Love Was In The Air At ARF - 27 East

Love Was In The Air At ARF

author on Feb 14, 2012
Not bad for a first rendezvous—a keyboardist playing “Yesterday” in the background, pink and red balloons, Valentine-themed tablecloths, wine, crudites, dog biscuits ...

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