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“It’s a frightening thing but there was so much positive coming out of the film, and watching (the Royal Oaks community), I felt like everybody was happy and thriving.
Speed-dating singles were supposed to use short drawing exercises as their ice breakers at El Segundo Museum of Art. Speakers in the gallery rock low strains of a romantic playlist including “True” by the 1980s new wave band Spandau Ballet, and fragrant perfume drifts through the air. as the awkward truth of the situation dawns on the women.
(Photo by James Carbone for the Pasadena Star News) Married 80-somethings, Chuck and Joan Mc Gee said they had a great time speed dating.
So did several other single and married residents of Royal Oaks, a continuing care retirement community.
We are *once again* welcoming and hosting our next speed dating event at an innovative neighborhood coffee shoppe new to town, Toasted and Roasted.But would they get on board for a chance at finding love?For a couple of hours this Valentine's Day, one car of each Red Line train will be set up for speed dating.“I’m really honored to be a part of it and happy to be here again and share the movie with everybody.”It was nearly a year ago that Royal Oaks served as the backdrop for the film about a widow, Carol, played by Blythe Danner, looking for life after the death of her beloved dog.Perlman and Squibb play Carol’s girlfriends, and Elliott’s character, her new love interest.“(Making the movie) did make me think of getting old,” said Perlman, 67.