Brian Rohan, San Francisco 'Dope' Lawyer Who Defended Grateful Dead Dies at 84Brian Rohan, who was known as San Francisco’s “dope lawyer” for 1960s counterculture clients like the Grateful Dead and Ken Kesey, has died. He was 84.
BIPOC Trans Artists At Odds With Non-Profit Over Future Of SF's Red Victorian HotelArtists on Haight Street have found an unusual way to try to save their housing -- a weekly drag show. Large crowds are fanning out in front of The Red Victorian every Saturday night, but the real drama is what’s taking place off-stage.
SF Fire Crews Contain Fire at Haight-Ashbury Apartment BuildingA roof fire was contained Wednesday evening at a multi-unit residential building in the 1400 block of Waller Street in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood, officials said.
SFPD Seeks Victim In Haight-Ashbury District AssaultSan Francisco police are looking for help in identifying the victim of a July 2 assault in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood.
25 Years After Jerry Garcia's Death, the Grateful Dead's Popularity EnduresJerry Garcia’s death certainly might have felt like the end of the story for Deadheads in 1995, but it has not worked out that way.
Arrests Made In Separate Chemical Attack, Stabbing That Injured San Francisco Police OfficersPolice in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed that suspects have been arrested in two separate violent assaults on officers resulting in injuries that happened over the past weekend.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Bars Struggle In COVID-19 Limbo With No End In SightThe extensive list of modifications and changes to service that will be required to reopen San Francisco's restaurants has gotten a lot of discussion, but the question of how and when the city's bars might be back in business has been largely on the periphery.
UPDATE: Rampaging San Francisco Driver Runs Down Homeless, Slams Into Police CarTwo suspects allegedly taunted and intentionally struck two homeless people with their vehicle in San Francisco's Haight Ashbury District late Monday night before targeting a police car and slamming into it several blocks away, authorities said.
Widespread PG&E Outage In San Francisco Caused By Underground Equipment FailureOver 9,100 PG&E customers were without power in several San Francisco neighborhoods Wednesday night due to the failure of some underground equipment, PG&E said.
San Francisco Police Investigate Haight District Shooting Involving Federal AgentA man suffered non-life threatening wounds late Saturday in a shooting involving an off-duty federal agent in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury District, authorities said.
Haight Ashbury Free Clinic Closes Its Doors After More Than 50 YearsThe Haight-Ashbury Free Clinic opened its doors as the first free medical clinic in the country in 1967. Now, some 52 years later, it is closing its doors.
Revisiting Anthony Bourdain's Haight Street DestinationsMillions mourned the death of celebrity chef, author and documentarian Anthony Bourdain, but for employees at some Haight Street establishments, the news hit particularly hard
Throwback Sunday: 41st Haight-Ashbury Street Fair in S.F.Millennials curious about the Summer of Love, nostalgic Baby Boomers and anyone up for a party might want to check out the 41st Annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair in San Francisco Sunday.
San Francisco Fashionista Pleads No Contest To Selling Endangered Animal FursThe owner of a vintage clothing store in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood entered a no contest plea Monday to charges that she was offering the fur of endangered animals for sale.
Landmark Record Store In San Francisco Haight-Ashbury Shuts Its DoorsRecycled Records' run in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury District has come to an end.