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ReBar Owner Does Not Have Money to Pay $1M Back to Jilted Couples: Source

Stevens made an agreement with the Attorney General's office to pay $1 million in restitution.

DUMBO »

DA Investigates as ReBar's Sudden Closure Costs Couples Thousands

The sudden closure of the DUMBO event space has left dozens of couples scrambling.

West Village »

The Best Wedding Cake Alternatives to Serve at NYC Nuptials

From sweet skulls to crispy rice treats to Cronuts, city couples are serving unusual desserts.

West Village »

Where to Find Indie Bookstores in New York City

Independent bookstores stay afloat in neighborhoods with loyal customers and creative business models.

Prospect Heights »

'Brooklyn' Ketubahs Give Ancient Aramaic Marriage Contract a Modern Edge

Young female artists in Brooklyn are updating the venerable Jewish bridal contract for hip city couples.

Upper West Side »

Two Regulars Get Engaged at Big Daddy's Diner

Jamie Drogin and Jeffrey Lehman shared an early date at the diner and one of their most special moments.

Fort Greene »

Fort Greene Park an Unusual Backdrop for Couple's Nuptials

BethAnn Bonner and Maria Fuenmayor were married on the steps of Fort Greene Park.

New York City »

'Guerrilla Weddings' on the Rise as Couples Tie the Knot on the Cheap

An increasing number of New York City couples are opting for so-called "guerrilla weddings."

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Chronic Migraine Sufferer Gets a Wedding Do-Over

Danielle Mills, who suffered a migraine during her wedding, gets another chance at the big day.

Midtown & Theater District »

Heartbreak Jeweler Helps Divorcees Turn Their Blues Into Green

I Do, Now I Don't specializes in buying and selling rings after divorces and broken engagements.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Life Coach Helps Gay Couples Answer Marriage Questions

A gay marriage coach is helping couples cope with new marriage laws.

Manhattan »

Marriage Applications Soar as Gay Couples Prepare to Be Wed

Online marriage applications spiked 20 percent Tuesday, despite a glitch that forced couples to be "bride" and "groom."

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