He sang "Dead Flowers" with ABC 7's Dan Ashley.
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See our slideshow of the new, somewhat similarly decorated digs.
It will be feted with a parade up Powell, over Nob Hill.
They're aiming to get open before the Super Bowl, naturally.
Remember all that brouhaha surrounding the Gold Dust Lounge getting evicted from their long-inhabited space on Union Square? Well, as earlier reported, the bar found a new location at 165 Jefferson Street, at Fisherman's Wharf, and now they've revealed a...
It's 165 Jefferson near the Rainforest Cafe.
'Chronicle' photographer Mike Kepka made this film following the saga.
The exact location will be announced shortly.
They're still facing eviction, but the Board of Supervisors has yet to officially step in, which they probably will.
Also, the Gold Dust Lounge decision deadlocked with Preservation.
Not surprisingly, Nevius is no fan of preservation.
Christine Olague proposes a district-wide moratorium on conversions in Union Square.
The bar had a "no last call" party on Saturday, and so far the owners have not padlocked the place, even though the eviction date has passed.
Whether they'll be saved next week or not remains to be seen.
The bar may still be in danger, but we've got our fingers crossed.
The bar may be endangered, but it won't give up without a fight.
Now Willie Brown's come out with some fightin' words for the landlords!
Also, the bar owners still seem to have a few tricks up their sleeves.
Also, Yet Wah probably isn't reopening.