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It was midnight and he was getting the Champagne, and he said, ‘Why don’t we play the music ball?’” she said. Years earlier, Ms. Basile had given him a wooden sphere that, when wound with a key, plays a tune from “The Magic Flute,” a favorite opera. Ms. Basile grabbed the ball off a bookshelf. As she was about to wind it up, she found, around the key, an Art Deco ring from the 1930s that Mr. Smith had bought at Erie Basin, a Brooklyn shop Ms. Basile loves.
On March 10, Ms. Basile and Mr. Smith were married before 154 guests at the Brooklyn Winery, not far from where they fell in love. Ms. Basile, in a full-length fitted lace dress with a high neck from Shareen Bridal, walked down the aisle with her father. Mr. Smith’s sister, Heather Hussar, who became a marriage officiant via the City of New York for the occasion, led a short ceremony punctuated by three poetry readings. (One, “Dos Palabras,” was read in Spanish and English.) (Source: www.nytimes.com)
For Ms. Basile and Mr. Smith, who grew up in Delmar, N.Y., the romantic road forward would be marked with scholarly texts rather than stolen cha-cha sessions in Manhattan. Mr. Smith holds two bachelor’s degrees, two master’s degrees and a Ph.D. The master’s degrees, in music performance and music history, are from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester. The Ph.D., in music history, is from New York University, which he was still working on when Ms. Basile moved to Crown Heights.
Six months later, she and her friend Emily Nonko were looking for a New York apartment with a third friend, Brigid Mitchel. “We had some misfires, like we found a place in Park Slope that we loved, but it fell through,” said Ms. Nonko, a real estate writer in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. Then a cheap three-bedroom in Crown Heights popped up on Craigslist. “There were no pictures,” she said, “but we went to check it out the same day.” (Source: www.nytimes.com)