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Final day of the holiday weekend. Eat your leftovers and listen to DJ Drew's Dealer's Choice only on BTR
Post nuptial Thanksgiving means new family and new reasons to celebrate the holidays - DJ Drew brings you the thanksgiving tunes on his Reggae Hour
You never listen to people’s words--you listen to their actions. Promises mean nothing to you, neither do intentions.
You’ve always loved differently than others--you were much more aware. You find problems after the first date. How can you not?
Relationships often don’t quite get the closure they deserve, but what if you could go back in time and do things a little differently? For "Nostalgia Week" at BTRtoday, Zach Schepis and Anna Bashkova ask strangers in NYC about what they wish they had said to their exes. For more on this topic, check out this week's Third Eye Weekly. Music featured in this episode: “Sweatpants” by Childish Gambino
Breakfast is truly the way to massage your feels; there’s something undeniably romantic about a leisurely first meal of the day, enjoyed in the sun with a special someone.
This week we learn about the ins-and-outs of love with Politics Chic, author of the blog Politics of Love!
BTR explores why unrequited love is a real nightmare, and how to wake up.
This week BTR went to check out the Valentine's Day inspired sculpture in Times Square entitled "Heart of Hearts" by Collective-LOK.
Let's just accept it; the only good thing about Valentine's Day is food.
How an NPO operates on the principle of unconditional giving, and maybe so should you.  
Starbucks introduces secret menu items for Valentine's Day.
This week we get up close and personal with relationships courtesy of Engaged Marriage's Dustin Riechmann.
Part 2 with Ellen Bass’s most recent book of poetry, Like a Beggar, and the way poetry can be a tool for investigation.
To share, or not to share? That is always the question, and we may or may not have the answer, you'll just have to read on and find out...

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