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Adamson vs. Sunset Rival Rematch Rally

Adamson and Sunset will play each other on September 7th for the first time in years, bringing back the oldest and best rivalry in the State of Texas! Head to the Bishop Arts District the night before, Thursday, September 6th, for a pep rally and celebration complete with marching bands, drum lines, and more!

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Brew Riot in Bishop Arts This Sunday!

The 2012 Brew Riot takes place this Sunday, May 20th in the Bishop Arts District. This year’s event has attracted 50 home brew teams to the competition, and they are bringing over 150 types of beer to sample and enjoy. There will be lagers, IPAs, Belgian & French ales, and specialty brews. Pre-sale tickets are…

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A Word On Winfrey Point

While it appears that the controversy concerning overflow parking for the Dallas Arboretum at Winfrey Point may be resolved for the time being, we received a letter from District 3 Park Board Member Michael Reagan and wanted to pass along his thoughts on the issue. It’s great to have neighbors like Michael who volunteer their time…

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The Rumors Of Our Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

Yes, we’ve been slacking off a bit in the blog department. Blame it on day jobs. Blame it on too many cocktails. Blame it on the rain. (Sorry about that Milli Vanilli reference, there’s really no excuse for that.) But we promise that we’re back and ready for more posts about more good stuff going…

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The 1st Annual OAK CLIFF FILM FEST announced this morning!

This morning Aviation Cinemas and the Texas Theatre is pleased to announce the 1st ever Oak Cliff Film Festival.  The entire fest will be held in areas of Oak Cliff including some of its most well known spots around Bishop Arts. The home base will be the Texas Theatre and satellite locations have already been set…

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A Night of Gothic Horror at the Texas Theatre

The Texas Theatre is hosting a very unique event to get you into the Halloween spirit. They’ll be showing two great silent horror films, “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” (1919) and “Nosferatu” (1922). The films will be accompanied on the piano by Oak Cliff resident Robert Edwards. We spoke with Edwards about the event: GOC:…

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1920’s Jazz Party at The Texas Theatre!

The Texas Theatre is hosting a roaring ’20’s night of entertainment Saturday night, August 27th, at 8pm. Oak Cliff resident Robert Edwards will provide live piano accompaniment to a hilarious Buster Keaton silent comedy entitled “The Playhouse”, from 1921; it’s the story of a dreamy stagehand in a vaudeville theater (played by Keaton of course).…

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From Dijon with Love

It was an amazing night last night, with an estimated crowd of 3,000 people celebrating Bastille Day in Bishop Arts. This was the first year that we were able to celebrate with Dallas’s sister city in France, Dijon. Dijon’s Mayor broadcast the following message to all attendees prior to a re-broadcast we showed of their…

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