Good News Stories

Oak Cliff Bike Company Stops a Crime!

(Reposted from Bike Friendly Oak Cliff) (Ean Parsons and Jeremy Ordaz) Owners of the Oak Cliff Bicycle Company, Jeremy Ordaz and Ean Parsons, foiled a recent bike theft in North Oak Cliff after two men walked into the store purporting to have a bicycle owned by their “grandfather” that they were attempting to sell. The…

Read More

Bishop Arts Big Table A Big Success

The sold out Bishop Arts Big Table was held last night and was blessed with amazing weather, excellent food, and a festive and friendly crowd of 100 diners who got to experience the first Big Table event. The event helped to raise money and awareness for the The Well Community, an Oak Cliff non-profit serving…

Read More

Oak Cliff Owns Dallas Observer Best Of

To say Oak Cliff dominated the Dallas Observer Best Of awards is hardly hyperbole. We made a quick count of 23 Oak Cliff mentions in the 2010 Dallas Observer Best Of list that was released today, and we think that’s pretty great representation for our little ‘hood. Heck – even our blog here was recognized.…

Read More

Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange

Cliff dwellers, we will no longer have to lament that fact that Oak Cliff has no art studio and no place to buy art supplies.  Introducing Oil and Cotton! Shannon Driscoll of Kings Highway and Kayli House of Elmwood have taken the ultimate leap of faith and turned Rock, Paper, Scissors- their pop-up shop from…

Read More

The Heart Of The Neighborhood

When you get folks in Oak Cliff talking about what makes this neighborhood so unique and such a special place to live, you’ll sometimes hear about great architecture, or tree lined streets, or unique restaurants. But the reality is what makes Oak Cliff the best neighborhood in Dallas is without question the people. You may…

Read More

Volunteers Beautify Jefferson

Over 40 volunteers worked for nearly 3 hours in the heat this past Saturday morning as part of a Jefferson Boulevard beautification project organized by Go Oak Cliff, the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce and City of Dallas District One Council Member Delia Jasso. As the City of Dallas is preparing for the opening of…

Read More

Oak Cliff High School Football to get a Kickstart

When we began Go Oak Cliff in the spring of 2010, our goal was to try and work to bring elements that we felt were missing to our amazing side of the river, and to promote our community by showing off our incredible people. While we sat around a table throwing out a series of…

Read More