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She speculates that no men showed up because women are more willing to put themselves out there than men are.“Women might be prone to come to something more thoughtful,” she says. All these things go through your head when you’re single.”With the pressure off, the women simply enjoy themselves.Jaray Watkins, whose smile and laugh light up the room, found out about the event from the same website as Neal.“Honestly, this is very out of my comfort zone,” she says, adding that at first she was disappointed when no men showed up, but that her disappointment soon gave way to relief. There is Champagne and laughter, and quite a few creative pictures are completed. Friday, January 13, only.”To read the article in Spanish, click [email protected]@jessicagelt ALSO: A raucous, rousing Trump protest show plays to a sold-out L. audience This isn’t tutus and tiaras: The ballet Grand Prix draws young, driven competitors in droves Watch a nightclub shooting in virtual reality?
She tries again, speaking slowly this time, “Would you like to draw?As she finishes her thought, a distinguished-looking man walks into the museum.He is probably in his mid-50s, but more important, he is well coifed, as if, maybe, he is here for a dating event.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.