Tag: Phoenix Singles

The Arts of the Bachelor: Sinners and Saints

February 14, 2012 | 12:30 PM | Arts of the Bachelor | By Staff

Nathan’s back, our resident womanizing snarkster, with some solid advice for the singletons this month. Check out this Rule of Nathan #48 and don’t miss his column next month for more of his musings.

Are we still doing this, ladies? Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny aren’t real. You quit putting teeth under your pillow for dollars. Now can we please knock it off with the Valentine’s Day?

Guys too. Can we quit playing along? Being romantic the one day a year, those greedy bastards who print messages on candy (I use this term loosely) hearts is not fooling anyone. We all know you are a thoughtless asshole the rest of the year. »READ MORE

Find Your (Millionaire) Prince Charming

February 14, 2012 | 9:30 AM | News | By Staff

Every lady is looking for her prince charming, and if your definition of “prince charming” includes a millionaire’s bank account, then head on down to Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge from 7 to 9 p.m. February 16 for PJ’s Casting Call, an event organized by Phoenix’s Top Dating Coach Joann Cohen and Phoenix Matchmaker Pam Peterson to find beautiful, smart, single women ages 25-35 for several handsome young millionaire clients. Participants will enjoy champagne and strawberries as they find out how the matching process works. If there’s a match for the bachelors at the forefront of the casting call, Pam and Joann will discuss the client with them and potential matches will then complete a profile, photographs and individual interviews. If not, the women may still be matches for other clients.

“We work with successful single men and women looking for their life partners – not dating services,” explains Cohen. While it is one thing to find someone to go on a date with, the matchmakers are looking for smart women with whom their clients can spend the rest of their lives. No trophy wives here – serious ladies only, please!

For more info, call Joann Cohen Coaching at 480-620-1463, Pam and Associates at 602-696-6669 or click here.

Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge | 7419 East Indian Plaza Drive, Scottsdale, AZ | 85251

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All the Single Ladies: Mr. “Good Enough for Valentine’s...

February 9, 2012 | 2:00 PM | All The Single Ladies | By Staff

Shannon is back with All the Single Ladies. She’s single, fabulous and back to rant about dating in the desert. Find her column here each month.

We all know the Valentine’s season can be a kiss of death for those going solo, so much so that I’ve decided to give my online dating profile an update and cross my fingers for finding Mr. “Good Enough for a Valentine’s Day” date.

Step #1 – Change the profile picture of my headshot, to one of me holding Valentine’s Day cookies…that I baked myself.  That should do it, right?  Step #2 – Rewrite my “About Me” section so it does NOT sound like the following: basically every other online dating profile known to man. »READ MORE

Worth Repeating: The Arts of the Bachelor: Rule of Nathan #48

January 29, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Uncategorized | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the top stories of ALL TIME aka last week, just in case you missed them.

Nathan’s back, our resident womanizing snarkster, with some solid advice for the singletons this month. Check out this Rule of Nathan #48 and don’t miss his column next month for more of his musings.

Rule of Nathan #48: Never date or try to date a stripper. By never, I mean almost never, and by stripper I mean stripper you meet at the strip club. Strippers aren’t strippers outside of work any more than Hugh Laurie is a doctor, Nathan Fillion is a space cowboy, Nickelback are musicians or Lou Diamond Phillips is Richie Valens. OK, scratch that last one. LDP is totally La Bamba. So, you know, if you meet her because she sits next to you in your law school class, go for it.

In that vein, coffee shops are the new strip clubs and baristas are the new strippers. Bear with me on this one. When your barista smiled at you and she “was totally flirting, man,” remember she has a tip jar. Her job is to be nice to you and make you coffee. I get it. My dream woman would be nice to me and make me coffee too, but remember that’s the baristas job. »READ MORE

A New You: Drab to Fab in 14 Days

January 26, 2012 | 2:30 PM | Her | By Maxfield Barker

Are you worried about this upcoming holiday of love? Well fear no more because renowned Phoenix dating coach Joann Cohen’s new Dud to Stud and Drab to Fab programs have exactly what you need. These intensive 14-day programs help singles learn to become more date-able by sprucing up their image. Sign up now because V-Day is right around the corner.

