Nov. 27, 1978, was the night of the Harvey Milk was assassinated by Dan White, a former city supervisor who thought Milk was out to get him
Hornet’s French Senior Editor met the famed gay author at his French publisher’s Paris office for a lengthy and candid interview
While you’re waiting get get your mimosa, bone up on the events of the week, from Obama-hating Netflix boycotters to a side of Milk with your vodka.
Its sales will benefit the San Francisco-based Harvey Milk Foundation
To commemorate Harvey Milk Day, a longtime gay activist released audio of Dan White confessing to Harvey Milk’s murder — it’s both chilling and revealing
These books, based on real-life people and historical events, offer colorful drawings and easy words for learning and enjoyment
Don’t Be Dumb at Brunch: A Harvey Milk Airport Terminal, Trump’s Anti-Trans Nominee, Man-Laptop Marriage
This week we have stories about San Francisco naming an airport terminal after Harvey Milk, Cynthia Nixon running for governor and a weird anti-gay activist
San Francisco officials are planning to rename Terminal 1 at San Francisco International Airport after LGBT civil rights icon Harvey Milk.
Chuck Rozanski and Thomas Haller Buchanan are working on a new Harvey Milk comic book, which will kick off a series of graphic novels about LGBTQ history
Before the upcoming 2018 Oscars, we’re following our piece on 10 snubbed films with our favorite queer films that actually took home a statuette
May 22 is Harvey Milk Day, celebrating a visionary, rabble-rouser, tragic victim, and hero to millions; if you’re wondering how to honor the man, here’s how
2016 was such a marathon of bad news it became a running gag, but while we’re glad to see the year go, some great gay things happened, too!