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/TeknoDiva If you’re watching today’s Giants parade on your computer screen rather than amongst the crowds on Market Street or Civic Center, take heart. We’ve updated yesterday’s post of Lower Haight celebration scenes with some new submissions from readers, including … Continue reading
We’re a little late with our post today for a couple of a reasons. First, we were up late celebrating the Giants’ World Series victory last night (more on that in a sec). But also, we took a little time … Continue reading
Oh hey, did you hear about the Giants? Well, they won. The World Series, that is. And the Lower Haight is going just to the brink of insane.
Just in time for Game 3, Three Twins Ice Cream has created a new flavor dubbed “Go Giants!”
In case you needed any extra help getting excited about tonight’s World Series opener at AT&T Park, have we got a video for you!
twitpic/tryomccluresf We don’t want to jinx it, but the Giants are just one win away from a trip to the World Series. That means by 5pm today, bars in the Lower Haight are bound to be packed with rowdy, orange-clad … Continue reading
Last week, we were invited to take part in Flip Night at AT&T Park — a special event sponsored by the folks at Flip Video. A few blogs (including Haighteration) were armed with Flip cameras and set loose in the … Continue reading
Tonight, Haighteration is taking part in a special event at AT&T Park organized by the good folks at Flip Video.
Yesterday, around 7:20am, a 25-year-old Stanford astrophysics student named Keith Bechtol crossed the 20-mile marker of the San Francisco Marathon, jogging his way into the Lower Haight. Bechtol would go on to win the race, setting a new course record. … Continue reading