In our ongoing coverage of the Davis/ Bishop Plan, we have another Q&A for your reading (and commenting) pleasure. As we posted yesterday, Go Oak Cliff plans to cover the issue of the Davis/ Bishop plan by offering our readers a series of Questions and Answers from folks in the community who are impacted by [...]
The Davis/ Bishop Land Use Study is a comprehensive and proactive plan that was organized and funded through neighbors with the goal of creating a plan that would help to shape the continued growth of North Oak Cliff in a positive manner. The multi-year process has recently concluded and the issue is now before the [...]
Only six days left to vote in D Magazine’s “Best of Big D” Shopping category. Oak Cliff has some fine representation this year by the following merchants: Bishop Street Market for Best Gift Shop in Dallas Green Pet for Best Pet Store in Dallas Oak Cliff Bicycle Company for Best Bicycle Shop in Dallas Zola’s [...]
The historic Texas Theatre on Jefferson Boulevard is officially unveiling a regular evening movie schedule featuring Indie, Latino, and Hollywood films. The first film to kickoff the series will be The Thing on May 13th at 7:30PM. The foundation heading up the Texas is asking for a $5 donation for all films, with proceeds going [...]
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 [...]
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.