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For Some in the Hamptons, It’s Not a Home Without a Dock

05/18/18

Marcelle Sussman Fischler

When Blaze Makoid, an architect, built his own house on Morris Cove in Sag Harbor 10 years ago, he included a 100-foot ramp and a 20-foot dock, although he grew up in Philadelphia and knew nothing about boating. Bill Collage, a screenwriter and friend who lived in Sag Harbor, gave him a 10-minute boating lesson. “We bartered sharing his boat for my dock for three years,” said Mr. Makoid, 56, who subsequently designed his own 26-foot dual console outboard, collaborating with Vanquish Boats, in Newport, R.I. Mr. Makoid named the boat It’s Just Lunch, after the dating service where he met his wife, Tracy Mitchell, 55, executive director of Bay Street Theater, in Sag Harbor.

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Ask the Expert: Surprising dating turn-offs in 2018

03/02/18

WTMJ - TV

Whether it's been a while since you've been out on a first date or you're a seasoned pro, there are some definite do's and don'ts for dating success.

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On the Road for Work and Finding Love

12/28/17

MICHAEL T. LUONGO

In 2010, Heleen Devos, a native of Belgium who works in corporate social responsibility and communications for a French energy company, was heading to Cuba for a United Nations climate change conference.

“I had seen him and found him handsome,” Ms. Devos said dreamily of a Chilean in her row. Yet she was unsure of his relationship with the older woman next to him.

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11 Signs You and Your S.O. Aren’t Ready to Meet Each Other’s Families

12/14/17

By Ashley Papa

Meeting the parents can be damn stressful (hence why it’s literally the plot of an entire hit Ben Stiller comedy). That’s why it’s imperative that both you and your partner are thoroughly ready when it happens, because taking it lightly or not thinking it through can result in disaster…

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Easy and Fun Ways to Meet Guys This Fall (Even Though 'Cuffing Season' Isn't a Thing)

09/17/17

Now is the perfect time to meet men.

By Taylor Davies

Earlier this summer, the New York Times published a story about a Harvard Business School study which suggested people who spend money to save time (rather than spending time to save money) are generally happier. Those who outsource tasks they dislike, like cleaning, accounting, or ordering in dinner rather than cooking, reported “greater overall life satisfaction.”

So if dating and dating apps make you feel stressed, frustrated and exhausted—why not try outsourcing the work to an expert? ….It’s Just Lunch will do all the legwork for you, setting you up with dates that are carefully selected for potential compatibility.

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