Long-lasting love celebrated at Borough Hall

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams continued his annual Valentine's Day tradition of honoring Brooklyn residents who have been married for 50 or more years. Adams

Adams invited the couples to Borough Hall for a celebration of their long-lasting nuptials.

Adams invited the couples to Borough Hall for a celebration of their long-lasting nuptials. (2/12/16)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams continued his annual Valentine's Day tradition of honoring Brooklyn residents who have been married for 50 or more years.

Adams invited the couples to Borough Hall for a celebration of their long-lasting nuptials.

Edith and Martin Starr have been married for 72 years. During that time, Martin has kept a picture of his wife in his wallet.

Martin's key to a long marriage is simple, "Don't go to bed mad."

 

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