Lower Haight Leftovers: 3/30 Edition

Want a little mini-bite of Lower Haight news? How about eleven mini-bites?

We've got lots of leftovers today, so let's dig in.


Tonight, it's the return of Berlin-style ping pong at D-Structure. If you're a regular Haighteration reader, you know what this is about. If not, go ahead and click that link. The fun starts at 8:30pm.


If you care about bike safety along the Wiggle, don't miss tomorrow's Fell and Oak Bikeways Meeting being hosted by the SFMTA. It's the fourth and final public hearing to discuss the proposed bike path on these busy streets. That's 10am to 2pm at the San Francisco Day School, 350 Masonic Ave.


Also tomorrow, from 8am to noon, Hayes Valley Farm hosts a great compost giveaway. Need some compost? Recology will be giving away up to 5 gallons per person — just bring a bucket and a smile.


Also tomorrow, from 1pm to 5pm, swing by the Harvey Milk Photo Center for the opening of their Black and White Photo Exhibit. The show features the work of photo center staff, members, and volunteers, and runs through April 26th.


Our neighbors over in Duboce Triangle figured out a way to make the corner of Scott and Duboce safer: they "adopted" it. The Chronicle has the details.


Also in the Chronicle this week: recognize this illustration by artist Paul Madonna?


We know we've said this before, but your AT&T reception might be on the verge of improving. For real this time. Reader David W. sent in this photo from the roof of 255 Steiner Street, where it looks like those delayed antennas are finally being installed.




Is Rosamunde planning to open a third location in Oakland? It sure looks that way, according to Paolo over at Inside Scoop.


Meanwhile, Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer comes out with his annual top 100 Bay Area restaurants list on Sunday, and revealed that he's adding Ragazza (311 Divisadero) to this year's list.


Not to be outdone, CBS names the best Indian food in San Francisco, and making the very short list is the Lower Haight's own Rotee.


Finally, the Bold Italic has a feature on notable San Franciscans with beards this week. Two furry faces that might look familiar: the Lower Haight's own Martin Olive from the Vapor Room, and artist Jeremy Fish (of pink bunny fame).


That's all we've got for you this week. What did we miss? Let us know: tips [at] haighteration {{dot}} com.