching and surfing the web.… Read More

Award-Winning Producer Was Romance-Scammed Before Making Documentary On Con Man Derek Alldred – Oxygen

Oxygen.com interviews filmmaker and reporter Benita Alexander, an executive producer of the 90-minute documentary “Seduced by Evil,” about con man Derek Alldred. Alexander is well-known for her career in production and film — and was also in a relationship scam that made headlines and fueled her documentary, “He Lied About Everything.”  Picture this: You meet… Read More

7 steps to becoming the ultimate solo traveller – Vogue Australia

Image credits: Getty Images In retrospect, the happiest moments of my life have probably been spent at 30,000 feet. Even on a budget airline, with my knees pressed up against the seat in front of me while wrestling for control of the armrest, I am still almost deliriously pleased to be on my way to… Read More