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Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) Fall Gallery Walk

Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) Fall Gallery Walk

Tweet Art lovers of every description will soon have the chance to socialize and tour a full spectrum of galleries and special exhibitions —all in one day, all for free. The Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) will be presenting its 29th annual Fall Gallery Walk Saturday, September 20th at over 35 art spaces all over North Texas [...]

Ouí Like to Party: Bastille on Bishop is Back

Ouí Like to Party: Bastille on Bishop is Back

Celebrating its fifth year in Dallas, the largest French festival in North Texas has returned. On Monday, July 14th from 6-10 PM, you can experience everything that French culture has to offer without ever leaving Oak Cliff. Highlights of the day include a mussels competition, Vespa rally, crepe stands, petanque courts (what is petanque? Click here), French music, dancing, and wine tasting.

Oak Cliff Earth Day 2013

Oak Cliff Earth Day 2013

Oak Cliff Earth Day will be a fun, pet-friendly event from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 21, 2013 at Lake Cliff Park. This year's event will feature fabulous food vendors, speakers at the Earth Day Educational Event, a "Pooch Smooch" booth, the second annual "Mutt Strut" parade and more.

2nd Annual Blues, Bandits & BBQ Festival this Saturday in Oak Cliff

2nd Annual Blues, Bandits & BBQ Festival this Saturday in Oak Cliff

Tweet Non-profit neighborhood organization Go Oak Cliff , will be hosting the 2nd annual Blues, Bandits & BBQ Festival this Saturday, October 22nd, with over 15 BBQ teams smoking over 750 pounds of meat, fun and games for the entire family, a bicycle festival, a neighborhood kickball tournament, and lots of tasty treats to eat. [...]

Fascinating People from Dallas Series: Rob Shearer

Fascinating People from Dallas Series: Rob Shearer

Tweet This is my second interview in the Fascinating People from Dallas Series in-which I'm reaching out to people who I think are doing cool things and providing value to the city and for those living here. It didn't take me long to think of someone who has brought some awesomeness and instilled pride for [...]

10 of the Best Dallas Date Restaurants Not in Uptown or on Knox/Henderson

10 of the Best Dallas Date Restaurants Not in Uptown or on Knox/Henderson

Uptown & Knox/Henderson are nice, but sometimes you want something a little different. Discover ten places for date nights in Dallas not in Uptown or on Knox/Henderson.

Dallas Art Dealers Association Presents the 2011 Spring Gallery Walk & Panels

Dallas Art Dealers Association Presents the 2011 Spring Gallery Walk & Panels

The annual Spring Gallery Walk is Saturday, April 16 from 2-8 p.m. and will feature over 35 of DADA’s member galleries, museums, and nonprofit art spaces in areas like the Dallas Design District, Uptown, Oak Cliff and Deep Ellum.

Texas Theater Showing “Texas Legends Before They Were Legends”

Texas Theater Showing

Texas Independent Film Network and Video Association of Dallas present TEXAS LEGENDS, BEFORE THEY WERE LEGENDS at the Texas Theater in Oak Cliff. The film features the collection of first short films by legendary Texas filmaker's. From Tobe Hooper to Richard Linklater, Wes Anderson and Robert Rodriguez (to name a few) Texas has a rich legacy of filmmaking, but even the masters had to start somewhere. Tickets are cheap - $8. The program will last 90 minutes and it's recommended for mature audiences.

Oak Cliff to Host Bastille on Bishop this Wednesday Night

Oak Cliff to Host Bastille on Bishop this Wednesday Night

Frenchmen, Francophiles and mimes around the world will come together on Wednesday, July 14th to celebrate that most sacred of French holidays, Bastille Day. Check out how the Bishop Arts District & businesses such as Meddlesome Moth, Smoke, Park, and Bolsa are celebrating.

An Insider’s Complete Guide to Oak Cliff Dallas: Art, Events, Cuisine & Culture

An Insider's Complete Guide to Oak Cliff Dallas: Art, Events, Cuisine & Culture

Now that phrases like “urban in-fill,” “in-town living,” and “walkability,” are the new urban-planning buzzwords, many are beginning to realize that Oak Cliff, especially North Oak Cliff, is so much more than its bad reputation. In addition to legendary killers, the more upstanding Stevie Ray Vaughn, Erykah Badu, Edie Brickell, Dennis Rodman, and T-Bone Walker also once called it home. And these days, there seems to be some sort of festival almost every weekend, whether it’s the Oak Cliff Art Crawl , the Oak Cliff Block Party Peace Festival, the Oak Cliff Mardi Gras, the Oak Cliff Earth Day Festival, or Cyclesomatic.
Is Oak Cliff the "Austin" of Dallas? Learn more about art, cuisine & culture in Oak Cliff from an insider's point of view.