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Plants by Rare Device (505 Divisadero), the plant store that opened in November 2021 as Plant House by Rare Device, is closing on Monday, July 18, after just eight months in business.
Rare Device, the housewares and gift store and art gallery at 600 Divisadero, is opening up a spinoff plant shop across the street later this week called Plant House by Rare Device (505 Divisadero).
The program, administered by the SF District Attorney's office, will reimburse merchants up to $1,000 for replacing broken windows.
Been thinking of taking a DIY craft class to liven up your quarantine? These studios are ensuring all you'll need is a laptop and a mailbox.
A new cannabis venture has its eye on the storefront at Oak and Divisadero, with a community Zoom meeting set for tomorrow night.
As a citywide effort to expand open air business gains traction, merchants prepare for a new way of life.
The 35-year-old, family-owned board game store is now run by its founder's son.
Divisadero's beloved comic book store is celebrating three decades with a party and a big sale.
"We're just refocusing our business to do the things we've been wanting to do for years," said owner Giselle Gyalzen.
The new boutique comes from Liz Lucero, who previously worked two doors down at Comix Experience.
The project could add as many as 10 small stores to the area's retail corridor.
After operating out of his home for years, Kirk Wilder decided to go brick-and-mortar.
The Colorado-based company has more than 170 locations.