Turn your sidewalk into landscaping

Two more classes offered to show you how to turn “grey to green” October 8 November 12 The San Francisco Department of Public Works has teamed up with the SF Botanical Garden Society and SF Parks Trust to bring you … Read More

Book reading by co-authors

Tuesday October 4, 7pm The Green Arcade (1680 Market Street @Gough) is proud to host West Coast book release reading and party Hillbilly Nationalists, Urban Race Rebels And Black Power: Community Organizing In Radical Times, with Co-authors Amy Sonnie And … Read More

Longing for a DATE NIGHT?

Whether it’s a romantic dinner in Hayes Valley or catching up with a friend, you deserve a break from the kids. Let the nanny take care of your little one(s) for a few hours. For kids three years and up, … Read More

Hayes Valley Parklet Party

Mercury Cafe at 201 Octavia is hosting a parklet fund raising party. A parklet is a temporary deck built over two parking spaces. Ours will include a bench, tables, chairs, planters and even a small bike corral. Consider it a small urban park. This … Read More

Public Safety Meeting Oct. 3

by Bob Barnwell The next Public Safety meeting is Monday, October 3 at 7:00PM at the Korean American Center at 745 Buchanan. The theme of the meeting will be crimes against merchants and businesses. We will discuss (with San Francisco … Read More

The Parsonage: A Shared History

by Lauren Daley Recently I had the pleasure of sitting down with Joan Hull and John Phillips, owners of the Parsonage Bed and Breakfast at 198 Haight Street, where they recounted some of the memories they have accrued over the … Read More

Japanese Small Plates, Now Local

By Jarrod Shappell The first time that I went to Nojo, I couldn’t get a table. Hayes Valley’s newest Japanese restaurant has been bustling since its opening over five months ago. Thankfully I am persistent, and I savored one of … Read More