Fathers don't get any paid time off, but many men work upward of 80-hour weeks.
When they're done, they follow up with people they find most compatible.
If the conversation gets too awkward, a "marriage-promotion committee" will step in to smooth things alone.
36th St., feverup.com) Listen in on a reading of the 1998 crime drama film "Belly" read by comedians Nore Davis ("2 Dope Queens"), Sam Jay (an "SNL" writer), Chris Daniels ("Book of Ye" podcast), Noah Gardenswartz ("Conan"), Chanel Ali (New York Comedy Club), and Mike Brown (Decepticomics).
The show will be hosted by Shalewa Sharpe ("Hidden Fences," and "2 Dope Queens") and Courtney Fearrington (Bentzen Ball, Sirius XM).
New York Road Runners coaches will take you along on a three-mile resolution run to keep you on track for your 2018 fitness goals. 57th St., eventbrite.com) Get tips and tricks and hands-on training on how to make pizza from scratch, including how to choose the best flour, select the perfect topping combinations and get a crisp, bubbly crust. ($45, 6 p.m., the Bryant Park Lounge at the Residence Inn Marriott Times Square, 1033 Sixth Ave., feverup.com) New York City will become your Hawkins in this "Stranger Things" scavenger hunt that will take you to landmarks and make you "fight monsters" and travel to the "upside down." Those who rack up the most points will win a prize.
All paces are welcome and there will be hot chocolate at the end of the run. (, p.m., starts at Slattery's Midtown Pub, 8 E.
Save for the large-scale demographics stakes, these matchmaking services work like you might expect.
Single people show up to go on quick dates one after another.
A number of countries with dwindling populations desperately want their citizens to have more sex, but Japan is going the extra mile.
Around the country, local Japanese governments have set up speed-dating services where people can come to meet potential lifelong partners.
(, to 6 p.m., 36-01 35 Ave., Astoria, movingimage.us) The immigrant experience takes center stage at the Howard Greenberg Gallery this month with an array of work from more than 40 photographers, dating from the 1860s to 2015.