Former San Francisco supervisor and LGBTQ activist Harry Britt has passed away, a former state assemblyman confirmed Wednesday. Britt, an openly gay man, was appointed …
Almost a year after San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation to rename the San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 1 after slain Supervisor Harvey …
San Francisco International Airport Terminal 1 will officially be renamed after the former Supervisor and gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted unanimously to name San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 1 after The City’s first openly gay politician.
San Francisco is on its way toward renaming Terminal One at San Francisco International Airport after the first openly gay elected official in a major …
San Francisco is welcoming back a historic streetcar dedicated to gay rights activist and former Supervisor Harvey Milk.
U.S. Navy officials Tuesday are naming a naval ship after former San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk at a ceremony on Treasure Island.
A vigil will be held at 8 p.m. in SF’s Harvey Milk Plaza to remember the victims of Orlando’s mass shooting.
A dedication ceremony for the stamp is scheduled for next Wednesday in San Francisco.
Harvey Milk, Steve Jobs and John Lennon will soon share a distinct American honor.
To literally touch greatness, hop off BART at 19th St. Oakland.
While we decide if we’ll rename SFO after Harvey Milk, San Diego claims dibs on Harvey Milk Street.
About 100 supporters took to the steps of City Hall in support of Harvey Milk San Francisco International Airport.
An online petition backing the renaming of San Francisco International Airport after Harvey Milk has picked up 17,500 signatures.
Supervisor David Campos is set to propose legislation to rename San Francisco International Airport after slain gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
The next ship in the Navy’s fleet could be named USS Harvey Milk if a San Diego County congressman has his way.
Thirty-three years ago, the cracking of gunfire in City Hall marked one of the darkest yet most defining moments in The City’s history.