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East Oak Cliff Neighborhood To Be Revitalized

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East Oak Cliff (CBSDFW) – The dirt is moving once again in a virtually abandoned East Oak Cliff neighborhood. The historic “Bottom” neighborhood is being revitalized as part of an effort to breathe new life into South Dallas. 294 more words

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Spinster Records Celebrates The Culture Of Oak Cliff

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Edie Brickell, Stevie Ray Vaughn, B.W. Stevenson and Ray Wylie Hubbard are just a few of artists that have called Oak Cliff home over the years. 247 more words

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Remembering Oak Cliff's Pride And Joy, Stevie Ray Vaughan

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The unmistakable sound of electric blues rock that only Stevie Ray Vaughan could pull off.

Armed with a Fender stratocaster, Vaughan’s mash-up of blues and rock was unequaled. 267 more words

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Oak Cliff Sculpture Is First Of Many

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It catches your eye outside the Texas Theater on Jefferson Boulevard, a mosaic sculpture nearly 20 feet tall.

It’s a Native American totem pole, with a hand at the top, an eye that sees all, and inscribed with a Native American prayer “make my hands respect the things you have made”. 155 more words

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Oak Cliff's Stevens Park Golf Course

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Lets be honest, there aren’t too many things as humbling as golf. But nothing can bring a community together quite like a well kept golf course. 146 more words

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The Oak Cliff Neighborhood Of Wynnewood

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It was March of 1946: A heady time for the post-war country. Frankie Carle and his Orchestra were on the radio, Winston Churchill made a trip to Fulton Missouri to fret about the Soviet union…and in Dallas the blueprints were finally being put into action in an area of Oak Cliff called Wynnewood. 219 more words

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Step Back In Time At The Texas Theatre

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OAK CLIFF (1080 KRLD) — The Texas Theatre has been a staple in Oak Cliff since the 1930s.

“C.R. McHenry, known as ‘Uncle Mack’ to everybody, owned two other theaters on Jefferson, and he had this dream about building a movie palace outside of downtown,” says Mary Katherine McElroy, Texas Theatre operations manager. 481 more words

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