Sleater-Kinney started out ten years ago as a side project by the singer-guitarists Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein, both veterans of the Pacific Northwest music scene. Drummer Janet Weiss joined them in 1996. They have recorded seven albums, including Dig Me Out, One Beat, and, most recently, The Woods, which came out in May. James Surowiecki has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 2000 and currently writes the Financial Page for the magazine.
Psychologist Dr. Aaron Pierce arrives home from a romantic vacation with his beautiful wife. Within two days, she has left him and returned to Bora-Bora to live with a newly found lover. Still young and unsure where to look for a new life partner, Dr. Pierce turns to online dating. He searches the world, meeting women from Russia to South America. Persevering, he finally finds the love of his life in Mexico. The future looks bright for the two, especially once the doctor receives an unexpected inheritance.