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It’s not just a popup. Permanent ramen is coming to Bishop Arts. Chef Justin Holt of Lucia, whose personal obsession with ramen spurred a series of pop-up dinners beginning about five years ago, is opening his own ramen shop in Bishop Arts. Salaryman held…
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Bastille on Bishop is on a Saturday this year! It’s from 6-11 p.m., and it’s free to attend, but food and beverages are on the token system. Buy yours here. The Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce offers a free home-buying workshop from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday.…
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Move over, lavandería/taquería, there’s a new concept in Oak Cliff. Oak Cliff Taco Garage on South Beckley offers mechanic services as well as tacos. I’ve been riding my bike past this place since it opened last year, and I finally found an excuse to…
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Thieves stole a man’s wheelchair ramp from in front of his home Saturday. Chris Warnick, who started using a wheelchair in January, says the ramp was taken in broad daylight from his home on Falls Drive. “I’d like to think they stole it because they…
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Someone shot a man in the leg Friday morning near Kidd Springs park. The man told police that he had just dropped off his girlfriend at about 3:30 a.m. in the 700 block of West Canty. He said a vehicle followed him and that several shots were fired into…
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Do you know the Vaughan brothers? A new documentary takes a deep dive into the relationship between Oak Cliff’s most famous sons, Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan. “From Nowhere” is the new film from Kirby Warnock, who also made “When Dallas Rocked,” and it…
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It’s like it happens every year. Just as sure as your Instagram feed will fill up with screenshots of weather apps showing 100-degree temperatures, there will be fireworks, a lot of them, in Oak Cliff. We heard the first pops Sunday, when half of Oak…
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The Elmwood Neighborhood Association celebrates the Fourth of July from 6-9 p.m. with a cookout, face painting, music and a screening of “Born on the Fourth of July,” which filmed in the neighborhood. Palomino performs at the Foundry Friday. Oak Cliff…
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Have dinner and a show without ever leaving the historic Kessler Theater. The kitchen is open again with chef Lisa Martel Mohon of Winnetka Heights at the helm. The menu is small, but it has everything you want: carnitas tacos ($5 for two), chips and…
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A shooting at Big T Bazaar shopping center left one person dead and one seriously injured Saturday morning. The shooting happened about 1:30 a.m. Saturday. A large crowd of people was in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, according to KTVT.
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