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A Nuptials Postponed?

Huppah Dreams

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Stacey Danker and Steven Lessans.(Brian Marcus/Fred Marcus Photography/NYT)

Each Monday, we choose the most interestingly Jewish Weddings/Celebrations announcement in the New York Times. The tropical storm formerly known as Hurricane Irene provides a complication: It is reported that Stacey Danker and Steven Lessans were wed last night at Manhattan’s Pierre hotel, but would I bet on it? Probably not. Either way, surely at some point this Yeshiva U.-trained clinical psychologist and hedge-funder will be joined in holy matrimony by Rabbi Irwin A. Zeplowitz. A (potentially premature) mazel tov to the happy couple!

Stacey Danker, Steven Lessans [NYT]

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Somebody needs to edit/review your copy–this lovely young couple are NOT “Shivah Stars”….

Marc Tracy says:

@naomi gah!!! thanks!

The wedding happened on schedule and it was beautiful. The Pierre Hotel did a fantastic job. Congrats again Steven and Stacey!

It happened! I was there! And it was AWESOME!!

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