Adamson High School football team heading to the Ticket City Bowl

Dec 28, 2011 No Comments

Over 40 members of the Adamson High School football team will get a chance to attend the Ticket City Bowl on January 2nd at the Cotton Bowl where Houston will face off with Penn State at 11AM. The team’s tickets and trip are being sponsored by the Friends of Fair Park, the Oak Cliff Chamber […]

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Bolsa Mercado Advances Culinary Agenda

Dec 12, 2011 No Comments

When Bolsa opened its doors as a restaurant almost 4 years ago, it was with the vision that they would operate both a restaurant and a gourmet market out of the same space. But as the success of the restaurant grew, the shelf space for crackers, coffees and chocolates shrank. But with the opening of […]

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Winnetka Heights Holiday Home Tour This Saturday!

Nov 30, 2011 No Comments

Pull out your Christmas sweaters and socks, dust off your eggnog thermos, and purchase your tickets today for the 2011 Winnetka Heights Holiday Home Tour. The tour is this Saturday, December 3rd from noon to 6pm, and is the 25th annual Holiday Home Tour. The tour  features six homes that have been beautifully decorated for […]

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Dallas Complete Streets effort scheduling a “Community Walk” on Dec. 3rd

Nov 28, 2011 1 Comment

This Saturday, December 3rd, the City of Dallas Complete Streets team will be inviting residents and business owners out to hold a “community walk” beginning in the Bishop Arts District (at Bishop and Davis), and heading west toward Cedar Hill Avenue.  The walk will take place from 10:30AM to 1:30PM with groups reviewing the corridor […]

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Rosemont Dad’s Host Golf Tournament at New Stevens Park Course

Nov 10, 2011 No Comments

The new and dramatically improved Stevens Park Golf Course will be the site of the first annual Rosemont Dad’s Golf Tournament on Monday, November 14, 2011. The purpose of the Rosemont Dad’s and their golf tournament is to help develop a more robust athletics program at Rosemont Elementary, including the founding of golf program at […]

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A House Divided – Lucia & Smoke Both In Running

Nov 07, 2011 1 Comment

Oak Cliff eaters have to choose between Lucia and Smoke if they want to vote for a neighborhood favorite in the Eater Dallas Restaurant of the Year contest. Other nominees include Neighborhood Services, Il Cane Rosso, The Grape, Fearing’s, and pop-up restaurant Cafe Momentum. Voting takes place for just 24 hours, so cast your vote […]

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Campo Restaurant Opens Tonight

Nov 07, 2011 2 Comments

You may recall a few months back rumors of a new restaurant opening next door to Jonathon’s Oak Cliff, in the old La Carreta Argentina location at 1115 North Beckley Avenue. Well it appears that Campo is set to open it’s doors to the public tonight at 6pm, and we got a sneak peak at […]

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

Nov 02, 2011 1 Comment

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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YaYa Foot Spa opens in the Bishop Arts District

Oct 27, 2011 No Comments

We have bar-b-que, sushi, specialty sodas, craft beers, in the Bishop Arts District, and as of last week we can now officially include a traditional Chinese foot spa. Nicole Isenberg, wife of longtime Oak Cliff resident and businessman Ralph Isenberg, was born and raised in North China in an area where residents would make foot spa treatments […]

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Jimmie Vaughan Returns to Oak Cliff with a Performance at the Texas Theatre

Oct 27, 2011 No Comments

Hometown hero, Jimmie Vaughan, returns to Oak Cliff to perform at the historic Texas Theatre. More from the press release: It’s not often that a legend returns to his hometown and discusses growing up in the old neighborhood, then takes the stage and performs a concert. Imagine Elvis having a talking with an audience in Tupelo, […]

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