‘Lesbian Jesus’ Hayley Kiyoko Has a New Queer Anthem
"L.O.V.E. Me" features Kiyoko asking her crush to just be honest with her.

In Hong Kong, Pride Goes on Despite Police Ban
Organizers said that about 6,500 people attended the rally this year.

Pope Francis Warns of ‘Culture of Hate’ Targeting LGBTQ People
Francis compared anti-LGBTQ government leaders to Hitler.

Season of Love Is a Love Actually for Queer Women
The film by, for, and about queer women costars Wynonna Earp's Dominique Provost-Chalkley and Jessica Clark from True Blood and A Perfect Ending.

Oregon High Schoolers Protest Chick-fil-A, Anti-LGBTQ Harassment
Students at West Linn High School say there have been several anti-LGBTQ incidents, plus they don't want a Chick-fil-A truck at football games. - RSS Channel - Entertainment

'The Crown' still looks regal as Olivia Colman assumes the throne
"The Crown" ushers in a new cast, but the Netflix historical drama's compelling and regal formula -- exploring the obligations and indignities associated with the seemingly sun-drenched life of the British Royal Family -- remains the same, and indeed has only deepened as the principals advance into middle age.

This Day in History

Hoxne Hoard Found in Britain (1992)
In 1992, a tenant farmer in the village of Hoxne, England, lost a hammer and asked a friend for help finding it with a metal detector. While searching the field, the friend discovered silver utensils, gold jewelry, and numerous gold and silver coins. Archaeologists notified of the find excavated the site the next day and found what has become known as the Hoxne Hoard—the largest hoard of late Roman silver and gold discovered in Britain. What objects are among its treasures? Discuss

Cornerstone of Jefferson Memorial Is Laid (1939)
The construction of the Jefferson Memorial on the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC, was authorized by Congress in 1934. In 1939, US President Franklin Roosevelt presided over a ceremony during which the cornerstone of the monument was laid. Completed and dedicated in 1943, the white marble building, designed by John Russell Pope, is a circular structure with a domed ceiling, surrounded by 26 columns. Inside is a bronze statue of Jefferson. Why was a temporary plaster statue initially erected there?

The Apalachin Meeting (1957)
The Apalachin Meeting was a summit of some 100 Mafiosi from the US, Canada, and Italy that was raided after their fancy cars and out-of-state license plates aroused the suspicions of law enforcement agents in Apalachin, New York. Fifty-eight Mafiosi, including bosses Carlo Gambino and Vito Genovese, were detained. Perhaps the most significant consequence of the raid was that it confirmed the American Mafia's existence, a fact that had long been denied by what prominent law enforcement official?