I could stay home on Sundays when visiting my parents. But I return to the pews of my childhood church because I love the people despite our differences.
June Carbone and Naomi Cahn follow the life trajectories of two couples with much in common—but not marriage.
Jack served the church in countless ways. There's only one thing he wanted in return.
Writer Kate Bolick is 39 and single; I've been married since I was 24. By the logic of her Atlantic article, this means I won something in the "dating game" and she lost something.
I noticed a disheveled and unshaven man in his early fifties a few barstools down from me. Something about him seemed uninviting. Soon an attractive 40-something woman arrived in a crisp little black dress and perched on the stool next to him. She seemed nervous.