Bastille on Bishop 2014

Jul 02, 2014 No Comments by

The fifth annual Bastille on Bishop kicks off on Monday, July 14th, from 6pm to 10pm in the historic Bishop Arts District (400 and 500 block of Bishop Street between Seventh and Melba). The biggest and frenchiest Bastille Day party in town, this is one celebration you won’t want to miss. Local restaurants and markets […]

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BrewRiot 2014 – Sunday, May 18th!

May 13, 2014 No Comments by

Perhaps one of the best loved Oak Cliff events of the year, BrewRiot is back and ready for beer lovers this Sunday, May 18th from 4pm-8pm in the Bishop Arts District. This year we’ve got over 60 home brew teams competing with over 200 different types of beer. Your mission, should you choose to accept […]

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Help Us Build the Roger Lytle Disc Golf Course

Apr 11, 2014 Comments Off by

In honor of the memory of Roger William Lytle, the Oak Cliff community is working to raise funds to develop a public disc golf course in Founders Park. Roger’s daddy, Zac, has been co-leading the effort to develop a 9 hole course in the park for some time, and with the support of the city […]

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Some Change Is Good!

Jan 13, 2014 No Comments

As many of you know, Go Oak Cliff was formed back in 2009 with the intent of creating sustainable programming and initiatives that benefit historic Oak Cliff. Those of us who have served on the board over the past 5 years are proud to have been stewards of our community, and were honored to kickstart […]

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A Thank You Note, To My Village

Oct 02, 2013 4 Comments

I beat it!!! The big “C”, and although I can’t technically be called a “survivor” until year 5, I’ve finally been able to re-assemble my life into some degree of “normalcy”, which for me is really saying something. That year of intense chemotherapy, and complications due to surgery to remove a lemon sized tumor from […]

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Bastille on Bishop 2013 – Eating, Drinking & Parking Details!

Jul 14, 2013 No Comments

Tonight, Sunday July 14, is the 4th Annual Bastille on Bishop. The party starts at 6pm in the heart of the Bishop Arts District. There will be plenty of French food, French beverages, French music and of course, plenty of pétanque! The food will be sold for cash, and our participating restaurant parters include Bolsa, […]

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DART Approves Extended Shuttle Route from Downtown to Edgefield Ave.

Jul 11, 2013 No Comments

At July 9th’s DART Board meeting, the team approved a revised route for the new shuttle service that will run from Downtown to North Oak Cliff via an extended loop through the Winnetka Heights neighborhood. At first, only two routes were planned for the shuttle — Route 21 from the Arts District to Bishop Arts […]

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Details for Bastille on Bishop

Jul 09, 2013 1 Comment

The fourth annual Bastille on Bishop kicks off this Sunday, July 14th, from 6PM to 10PM in the historic Bishop Arts District (400 and 500 block of Bishop Street b/w Seventh and Melba).  Be prepared for one of the biggest frenchy street fests in all of Texas. French themed foods will be available from ten […]

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Jefferson Tower Block to be Revitalized

Jun 03, 2013 1 Comment

In 1929, the Brinkerhoff & Bennett Investment built what they dubbed the Medical-Dental Building of Oak Cliff, on a block of Jefferson Boulevard between Madison and Bishop streets.  In short order, the block would become home to a Sears Roebuck & Company, a piano store, men and women’s fashions, and more. If you walk through […]

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The Oak Cliff Film Fest Returns!

Jun 01, 2013 No Comments

In case you missed it last year, this is the official second installment of one of the coolest events found on the south side of the river. Not only are great films featured, but each of the festival’s locations spotlight some of Oak Cliff’s most historic sites, including El Sibil, home of artist Frank Reaugh […]

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