The Urban Legend

Urban School feels parking pinch as options dwindle

Urban School feels parking pinch as options dwindle

Aleah Jennings-Newhouse, Staff Writer

October 15, 2015

The Urban School might be expanding, but its parking options are not, at least for now. Since last school year, the north campus construction, a recent residential parking permit in the Alamo Square neighborhood, and San Francisco’s street cleaning schedule have brought in more cars to an area with fe...

Sparrow Bar and Kitchen, an undiscovered eatery on Haight St.

Sparrow Bar and Kitchen, an undiscovered eatery on Haight St.

Olivia Meehan, Staff Writer

December 9, 2014

Tired of the same old food options? A new restaurant, Sparrow Bar and Kitchen, opened on Haight, across from Street Taco, between Clayton and Cole. Just a five minute walk from Urban, this fresh, hip restaurant is open for lunch, 11am-3pm, Tuesday through Friday. Sparrow “cuisine is (seasonal) moder...

New taco restaurant on Haight st. spices up lunch options

Olive Lopez, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014

Watch out, Norma – there’s another Mexican food option in town. For the Urban student craving an escape from the Student Center, El Faro, and Zona Rosa, Street Taco, located at 1607 Haight St between Clayton and Belvedere, is the place for you! Street Taco is anything but a street taco that one ...

GALLERY: Humans of Haight

Niki King Fredel, Lily Dodd, and Olive Lopez

June 5, 2014

The "Humans of Haight" photo gallery hopes to capture the essence of the characters of Haight Street. It is inspired by the photography website, Humans of New York. The photos were taken by Niki King Fredel with reporting assistance from Olive Lopez and Lily Dodd. This is the first installment in th...

Urban School students start the day right with healthy breakfasts

Urban School students start the day right with healthy breakfasts

Aleah Jennings-Newhouse, Staff Writer

March 3, 2014

It is 8:10 in the morning, and Urban students are turning as much attention as they can muster to their A-period teachers. Take Brooke Roberts’ A-period history class. Like all high schoolers, the students there are sleep-deprived and groggy, but there’s one problem they don’t have: Most of...

Haight Street reveals a wide spectrum of opinions on Romney, Obama, and politics as usual

Haight Street reveals a wide spectrum of opinions on Romney, Obama, and politics as usual

By the Legend staff, Staff Writer

November 8, 2012

While the rest of America was gripped by a decision between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, interviews on Election Day with people on Haight Street — a butcher, a garbage man, and an unemployed chef — revealed a range of beliefs, hopes and frustrations. "I’m probably voting,"...

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