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You've tried every dating site there is, and you still haven't found your Match, your Soulmate, or a special Single Friend. What's worse, Tinder has turned up several of your ex-paramours (left swipe! left swipe!). The one, sadly, still remains at large. What's a single person to do?
It might be time to take your love life offline and out on the town. You can start by signing up for one of London's unique dating events. By interacting with other singles in person, you can figure out right away if there's a spark. If not, at the very least you've had a fun night out, whether it involves taking in incredible city views, fooling around with arts and crafts, or laughing your arse off. Who knows? One minute you could be body painting a stranger, the next you're scheduling a date for Valentine's Day. We guarantee it's just what the love doctor ordered.
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While Leonard Nimoy is best known for playing the original Spock on Star Trek and later establishing The
Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
has been exhibited around the world, and in 1997, he released a provocative
photography book called The Full Body read