Until we stop judging each other on the basis of our relationship status, the old stereotypes about single people will live on and on and on.
Whether a seasoned equestrian or a novice cowpoke, the Tanque Verde Ranch outside of Tucson Arizona will keep single travelers pampered, entertained and well fed.
This savvy single woman says she’s married to Floral Art, the Venice storefront where her success stems from mixing botanicals into living art.
SingularCity members enjoy salon services, cake, champagne, and some great girl talk at Singular magazine’s Pretty in the City event at the Nelson j Salon.
Forget everything you thought you knew about modern dating. The rules have changed: sex comes first, then the date, and maybe then, a relationship.
Hey single ladies, with Father’s Day on the way, it’s a good time to let more than one man in your life feel like a superhero, if only for a day.
Fathers: everyone has one and every story is different – but every father leaves a lasting impression that shapes the lives of their children forever.
Singles advice guru Marnie Macauley has humorous and savvy solutions for singles who are riding out the wedding rituals of their friends and family.
Mad Men TV series comes to life as SingularCity guests enjoy a night of early 1960s-inspired fashion, food and fun at Singular magazine’s Mad Men cocktail party.
Single people are the fastest growing demographic in the world. So shake off those tired old stereotypes and raise the flag: being single really can be better!
There are some things you have to travel to Italy to enjoy, and others, like this superb Italian restaurant in Long Beach, that are just down the road from home.