20 people who have been Catfished share what happened when they discovered the lies.

20 people who have been Catfished share what happened when they discovered the lies.

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Dating during a pandemic: This couple got coronavirus on a first date — and they’ve been quarantining (tahi) ever since

Dating during a pandemic: This couple got coronavirus on a first date — and they’ve been quarantining (tahi) ever since

Nick Crawford’s online dating story begins like many other single people’s. Swiping, liking and messaging until you find somebody who wants to go on a date with you.But this tale has a twist. Crawford’s dating adventure may have led to the contraction of COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, by both him and

Six feet from love: Dating during a pandemic

Six feet from love: Dating during a pandemic

The world is changing in significant ways and marketers need to understand and navigate the new landscape. In our In Lockdown series, our Research & Insight teams from around the world delve into different sectors and trends, and share their learnings. Here, Strategist Matt Friedman examines changes in online dating during the pandemic. “Say Allo

A New York couple got married on their roof after postponing their 200-guest wedding, and the pictures are stunning

A New York couple got married on their roof after postponing their 200-guest wedding, and the pictures are stunning

Yumi MatsuoPaula Fastuca and Ken Caccavale got married on their roof after they had to postpone their almost 200-guest wedding. Brooklyn-based couple Paula Fastuca and Ken Caccavale were supposed to have an almost 200-guest wedding in mid-March, but they had to postpone it because of the coronavirus. The couple decided to have a small wedding