Survey: Coronavirus Losses Double To $67 Million For Dallas Arts & Culture SectorA new survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the nonprofit arts and cultural sector in the city of Dallas -- causing a running total of more than $67,770,000 in losses.
Driver Dead After Crashing Into DART BusOne person was killed and three others hurt after a car travelling at high speed slammed into a DART bus early this morning in Dallas.
Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts DistrictEven in the middle of our interview, Melody Ginn of The Laughing Willow takes the time to greet customers walking into the larger space they occupied for a little over a year now.
Free House In Dallas, But There's A Big Catch!Dallas-based Alamo Manhattan, the company behind the Bishop Arts Development, is offering up a house built on 228 West Seventh Street in 1907.
Bishops Arts Aggravated Robbery Victim Shares His StoryMichael Gowman and his passenger pulled into the parking lot on West 7th Street and Madison Avenue on Saturday night, hoping to unwind at a nearby restaurant in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District.
Expanded Bishop Arts District Streetcar Service BeginsThere is now a new way to get around in Dallas’ Bishop Arts District. Service is expanding on Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s (DART) streetcar line.
Valet Parking Hurting Business In Bishop Arts DistrictThere aren't enough parking spaces and many don't want to pay to valet park.
2 New Stops Added To Dallas Streetcar ScheduleRiders will soon have two new stops on the Dallas Streetcar – locations on Zang Boulevard at 6th Street and between Davis and 7th Street in the Bishop Arts District.
Most Instagram-Worthy Locations Near DFWInstagram is taking over as the new front-runner in photography and selfies. Dallas has an award-winning cityscape, but you can't stock Instagram with just buildings. Here are a few ideas of beautiful places to take photos.
Changes Mean DART Streetcars Now Running Until MidnightIt seems ‘Big D’ is getting bigger! Local officials say they are making changes to how residents and visitors get around, to keep up with that growth.
Residents Fear New Business May Push Out Oak Cliff Culture"New" isn't always "better," according to some Oak Cliff residents.
Getting Kicks With Bricks... Through Windshields In DallasBroken glass and a shattered sense of security in an Oak Cliff neighborhood after several drivers walked out to discover someone had broken the rear windows of their vehicles with a large rock or brick.
New Development Means Wrecking Ball For Parts Of Bishop Arts DistrictProgress or a push-out? Why some Oak Cliff business owners say a new development is threatening their shops.
Many Fear Oak Cliff Progression Will Out Price LocalsOut priced or just the price of progression? Businesses in Oak Cliff are closing their doors as rent begins to rise within the popular Bishop Arts District.
Spinning Back Into Style: Record Shop ResurgenceRecord shops are making a comeback in North Texas.