Mike Gaworecki is a writer, musician, and Lower Haighter.
The recently vacated space at 473 Haight was home to a cobbler in the early 20th century.
The neighborhood's only dispensary and smoke shop has vacated 473 Haight St.
Submit a story of Lower Haight history to be included in the project.
“Take It Acid Is” will feature key examples from the Institute of Illegal Images.
The party will feature snapshots spanning decades of San Francisco LGBTQ history.
The Lower Haight's tiniest made-to-order clothing shop will have a Parisian theme for its anniversary bash.
Local DJs who founded the night of music and dancing have put together their dream lineup.
Owner Nikki Cooper hopes to beautify the block and provide a safe seating area for the community.
Lower Haight resident Micah Stone wants to bring fleece pants to the masses (and clear off his couch).
A new Harvey Milk Photo Center exhibit showcases ballerinas balancing the demands of family and work.
The duo's signature style pays homage to '80s aesthetics and pop iconography.
Happy hour specials and live music are now on offer alongside the popular breakfast spot's dinner service.
The city makes plenty of data available for you to decide for yourself.
Gallery director Trevor Martin calls the show, which opens tomorrow night, a highlight of his career.
Three new photo exhibits explore California coastlines, San Francisco seascapes and New Zealand natives.
The painting process was not without complications: "Thirty seconds with a spray can set us back a couple days."
“Music and culture are too important to let us keep losing these cherished venues."
"They want us to shut it down, but I'm not going to shut it down," said cafe owner Zahra Saleh.
“They’ve been bugging us and bugging us, it’s become a nightmare.”
Changes are afoot at 466 Haight as Nickies revamps its offering.
Help is on the way for Haight Street's beleaguered tree guards.
In our final installment looking at Noise Pop, we spoke with Cathedrals, Geographer and Giraffage about the fest.
As Noise Pop heads to The Independent, talent buyer Eric Thomas Barleen shares what he's looking forward to most.
There's plenty afoot in terms of transportation and road work in the neighborhood in the nearish future.
The Lower Haight's newest addition is now serving up coffee, omelettes, pupusas and more.