Pizza superstar Gemignani, who owns Tony's Pizza Napoletana in North Beach, is about to debut a new spot on Haight Street.
By building relationships with local landlords, the nonprofit is helping homeless families find new homes quicker and remain stable once housed.
The newly opened cafe at Hayes & Cole is offering food from El Salvador, plus a full coffee menu, beer and wine.
This month's recap includes mysterious fires, a motorcycle drug bust and a laptop theft.
Racing to get work done before the holiday moratorium on construction, crews have added Saturdays to the work schedule.
The new tech center now buys, sells and repairs electronics, with a specialty in Macbooks and iPhones.
BodyRok Studios, the boutique gym we first told you about back in June, has opened in the former Tatyana space at 1529 Haight. It offers Pilates and cycling classes, starting at $20 per session.
This month saw several groups of men committing robberies by force, mostly around the Haight and Stanyan intersection.
Club Deluxe's new owners are holding an open house this Sunday to discuss the venue's music license, among other matters.
Attendance had been declining ever since 2008, with a precipitous drop in 2014.
If you've always thought the Upper Haight was special, the city is about to validate your suspicions.
Work was halted after last week's gas leak, the latest in a long string of disruptions.
Here are the streetscape design results chosen by the public for the Upper Haight Public Realm Plan, which is set to begin in 2018.
Despite firing a subcontractor after a series of gas line strikes last year, the Upper Haight infrastructure project continues to be troubled.
As the construction drags on, residents and merchants are increasingly frustrated by disruptions to parking and foot traffic.
The shop sells San Francisco-themed merchandise designed by local artists.
The basketball courts reopen today, with face-painting, a basketball clinic, and much fanfare.
Neighbors say the store's HVAC system and delivery trucks are too loud, which has led to a six-year battle with both the store and the city.
Construction crews are back at work this week, replacing water main and lateral lines from Baker to Ashbury.
This week's Upper Haight roundup includes Labor Day sales, plus a selection of live events and a recap of the week's news.
The longtime Haight stained glass shop is moving to a studio in the Dogpatch, which will only be open by appointment.
While crime is down across the district, there have been some notable incidents in the Upper Haight to report.
Directed by Haight local Kurt Weitzmann, the documentary follows Cho's 2014 homeless outreach initiative in honor of the late Robin Williams.
After 37 years at the same location, the low-fee mental health clinic may be evicted for the construction of three new residential buildings.
After two years in business, Second Act is ditching its incubator for up-and-coming food vendors. But events aren’t going anywhere.