Fifty Years at the International School

By Jane Camblin, Head of School, French American International School French American International School is 50 years old. Over the February 10th-11th weekend, we celebrated our history and bright future with great pride showcasing inspiring presentations by students at the … Read More

Screening onto the Scene

By Larry Cronander You may have noticed in your travels through Hayes Valley a new shop at 66 Gough Street near Market in the former space of the Fecal Face Gallery with the abbreviation on its awning “G.O.S.F.” My curiosity … Read More

21- Hayes Bus: Improved Service

By Bob Barnwell There was a campaign late last year to increase the number of buses during the morning commute on the #21 bus line.  The buses are so overcrowded that once they reach Hayes Valley, they are too full … Read More

Arts Coalition work on Patricia’s Green

by Black Rock Arts Foundation Congratulations to The Hayes Valley Arts Coalition (HVAC), for meeting their fundraising goal! HVAC has been a Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF) partner in such installations as Ecstasy by Karen Cusolito and Dan Das Mann, … Read More

HVNA welcomes Supervisor Olague to D5

By Jason Henderson In January, Mayor Ed Lee appointed Christina Olague as the new District 5 (D5) Supervisor.  Christina replaces Ross Mirkarimi, who was elected Sheriff in November 2011, thus vacating the D5 seat.  She previously served for seven years … Read More

French épicerie: Gourmet and More

By Murrey Nelson As a Francophile, I am generally delighted with all things French…film, food, wine…you name it.  Imagine the thrill of hearing that a real French épicerie had opened right here in Hayes Valley, at 141 Gough Street between … Read More