January 19, 2012 What is animal love and how do we know it when we see it? Commentator Barbara J. King invites crowd-sourcing on this question, applying her own ideas to romanticized storks and home-living bunnies. If you've closely observed animals, jump right in.
Taylor Swift in New York at Madison Square Garden in December 2009, a year in which she became very familiar with the top of the Billboard charts.
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December 1, 2011 New research in psychology suggests that our favorite popular songs contain more messages about sex and reproduction than do less-favored songs. Is our evolved psyche at work here? Commentator Barbara J. King considers the evidence.
February 14, 2011 A video from Canada explores the moment when two lovers meet — hearts racing as time slows down.
February 14, 2011 Before we kick off another news week, we'd be remiss if we didn't wish everyone a happy Valentine's Day. And for those of you who have forgotten that it's Feb. 14, this is your wake-up call.
January 26, 2011 Gchatting, texting or Facebook messaging with the object of your affection. Back in my day, it would've been e-mail. So much to say, but you never pull the trigger. This video's gone viral, prompting many to consider saying what they mean.
August 28, 2009 I'm looking for a black woman, over 35, childless, who is actually out there trying to get married — active, not passive. You've asked your friends and family to get involved. You've asked a priest, pastor, rabbi, imam to pray about it. C'mon now...
February 24, 2009 ... The guy pal believes that getting a little "rough" with his own girlfriend — as in more than just a tug of the hair — is sometimes necessary. ... She responds by telling the male pal that her boyfriend, too, likes to occasionally hit her a "...
December 19, 2007 Book clubs unite... it's time for Eat, Pray, Love!
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