Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, died on Friday morning at Windsor Castle in England at the age of 99. The pair, who were married on November 20, 1947 at Westminster Abbey, had a love story that spanned the course of 74 years. Elizabeth was reported to have told her father, King George VI, that Philip was the only man she could ever love.
After enduring one too many bad dates, Alex Kruger, the writer of this week’s Modern Love essay, set out on a quest to improve his dating life and end the string of mediocre relationships that went nowhere. Surprisingly, he found that using a meticulously curated Trello board to measure compatibility was the key to breaking the cycle of bad dates (most of the time).
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Last spring, we all uprooted our social lives and changed the way we connect with loved ones. Now, as more people get vaccinated, in-person gatherings are making a comeback. Here are a few tips on how to dust off your social skills and ease back into your community.
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