LoveFest Singles Mixer (slideshow)

Single Jews (and Gentiles) searched for their perfect match on a more obscure Jewish holiday.
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Tu b'Av may not be the most recognizable Jewish holiday, but the people behind Jewlicious and East Side Jews are looking to change that with the LoveFest celebration.  The Wilshire Boulevard Temple hosted singles from across the city and gave them a night full of dance music, booze, and classic Jewish pushiness to find a soulmate. There were even professional yentas on hand to make matches. 

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