Milwaukee speed dating
John De Lamater, a professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who has studied the subject of senior relationships, notes that the age group is "rapidly growing" and is expected to double over the next 15 years or so.
De Lamater said not only can women expect to live nearly 10 years longer than men, they often marry older men.
That was the last date she ever went on."March 19, 1963," Hemming said.
Comfortably situated at table seven with a condensation-covered copper cup in hand, she was already well into her mindset for her happy hour engagement."It's an adventure," Hemming said. Kennedy was president when Hemming met her husband.
She lost her one-and-only years ago, and knowing he would want her to be happy, Hemming found herself at a series of events hosted by the Madison Senior Center centered on helping people make a match in their later years.
Hemming managed to convince a few friends to come with her to the Madison Concourse Hotel.
Below are all the events we know about that are happening in the coming months.
It's not that I don't like the genre -- I've been known to throw on the aggressive jam or two to pump me up and for a time in the mid-aughts thought System of a Down was the best band in the world -- but the heaviest music I play on the regular is the more hardcore leanings of Brand New's later discography.
My record collection skews heavily toward lyrically focused, melodic alt-rock, not Slayer." -- Brett "I tried to brush up on Spotify, rocking the "Best of Today" metal playlist as much as possible.
That said, I always thought speed dating was just some ridiculous trope invented purely for romantic comedies when the characters need an outlandish situation to crash.
But it was my lack of metal expertise that was more intimidating." "I'm no metal head.
"My dating life of late has been an overly courteous train wreck," Brett, the male writer for the event, said.