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She’s a singer-songwriter turned innkeeper who commutes biweekly from Vermont to Manhattan. He’s a private art dealer from Italy. And while the two are just friends, they consider themselves to be a non-traditional New York love story. Melissa Levis and Egizio Panetti join us in the studio to talk about what people get wrong about Valentine’s Day, and how we should be celebrating different kinds of love.Feb.13.2018
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