"We are a little bit old-fashioned, in the sense that we don't use any algorithms or science or strict rules in our matchmaking process.There's a back-and-forth discussion between myself and my fellow Date Lab editor, Christina Breda Antoniades. _\x3d5e2bd");Init Arr=Init Arr
C.-area singles until we find a pair with romance potential.Since 2006, Date Lab has sent hundreds of Washington-area singles on dates, with the results — some good, some bad — reported in the magazine and online.Joining Antoniades will be advice columnist Carolyn Hax and professional matchmaker Paul C.According to the FBI, the ensuing investigation became "one of the largest and most complex in the history of law enforcement." A major focus in the early years of the investigation was a bio-weapons expert named Steven Hatfill, who was eventually exonerated.Another suspect, Bruce Edwards Ivins, became a focus of investigation around April 4, 2005. The program also will include a live Washington-based “Dating Game.” The winning matches will be sent on a Date Lab-sponsored outing.