DINNER WITH CUPID
We’re looking for unmarried adult applicants for Dinner With Cupid, a column that matches two singles for a blind date and features details of their evening out together.
To apply, please fill out this application.
A photo is required to complete the application. We’ll email you only if you’ve been chosen for a date. No phone calls, please. You must be at least 21 years of age and a resident of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, or Vermont. You must be available for a date that we set up, agree to attend that date, and be willing to sign our declaration of eligibility and release. We will not provide transportation to or from the date, and we will reimburse dinners up to $100 (if you go over, you’ll have to pick up the difference).
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