Haighters gon’ Haight

Erykah Badu and Talib Kweli fueled the energy of Haight Street today. They spun the ones&twos on opposite ends of the block as the rest of us danced with no cares on the middle of the street.



Haight Street hosted their inaugural “Music & Merchant” street festival today and like Hiero Day, people from all over the Bay gathered for this free jammin’-ful event.

Good music provided by legendary artists was definitely the highlight of the day; They filled the neighborhood with grooving tunes of Michael Jackson to the head-bobbing of… well, their own music haha.

But, as any day spent on Haight, art surrounded Celestine and I.

Live painting by Neal Barbosa


Me fan-girling over seeing Miss Van’s work in person


Celestine admiring the intricate work of Dennis McNett


Lower and Upper Haight, thank you for your hospitable modern-day bohemian ways.

– ChiChai@Empire

P.s. Due to leaving my main camera at my mom’s house (womp), all photos in this post are film

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