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Nuala Sawyer

Nov 23, 2016
Aug 23, 2016
San Francisco Alamo Square Divisadero Western Addition

The Lost Jazz Clubs Of Divisadero

Though the Fillmore and North Beach get all the publicity, Divisadero also has a history as a jazz center of San Francisco. Read More

Aug 18, 2016
San Francisco Lower Haight

Mike's Barbershop Now Open In The Lower Haight

The former Aquarius Barber Shop has finally reopened with a new owner, name and vintage flair. Read More

Jul 27, 2016
San Francisco Ingleside

Meet Ocean Cyclery, An Ingleside Fixture For Bikes And More

Owner Jeff Taliaferro's shop has held down its stretch of Ocean Avenue for 20 years. Read More

Jul 25, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley Panel On Homelessness Brings Experts To The Table

The event aims "to do something different in our community to confront the complexities of people living on our streets." Read More

Jul 21, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley Lower Haight

District 5 Supervisor Candidates Secure Campaign Offices

Incumbent London Breed's campaign office is in the Lower Haight, while challenger Dean Preston's office is in Hayes Valley. Read More

Jul 21, 2016
San Francisco Alamo Square NoPa

NoPa, Alamo Square Neighborhood Association Meetings To Offer Updates On Local Projects

The two meetings will discuss the Panhandle playground, the 650 Divisadero project, the future of the Alamo Square flea market, the big tree fundraiser for Alamo Square Park, and more. Read More

Jul 20, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

New Seasonal Sushi Spot 'The Starling' Coming To 388 Fulton This Winter

Locally sourced fish and seasonal ingredients will be the focus of chef Adam Tortosa's new restaurant in Hayes Valley. Read More

Jul 19, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Meet Ver Unica, Hayes Valley's Longest-Running Vintage Shop

From Edwardian dresses to '80s denim, Ver Unica carries fashions from every era. Read More

Jul 18, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Event Spotlight: 'Raise The Woof' At PUBLIC Bikes This Saturday

There will be ice cream, a celebrity corgi, and dog-related raffle prizes. Read More

Jul 15, 2016
San Francisco Divisadero Lower Haight

New To Oak & Scott: 'Head Start' Bicycle Signals

New signals on the popular Wiggle route will allow cyclists to legally enter the Oak and Scott intersection before cars get a green light. Read More

Jul 15, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Momi Toby's To Close, New Champagne Bar 'The Riddler' Moving In

A female-powered, bubbly-themed bar is moving in to Momi Toby's current cafe space in Hayes Valley. Read More

Jul 15, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

9-Story Mixed-Use Development Proposed For Market Between Octavia & Gough

A new mixed-use development could bring 100 new units of housing to the rapidly evolving Market-Octavia Corridor. Read More

Jul 14, 2016
San Francisco Lower Haight

Meet Matt Nudelman, Chef And Co-Owner Of The Lodge On Haight

The former Greenburger's chef debuted a new restaurant in the Lower Haight three months ago, and it's already finding its groove. Read More

Jul 13, 2016
San Francisco Lower Haight Twin Peaks

Lower Haight Mountain Biking Company 'Urban Trails' Leads Off-Road Tours Around SF

Want to learn how to mountain bike without leaving the city limits? This new company will show you the ropes. Read More

Jul 12, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Celebrate 1960s French Pop At 'Bardot A Go Go' Dance Party In Hayes Valley

Rickshaw Stop is surrendering itself to bouffant hairstyles, psychedelic outfits and the music of Serge Gainsbourg this Friday night for a post-Bastille Day celebration. Read More

Jul 12, 2016
San Francisco Lower Haight

In Contentious Meeting, Lower Haighters At Odds Over HYA, Marijuana Dispensary

The future of the Homeless Youth Alliance and medical marijuana dispensary SPARC were hot topics at last night's meeting. Read More

Jul 11, 2016
San Francisco Alamo Square Western Addition

SFGate: Alamo Square Resident Faces Rent Hike After Partner's Suicide

Alamo Square resident Christopher Holden is dealing with the grief of losing partner Jonathan Conte, along with a steep rent increase, according to SFGate. Read More

Jul 11, 2016
San Francisco Twin Peaks

Work Begins This Week On Twin Peaks' Dedicated Car-Free Road

The eastern span of the road on Twin Peaks will be blocked to car traffic, while the western span will be made two-way. Read More

Jul 09, 2016
San Francisco Civic Center Embarcadero Mid-Market Union Square

Hundreds Gather In SF For Black Lives Matter Rally Against Police Brutality

The peaceful rally drew hundreds to the streets of San Francisco yesterday, as well as a massive police presence. Read More

Jul 08, 2016
San Francisco Alamo Square Divisadero

Piece Of Gasoline History Uncovered At Harding Theater Construction Site

The old Mohawk Gasoline sign was revealed as construction crews removed a machine room for the renovation of Divisadero's Harding Theater. The theater will soon become Emporium, a bar/arcade. Read More

Jul 07, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Chron: 'Architectural Showcase' Rising In Hayes Valley

"A half-mile stretch of land once covered by a freeway today serves as an emerging showcase, a test lab of imaginative urban architecture and ground-level innovation," writes design critic John King. Read More

Jul 07, 2016
San Francisco Divisadero Upper Haight

Guerrilla Garden Booted From DMV, Moved To Oak Street

Gardener Brian Poppyseed was forced to relocate his creative garden, but he isn't giving up his battle to green the neighborhood. Read More

Jul 07, 2016
San Francisco Alamo Square Lower Haight

Renovation Complete At Ida B. Wells High; Students To Return This Fall

We took a tour of the major renovation at the SFUSD's oldest continually operating school, built in 1911. Read More

Jul 06, 2016
San Francisco Hayes Valley Lower Haight

Applications Now Open For Alchemy By Alta's 50 Below-Market-Rate Apartments

BMR studios for those who qualify are listed at $995 per month, one-bedrooms at $1,133, and two-bedrooms at $1,264. Read More