Flickr/jm3 Hey Divisaderians! Were you feeling a little left out Friday night when the Lower Haight, Mission, and Hayes Valley all had their holiday parties? Well cheer up, because tonight’s your chance to shine.
Another holiday season, another Lower Haight Art Walk — and this year’s seemed to be yet another success. Here are just a few of our snapshots from last night.
Instagramers rejoice: nine bronze chairs have been installed at the intersection of Church and Duboce.
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A masked lady, a half-bird, a street scene, and a national hero — new art is popping up all over the Lower Haight this week.
It’s hard to believe it’s been two months since Jeremy Fish’s solo show opened at Fifty24SF, but it’s true. And unfortunately, that means it’s about to close.
Yesterday, we wondered who was behind the newly-painted utility boxes at the intersection of Church and Duboce. Today, we have an answer.
A little unexpected beautification hit the neighborhood this week — and the source is something of a mystery.
It may be Monday, but we need to talk about Friday for a sec. Specifically, last Friday’s Lower Haight Art Walk.
In a little over 48 hours, the Lower Haight Art Walk will take over the neighborhood. From A to Z (well, W), here’s a preview of the 25+ events and specials you can expect Friday night.