Archive for Mighty Fine Arts

You are browsing the archives ofMighty Fine Arts Archives - I Live In Dallas.

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.

Cliff Notes Presents Open Mic at Mighty Fine Arts

Cliff Notes Presents Open Mic at Mighty Fine Arts

Cliff Notes Prolonged Media is a new and independent bookstore in the Oak Cliff area. The 400 sq ft store is filled with character - selling literature from the Beatnik movement to more recent, self-published works by local authors.

Last month Cliff Notes had a successful, standing room only Open Mic night. This Friday night, the crowd will gather at Mighty Fine Arts for their second event - this month featuring local writer/poet, Josh Weir, and local band, Atrium.