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Kate Lowenstein

October 14, 2013 |
76 Years Later

What does it take to make a marriage last almost eight decades? Tom and Nina Nassisi, one of New York’s longest-married couples, weigh in.

July 16, 2012 |
“I Drive a Taxi, But I’m Also …”

The surprising double lives of New York hacks.

December 26, 2011 |
The Photographer

“It’s easy to shoot people who are happy. Brides feel beautiful, the parents are happy—it’s a joyous occasion.”

December 26, 2011 |
The Bra Lady

“I’ve been to so many weddings where the woman spends all night hiking up her dress. We don’t stand for that.”

October 12, 2011
The Flash-Wedding Diary

Two hundred guests, $30,000, and one psycho-mambo horn band—all in 135 days.

October 12, 2011
The Cake Makers

“Mark has been doing this since he was in diapers. He’s made everything you’ve experienced in a four-star restaurant or a French patisserie—even the croissants.”

October 12, 2011
The Stationer

“I come with an older-school attitude: I bristled at the e-mail reply for years. I’ve clearly lost that battle.”

March 22, 2011 |
The Officiant

“I always hope to fall a little bit in love with all the couples I work with. If I can’t authentically be happy for them, then that’s not the ceremony for me.”

March 22, 2011 |
The Start of Something Great

Eleven New Yorkers tell the story behind their wedding’s most cinematic moment.

March 22, 2011 |
The Cinematographer

“We’re not the company that will pass a microphone around—that’s very tacky. We don’t want to waste time interviewing guests who don’t want to talk.”

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