And the night is dark and full of terrors Which of course means the Holidays are coming! The Haight Ashbury Merchants Association (HAMA) has some fun plans in store for the ‘hood this season.
It’s finally happening: Rasputin’s Haight Street store is about to open up for business. Will they be any match for the venerable Amoeba? We’ll see.
Gypsy Streetwear already has a shop at 1474 Haight, but they scooped up the former check-cashing place and opened a second store. They opened yesterday, so we stopped in to see how they were doing.
The neighborhood associations met with the SF Planning Department this week, and they’re taking the next steps to beautify the neighborhood. We’ll tell you all about it under the cut, so strap in.
In case this week didn’t have enough going on, we’ve got one more for you. Buyer’s Best Friend is hosting a demo and tasting of small batch foods this Thursday.
After a hearing with the Planning Commission last week, Jack and Betsy Rix are ready to move forward with the renovation of the Red Vic.
Today means Patti Smith, Emmylou Harris, Glen Hansard, and MORE. And, as if there wasn’t enough happening, Litquake’s first event in the ‘hood goes down at 7.
Welcome, welcome. Today is Day 1 for Black Scale of the Upper Haight.
Lots of projects on the street are in the works, so we thought we’d give you a progress report in the form of a photoset.
As promised, Martin Mack’s is changing their name.