They also offer the chance to meet up at charity events, like its Toronto Lend-a-Hand event held conjunction with the Salvation Army, where participants helped deliver sandwiches to the homeless.Some non-profit organizations are also throwing singles-only events such as Habitat for Humanity’s The Singles Build, where participants helped build a house then went for drinks to mingle at a trendy bar.- Uni Más (Raúl Guzmán, Marcelo Balboa and Xavi Sol in Spanish; Ramses Sandoval, Keith Costigan and Alejandro Berry in English)- KMYU in Salt Lake City (David James and Brian Dunseth)- Spectrum Sports Net in Los Angeles (Joe Tutino and Cobi Jones)- TSN2 (will simulcast one of the above) Thursday, October 27: E4.The only one that isn't is the second leg of the Western Conference final.“It is basically a tongue-in-cheek diary of my breakup but it’s also kind of like the anti self-help book,” the former assistant district attorney says.“I went through a very public breakup but it was also extremely private. I did every good, bad, ugly, sad, crazy, psychotic thing that women do. I am proof that we all do it.” When asked about her current love life, Dorfman says all dating apps are off the table. “I think I did the reality dating television shows enough to not have to do the apps now. I haven’t had the courage to go up and say anything to her yet,” Dorfman says.Dorfman, 28, was on season 10 of and got engaged on the show to former professional baseball player Josh Murray, 30, in 2014. “I didn’t share a lot of stuff and I feel like we, as women, don’t share a lot of bad emotions that are associated with breakups and this book kind of defies that,” she says. I did my little guilty pleasure.” Although Dorfman says she hasn’t really started dating in New York yet, she may be able to get some writing tips from Sarah Jessica Parker herself.
If you were subscribed to this series when it was replaced, you will now be subscribed to the replacement series. If you believe this to be in error, please check if the publisher's feed link below is valid and contact support to request the feed be restored or if you have any other concerns about this.Well, our ever-evolving relationship with the virtual world has adapted to this shy set.In addition to connecting for business and posting updates for friends, people are now starting to use social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and My Space, to scroll for potential matches, flirt and organize blind dates.For people who prefer more intimate situations, small-group dinner parties (found on networks like dinnerworks.ca, which hosts events in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa) at local restaurants can be more appealing.Also, don’t discount the printed word’events in your own neighborhood can be found in flyers posted at your local café, community newspapers and on local radio stations.