It's the last weekend of 2013, and if you're hanging around Hayes Valley, here are a few shopping events to fill your calendar.
An Italian immersion school with 130 students will be opening a new campus on Fell Street next year.
Welcome Hayes Valley newest retailer: Alternative Apparel, which officially opens at 424 Hayes Street today.
Crews have begun to transform the parking lot at the northwest corner of Grove and Gough into the site of a 5-story mixed-use development.
A number of flyers have been posted in Hayes Valley in recent days decrying a soulless San Francisco.
Samovar Tea Lounge has applied for a beer and wine license, meaning they could soon be spiking their teas with a little something extra.
It's here! The annual Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party, happening tonight throughout the neighborhood.
Looking for a good bottle of bubbles? Head to Arlequin tonight for their annual champagne tasting celebration.
Judy Rodgers, who has been the chef and co-owner of Zuni Cafe since 1987, has passed away.
In an unexpected development, it appears that Moishe's Pippic will be closing today after 26 years in business.
A local burrito vendor is looking for a place to park his trailer in Hayes Valley.
It's the day after Thanksgiving in one of the city's best neighborhoods for shopping. Brace yourself.
You're usually great at letting us know what you don't love about Hayes Valley, but today, tell us what you're thankful for.
Getting around the neighborhood might be a little tricky around midday today, as President Obama visits Hayes Valley for a fundraiser.
Kate Raudenbush, the artist who created the "Future's Past" installation at Patricia's Green, will be in the neighborhood tomorrow.
Tonight, head to Arlequin Wine Merchant and celebrate the annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau.
Thanksgiving may still be a week away, but before you know it, the holiday version of the Hayes Valley Block Party will be here.
Want to learn more about the "living alleys" that are being planned for Hayes Valley? Then you might want to attend this workshop tonight.
Hayes Valley will be getting a very special guest next Monday, as President Barack Obama visits the SFJAZZ Center for a fundraiser.
Curbed spotted a listing for what may be the city's smallest available apartment, a studio at Octavia and Ivy.
That American Express commercial that was filming in Hayes Valley last month has now been released.
On its final day of fundraising, the outdoor fitness hub being planned for Octavia has met its goal.
Want to see a whole hog get butchered inside a men's clothing store? Head to Welcome Stranger tomorrow night.
Two people were wounded in a shooting on the 700 block of McAllister yesterday afternoon.
Sara Schulz, founder of Schulzies Bread Pudding (364 Hayes), competed on the ABC TV show "Shark Tank" this week.