It’s been exactly one year since the building at the southeast corner of Haight and Fillmore suffered a major fire. Today, we check in with the property manager, architect, fire investigators, and displaced residents and businesses for an update.
It’s hard to believe, but it’s been exactly six months since the September 27th fire at Haight and Fillmore. At the three month mark, we checked in with the 30+ residents and four businesses that were displaced by the fire. … Continue reading
Flickr/gamene It’s been a busy first week of 2012, and that means a few choice items didn’t quite make the front page this week. But fear not: we’ve saved them for today’s leftovers.
493Haight.com Yesterday marks exactly three months since the massive fire at 493 Haight Street. We thought this would be a good opportunity to check in with those most affected by the fire — the residents, the businesses, and the property … Continue reading
Fecal Face’s new space, pre-makeover Fecal Face Dot Gallery, one of four businesses forced to close due to the September 27th fire at Haight and Fillmore, is reopening tomorrow — though not at its former location.
Twitter/@thomasschiavone Here’s an update on yesterday’s fire above the Walgreens at Haight and Fillmore, and some information on how you can help.
Flickr/gamene We’ve got a tag sale, a treasure hunt, nearby parks both temporary and permanent, street art both controversial and not (yet), and more Maven details — all in this week’s leftovers!
fecalface.com From exactly 7pm to 10pm tonight, two very different art events will be in full effect in the Lower Haight.
Fecalface.com How’s that for a headline? No, “Fecal Face” isn’t just a highfalutin way of calling someone a doody-head — it’s the newest gallery space in the Lower Haight, and it opens tonight!
Flickr/Muffet Here’s our regular Friday roundup of stories that didn’t quite make the front page this week!