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The wildly popular mini open spaces called parklets are coveted by many businesses, but one on Haight Street is slated for removal.
The parklet in front of Martin Macks gastro pub was installed in 2011, but legal disputes and a change in ownership have left the open space in disrepair. Read More
Apparently this buffoon thought giving firefighters the middle finger was the real emergency.
A man reportedly blocked the path of a fire engine at Haight and Stanyan streets last weekend, delaying emergency personnel who had been responding to a medical call for an "intoxicated and semi-conscious" 16-year-old girl. Read More
A man was stabbed in the back in Buena Vista Park on Wednesday during an argument over “who the park belonged to,” police said.
Officers reportedly responded to the public park bordering Haight Street at about 9:30 a.m. and found the 23-year-old man suffering from a stab wound that was not life threatening. Read More
What a boob!
A man whose car was rammed during a parking dispute in the Upper Haight on Tuesday certainly got a good look at the other driver, as he reportedly had a lot to say about the suspect’s breasts.
Police were called to Haight and Cole streets just after 5 p.m. about the parking dispute. The victim said the suspect fled after striking his car with hers.
When describing the victim to police, however, the victim’s focus went south of her face. Read More
A man who was reportedly beaten up while celebrating the Giants’ World Series victory in the Upper Haight neighborhood Oct. 28 has died, police said Wednesday, and homicide investigators have been assigned to the case. Read More
A man is fighting for his life after he was viciously beaten over the head with a metal object during a dust-up with at least five thugs Sunday while celebrating the Giants’ World Series victory in the Upper Haight neighborhood. Read More
Police are hunting for two thugs who beat up a homeless man and stole his dog in the Upper Haight about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. The victim, 51, told police he was walking near Haight and Cole streets when two younger men attacked him.
The suspects fled with the man’s dog, police said. Neither the suspects nor the dog had been found as of Wednesday. Read More
The annual San Francisco Chamber of Commerce CityBeat poll results are out, and once again “homelessness and panhandling” top the list of citizen concerns. Because this is prime time for people to plan their summer vacations, and at least some will choose San Francisco, I wondered: Is anyone preparing tourists for frequent, forced fundraising at the hands of our enterprising residents? Read More