When Caroline Turcksin and Jon Kleiman decided to get married, they wanted a wedding short on commercialism and long on audience participation. It's no shocker that their flash-mob ceremony in Boston's Prudential Center has gone viral!
Of course, that's not what most headlines are saying about the revelations in Christopher Andersen's new biography of the first couple, Barack and Michelle: Portrait of an American Marriage. But it sure sounds like the gist of the book.
We thought engagement meant we'd get married. Everyone else thought it meant a wedding. When's the "right" time to get married?
An Associate Professor of Social Economy at Bryn Mawr named Hornell Hart, created a chart — printed in the October 1927 issue of Popular Science — which predicts one's chances for marital happiness using "a new scientific method." The chart (pictured after the jump) is based on the age of the groom and the age of the…