….seven years ago today, reported The New York Times:
WEDDINGS; Laura Gross, Max KalehoffÂ
Laura Elizabeth Gross and Max Ashley Kalehoff were married last evening by Rabbi Peter Hyman at Brantwyn, a former du Pont home in Wilmington, Del.
The couple graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University, where they met.
Mrs. Kalehoff, 24, is the lifestyle editor for McCall’s magazine in New York, for which she covers home and beauty topics. She is the daughter of Dorothea and Richard Gross of Swarthmore, Pa. Her father is a lawyer at Dalloz Safety, a manufacturer of protective equipment in Reading, Pa.
Mr. Kalehoff, 25, is a senior manager in charge of marketing and communications in New York for Jupiter Media Metrix, an Internet research firm. He is the son of Rose Brown of Riverside, Conn., and Edd Kalehoff of New Rochelle, N.Y., and the stepson of the actress Andrea McArdle. His mother is a former art teacher who taught at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich, Conn. His father, a composer of music for television, wrote the themes for ”48 Hours” and ”The Price Is Right,” both on CBS. The bridegroom’s stepmother was the star of the original Broadway production of ”Annie,” and now plays the role of Belle in ”Beauty and the Beast.”
Wow! Things have changed, but only gotten better. Most notably, we now have a son, Julian, who will celebrate his first birthday in two weeks. Our seven-year anniversary is somewhat misleading, because we began dating five years prior to getting married. We will dine and celebrate tonight at Blue Hill at Stone Barns (yummy).