It's Friday afternoon, and time to check in with the week's happenings at our sister site and friendly neighborhood blog, Curbed SF.
1) In Noe Valley, the crosswalks at 24th and Castro have become a sensory assault.
2) Ugly mural riles up the Castro partly because of property rights and political issues but mostly because it is, in fact, ugly.
3) Last weekend's shooting outside Farina reawakened the old gentrification feud that sees some people mourning the loss of a gritty neighborhood, leading others to remind them that human feces are not a thing to be missed.
4) A $5.9 million price chop is usually a sign of a shitshow. Right, Hibernia Bank?