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  • Pictures in the News | January 6, 2015

     
    Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in Bulgaria, where people perform the 'Horo' dance holding national flags during celebrations of the Epiphany day in the icy waters of the Tundzha river. Epiphany is a Christian feast that celebrates the arrival of...
  • Gay marriage examined in Boca dramedy

    Gay marriage examined in Boca dramedy
    The topic could not be more timely. Same-sex marriage is at the center of "Daniel's Husband," a dramedy by local playwright Michael McKeever ("Clark Gable Slept Here," "Moscow," "Stuff"). Roughly a week after marriage equality goes in effect in...
  • Miami judge weds gays and lesbians after ruling against ban

    Miami judge weds gays and lesbians after ruling against ban
    MIAMI (AP) — Lesbian and gay couples were married in Miami on Monday by the same judge who earlier in the day said she saw no reason why they couldn't immediately get their licenses. The judge’s ruling jump-started the celebrations and...
  • Republican Party will test Christian voters' clout

    WASHINGTON The Christian right launched a host of Republican stars, from Pat Robertson's surprising bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 1988 to Mike Huckabee's in 2008 and Rick Santorum's in 2012. None ever managed to win the nomination,...
  • Gay weddings, working class and Bondi: Letters

    Gay weddings, working class and Bondi: Letters
    Synagogues, gay weddings I commend my colleague Rabbi Rick Sherwin for his support of marriage equality ("Few houses of worship will wed gays," Orlando Sentinel, Wednesday). However, had the Sentinel spoken with other congregational rabbis in greater...
  • Bishops' stance against gay marriage wrong-headed

    I take umbrage with the Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops' column, "Redefinition of Marriage by Florida Court a Mistake." I doubt gay marriage will decimate the ranks of Catholics for perpetuation of Catholicism. Heterosexuals will still produce more...
  • South Dakota's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, judge rules

    South Dakota's voter-approved same-sex marriage ban is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday, making it the latest in a string of marriage bans to fall nationwide. U.S. District Judge Karen Schreier stayed her ruling until the appeals process...
  • Same-sex wedding opens doors, stirs reflections

    Same-sex wedding opens doors, stirs reflections
    In the spring 1977, Anita Bryant became a catalyst for prejudice for a group of teachers. We had to do everything in our power to conceal the fact that we were gay or we faced losing our jobs. The term “In the closet” became our mantra....
  • Even as Egyptian court acquits 26 men in gay trial, the stigma, humiliation linger on for some

    An Egyptian court on Monday acquitted 26 men arrested in a televised raid last month by police looking for gays at a Cairo public bathhouse, a ruling that set off deafening cheers and jubilation inside the courtroom as some of the defendants uncovered...
  • Andrew Haigh's 'Looking' characters search for love

    Andrew Haigh's 'Looking' characters search for love
    British filmmaker Andrew Haigh grew up loving challenging films as an usher at London's National Film Theatre. Then he made one as the writer and director of "Weekend," a deep and fleeting romance between two men. Haigh is now the co-creator of "Looking,"...
  • Appellate court urged to deepen civil rights legacy with marriage rights for gays and lesbians

    Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas took their stands against same-sex marriage Friday before a federal appellate court with a legacy of pushing Deep South conservatives out of their comfort zones on civil rights. Lawyers for gays and lesbians urged the...