This week, Celebrity Mixologist, Matt Seigel stopped by Finding Cupid Radio and shared his advice when it comes to choosing the right cocktail. As a Finding Cupid exclusive, Matt shared with us a recipe for a Fall Cocktail that is is sure to impress at any event. We reccomend to use this recipe for your next Fall Party or even to impress friends with a pre-drink at your newly (Matt Seigel approved) stocked bar. However you choose to use it, just know its coming from the maste
There is an untapped resource in the world of dating. It's not a dating app, a website or even an exclusive club. It's Speed Dating! For the most part, the world of Speed Dating has been confined to awkward scenes in RomComs and the pun of SNL Jokes. But that was the past and speed dating is making a comeback and is becoming the hottest new place to find the best singles in your neighborhood. Recently I was able to host a Speed Dating night with the wonderful team at Mixalot.
My how things have changed over the last ten years. Dating Apps and clever websites have replaced the good old days of meeting in person and the sheer act of getting to know someone has all but become extinct. As a gay man, the many intricacies of dating has always been a tough experience. First, you go through many years of your life fearing the act of coming out and revealing your sexuality. Then, when you do, there is no real manual or role models to show you what how to d
Season 8 of Finding Cupid Radio is BACK and better than ever! David and Team Cupid return to chat about all the latest news on the Dating world. This week, the team discusses all the new dating terms that have cone out in the last few months. Have you heard of Zombie-ing? What about Kittenfishing? They sound like just a bunch of funny words don't they? Sadly, they are all REAL terms being used today. Check out the latest episode of Finding Cupid Radio to see what David and Te
Why do we constantly find ourselves taking the wrong people back into our lives? We justify the shitty things they’ve done to us, we lie to ourselves about how much hurt they’ve dealt us and we “forget” about how great it felt to break it off in the first place. It may seem easier to bring back someone who knows you intimately, and you may think “he’s not all bad” and “things weren’t always like this!” Relationships are hard, and ending them can be even harder. We’re often ri
Living in West Hollywood is nothing short of existing on another planet, separate from any other community in the country--gay or straight. It feels like a hyperbolic echo-system, where the most wonderful things about the gay community run right up against the worst and most gut-wrenching. Dating around here is no simple task. Many of us seek people from outside of the immediate Weho area, or hope to find someone new to the city; someone “fresh” and untainted by dozens of guy