Oak Cliff First Annual Jazzfest!

Posted by    |    June 18th, 2013 at 3:05 pm

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While I love rainy days, especially Texas, I’m hoping that this Saturday our sunshine holds for the first annual Oak Cliff Jazzfest and Arts/Crafts Fair going on at Labyrinth Walk Coffee House. The event starts at 11am with live music from 12pm to 10pm. At the fair you’ll be able to browse through a wide variety of handmade arts and crafts ranging from ceramics, soaps, candles, jewelry, yard art and more plus some good food to munch on while you enjoy the music.

Whose music you’ll be enjoying this Saturday:

The Inner City All Stars

Freddie Jones

Alphonso Sanders

Jennifer Martin

Larry Lampkin

Carolyn Lee Jones

Funky Knuckles

Miss Marcy and Her Texas Sugar Daddy’s

Shelley Carrol

Shoot Low Sheriff

So bring your lawn chairs, blankets, friends and family and enjoy a (hopefully) sunny afternoon in Oak Cliff at the first of many Jazzfests.

When: Saturday January 22nd, 11am-10pm

Where: 3839 W. Kiest Blvd., Dallas, Texas 75233

Tickets: Adult- 15$ online 20$ at the gate  Youth-10$ online 15$ at the gate

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Announces DSO on the GO

Posted by    |    March 13th, 2013 at 5:48 pm

alt Dallas Symphony Orchestra Announces
DSO on the GO

Presented by
The Ebby Halliday Companies
April 5, 2013 concert to take place at
Cliff Temple Bible Church, Oak Cliff
Dallas, TX (March 11, 2013) -The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural season of the concert series DSO on the GO, presented by The Ebby Halliday Companies, returns to Oak Cliff April 5, 2013. DSO on the GO features the DSO playing classical and pops concerts in eight cities and neighborhoods across North Texas, with concerto soloists who are principal musicians in the DSO.

What to do when you just can’t eat any more Turkey

Posted by    |    November 23rd, 2010 at 5:33 pm

Thanksgiving is this Thursday, and I can guarantee you’re about to be on turkey overload. When Mom has run out of ideas on how to fashion stuffing left-overs, and the idea of cranberry sauce just about makes you nauseous, it’s time to go see a guy who never runs out of ideas. Urban Fabric: The Photographic Art of Justin Terveen is taking place this Friday. And if you have never seen his photographs, get ready to feast your eyeballs on something much tastier than turkey. His work is pure visual stimulation and unmatched creativity: he was named “Best Urban Explorer” in the Dallas Observer’s “Best of Dallas 2010”. So put down the mashed potatoes and go check it out. Really, the potatoes will be there when you get back.

The event will take place this Friday, November 26 from 7pm-11:30pm at the Kessler/X+ Art Gallery 1230 West Davis Street