WATCH: National Organization for Marriage supporter threatens 'violence' if same-sex marriage is legalized nationally

WATCH: National Organization for Marriage supporter threatens 'violence' if same-sex marriage is legalized nationally

WASHINGTON, June 19 (UPI) --Anti-same-sex marriage protesters flocked to Washington today to hear like-minded speakers and express their personal opposition to LGBT rights.
Matt Bradwell

Virginia Military tops Ohio 92-90

The Virginia Military Keydets move to a 92-90 win over the Ohio University Bobcats.

Gay candidate's ad shows GOP diversity, LCR says

A U.S. congressional campaign ad that shows the candidate's same-sex partner echoes Republican Party diversity, a GOP gay and lesbian rights group chief said.
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Flurry of weddings in wake of Utah gay marriage ruling

SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 21 (UPI) -- Hundreds of couples flooded Salt Lake City Hall in a rush to marry that a witness described as "a madhouse" after a judge struck down Utah's gay marriage ban.

Anti-gay rights organization fighting California transgender law

SACRAMENTO, Sept. 21 (UPI) -- An anti-gay rights organization is seeking to overturn a California law that allows transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity.
The Issue: Minnesota latest state to recognize same-sex marriage

The Issue: Minnesota latest state to recognize same-sex marriage

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's signing into law a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in the Land of 10,000 Lakes means that now a dozen states -- a fifth of the country -- recognize same-sex marriage.
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Same-sex marriage legalized in Delaware

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Senator shrugs off gay marriage threat

ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. 26 (UPI) -- A Minnesota Republican state senator says his support for gay marriage won't be swayed by threats from conservatives to defeat him at the next election.

Same-sex marriage question unites proponents, opponents

Borrowing from a remark made soon after the 2012 U.S. presidential election was history, this isn't your parents' election any more, particularly down-ballot where all those statewide questions were printed.
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SCOTUS won't hear Maine donor names case

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear an anti-gay marriage group's appeal of Maine's requirement that it turn over the names of its donors.

3 survive plane crash in Idaho

SILVER CITY, Idaho, May 28 (UPI) -- A couple and their daughter were in stable condition after their plane crashed in a remote area of Idaho, authorities said.

Kelp flies invade California beaches

LOS ANGELES, June 18 (UPI) -- Insect experts say swarms of black kelp flies invading several California beaches are part of a natural cycle and nothing can be done about them.

Former Steeler charged with domestic abuse

PITTSBURGH, April 27 (UPI) -- Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mike Tomczak has been charged with assaulting his wife at their home in Bell Acres, Pa., police said.

Iowa becomes gay marriage battleground

DES MOINES, Iowa, Aug. 24 (UPI) -- An activist who helped overturn California's law allowing same-sex marriage says he will urge Iowa voters to reverse that state's law allowing such marriages.

Trial set for police anti-porn helper

TORONTO, April 9 (UPI) -- A child pornography trial date has been set for a Toronto-area man who claims he was working on anti-pornography software for the Toronto police force.
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Brian Brown OAM, (born December 29, 1933, Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian Jazz musician and educator. He plays the soprano and tenor saxophones, flutes, synthesizers (including the WX5 Wind Synthesizer), panpipes and a leather bowhorn designed by the late Garry Greenwood, .

Brown has performed as a soloist and with his own ensembles since the mid 1950s throughout Australia and in Scandinavia, USA, Japan, UK, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Brunei and Germany. He plays only original music. A self-taught player who emerged in the '50s as a leading figure in Australia and remained prominent through the '80s. According to Allmusic "Brown was one of first Australian musicians to develop a reputation for highly personal, individualistic style that was intense, lyrical and not simple imitation of an American great."

In early 1956 Brown returned to Melbourne from Europe and formed a new Hard Bop band with like-minded players - drummer Stewie Speer, trumpeter Keith Hounslow, schoolboy pianist Dave Martin and bassist Barry Buckley. The Brian Brown Quintet were regulars at Horst Liepolt's influential Jazz Centre 44 in St Kilda, which operated from 1955 to 1960. The band were enthusiastic ambassadors for bop, introducing Melburnians to a musical style which was still largely unheard in Australia.

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