Almost every local knows the story of Harvey Milk and George Moscone, but memory is fickle, and sometimes we need a refresher. Unabashed gay man Milk ran a Castro District camera shop before winning a seat on the Board of Supervisors in 1977. But the city's jubilation over the election of America's first openly gay official wouldn't last long: Just 11 months later, conservative ex-Supervisor Dan White, who'd clashed with Milk and then-Mayor Moscone over gay rights issues and resigned his post, returned with a loaded gun and... More >>>