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In its latest attempt at thwarting would-be shoplifters, the Castro Safeway at Church and Market streets has installed a security gate at the self-checkout kiosks.
The Mission-Bernal Big Lots at Mission and 29th Streets has delivered oddball retail joy for decades, but is now boarded up and permanently closed.
Sour Cherry Comics (3187 16th St.) is a brand-new bookstore run by and geared towards the LGBTQ+ community.
The new Valencia Street studio Ephemeral Tattoo is inking tattoos with a twist — their biodegradable ink tattoos will disappear from your skin within 9-15 months.
The great Walgreens closures are underway, and signs in the stores claim “90% Off” sales, but the shelves are nearly 100% empty and draped in caution tape.
The Union Furniture Company went out of business in the 1970s and its vintage sign has become an eyesore, but an incoming cannabis dispensary won approval to restore it.
A new board game shop as moved into the former Comic Book Beardies, a new sushi spot has opened in the former Miyabi space, and more.
The 7-Eleven convenience store at 3998 18th St. (at Noe St.) has permanently closed, and Hoodline has learned its last day in business was Thursday, March 4.
Castro barbershop Healing Cuts (3903 18th St.) has shuttered after just one year in the Castro. The barbershop's last day in this space will be December 1.
Although 2020 seems to be unending, the holiday season is upon us, and it’s worth remembering the wealth of small businesses scattered across San Francisco that offer the perfect gifts for friends, loved ones, and even yourself.
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.
"It's really been heartbreaking," said Molly Goodson, who co-founded the women's club in a former church in the Mission.
Valencia Street's popular record shop is consolidating to Oakland, giving its co-tenant a chance to expand into the full space.