Lower Haight Leftovers: 4/6 Edition

In this week's roundup, we've got news on Cuco's, cameras, and crimes against humanity.

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You'd better believe it: the Lower Haight Spring Art Walk is tonight. 6-10pm, from Webster to Divis. We'll be there, and you should be too.


But that's not the only thing going on tonight. From 5:30pm to 1am, enjoy "a night of culinary adventure, bombastic DJ-ed beats and a myriad of performers" at nomnomNAM. It's a special event behind held at The CENTER SF, a new multi-purpose venue at 548 Fillmore Street. Ticket prices vary depending on what you buy, and they're almost sold out, so click on through ASAP if you're interested.


Also tonight, Underground SF will be hosting DJs Carlos Souffront and Jahsh for a nite dubbed "Deep Crates." We're not really clear on what kind of music to expect here, but we're pretty sure it will be deep. That's 9pm to 2am at Underground SF, 424 Haight Street.


Mission Mission, a blog that normally covers — guess what? — the Mission, ventured north this week to weigh in on the Cuco's saga. The blog cites a "pal" who reports that Cuco's landlord is requiring the restaurant to undergo extensive remodeling as a prerequisite for a new lease, or face eviction. As a result, Cuco's is reportedly meeting with "the landlord and city reps" to figure out its options. For the record, we reached out to the landlord when this all flared up in February, but have yet to get a response.


City College's campus newspaper The Guardsman ran a profile this week of Matt Osborne, the owner of Glass Key Photo, a film and camera shop Matt runs out of Rooky Ricardo's Records at 448 Haight Street. In it, Matt discusses his motivation behind starting Glass Key Photo, his feelings on education, and his advice for students debating whether to pursue their passions. Definitely worth a read.


Up a bit northwesterly, Barrel Head Brewhouse, which will be opening at 834 Divisadero some time late this year (if all goes according to plan), launched its website this week. Not much content yet, understandably.


Finally, in something we never expected to find ourselves typing, a Lower Haight resident has been nominated for Time Magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Almu Bernabeu, an attorney who lives on Laussat Street, has been chosen for her work leading "the prosecutions of several of the worst perpetrators of crimes against humanity in Latin America." Voting ends today, so click here and vote for Almu ASAP. The final list will be revealed on April 17th.


That's all we've got! What did we miss? tips [at] haighteration {{dot}} com.