sfwater.org Plans for improving the Wiggle continue to take shape, with a new website detailing the specific proposals under consideration.
Flickr/citymaus If you missed the first Wiggle Green Corridor Open House back in June, you’re in luck — there’s a second meeting tonight.
Flickr/Stephen Boyd If you enjoy people talking, listening, singing and laughing, then tonight’s your night in the Lower Haight. Here are three fine reasons to get yourself out of the house on a Tuesday.
A couple of city agencies are teaming up to make the Wiggle greener, calmer, and less prone to flooding — and they want your input.
If you’ve zipped around the corner of Waller and Steiner on your bicycle recently, you may have caught a glimpse of a small shop that soon might become your two-wheeler’s best friend. Introducing Wiggle Bicycles.
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.