When most newly engaged couples imagine their wedding day, they picture it as a singular event -- one ceremony that will bind them together, forever. For LGBT couples like Brad Stauffer and John Vieira, the dream is different. The pair have celebrated three weddings over the past decade, and if th ... More >>
Everyone loves a good wedding -- the booze, the food, the outfits, the awkward drunk uncle dance. But truth is, nuptials are even more fascinating when famous musicians are involved. (What do their drunk uncles look like doing "The Birdie Song" dance?!) Here are five musicians and singers who have p ... More >>
Welcome to Cosentino Watch, where we recap the moves of San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino as he competes in Top Chef Masters. Warning: Spoilers ahead. Episode 2's title, "You May Now Feed the Bride," offers a clue to what's going to happen even before it begins. The chefs immediately find out ther ... More >>
It's a felony, sure, but in the absence of real immigration reform, some young, assimilated illegal immigrants see it as their best path to citizenship.
If altruism weren't a good enough reason for California voters to enable same-sex marriage -- and, let's be realistic, altruism isn't a good enough reason for state voters to do anything -- a recent article by Forbes magazine predicts that legalizing same sex marriage nationwide would pump nearly $1 ... More >>
But see how much money they saved? When the suffix of your e-mail address is "@NameOfaNewspaper.com" you get a lot of amazing solicitations by truly desperate PR mavens. We've lost count of how many deluded souls thought you, the readers, would be clamoring for stories about contact paper one can ap ... More >>
Moya WatsonWatson (on the right) and her wife, Leanne Waldal, are one of the 18,000 same-sex couples who remain legally married after today's court decision.San Francisco resident Moya Watson wasn't surprised when she heard the news about Prop. 8 while standing on the steps of the California Supreme ... More >>
Prop. 8 divides Mormon family during the holidays.
Portland, Oregon's notorious indie spectacle the Decemberists play the Warfield (982 Market St.) tonight as part of their Bridesmaid Revisited tour. They're touring alongside the release of three new EPs from the Always the Bridesmaid: A Single Series. Said new EPs bring the Decemberists back from J ... More >>
Anne Hathaway makes a compelling bad girl in Jonathan Demme's pedestrian family drama.
Middle East tensions mar The Syrian Bride's big day
Piper Perabo plays a boring bride with an untimely lesbian streak
As frothy as the head on a Starbucks beverage and twice as sweet
A Social Grace first -- a complaint about a prompt thank-you note!
Do you raise your pinkie when drinking tea, you pretentious goof?
How to participate in a wedding when you're too butch to wear a dress
A new documentary sells gay marriage as the only answer to discrimination
Can you switch an acceptance to a refusal if a better offer comes along?
Why do people get so worked up about what's written on an envelope?
Oui, Three Queens
Bachelor parties are fun and all that, but they're not necessary to begin a marriage
When it's OK to be a stark, raving bitch, and when it's not.
Is it OK to follow up a résumé with a call, even if the ad says not to?
Holding an in-law summit, accommodating newly sober co-workers, and getting the gift you really want
What to do when you've been dissed by your favorite restaurant
Two sisters argue over wedding dates
Does someone with a Ph.D. need to be addressed by her title all the time?
What to do about wedding invitees who have their own ideas for planning the event
Unfunny birthday cards, wedding-gift greed, and the schoolmate who would not say, "Hello"
What to do when invited to the bridal shower of a total stranger
Gender-transitioning showers and bridesmaids in black
Hits and Mrs.
Feminists Protest Gay Marriages
Beach Blanket Babylon, Shear Madness, Tony n' Tina's Wedding
June Bride" only hints at Sara Felder's juggling genius; "History of Homosexuality" plays like a series of frat-house skits Writer-performer Sara Felder's work centers on her ex