Hogan, now sure that no surprise attendees are in store, finally breaks the ice by gathering the women together and stating the obvious.“I’m sorry.
I’d be really disappointed if I were you,” she says, adding that it would be great if everyone wanted to continue anyway.
Five minutes prior to the start of a speed-dating program called “Drawn to You” at the El Segundo Museum of Art, organizer Chelsea Hogan confides that no men have RSVP’d.
The idea is to create an “analog” dating profile that one could, in theory, upload to a digital dating app.(This thought comes from another of the museum’s event coordinators, Joan Mace, in a bit of quick thinking intended to switch up the mission of the evening.)Kerry Wieder, a slender actress with striking features and close-cropped hair, has snipped out “Syntax errors” and placed it above her head on her picture.The quotes provided come from the Nobel laureates who are the subject of the exhibit that has been on display at the museum.Titled “Brain,” the exhibit features 396 black-and-white photos of Nobel Prize winners taken by Peter Badge over 16 years in locations all over the world.He appears taken off guard by the abundance of women at tables drawing each other, and he turns to look at the art on the wall, as if that is what he’s here for on a Friday night past 8 p.m.“There’s a guy!
” Solomon says, perking up and speaking a bit too loudly.
“One guy said he was from Brazil, so I started to speak Portuguese and he was like, ‘Oh no, I don’t speak Brazilian.’”Solomon is tall, busty and blond with a youthful voice and demeanor. She was married for 21 years, but the marriage broke up about 10 years ago and she has been pretty much single ever since.
She left her husband because she fell in love with another man who turned out to be a great Peter Pan.
Milana Vayntrub was born on March 8, 1987 in Tashkent, Uzbek SSR, USSR as Milana Aleksandrovna Vayntrub.
She is known for her work on SOS Fantômes (2016), L!
Each portrait would take about eight minutes before people switched partners. With rows of massive TV screens, more than 100 craft beers and a rock-themed beer garden, the restaurant is a bit of a macho magnet.