Tag: capp street

Too ghoul for school. Help support a Halloween tradition

No trick, a Capp street artist’s space is planning a massive treat this Halloween – and needs your help pulling it off. The Secret Alley and its gallery neighbor, The Galallery, have launched an online campaign to raise $7,000 to build what they describe as their most ambitious Halloween installation to date. Organizers are reluctant […]

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Hallelujah! The Lost Church gets permit OK

The Lost Church is one step closer to getting the city’s blessing. At its meeting on June 22, the San Francisco Planning Department approved a permit to legalize the cozy Capp Street theater and music spot. Owners Brett and Elizabeth Cline, who have put three years of work into the effort, still have to get […]

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Missed connections: Capp/16th. You were out of this world

San Francisco, sanctuary for all. [Spotted by Trav on the bulletin board at Rainbow Grocery]

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Quite the package

Because unruly didn’t have quite the same sex appeal? Previously: Dildon’t Party of one

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One techie’s trash …

Startup powered down? Submitted by Sandheep who says: If you were wondering whether techies have changed the Mission, look no further than the latest giveaway on Capp Street. A server rack. That’s what Missionites are throwing out these days. On Capp Street. Jesus.

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Oh no! Capp Street’s cat mascot is missing (updated)

UPDATE 11/11/16: I just learned this morning that Pierre was found but that he is no longer with us. He will be missed. ORIGINAL POST: Many of you have seen Pierre, the sweet black cat who often saunters along Capp Street between 18th and 19th, but have any of you seen him lately? Pierre has […]

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Outpatient treatment?

Capp Street, for whatever ails you. Previously: Bedpan on Bryant

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Girl, Interceptored

That’s MS. Meter maid to you buddy.

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2005 Capp Street fire, one of the deadliest in recent city history

Mirtha Estrada lost everything the day she jumped from her third-story window in 2005. Everything except, surprisingly, her life. Smoke had filled her apartment and she yelled for help before plummeting three stories to the sidewalk. According to an account of her ordeal written by a local non-profit, Estrada spent months recuperating at San Francisco […]

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Yam, bam, thank you ma’am

Benign tubers.

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