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This weekend saw the installation of a series of new murals around the Haight and Fillmore intersection.
"To see the surveillance video was so shocking to us," one of the owners of the Scandinavian inspired eatery said. "It is ridiculous."
With classical concerts canceled for the foreseeable future, cellist Saul Richmond-Rakerd has found a new audience: his neighbors.
Business owners, artists and the neighborhood association have teamed up to paint murals on boarded-up businesses.
The new installation is part of a continued effort to "gift wrap" the car wash until developers break ground.
Divisadero neighbors have a fresh piece of street art to enjoy.
The classes will be "a social and meditative experience," owner Julia Lemke explained, allowing participants to work with their hands.
Enjoy some live jazz music, help paint a mural, get free drinks or chat with Supervisor Vallie Brown.
The space will display music-related art, design, photography and ephemera and serve as a studio.
Students receive 1-on-1 guitar lessons in a soundproofed 35th floor office.
The center where Jeremy Fish's iconic bronze bunny sits aims to be a hub for a local art form.
When an earlier version of the much-loved sculpture was destroyed to make way for a housing development, locals held a public funeral.
Independent record stores across the city will be celebrating the big day with special releases, giveaways, and live music.