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According to the website downdectector.com, major cities including New York, Boston, and Washington D. Comcast says that most of the outages have been fixed, as of p.m. I turned 30 in January, but I did not fret about being single. Societal double standards should keep me from feeling worried about being alone, but cracks appeared., weighed in on my dating life: Men and women pair off early in Philadelphia, and those of us still left are bottom-of-the-barrel types. I guess I should start looking for a cat to keep me company.“Yes, I dated douchey guys in Philly, but I also dated them in New York during the 10 years prior.” Her column is one of those pieces the New York media churn out, reassuring New Yorkers they live in the only city worth living in. After two dates, one woman told me she was moving to Ohio to get back with her ex-boyfriend. My favorite dates of 2012 were watching Wimbledon on my couch and shopping at the King of Prussia mall.And she has a point about size: New York’s a larger city, the dating pool is bigger. Based on anecdotal data from friends and sitcoms, dating is terrible . Plus, dating in Philadelphia has its own pleasures: Fantastic bars with cheap cocktails and awesome BYOBs.Tyler Perry’s New Spiritual Book ‘Higher is Waiting’ Steve Harvey & Tyler Perry discuss his spiritual guidebook.The successful entertainment mogul also explains why writing about his mother was difficult.
And a growing number of those players are launching proprietary content: Hulu last week announced 10 exclusive shows slated for release this summer.
With good results coming in from its product trials in Boston and Chicago, Comcast has decided to roll out a low-cost “skinny bundle” TV service across the country in the third quarter of 2017 rebranded as Xfinity Instant TV.
The monthly charge will be as low as for an offering of local TV channels, HBO, plus cloud-based DVR storage of 20 hours, sources close to the project confirmed.
There were more men, she says, and she’s now dating a wonderful man she met at an “Internet Week party.” (I would probably rather remain single than attend a party for something called “Internet Week,” but that’s just me.) To her credit, Piazza isn’t dismissive of Philadelphia or slamming the Philly dating scene.
She told me she has wonderful memories of the city—this is a rare admission to get, from a New Yorker—and did have good dates here, singling out The Archery and Gun Club in South Philly, Pub & Kitchen in Center City, and Go Vertical in Northern Liberties.