It is NOT a complete list of every couple who ever got married in New York City.Read our Frequently Asked Questions to find help for common problems.The reason is simple: Bethanny Frankel’s “Naturally Thin” sold hundreds of thousands of copies and made her a celebrity in her own right.“There’s been enough success to keep going,” explains Jim Milliot, an editorial director at Publishers Weekly, a trade magazine. Incredibly, there have been more than 20 books published by the so-called Real Housewives.The NYC Department of Personnel began a partnership registry for city employees in August 1988, and the City Clerk's Office began a formal registry for the public in January 1993. Yes, in most states, basic marriage license "log" or index data is public information, even if the actual certificates or licenses may have strict privacy rules under the state's vital records laws.(More details.) The program was not discontinued even after the statewide legalization of same-sex marriage in June 2011. In New York, this was upheld in a New York State Freedom of Information case from 1993, formally . This data was provided to the not-for-profit activist group Reclaim The Records by the New York City Clerk's Office.Her play The Understudy, premiered at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in the summer of 2008, with a cast including Reg Rogers, Bradley Cooper and Kristen Johnson, and ran in New York at the Roundabout Theatre from October 2009 - January 2010, featuring Julie White, Justin Kirk, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar in the cast.
We can do what we want with whomever we want, and only settle down when we are good and ready. Both were city girls who came from middle-class families, and while their family experience was different, they both seem confident and determined in their independence. Whether it was bowling or dancing, they just had fun. Some of the photographs we have of her from that time include leather jackets, cigarettes, and feisty smiles.Among her awards are the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award.In 2012, she received the Athena Film Festival Award for Excellence as a Playwright and Author of Films, Books, and Television.In the 1940s, Saturday night was date night, and Alice was always being asked out. She would tell stories of many adventures like when she and her girlfriends skipped school to catch a Frank Sinatra concert in New York City, landing a spot all the way down in the front row.Her father, a policeman, had his buddies in the force keep an eye out for her at each train station, but it was he who waited up for her. Her mother had her say into Alice’s love life, as well.