It’s the scariest, spookiest, candy-corniest day of the year. Yes, it’s Halloween in the Lower Haight.
It’s time once again for us to venture out into the night and sample the spookiest Halloween displays in the Lower Haight.
This week, we sent photographer Beth Thomas to scour the neighborhood in search of the best Halloween decorations. Here’s what she found.
Halloween may fall on a Wednesday this year, but all the really spooky fun is happening this weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
So Fleet Week is over, the Blue Angels are gone, the Giants and the As had a rough weekend, and suddenly you find yourself needing something to look forward to. It’s called Halloween, and it’s three weeks away.
Flickr/San Diego Shooter It feels like it’s been Halloween for a solid week already, but no — today is the big day. And while you might still be recovering from a wild weekend, don’t let your fatigue ruin your pet’s … Continue reading
Is your Halloween weekend starting to look a little frightening — and not in a good way? Don’t panic. Mad Dog in the Fog is more than ready to spook up your Saturday night with its annual Monsters Ball.
Flickr/ohad Just because you’re repeatedly stabbing a dead fruit with a childproof knife doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a nice glass of malbec and a charcuterie plate while you do it.
Hey, you know that once-hot DVD rental business that raised its prices, started losing customers, and is now suddenly named something totally random and unrelated? No, not Netflix. We’re talking about the Church Street Blockbuster!
Real estate website Zillow.com recently pegged Haight Ashbury as the third-best neighborhood for trick-or-treating in San Francisco, a ranking with which The Chronicle vigorously disagrees. While those kids bicker over the Upper Haight, we here in the Lower Haight are … Continue reading