West Hollywood celebrates high court’s rulings on gay marriage

Hollywood crew films movie at the Plymouth Trial Court

We don’t deserve to be treated any less than anyone else.” Many in West Hollywood had been nervous about the same-sex marriage ruling after the high court’s decision a day earlier that struck down a key part on the Voting Rights Act. “So many people have fought for this. The Voting Rights ruling caught me off guard.
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West Hollywood Prop 8 Rally Remembers Those Who Made 2013 Supreme Court Decision Possible

Cedarville resident Robin Polisky brought her 4-year-old son, Kobi, to the courthouse Thursday morning in the hope of meeting Downey and the rest of the cast. Kobi has been in several commercials and a TV show pilot and looked forward to meeting the Iron Man star. They camped out outside the courtroom during filming and made friends with some of the crew but never made it into the shoot. They moved outside during the crews lunch break and were rewarded with glimpses of Downey playing with his own young son on the way back to his trailer. Bianca Bortoluzzi, a visitor from North Carolina and maybe the biggest Robert Downey Jr. fan ever, was jealous until she got her own glimpse of the star.
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Hollywood Warns Gays: Careful What You Wish For (WATCH)


& Mrs. Smith, the silver screen is littered with bitter, vitriolic marriages scarred by regret, revenge and recrimination. The latest installment in this genre is the film Between Us , adapted from the hit Off-Broadway play by Joe Hortua.
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It was experiences like those, in addition to California voters’ approval of Prop 8 in 2008, that made them believe they would never see marriage equality in their lifetime. Now, said Borsum, “we want to see it across the country.” Los Angeles resident Brad Bigelow, 58, had a more immediate memory. This week, Bigelow will mark one year since his longtime partner died. He fought back tears talking about the loss.
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