Tag: George Moscone
Remembering the determination that followed one of the darkest moments in San Francisco history.
On Friday, a once-controversial bust of assassinated San Francisco mayor George Moscone went on displayat the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. From Friday’s Chronicle piece on the sculpture: The pastel-hued pedestal – incised graffiti-like with everything from Moscone’s alma mater to the Twinkies associated with killer Dan White’s consumption of sugary junk food that […]
Some events are so much larger than life that one can really only apprehend them on a grand scale, as part of the sweep of history and not occurrences that turned the lives of actual individuals upside down. Arguably, the assassination of Harvey Milk has become such an event. Over the years iconized in documentary, […]