There are those who like to run. And those who like to drink beer. And sometimes those two activities overlap a bit. The Oak Cliff Running Club is an informal gathering of runners and beer drinkers that will meet at Eno’s Pizza in the Bishop Arts District (407 N Bishop Ave) on Wednesday nights from [...]
Archive for April, 2010
Noted Dallas chef David Uygur, most recently the head chef at Lola Restaurant and featured in the Dallas Morning News in February of this year as one of the top 10 chefs to watch in Dallas, has signed a lease to open an intimate (read extremely small, exclusive and hard to get a table) Italian [...]
News5 was onsite at the Urban Farm to learn more about the budding community garden culture in North Oak Cliff, and the work to bring more awareness to local food sources while applying crops to community businesses. Check out the video here featuring Mariana Griggs, Stacey Rives, and Go Oak Cliff Board Member, Matt Spillers.
We had an amazing weekend, and the community rallied around our Better Block project. We couldn’t have been more pleased with the turnout and reception from everyone who attended. From council members, to Urban Planners, to longtime residents…everyone embraced the concept of developing Dallas’ first “complete street”. Children played in areas that cars usually ruled, [...]
This weekend we’re officially unveiling the Better Block Project at the Oak Cliff Art Crawl, which is part of a larger initiative developed by Go Oak Cliff and other community activists that falls under our new “Think Small” campaign. We’ll be updating you more on this campaign, but the major push is to recognize that [...]