It’s February, so that means you’re on the Valentine’s Day clock, fellas.
While knowledge of your special lady should be what dictates what you get her, come the 14, perhaps this survey from Sears of more than 1,000 adults on their V-Day gift preferences can also help you out.
More people are going to spend more money this year for Valentine's Day, which is up eight percent from last year. Some will spend up to $200 between flowers, gifts and dinner, while four million Americans are expected to get engaged.
The new year is just about upon us, and that means that Valentine's Day will be sneaking up on you faster than an arrow from Cupid's quiver. Face it, it's tough to come up with great ideas to sweep the love of your life off his/her feet.
The folks at Sloan/Longway have come to your romantic rescue. Experience a unique and intimate dinner for two under the stars of Longway Planetarium that includes hors d'oeuvres and cocktails.
Public marriage proposals: The worst or THE WORST? If you're a girlfriend and you're afraid your beau is so clueless and stupid and crass and terrible that he'd arrange for one of these trashy public sports proposals, have him watch these rejections and maybe he'll get the message.
Jim Brickman came to town for Valentine's weekend performed all his hit songs, and brought a night of romance to the Whiting. With his special guest Anne Cochran, Jim went through his entire library of romantic hits for an enthusiastic audience. Littered among the many hits were fun anecdotes about Jim and Anne growing up in Cleveland and his path to becoming "America's Romantic Piano Sensation".
With Valentine's Day on the horizon, what could be more fitting than a visit from one of the most romantic pianists in America? Jim Brickman, with special guest Anne Cochran, performs tonight at 8pm at The Whiting.
It's an ordeal to find the perfect Valentine's gift for the perfect lady. But, hold on there, partner. It's just as difficult (more?) to find the perfect Valentine's gift for the (he's trying) perfect guy. So we've laid out some obvious -- and not so obvious -- guy gifts.
When it comes to shopping for a woman on Valentine’s Day, the answer isn’t the usual “chocolate and flowers” route, but rather, something that feels personal and intimate. Here are some suggestions that will make everyone happier in the long run.
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