This week on Street Beat, on the eve of Valentine’s Day, Host Syma Chowdhry gathers advice to singles as they explore the dating jungle from Kimberly Adams of New Day Counseling.

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Then Julie Booksh of the Relationship Institute provides suggestions to couples weathering the storms of marriage.

Next Syma learns about a fun “over 21” Valentine’s Day event at the Detroit Zoo called “Love Gone Wild,” from Scott Carter of the Detroit Zoological Society who also shares some interesting tidbits about the mating habits of zoo animals.

Then Kim Kovelle of Metro Parent shares ideas for families to enjoy a loving family-style Valentine’s Day.

  1. Dileeka says:

    The instructions, which are proloy translated from Chinese, do not in some cases appear to apply to this product. For example, charging time is supposed to be 20-30 minutes. The instructions say, The LED will light up when charging, if completed the LED will turn off. After as much as two hours of charging the LED does not turn off. There comes a point where it changes from white to red. The instructions do not say what that means.The instructions also say, when the controller is in electrification the controller LED turns light, when in charging the controller is twinkling. By that I assume that it means the multi-color LEDs take turns lighting up in fast succession. Mine didn’t do that.Regardless of how long I charge the battery in the helicopter the rotors will not rotate fast enough to lift it more than an inch off the ground. It does not hover. As soon as it becomes airborne it moves forward or, sometimes, sideways. It has never flown long enough for me to be able to test the flight controls although the trim controls seem to function per the instructionsSeveral times the throttle stuck and the motor continued to run until I shut the controller off.My experience with this product has been frustrating and very disappointing and I could not recommend it to anyone. I suspect that the unit may be defective in some way or ways. But the instructions are so proloy written that I have no way to be certain.

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