Starting tomorrow, the Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis exhibit opens at the de Young. The exhibit will highlight the Dutch Golden Age, and reflect the prosperity and innovation of the Netherlands in the 17th century.
Flickr/im.no.hero We’re used to people trashing the neighborhood on the internet. We’re a little less used to people making up Haight Ashbury drinking games. Gird your loins, folks.
We’re so excited, we just had to let you know: today’s your chance to party with the Diggers in the Panhandle.
This week’s Odds & Ends: Kim Novak, clowns in a bookstore, ice cream, and more.
Well, we survived 420. We even took some pictures of the mayhem for you, in case you weren’t among the sunburned masses of Bob Marley enthusiasts.
This year’s 35th annual cacophony of food, art, live music, crafts, bouncy castles, bathroom lines, and other excitements takes over Haight Street from Stanyan to Masonic on Sunday, June 10th from 11AM-6PM, and 90,000 attendees are expected. We’ll let all … Continue reading
So, after a few weeks, you’re probably getting a good idea of how we see the Haight. Now, we want to know what you see.
When you see a big (read: 13 foot) tree sailing by your window this Friday, don’t be alarmed. The crazy bike kids are at it again, and you can join them and their pedal-powered blue whale and giant bike tree … Continue reading
This year, the Booksmith at 1644 Haight turns 35. Tonight, at 7:00, the folks at the Booksmith invite you to gawk at store artist Sean Chiki’s chalk signage around the store, talk book-selling, and enjoy some celebratory wine and refreshments.
We’re all about keeping the economy local, but it looks like this isn’t the week to visit your friendly local drug dealer on Haight Street.