What was merely a depressing possibility in May is poised to become a depressing reality: the Upper Haight’s Red Vic Movie House will be closing for good on Monday.
Though Alamo Square isn’t technically the Lower Haight, any time a major motion picture shoots within walking distance, we happily extend our borders a bit. Such was the case yesterday, as a new movie called The Five-Year Engagement filmed on … Continue reading
We don’t usually dip our toes into Upper Haightian news, but as film buffs (and fans of independent businesses), this one makes us sad. Yesterday, KQED News reported that the Red Vic Movie House at 1727 Haight Street will likely … Continue reading
Flickr/Daniel2005 Want to hear our Sean Connery impression? Of course you don’t. Instead, go see “The Rock” tonight, for free, in Duboce Park!
Here’s a little something not at all Bay to Breakers-related for your Sunday afternoon.
Well folks, our brief flirtation with Hollywood is now over. After two days of shooting in the Lower Haight, the cast and crew of the Jack Kerouac movie Big Sur are now… on the road. (Get it? That’s a Kerouac … Continue reading
Exciting news for celebrity watchers, film buffs, and Jack Kerouac fans; potentially inconvenient news for Wiggle bikers, Muni riders, and folks who park on Haight Street: a new film about Kerouac will be shooting a scene on Haight between Pierce … Continue reading
shutuplittlemanfilm.com A film about two combative roommates who lived on Steiner Street in the late 1980s premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival.
Facebook/Voleurz Did you know that today is exactly the halfway point of fall? That means in a few hours we’re going to be closer to winter than we are to summer. And for some folks, that means one thing: it’s … Continue reading
Flickr/Jason DeFillippo Yes, today is technically the last day of summer. But as we all know, in San Francisco, summer is just starting to heat up, in theory. And that means it’s the perfect time of year for events like … Continue reading