You may not have realized it, but if you’ve ever walked down Potomac Street to Duboce Park, you’ve passed a house with a very unique history.
Poor, poor pretzels. America’s most mistreated snack food. They’re relegated to sad cages at movie theater concession stands, forced to rotate limply at convenience stores, and tossed around as stale afterthoughts at baseball games. When will pretzels finally get the … Continue reading
Do you have even a casual interest in photography? Maybe you have some old film you never developed, or some slides you need to scan? Or perhaps you just enjoy sitting in the dark surrounded by chemicals? Whatever the reason, … Continue reading
In this special Earth Day edition of Secretly Awesome, we’re talkin’ about a little-known but fantastic community garden at 438 Page Street, between Webster and Buchanan. The Page Street Garden, which had somehow escaped our attention until recently, even though … Continue reading
This is the first in a series of posts about secret, awesome discoveries in the Lower Haight. We’re calling it Secretly Awesome. If you can think of a better name, we’re all ears. So there’s this lady, Vanessa Vortex. She’s … Continue reading