Urban Love

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Finding love in New York is tricky and exciting, with more bumps and potholes than Broadway. DNAinfo is here to help, with real stories from real New Yorkers looking for someone special or to keep love alive in the Big Apple.

Chelsea »

Jonathan Stidd launched an app that lets you post and search for missed connections.

Murray Hill »

If you keep ending up dating shnooks, a local entrepreneur offers a dating alternative for you.

Williamsburg »

It uses Bluetooth instead of Internet when there's no service.

Williamsburg »

Whether it's true love or a casual Tinder date, find the right spot to go on your next L train date.

Financial District »

Photographer Natasha Jahangir chronicles City Hall unions in "Married in New York."

Astoria »

It's not uncommon for New Yorkers to end up living with an ex due to finances.

Park Slope »

DNAinfo rounded up tips on how to meet and date other single dog owners.

Red Hook »

The goal of "Escape from F--k Zone" is to enter into a fulfilling relationship.

Chelsea »

The event will feature DJs, tarot readers, meatballs and "hot (adult) beverages."

Flatbush »

"It’s not as crazy as you think it is," the man said.

Lower East Side »

Dating app The Grade rates users based on profile, photos and communication skills.

TriBeCa »

Your dating life might need a shake-up if you want to avoid a repeat of the last 12 months.

Bed-Stuy »

"Single Man, Married Man" dishes on the dos and don'ts from the perspective of different men. 

Astoria »

Progress in a romantic relationship can be measured against a hierarchy of social media interactions.