Amber & Sharon came from Berkeley to get married at SF City Hall
San Francisco Gay Male Chorus sings before SF City Hall doors open for wedding business.
Gay couple mobbed by cameras as they prepare for nuptials in Contra Costa County
His day job is with San Francisco's juvenile justice system, but today's he is marrying people. Biderman volunteered to be deputized by the city so he could officiate gay marriages. He started with a gay couple who flew in from Minnesota. He's looking forward to more.
Sistah Boom Drum Jam Rocks City Hall Steps
A Family Supports Gay Marriage - 6/17/08
For many couples getting married today, Catherine Chevalier's smiling face is what greeted them upon entering City Hall (after passing through the metal detector, that is). She was one of hundreds of volunteers helping to handle the horde of brides and grooms. She took the day off from her job in finance to work the information desk.
Across the street from City Hall the Universal Life Church has a tent where Minister Don Pitts is waiting to perform any marriages that come his way.
Paul Hill & Brad Akin, the first couple to be married today, talk about how they’re feeling today.
Bill May from Catholics for the Common Good talks about why the judge made a mistake in allowing gay marriage.