Accommodating Phoenix single men and women, this makeover campaign of love is designed to help singles by turning them into the best versions of themselves.  Through the use of her “Dream Team,” made up of an image consultant, photographers, matchmakers, and stylists, Cohen’s program virtually transforms the client. »READ MORE

The Arts of the Bachelor: Rule of Nathan #48

January 25, 2012 | 2:30 PM | Arts of the Bachelor | By Staff

Nathan’s back, our resident womanizing snarkster, with some solid advice for the singletons this month. Check out this Rule of Nathan #48 and don’t miss his column next month for more of his musings.

Rule of Nathan #48: Never date or try to date a stripper. By never, I mean almost never, and by stripper I mean stripper you meet at the strip club. Strippers aren’t strippers outside of work any more than Hugh Laurie is a doctor, Nathan Fillion is a space cowboy, Nickelback are musicians or Lou Diamond Phillips is Richie Valens. OK, scratch that last one. LDP is totally La Bamba. So, you know, if you meet her because she sits next to you in your law school class, go for it.

In that vein, coffee shops are the new strip clubs and baristas are the new strippers. Bear with me on this one. When your barista smiled at you and she “was totally flirting, man,” remember she has a tip jar. Her job is to be nice to you and make you coffee. I get it. My dream woman would be nice to me and make me coffee too, but remember that’s the baristas job. »READ MORE

The Arts of the Bachelor: The Christmas Blues

December 21, 2011 | 1:00 PM | Arts of the Bachelor | By Staff

A holiday greeting from our favorite button-pusher Nathan Simpson. Catch his monthly musings on Wednesdays as he documents the trials and tribulations of dating in the world’s most unhip suburb.

Happy Holidays to you and yours. I forgot to send out my Christmas cards again this year, so consider this as a last minute but well-intentioned substitute. If you don’t read my column you make my naughty list (not the good one I keep in my night stand) and are therefore, undeserving of my Yuletide greetings.

I’d like to share with you a holiday tradition my family has adopted for the last several years. It’s a sweet and wonderful tradition that involves reflection and reminiscing on old memories. Each year, my family gathers together in my grandma’s living room, stuffed with turkey, ham and trimmings but nibbling on Christmas sweets anyhow and they turn the discussion toward my singledom. »READ MORE

All The Single Ladies: “You Just Need to Get Out More”

December 8, 2011 | 12:30 PM | All The Single Ladies | By Staff

Shannon is back with All the Single Ladies. She’s single, fabulous and back to rant about dating in the desert. Find her column here each month.

When a singleton complains she’s not meeting any “decent” guys, her friends, family and co-workers will no doubtedly respond with…“you just need to get out more.” Sure, get out more. And where, you ask? You’re likely to be referred to the following places where you will surely meet the potential soulmates I regularly come across:

1. The Grocery Store

I typically grocery shop on my way home from work, on an early Sunday morning or at 10:00 pm when I just realized I’m out of cat food and paper towels. What gentlemanly gems have I come across during my late night supply runs? First, I always see “Mr. I Eat All Frozen Dinners and Snacks Outta Plastic Bags.”  Unfortunately, I too eat frozen dinners because I hate cooking and cleaning for just me, so we would be a match made in nutrition hell. Or, I spy outta my eye “Mr. I’m Wearing What I Wore to Play Basketball in and am Picking Up a 12-pack of Bud and Lighter Fluid.” He just screams culturally stimulating to me.  Not that I don’t enjoy a good chargrilled burger every now and then.  And then, there’s always a creepy guy that spends way too much time deciding which brand of toilet paper to buy, or which Costco-sized lotion is more moisturizing. Cree-py! »READ MORE

Worth Repeating: All The Single Ladies: Introducing NDA

November 6, 2011 | 2:00 PM | Uncategorized | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (aka last week). Just in case you missed it.

Introducing our latest column, All The Single Ladies, by Shannon. She’s single, fabulous and ready to rant about dating in the desert. Find her column here each month.

I’d like to create a new online dating website. It shall be called …. NDA. No. Douches. Allowed. »READ MORE

All The Single Ladies: Introducing NDA

November 3, 2011 | 1:00 PM | All The Single Ladies | By Staff

Introducing our latest column, All The Single Ladies, by Shannon. She’s single, fabulous and ready to rant about dating in the desert. Find her column here each month.

I’d like to create a new online dating website. It shall be called …. NDA. No. Douches. Allowed.

»READ MORE

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