Officers shoot homeless man armed with knife (updated)
April 7, 2016
UPDATE 6:20 P.M.: A Shotwell Street resident who apparently witnessed this morning’s shooting gave an account on the social networking site NextDoor that said the man was not acting aggressively. The neighbor, who responded to an initial message from Capp Street Crap this morning but didn’t answer follow up emails seeking more information had this to say in a post to NextDoor: If you’ve […]
October 26, 2015
Gotta love election season.
Rain in San Francisco’ debuts, named Capp Street Crap’s theme song
February 9, 2015
‘ Inspired by the stormy weather this weekend, @dunbar151 crafted this song, “Rain in San Francisco,’ about a rain-washed, nicer smelling Capp Street. Of course, I moved quickly to negotiate the rights. Here are the lyrics: there’s a drought in california of talk about the weather and the elements that wait beyond the bay from across the […]
Wary of this blackberry
February 8, 2015
Capp Street artisan cocktail.
Winner winner chicken dinner
February 1, 2015
Pollo on the go.
January 30, 2015
Sidewalk dining at its worst.
January 28, 2015
All the limp celery you could ever hope for, 16th and Capp.
From the ocean to the Mission
January 27, 2015
The Latin American Club just got a facelift via a bunch of new booths. Very nice! The booths previously lived at John’s Ocean Beach Cafe on Sloat Boulevard. The diner is, sadly, being torn down after 35 years of business to make way for a new development. [Photos of the new booths from Latin American […]
Toshio Hirano retiring, will play second goodbye show
January 26, 2015
It looks like those of us who hoped that Toshio Hirano’s goodbye announcement earlier this month only meant a long break may be out of luck. Turns out that the country crooner is retiring. Above is a screenshot from his bass player Kenan O’Brien’s Facebook page. Hirano plays at the Rite Spot Cafe tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. […]
Weird Fish not belly up yet
January 23, 2015
Fans of Dante’s Weird Fish may have been surprised to see it open past its anticipated closing date at the end of 2014. Turns out, the pescetarian restaurant could stick around until early summer, and some of its dishes will live on at the bistro that’s replacing it. Irfan Yalçin bought Weird Fish near 18th […]