Flickr/cbowns With all the students and work-from-home types living in the Lower Haight, grabbing a cup of joe and securing a table at a coffee shop can be tough in our part of town. That’s why we’ve surveyed which cafes … Continue reading
You can’t officially call yourself a Lower Haighter until you know Zahra from Cafe International. The East African native has been running the cafe at 508 Haight Street since 1992, doling out wisdom, wisecracks, and plenty of coffee along the … Continue reading
Looks like somebody no longer has a case of the Mondays.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Bay to Breakers rolls through the city tomorrow morning, and this year — the 100th running/rolling/stumbling — promises to be an interesting one. With alcohol, floats, pets, strollers, bicycles, grocery carts, kegs, bottles, … Continue reading
Flickr/ohad If you’re an artist or designer, here are a couple of chances to have your work showcased in the neighborhood this month.
Last week, we told you about the giant mural planned for the side of the UC Berkeley Extension building on Haight Street. A community meeting was held Wednesday night at Cafe International to discuss the project. Here’s a quick recap.
We’ve got two apparent losses on opposite ends of the 500 block of Haight Street to report today.
Don’t know if you’ve heard, but apparently some little soccer tournament started this morning somewhere in Africa. And if you’re interested in watching the action here in the Lower Haight, you’re in crazy, crazy luck.
Here’s a special Friday joke we just wrote for you. What’s the difference between a hootenanny and a hoedown? Tomorrow night there’s a hootenanny at Cafe International, but every night there’s a hoedown in the Tenderloin. That’s the kind of … Continue reading