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  • Grooms playing bigger role in wedding planning

    Grooms playing bigger role in wedding planning
    For generations, wedding planning was the bride's thing. She and her mother spent weekends trying on dresses and debating chicken Marsala versus chicken Parmesan. The groom's job was narrowly defined: find his tux, choose his groomsmen, plan the...
  • Gay marriage cases await early decision by U.S. Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for the state of Utah believe they have the perfect case for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide once and for all the hotly-contested legal rights issue of whether states can ban gay marriage. But so do lawyers in Virginia...
  • Ask Amy: First responders respond to emergency query

    Ask Amy: First responders respond to emergency query
    Dear Amy: Now that many residences no longer have home phones with the number listed in a phone book and through 411, how do first responders contact a parent or loved one in case of an emergency? There are six of us in our family. Now that our children...
  • Firing of gay teachers at Missouri Catholic girls school draws outcry

    ST. LOUIS The termination of two gay faculty members at a Missouri all-girls Catholic high school has prompted an outcry from alumnae. In the last several weeks, alumnae have created a private Facebook group with more than 2,000 members in support of...
  • Firing of gay teachers at Missouri Catholic school draws outcry

    ST. LOUIS The termination of two gay faculty members at a Missouri all-girls Catholic high school has prompted an outcry from alumnae. In the last several weeks, alumnae concerned about the firing of Christina Gambaro and Olivia Reichert have created a...
  • Pam Bondi doing what is right

    Regarding the Aug. 31 cartoon and editorial, "AG Pam Bondi should end fight against gay marriage": I'm sorry if cartoonist Chan Lowe regards the vast majority of Florida voters as pigs. The 62 percent of Floridians who voted for the traditional-...
  • U.S. appeals court challenges states on gay marriage bans

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court in Chicago appeared ready to strike down gay marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin after vigorously challenging the two states' attorneys at a hearing on Tuesday. The oral arguments before a three-judge panel...
  • In Theory: Are worship centers good polling places?

    Houses of worship have been used as polling places across America since the earliest days of our nation. One Florida church, Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, however, after this month will no longer open its doors to voters on election days after...
  • A strong verdict for gay marriage

     A strong verdict for gay marriage
    Same-sex marriage has been riding a wave in the courts so strong and wide that it's starting to look inevitable. Ultimately, its fate will have to be decided by the United States Supreme Court. But when the justices get around to that task, they will...
  • Garfunkel and Oates, from flat screen to big stage

    Garfunkel and Oates, from flat screen to big stage
    As actresses, Riki Lindhome, 35, and Kate Micucci, 34, have plenty of television, film and commercial acting credits between them. But together they've hit pay dirt as the comedy-music duo Garfunkel and Oates. The two teamed up in 2007. "We were...
  • Why Jews don't vote for GOP presidential candidates [Letter]

    Why Jews don't vote for GOP presidential candidates [Letter]
    Columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr's. commentary suggesting that Jews should reconsider their long-standing support of Democratic presidential candidates requires a response ("The GOP supports Israel more than Dems," Aug. 24). Mr. Ehrlich rightly points out...