Tea parties, cleanups and dropoffs. There’s a lot going on in the parks this weekend. Read on.
In a few weeks, the local coverage area of Uppercasing, Haighteration and Hayeswire will be expanding. Today’s post is a preview. On a sunny Tuesday morning, John Wentzel’s highest priority is collaging photographs of his cat Lucy. He’s making a … Continue reading
If you walk past Bang-On today, fear not! They might be closed, but they’re not gone for long.
bluelineswinger Every once in a while we like to check in with you, dear readers, to see what you’d like more coverage of.
Jeff Guinn’s new book about your favorite serial killer and ours, former local Charles Manson (Simon & Schuster, $27.50) is actually an astute, in-depth look at California and San Francisco in the ’60s and ’70s.
We’re so excited we can’t stand it. So here’s a Hardly Strictly artist preview.
If you haven’t done it yet, today’s your chance to check out the Upper Haight farmers’ market.
After a bloody battle with City Hall, owner Jim Angelus is poised to reopen the Frederick Street Cafe as early as the first week of October.
Now that it’s September, it seems like construction projects (and road projects, and roof-tarring, and painting) are underway everywhere, our own little hamlet included.
In our travels, we stumbled across an article from the San Francisco Chronicle documenting the construction of Golden Gate Park.