Sad news, Wigglers — completion of the Fell and Oak Bikeways project has been pushed back from next month to the end of the year.
They’re green, they’re rectangular, and they’re everywhere. They’re called sharrows, and apparently they’re here to stay.
Oh hey, today is Bike to Work Day. What does that mean for us here in the Lower Haight?
Although Lower Haighters may not need more reasons to imbibe, we thought we’d celebrate the ‘hood with a little game to get the juices flowing. (Note: please play responsibly). Continue reading
Josh K. There is huge, world-altering news this morning, folks. This definitely isn’t it.
It’s pretty well accepted that San Francisco began in 1776, when Spanish settlers supposedly founded Mission Dolores by the shores of an ancient Mission District lake. But now, an Oakland scientist makes the explosive claim that the lake never existed … Continue reading
http://www.wiggparty.org If you’re a regular reader of Haighteration, you’re probably already familiar with the Wigg Party. They’re the group that chalks the Wiggle, gives away produce at the Hayes Valley Farm, and organizes local food picnics in the Panhandle. But … Continue reading
Flickr/Brett L. You may not realize this, but “The Wiggle” is a relatively new expression. Local resident and bike enthusiast Joel Pomerantz first popularized the term back in 1994, in a newsletter article for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Tonight, … Continue reading
SFWeekly.com Not a ton of love, mind you. But some.
Looks like the clever folks over at the Wigg Party were pretty busy last night, prepping the Wiggle for Bike to Work Day. All along the route this morning, you’ll spot chalk drawings and messages like the one above. Other … Continue reading