The course of true love never did run smooth. A relationship might start in elementary school, on a blind date — or through a vision seen in a pile of Thanksgiving mashed potatoes. It might overcome an exhausting NFL schedule, a long-distance separation or hair in the sink. Sun staff surveyed prominent local couples — ranging from their 20s to their 70s — about how they met, why it still works and who takes out the trash.
Lynne Brick, 60, and husband Victor Brick, 63
Co-founders and owners of Brick Bodies
How they met: At the gym at Towson University in 1974. "As she walked under the basket through the...