Flickr/seattlemunicipalarchives You’ll probably be hearing the national anthem a lot today. When you need to cleanse your palate, here’s an anthem that hits a little closer to home.
There’s a lot going on both inside and outside Two Jack’s this week.
“It’s a complete surprise. It kind of caught me offguard that it’s been that long. There have been so many time periods in this world here…” So says Dick Vivian, owner of Rooky Ricardo’s Records, about yesterday’s milestone — the … Continue reading
If you’ve ever biked along The Wiggle, or stumbled home from The Page, you’ve likely passed the nondescript, seemingly boarded-up storefront on the southeast corner of Page and Scott. Few know that one of the best places to buy vinyl … Continue reading
Twitter/@LowerHaight You’ve probably seen the flyers plastered all over the neighborhood, like the one above captured by twitter user @LowerHaight last week. They read, simply: RAP CONTEST $2000 GRAND PRIZE 415-484-5368 We had to know more. Who’s behind this contest? … Continue reading
An upright piano initially destined for a Webster Street apartment has found new life on the sidewalk, where passersby are being encouraged to tickle its ivories.
Did you know the Lower Haight has more record stores than Indian restaurants? Hard to believe, we know — but true! Tomorrow, several of our local music shops will be taking part in Record Store Day 2011, an annual celebration … Continue reading
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benjerry.com We don’t usually report on Upper Haight events, but since it’s a slow rainy Sunday, here’s one for you music fans out there.
The bad news: Today is the last day for Alex Pardee’s Zerofriends Pop-Up Shop on Fillmore. The good news: they’re going out with a live in-store performance by hip-hop artists Aesop Rock and Cage along with DJ Chauncey.