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The program, administered by the SF District Attorney's office, will reimburse merchants up to $1,000 for replacing broken windows.
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.
Armour is currently working to reconstruct the original look of the corner space's facade. He hopes to move his office there in December.
The New York-based shoemaker is opening its first San Francisco store in the Lower Haight.
The corridor has one of the city's highest concentration of record stores.
Costumes on Haight is consolidating operations and cutting back hours to reduce costs.
The owner, who lives nearby, has turned a back room into a small ceramic studio.
The manager cited increasing costs and competition from online sales as contributing factors.
Earthen, a shop with hand-thrown ceramics and housewares, will move into the location.
Ideas include gallery events, yoga classes, dance and theatrical performances, or even culinary ventures.
The record store is partnering with an adjoining gallery to create a new events space.