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Category archives for: Oak Cliff

Weird and endangered at the Dallas Zoo

Weird and endangered at the Dallas Zoo

by Sarah Bell The okapi is a large, reddish-brown hoofed animal that stands over 7 feet tall and can weigh over 700 pounds. Many people mistake it for a species of zebra because of the black and white stripes covering its back legs. But if you look close enough, you might just be able to [...]

Mayor Mike Rawlings and the Mayor’s Star Council debut film about South Oak Cliff community

Mayor Mike Rawlings and the Mayor’s Star Council  debut film about South Oak Cliff community

DSN Newswire Who: Mayor Mike Rawlings and the Mayor’s Star Council When: Thursday, May 30, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Where: South Oak Cliff High School, 3601 S Marsalis Ave, Dallas, TX 75216 What: Join us for the premier of a film project featuring . This film is a production created by the Mayor’s Star Council, [...]

Trinity Groves Begins to Blossom

Trinity Groves Begins to Blossom

by Natalie Yezbick The Trinity Grove development is starting to take shape as restaurants, office and retail space, and entertainment venues begin to move to the area. Eight years ago, Texas restaurateur Phil Romano had the idea to take a struggling West Dallas neighborhood and transform it into an entertainment and cultural destination. He joined [...]

2013 Women of Wisdom Awards

2013 Women of Wisdom Awards

DSN Newswire Concord Church on Saturday, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m. with a moving production entitled, “Mirror, Mirror.” African-Americans have contributed to our American society in every walk of life. One purpose of Black History Month is to honor those individuals who have sacrificed of themselves to serve and uplift others. Five women of the [...]

Green tech: Corps of Engineers wetland habitat lowers flood risk for Dallas

Green tech: Corps of Engineers wetland habitat lowers flood risk for Dallas

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District   by James Frisinger A string of sky-blue ponds – surrounded by grasslands – unwinds across the North Texas countryside. Overhead hundreds of cormorants crisscross in and out of formation. This wildscape, nestled just below the historic Joppa Community, is quiet. But there is a lot more [...]

Oil and Cotton Embraces Tyler Davis Arts District

Oil and Cotton Embraces Tyler Davis Arts District

Kayli Cusick and Shannon Driscoll are working to bring area together addressing issues from health insurance to non-profit partnerships.

Community Advocates to host tour of Camp Wisdom Corridor

Community Advocates to host tour of Camp Wisdom Corridor

Bus tour will take place on Thursday, September 29th from 8:00 AM to 11:30AM

Southwest Center Mall Chess Group Has Game

Southwest Center Mall Chess Group Has Game

Southern Dallas Mall has become a hub for chess players

Justice for John Wiley Price Committee to Hold Informational Meeting

Justice for John Wiley Price Committee to Hold Informational Meeting

Justice for John Wiley Price Informational Meeting for Volunteers to be held on Monday, August 15th at Friendship West Baptist Church

Trash Talk: Paul Quinn College hosts McCommas Bluff Landfill Town Hall Meeting

Trash Talk: Paul Quinn College hosts McCommas Bluff Landfill Town Hall Meeting

More than 250 people met at Paul Quinn College to hear about the city’s plan to nearly double the amount of trash transported to the McCommas Bluff Landfill

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