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A night with Logan Ury

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Behavioral scientist Logan Ury is the “director of relationsh­ip science” at Hinge, the dating app famous for getting more mentions in Modern Love than any other. So when her latest book promises to teach singles “How to Not Die Alone,” recognizin­g and changing behaviors to remove “dating blind spots,” they listen. Ury visits Sixth and I for a doublehead­er on Tuesday: The main event finds Ury in conversati­on with Rabbi Aaron Potek, discussing dating in all its forms. Show up early for a seminar on “How to Design Your Best Online Dating Profile,” and learn why you probably shouldn’t be using that photo. The conversati­on is offered in person as well as virtually; the workshop is in-person only.

When: Tuesday. Dating profile workshop 6 to 7 p.m.; conversati­on 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Where: Sixth and I, 600 I St. NW. sixthandi.org.

Tickets: Talk $10-$26. Workshop $30-$40.

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TOM BRENNER FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

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