June 26, 2013 |By Hailey Branson-Potts Supporters of same-sex marriage gather in West Hollywood to celebrate (Susannah Kay, Los Angeles) The crowd gathered early Wednesday at the Abbey, a well-known gay bar in West Hollywood. Couples sipped coffee and watched TV as they awaited word of the Supreme Court's decisions relating to same-sex marriage. There was a wedding cake and champagne under a giant, rainbow-colored flag over the patio. No one was more apprehensive about what was soon to transpire than Colby Melvin and Brandon Brown.
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Hollywood has barely dipped toe into deep waters of Korean War
As such, Korea was a cover from the start for a movie about Vietnam: director Altman and the screenwriter, Ring Lardner Jr., were focused on Vietnam but thought it was too sensitive a subject to be treated irreverently. Notably, the men and officers in the film wear the shagged haircuts of the Vietnam years, not the crew cuts of the Korean era. Halberstam writes that Korea took place before TV news came into its own. "Given the state of the technology, the footage from Korea ...
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