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Kristin Chenoweth trades Broadway for Lincoln Center this weekend, when she appears in the NYC debut of Andrew Lippa's oratorio "I Am Harvey Milk" at Avery Fisher Hall.
The new Harvey Milk postage stamp was so popular locally that it sold out at the Castro Post Office on its first day.
The AFA, in its ongoing effort to promote general idiocy in the name of "traditional family morals" sent a message to it’s legions of deluded followers last week urging them not to receive any letter sent to them using the Harvey Milk stamp.
Political leaders gathered at the White House last Thursday to unveil a new U.S. postage stamp commemorating slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk, while in San Francisco activists and celebrities also came together.
The post office in San Francisco’s Castro District is selling more stamps than usual now that a neighborhood icon is the face of the nation’s newest "Forever" stamp.
Be sure to visit your local post office and get your sheets of Harvey Milk Stamps, which are now, finally, available. The Postal Service issued a statement on the slain GLBT equality leader, who was murdered in 1978.
A concert piece about Harvey Milk by Tony Award nominee Andrew Lippa that made its world premiere last summer in San Francisco is coming to New York, and it is bringing Kristin Chenoweth along with it.
The plan to name a terminal at San Francisco International Airport in honor of the city’s first openly gay supervisor, Harvey Milk, remains grounded a year after initially being proposed.
The U.S. Postal Service will feature a close-up, black-and-white photograph of Harvey Milk on its commemorative stamp of the California politician and gay rights icon.
The official first-day-of-issue dedication ceremony for the Harvey Milk Forever Stamp will take place at the White House May 22.
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