This article from nytimes.com is related to Lou Reed so little that I just had to include it. Here it is:
Anne Deborah Secor, a freelance art director in Manhattan, was married yesterday to Stephen Roger Friedman, a management and technology consultant in Manhattan. The Rev. Richard D. Leonard, a Unitarian Universalist minister, officiated at Bayard's, a Manhattan restaurant.
Ms. Secor-Friedman, 46, works on catalogs, product packaging, advertising and publications. She graduated from Sweet Briar College. She is the daughter of Elizabeth K. Secor-Woy of Philadelphia and the late Dr. Robert M. Secor, and is the stepdaughter of James B. Woy. Her father retired as a research chemical engineer for E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, the chemical company in Wilmington. Her mother is a public relations specialist at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.
Mr. Friedman, 52, specializes in organizing publications departments and in developing and managing computer networks for companies. He is also a bass player who performed in the late 1970's with Lou Reed. In November, he performed at the Earthshack, a coffeehouse in Val-David, Quebec.
He is a son of Emmy J. Friedman of Todt Hill, Staten Island, and the late Lawrence H. Friedman, who were retired and who had owned Stuyvesant Music and We Buy Guitars, both former guitar stores in Manhattan.
The bridegroom's previous marriage ended in divorce.
This surely ranks as one of my most boring posts of all time. But I do hope that this marriage works out for Mr. Friedman.