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Issue Date: February 2010


Singles Out: Danielle Cherry


Edited by Kim Schneider; Stories by Emily Garvey, Lauren Hennen, Christina Ipavec, Kristin Majcher, Rebecca Meiser, Brittany Moffat, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan and Aaron Yeager
Danielle Cherry, 30
Communications coordinator, Cleveland Indians

The perfect date: Something involving live music. There has to be good food and laughter.

Something most people don’t know about me:
I take belly dancing and drumming lessons. I just started, though, so you’re probably not going to see me in the background for Aerosmith anytime soon.

My cell phone:
I’m more of a talker than a texter. You can learn a lot from the sound of someone’s voice.

Biggest turn-on:
I like passionate people and, of course, a good sense of humor.

Biggest turnoff:
Bad hygiene. Bad breath and chapped lips are definitely turnoffs.

I own too many:
Containers of lip gloss and ChapStick. They’re so cheap and cute. I love everything from drugstore ChapStick to fancy MAC Lip Glass.

My favorite … place in Cleveland:
I like anywhere on the shoreline. I love being at Edgewater Park watching the sunset. … sports team: The Indians, of course. … book: I really like Liliane by Ntozake Shange. I can relate to the main character, Liliane. She has a quiet confidence, she loves to dance, and she’s very open-minded and gifted. She has a very good spirit and she’s genuine. … vacation destination: I fell in love with Florida, and I really like Arizona. They’re both warm for one, and Arizona has some very scenic sunsets. In Arizona, there’s a spa or massage parlor on every corner. Florida beaches are great. The water there so is blue, and the sand is clear. I really like Clearwater though you can’t go wrong with Miami either. … dessert: Anything light, warm and full of flavor. I like the desserts at Fahrenheit and Cream and Sugar. That place has some of the best red velvet cake in the world! … blog: I read so many. I don’t know that I have one favorite. I like anything with sports.

Facebook: yes or no?
Yes, but I’m far from an addict. I just got my own page like five months ago. It’s odd: I do PR for others all the time, but I’m not so good at doing it for myself. Maybe it’s shyness; I don’t want my photos spread all across the Web. I decided to do it to stay connected to my friends and family.

My usual hangout:
Lately it’s been Sushi Rock because of the calamari. I live in the Warehouse District, so it’s close by.

In high school I was …
an athlete, class president and on the homecoming court. My high school was a little unique, though. I went to a boarding school in Chattanooga, Tenn.

My passion:
Family and giving back

My best feature:
My eyes or my smile. I have a good sense of humor, and I like to laugh.

My bad habit:
At times I’m indecisive. I’ve heard from some of my friends that that can get annoying.

My first kiss:
I think it was either Toby or Troy. I had a “T” thing back in the day. I remember I was young — before middle school. It lasted three to five seconds, but it was such a big deal.

My guilty pleasure:
I have three: SportsCenter, Bravo and the Food Network. I love food, clothes and sports, so I spend all my time flipping through those channels. I don’t know why I have cable.

How my ex would describe me:
Remarkable. A mistake for letting me get away.

Blonds or brunets:
Brunet. Blonds do not have more fun.

Going out or staying in:
I have more fun staying in sometimes. I really like to dance, but you can do that in the middle of the living room.

Early, late or right on time:
Right on time, or at least I try to be.

Dogs or cats:
Dogs because of their strength and loyalty.

My longest relationship:
About five years. We’re still on good terms. We were best friends during those five years. I can say nothing wrong about him. He’s a wonderful man, and he says the same things about me.

Beer, wine or martinis:
Wine or martinis. Beer is nasty.

Roses or chocolates:
Chocolate. Roses fade.

My No. 1 dating rule:
Courtesy and chivalry are really important. I like a guy to open a door, but I’m quick to say thank you after he does it. Chivalry doesn’t go unnoticed.

My deal-breaker:
Lying. It’s unnecessary.

I hate when a date orders …
certain types of sushi or tomatoes. I’m sushi conservative, and I despise tomatoes.

Worst pickup line:
“Let me buy you a drink.” It’s so generic and corny. It’s on the same lines as “Oh, you’re so beautiful.” Be original.

If I could marry anyone:
Whoever God sends my way — although having muscles and being a great kisser wouldn’t hurt.

On a first date I never…
kiss or pay.

Best place to meet someone:
I like practical places. Bookstores. Grocery stores. Places you go every day.

Most unusual place I’ve met someone:
At the food court in the Atlanta airport. We just started talking; we both had layovers. It’s not the ideal meeting spot, though. Generally, everyone you meet is going to a different destination.

My take on Cleveland’s single scene:
It’s somewhat difficult but full of promise. There are people of good substance in Cleveland.

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