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Weekend Roundup: Martha Stewart, Community Art Show, And Pitas On Mondays

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By Jared Schwartz - Published on July 19, 2014.
It's that time again where we round up a few odds and ends from the week and share some events going on this weekend and in the near future. So, without further ado, let's get this party started. 
Martha Stewart Loves McRoskey Mattresses
It's not often we get to mention Martha Stewart and Hayes Valley in the same sentence. And by "not often" we mean "we've never done that." But lo and behold, we discovered a video on her website where her team visits San Francisco to interview and tour the McRoskey Mattress Company on Market Street. It's six minutes of historical info about the business founded in 1899, along with lots of details regarding how mattresses are made. While there are no tips about decoupaging, it's still a fun watch. 

Community Art Show
A group of Hayes Valley artists have joined forces to put on an art show in an empty space on Hayes Street. Starting today, an art show called Hayes Valley Artists: plus one. A Group Show can be found at 580 Hayes Street, the former location of Cisco Home. The gallery will be open Wednesday-Sunday from 11am-5pm and 10% of any purchases go toward the Hayes Valley Art Coalition to help pay for the next sculpture coming to Patricia's Green. The grand opening for the gallery will be the evening of Friday, July 25 and everything will stay up until August 17.

Souvla Open On Mondays
Now that Souvla has a few months under their belt, they've announced they're expanding their schedule. Starting this week, they're now open for business on Mondays. You can swing by the store for a Greek sandwich, frozen yogurt, or Greek wine between 11am-10pm any day of the week. 
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