This week, The Hash covers 'The Voice' and the best romcom couples of all time.
blip]video2[/blip] This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people whether they have a backup partner lined up in the event that their current relationship ends. People share whether or not they have, or have ever had, a backup relationship and why.
This week, The Hash covers 'Orange is the New Black,' offline dating with guest DJ Jess, and fat shaming in the media.
Facial recognition software now finds your type.
A new service called The Dating Ring uses old-school matchmakers and no online profiles.
This week, The Hash covers trigger warnings, phone etiquette, and high-waisted shorts.
This week on Biology of the Blog we chat with singer/songwriter Elena Ovalle about her blog Single Guys Guide to Dating!
This week, The Hash covers a so-called sexual assault "guru," an article regarding Jennifer Lawrence's personal life, and the all-new dating app, LinkedUp.
blip]video2[/blip] This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser talks with people about open relationships. People share their thoughts on commitment, communication and in what circumstances an open relationship can possibly work. Sarah also speaks with Mark A. Michaels and Patricia Johnson, co-authors of Partners In Passion, who comment on successful open relationships.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss a Vice article about a man who only eats pizza. Then, the pair is joined by Charlotte Lieberman, a Harvard graduate who penned Cosmopolitan's "Why Is College Dating So Screwed Up?" for the College and Post Grad Life segment. The three chat about Lieberman's article and her experiences at Harvard. The show wraps with a conversation about ABC's new comedy Mixology. Tune in next week for part II of Molly and Dane's chat with Lieberman. Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:48 Ante Up - Ages and Ages 01:36 Range of Relationships: A Pizza-only Diet 09:16 The Bend - Real Estate 09:46 College & Post-Grad Live: Charlotte Lieberman 19:57 Not For Long - TEEN 20:47 What to Learn from RomComs: ‘Mixology’ 31:54 Outro 32:28 Finish Charlotte Lieberman in the BTR studio. Photo by Molly Freeman. The Music Ages and Ages (Official Divisionary album art.) Live: Mar 9 - The Loft at UCSD - La Jolla, CA Mar 10 - The Western - Scottsdale, AZ Mar 12-16 - SXSW - Austin, TX Real Estate (Official Atlas album art.) Live: Mar 9 - Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO Mar 11 - Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA Mar 13 - SXSW, Bar 96 - Austin, TX TEEN (Official The Way and The Color album art.) Live: Mar 9 - Bottletree - Birmingham, AL Mar 10 - 12th and Porter - Nashville, TN Mar 12-14 - SXSW - Austin, TX
If you’ve been stalling on whether to get a dating site subscription, think again.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane start out by discussing men's body image in Hollywood. Then, the pair takes on Seventeen's "Ultimate Guide to Guys." The show wraps with an analysis of Elite Daily's "10 Ways a Woman Can Lock Down Her Dating Game." Image by Molly Freeman. The Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:41 Capitol - Trust 01:15 Analyzing Stereotypes: Men’s Body Image in Hollywood 10:28 Lady in White - Lost in the Trees 10:55 Advice Time: Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Guys 16:02 Where to Start - Hurdles 16:28 Range of Relationships: A Woman’s Dating Game 26:34 Outro 27:07 Finish The Music Trust (Official Joyland album art.) Live: Mar 7 - SAT - Montreal, QC Mar 8 - Adelaide Hall - Toronto, ON Apr 11 - Great Scott - Boston, MA Lost in the Trees (Official Past Life album art.) Live: Feb 22 - Il Motore - Montreal, QC Feb 23 - The Garrison - Toronto, ON Feb 25 - Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA Hurdles (Official Where to Start album art.)
Why Wing Ma’am transcends Tindr, Grindr, and the whole LGBT dating app crowd.
blip]video2[/blip] On this week's episode of BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people if it's possible to be dumped in a nice way. Along the way, she shares a text from a former suitor and gets peoples' opinions on whether it qualifies as a nice way to dump someone.
blip]video2[/blip] A recent survey commissioned by and and reported on by the Daily Mail, revealed that about 70% of singles who meet for the first time are unable to tell whether they are on a date or simply “hanging out.” BTR Pulse's Sara Fraser spoke to people at Grand Central Terminal about whether they could define the difference between a date and hanging out.