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Church Weddings for Gays Soon a Reality in Sweden

Sweden, already a pioneer in giving same-sex couples the right to adopt children, looks set to allow gays to marry in the Lutheran Church, with plans to introduce a new marriage law in January 2008. If the so-called 'gender neutral' marriage legislation is adopted, the Scandinavian country...

Stonebrook Manor Gives Away Luxurious Wedding Receptions in Colorado

...us at 303-255-0063. Stonebrook Manor Event Center and Gardens in Thornton, CO has been rated extremely high by local brides and voted The Knot Best of weddings 2008/2009 Pick. Stephanie, the first winner, describes her experience at Stonebrook Manor: "From the moment we entered Stonebrook Manor we fe...

ABC's 'Grey's Anatomy' Highlights Giving to the Alzheimer's Association

... http://www.theknot.com/ourwedding/MeredithGrey&DerekShepherd ) According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy* 10 percent of couples planning weddings are incorporating charitable elements into their celebrations, and this popular television couple is illustrating the trend. The Alzheimer's Associati...

In New Jersey, a Blue-Ribbon State Government Commission Tells Governor Corzine and the Legislature: It's Time to Enact Marriage Equality

...y's final report describes how the absence of a marriage equality statute deprives New Jersey's entire economy of considerable revenue. "Spending on weddings and tourism could boost the New Jersey economy by approximately $248 million over three years," the report states. One expert testifying before the C...

Sherwood, Oregon Sailor, 78, Goes on Final Voyage

...his daughter Yolanda and two grandsons. His independence brought Page around the world in years past -- leading chartered cruises in the Caribbean for weddings and weeklong cruises for celebrities. In 1977, he finished Eyola, a unique 2,700 square foot, luxury Brigatine Schooner. Built with Page's own hands, ...

Chocolate Craving Has Ancient Roots

...rn said. These ancient peoples apparently domesticated the cacao (chocolate) tree to produce these drinks, commonly consumed in ceremonies that marked weddings and births. The findings were published in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . While McGovern's team claimed the find...

Will Seven Be the Lucky Number for Las Vegas Newlyweds?

...ppiness. In small chapels that have hosted weddings for decades and at large glitzy resorts where near... expand hours and operations. There are 77 weddings scheduled for the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, th...nue has been added to accommodate the 77 scheduled weddings for that day. "We wanted our couples to be...

Vegas Couples Hope Sevens Will Be Lucky Wedding Day

... Larger resorts and hotels that frequently host weddings designed elaborate marketing campaigns to lure cou...The Little Chapel of the Flowers hosted around 115 weddings Saturday -- more than twice the usual number -- wi...pm. "We turned down approximately 100 more weddings because we want to do them correctly," Foote said....

Now You can Marry in a Mughal Ambience, If You Wish to

... never be given out for weddings, a part of it may be let out for the purpose. "This is a very good idea. But the area being given on hire for weddings should reflect Mughal glory. There could be many takers for it," event management consultant Naveen Soni said. Shopkeepers and traders in this...

A Lucky Number? 7/7/07

...dding planning site told AFP that more than 30,000 weddings were planned for July 7, when in ordinary years on...r, and the company estimates some 65,000 - 70,000 weddings across the country on July 7. Even those i... to the media. One, the Chapel of Flowers, has 113 weddings planned for Saturday, around three time the normal...
Weddings in Medical Technology

Rapid Response was Crucial to Containing the 1918 Flu Pandemic

...stop dates of interventions were available. Schools, theaters, churches and dance halls in cities across the country were closed. Kansas City banned weddings and funerals if more than 20 people were to be in attendance. New York mandated staggered shifts at factories to reduce rush hour commuter traffic. Se...
Weddings in Biological News

Rapid response was crucial to containing the 1918 flu pandemic

... dates of interventions were available. Schools, theaters, churches and dance halls in cities across the country were closed. Kansas City banned weddings and funerals if more than 20 people were to be in attendance. New York mandated staggered shifts at factories to reduce rush hour commuter traffic. Se...

Triple threat: World fin trade may harvest up to 73 million sharks per year

...percent are threatened with extinction according to the 2006 Red List of Threatened Species. Used in shark fin soup, a delicacy served at Chinese weddings and other celebrations for centuries and more recently at business dinners in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Rim, fins are the most valuable part of t...
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