[UPDATE] Former Architect Of The Castro Station Bids Disappointment To The Winning Design

With wanting to change the entire layout, structure, and functionality of the Castro station, comes push back from a major voice to the neighborhood.  Howard Grant, an architect who designed the current Castro Station and Harvey Milk Plaza in the 1970s, told Hoodline he wasn’t aware of the international design competition and was disappointed that […]

Art In Color: A Light Installation Is Coming Next Month To The Castro

And it honors Harvey Milk in the most extravagant way possible. To honor our first openly gay elected official, Illuminate The Arts and Friends of Harvey Milk Plaza will unveil two light displays honoring the LGBT icon next month to commemorate the 40th anniversary Harvey Milk’s election to the Board of Supervisors. In a way to beautify the […]

Things To Do: The First Ever Castro Art Walk Is Coming This Thursday

Proven to be a neighborhood success, the Castro is getting with it and is exploring the Art Walk scene. Coming together with 10 artists in the community, the Castro will soon turn the party foot traffic into a vibrant artists hurrah. Starting for the first time this Thursday, all will be open from 6 to […]

Off The Menu: The Castro Fountain Opens Its Retro Doors This Weekend, And We’re Already Drooling

Photo via Urban Daddy After a drawn-out, cortisol-rising year dealing with zoning permits, The Castro Fountain will finally open it’s retro doors this coming weekend. A melting pot of American-classic flare with 30s soda shop vibes, The Castro Fountain harks back to a simpler time; a decade where local eateries were akin to modern-day social […]

Art Attack SF To Open Their Castro Location With A Bang This Weekend

A post shared by Art Attack SF Gallery (@artattacksf) on Mar 14, 2017 at 6:41pm PDT After closing their Fisherman’s Wharf spot with four years in operation under their belt. The business partners Alycia Piazza and James Capadona behind Art Attack SF, are making moves in the Castro. Unlike the old space they once had, […]

Off The Menu: Verve Coffee Comes To The Castro

Verve Coffee’s chic hangs, photo courtesy of Verve Coffee Roasters. To all those coffee lovers, another Bay Area haunt makes its way to SF. Making it’s renovations at 2101 Market Street (at Church). Coffees from Verve, a roastery based in Santa Cruz that has done most of their cafe expansion in Los Angeles so far, […]

Off The Menu: Saucy Asian Is Coming Soon To The Castro

Photos courtesy of Saucy Asian Castro is getting a new Korean eatery and yes, it’s really quite saucy. From former H Cafe on Sanchez and 17th to a new restaurant, Saucy Asian, the new Hangul shop will be boasting Omma’s favorite dishes mixed in with fusion-y bites. Picture: tacos, KFC wings (above), and various tapas. […]

Carrie Fisher, The Original Leia, Dies At Age 60 — Castro Memorial Preserves Her Legacy

The memorial that honors one of her most famous roles. Photo via Instagram. The late and very great, Carrie Fisher, took her leave among the greats in 2016 but left us with so much beauty in the world. Known for her spectacular roles in Star Wars, Harry Met Sally, and her steel wit on Twitter, […]

Off The Menu: Project Juice To Debut In The Castro December 1st

// 506 Castro St, Castro, Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos via Project Juice — Need more foodie enrichment? Subscribe to our newsletter for all the best coverage.

We’re Gay For The New Rainbow Roads in the Castro

Now that’s gross. The team behind When We Rise did pledge to foot the bill for the replacement. As you can see, the filming took the weekend and part of the week to film in it’s entirety. In order to make the Castro look like the 1970’s — the roads were left a lot of […]

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