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Trending: When We Move In

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When Jessica Mihaleas and her boyfriend Tim Krompinger graduated from the University of Connecticut, where they’d met and dated for a couple years, the pair decided to move to Mihaleas’s hometown of Stamford and begin a life together as young adults. “He was going to get his own place, and I was going to stay […] [Read More]
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Trending: Where the cheaters live

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Cheater, cheater. Wedded Westporters are turning to the web for adulterous affairs at a rate that rivals perpetually philandering Washington, D.C., according to data from a dating website that helps men and women find partners for extramarital affairs. According to the controversial website AshleyMadison.com, 5.9 percent of Westport’s 26,435 residents – more than 1,500 people […] [Read More]

Trending: How much we spend on weddings

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The state of Connecticut is one of the costliest places in the country to say I do, with an average wedding price coming in at $10,000 more than the national average of $28,427, according to a survey conducted by TheKnot.com and WeddingChannel.com. The total is enough to land the Nutmeg State in the top 10 […] [Read More]

In Connecticut, we find love at Stop & Shop

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Nothing screams romance quite like the frozen foods section, am I right? A new map, published in the February edition of Psychology today broke down the hot spots for love state by state. In Connecticut, we spot our “missed connections” at Stop & Shop more frequently than any other spot, according to their research. The […] [Read More]

How easy is it to find a few good men in Southwestern Connecticut?

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Last week, the Atlantic’s website published a story pointing out locations where it can be tough for a well-educated single lady to search for a few good men. Of all places in the country, Sarasota, Fla., is apparently the worst place for college-educated young single women to find a man in their age bracket who […] [Read More]

Just how much older are local grooms than their brides?

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If you grabbed a copy of the Connecticut Post, Danbury News-Times, Stamford Advocate or Greenwich Time Thursday morning, you likely saw a story about the fact that local grooms are the oldest in the nation to make their way down the aisle. And brides are near the top, too. According to Census data, Connecticut grooms […] [Read More]