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“Providence is the biggest city, but in the smallest state,” says Jay. and that means trying to form your own opinion without the influence of someone else’s voice.” “It seems that it isn’t really easy to find the singles scene in Providence,” she says.
“Most people I know have met on dating sites like OKCupid or
I really enjoy trying anything new.” Originally from Iran by way of Kentucky (don’t ask), she gave Providence a shot almost a decade ago and has been here ever since. All of it.” There’s no doubt she’s a catch, and she’s clear about who and what she’s looking for. I really need someone who isn’t afraid to go outside of his comfort zone but remembers to put us first.
“Living in this Renaissance City means constant growth and rebirth of the people and places in Providence, which then in turn offers up endless opportunities. “I am Persian and have a keen sense of style and a mad gift for swagger – so that pretty much makes me the Shah of Providence’s Sunset, right? Someone who isn’t intimidated by my success because, well, he has his own success story.” Even with all of that going on, or maybe because of it, she’s realistic about dating in this city.
“Improving public schools and getting more people engaged in politics and civic life, are passions of mine,” she says. It’s your attitude and the energy you put out there.
Later this month, she’s captaining a team of friends in the annual One Financial Plaza climb for the American Lung Association. I genuinely enjoy people, and I love to go out to eat, drink and cut up a dance floor.” (She has also broken into an Air Force Base and been stung by venomous spines from a coral reef on a Tahiti beach, but she’ll tell you those stories another time.) Karina definitely doesn’t have trouble finding new places and faces – but, she says, “I really have no idea what the ‘singles scene’ is. Life is what you make of it.” But, then, is there such a thing as having too many good things in your life?
Those, though, have a lot of intent behind them, and tend to attract people who are looking for serious relationships.
For people who are just looking to have fun and meet people – and, hey, if that goes somewhere, then great – there’s The Providence Collective.
By day, she’s an events planner at Brown University; at night, she co-owns Suede, a vintage and thrift apparel company that brings pop up shops to events.Someone once told me, do what you love; focus on your passions; surround yourself with people who help you grow; and your best match will appear naturally there.” The hope that your passions draw you to the right person, rather than just finding someone on the town and making a connection, is a common one. The 36-year-old environmental consultant spends a lot of time traveling for work, and when he’s home, he doesn’t want to be out on the prowl – and love isn’t likely to be waiting on the next bar stool.“I work very hard at being the best person I can be,” Jason says. I live a very clean lifestyle and try to be as active as possible.“I’ve got three amazing children,” says Scott Grace. Between homework, little league and Boy Scouts, their activities tend to become my hobbies.I make a mean pinewood derby racer.” An EMT and firefighter in East Providence, Scott’s time is consumed by work, family and the home he’s currently rebuilding from the ground up.