” The piece generated numerous e-mail responses — about 30.
A Jewish couple hangs out in the kitchen as the girl makes a pot of Matzo Ball Soup.
The guy points out that his bubbie used to put seltzer in the matzo balls, as the ones in the pot look like sinkers.
The online dating company was fined $500,000 in penalties Monday and was ordered to have full transparency with its customers about automatically renewing memberships.
Radinsky also told the Journal that they hired an administrator to distribute restitution and that only California consumers who were affected will receive notice about their refunds.
According to its site, “Spark Networks SE is a leading global dating company with a portfolio of premium brands designed for singles seeking serious relationships.” JDate, the company’s first site, launched in Los Angeles in 1997.
Driven by the success of JDate, Spark Networks continued to develop “niche-focused” online-dating communities including Elite Singles, Attractive World, e Darling, LDSSingles, Adventist Singles, and Jswipe.Eventbrite, and certain approved third parties, use functional, analytical and tracking cookies (or similar technologies) to understand your event preferences and provide you with a customized experience.By closing this banner or by continuing to use Eventbrite, you agree.But emboldened by a few forays into writing — a few pieces for Mad magazine, a couple of scripts for “Goofy” comic books, a column for a cartooning journal, plus a couple of Op-Ed pieces for my day-job daily newspaper — I ventured into this untried realm for The Journal.With beginner’s luck on my side, I wrote a well-received column about the “Geographic Undesirability” of being out in the boonies — in my case, western Ventura County — and the difficulties this posed for dating and socializing: “You came to this Westside event from where?!The Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office and local prosecutors including the District Attorney’s Office found that site’s creator Spark Networks U. A LLC, was “automatically renewing customer payments, without their express prior consent as required by federal and state law, among other alleged violations of law.” According to Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey, federal and state law requires businesses to make these auto-renewals clear to consumers, and to get their “express, affirmative consent” – before they collect any money.