Monthly Archives: February 2014

Finding love comes at a cost

Ahh, new love. You’ve seen it in the movies, on television and amongst your friends — yet it seems so elusive. Meeting the right person is part luck, but often an investment of time and money as well. There’s no doubt sparks still fly at cafes and parties, yet many are turning to a variety…

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Top matchmaker forms school for aspiring Cupids – NY Post

Lisa Clampitt stocks her Union Square office with red wine and chocolate — ingredients that can heal a broken heart or spark a new romance. In her line of work, she needs to be prepared for both. “I’ve always loved setting people up,” says the 49-year-old matchmaker, who runs the Matchmaking Institute, believed to be…

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