This year, Electic Daisy Carnival partnered with a Las Vegas wedding chapel to offer ceremonies on the site of the huge electronic music festival. We talk to one of the ministers about his experience performing marriages and commitment ceremonies at the music festival.
Same-sex couples aren't waiting for the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act. They're already getting married, and even holding commitment ceremonies in states like Nevada where same-sex marriage is banned by law.
Why do we have so many first dates at restaurants? What does it mean when a romantic partner wants to cook for you? And why is it so important to share a romantic meal on Valentine's Day? It all goes back to the days of hunting and gathering. But nowadays, romantic meals are more likely to happen in fancy restaurants than around open fires.
Ah, the love song! Suitors have wooed women for centuries with a few sweet notes, and lovers have cried over broken hearts. With Valentine's Day around the corner, three opera singers pay tribute to the songs of love, from La Boheme to West Side Story.
It's time to start a love train! The popular 1960s soul group that sang "Love Train" and "For the Love of Money" join us in the studios. The O'Jays talk about old-school R&B, producing music with legendary songwriters Gamble
& Huff, and turning into Soul Santas for their holiday album.
First comes love, then comes... domestic partnership? We're coming up on the one-year anniversary of the Domestic Partnership Act. That legislation gives same-sex and opposite-sex couples the same rights as married people, even if they don't officially tie the knot. Over 2000 Nevada couples are registered as domestic partners. What rights do domestic partners have? Can they visit a loved one in the hospital, or get insurance coverage for maternity leave? Also, how will its success in Nevada affect the national battle for same-sex marriage rights? Couples join us to share their stories on how the Domestic Partnership Act, for better or worse, has changed their lives.