West Hollywood celebrates high court’s rulings on gay marriage

Hollywood Park traditions prepare to find new homes

Melvin, 25, held him in a long hug. When the high court next left standing a ruling overturning California’s Proposition 8 clearing the way for same-sex marriages to resume in the state the pair kissed. Then they cheered and cut into the cake, popped open a bottle of champagne, shook it and sprayed it over those nearby. Now, Melvin and Brown proclaimed, they can start planning their wedding. The mood Wednesday across West Hollywood was jubilant.
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The movie follows young, idealistic New Yorkers (Stiles and Diggs) as they visit their wealthier and longer-married friends in a ritzy Midwestern mansion. But money barely disguises the contempt behind the wealthy couple’s marriage, and we quickly see it fractured to the point of disintegration. As the film flashes forward a couple years, we now see that the Midwestern couple has repaired their marriage (made possible only by a painful accident), while the young idealists struggle under a mountain of college debt and the stresses of having a newborn in Manhattan.
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Ole Bob Bowers, the sire of John Henry, tied the world record for 1 1/8 miles in the Tanforan, and Both Ends Burning won it twice in the 1980s. Tanforan the race track burned down in 1964. Bay Meadows picked up the Tanforan Handicap, then it was passed on to Golden Gate Fields, where its last running was 2006.
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