You might be wondering how you can help those affected by Hurricane/superstorm Sandy, which caused widespread devastation on the east coast nearly three weeks ago. Well, tomorrow night you can make a difference right here in the Lower Haight.
Flickr/benzado Hey, did you hear the one about the six comedians who walked into the rarely-open bar slash Masonic lounge? No?
Flickr/zizzybaloobah Christmas must be imminent, because the holiday festivities are coming fast and furious. This weekend, the Lower Haight plays host to three events that aim to warm your heart, fill your belly, and bring a little holiday cheer to … Continue reading
About a year ago, we tasked Haighteration writer Rose Garrett with a seemingly straightforward assignment: research the backstory of the Peacock Lounge. To us, the never-open, Yelp-maligned venue was fraught with mystery. Who ran the place? Why did no one … Continue reading
It’s a little hard to describe exactly what went down at the Peacock Lounge last night, but we’re gonna give it a shot.
Inside the Peacock Lounge! Sure, we’ve been posting a lot about this fire relief effort — it’s our blog and we’ll do what we want! — but we just had to let you know all the exciting last-minute updates about … Continue reading
We’ve got details on tomorrow night’s fundraiser event at the Peacock Lounge to benefit the tenants who were displaced by last week’s fire at Haight and Fillmore. Plus, want to know how you can make a donation online, or stay … Continue reading
Is Muni going to reroute the 6 and 71? Is AT&T about to install crazy ugly boxes all around the neighborhood? What’s up with the next ArtWalk? Find out answers to these and other burning questions tonight at the Peacock … Continue reading
Flickr/qmnonic Apologies if it seems like we’re repeating ourselves (it IS Groundhog Day, after all), but let’s recap a few events happening in the neighborhood tonight.
The Lower Haight Merchants and Neighbors Association (LoHaMNA) has organized a neighborhood meeting Wednesday night to discuss safety and security in the Lower Haight.