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Those of us still unattached have come to accept that gone are the days when you're likely to meet your significant other in line for coffee, at a Yankee game, or even, dare I say, Aisle 3 at the grocery store —for the most part at least.
Enter dating apps, the digital distractions simultaneously getting us giddy and excited every time we hear that 'ping!
You might not know this but online dating can be scary, and creepy (see above), and while some of these additions might not be what most of us swiping left and right had in mind, they are, if anything, adding yet another entertaining level to this thing we call 'dating' in the Digital Age.
Take a look at what's new: Tinder: According to the app, even celebrities want in on the action.
Long before there was Damien Hirst and shark preserved in formaldehyde, there was Joseph Beuys and his dead rabbit.
The documentary "Beuys" explores the controversial life of one of Germany's most important post-war artists.
Maud eventually gets what she truly wants — supplies and a space to paint.
When she can’t purchase materials, she paints the house itself.
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