The Cube Creative has designed a poster for the Bishop Arts District, which features a design from artists Kevin Obregon and Vanessa Neil on one side and a map of Oak Cliff attractions on the back. They are selling 300 limited edition versions of the poster, printed with archival paper and inks and signed by the artists, for $50. The posters are available at or by calling 214.458.4593.

Urban Acres,
a produce cooperative active in Oak Cliff, Addison and the Park Cities, is opening a storefront on West Davis in Oak Cliff. The former De La Fuente’s Produce building at Davis and North Windomere is now the first Urban Acres Farm Store. Co-op members can pick up their produce deliveries at the store and shop for other groceries on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More information is available at, or by visiting the co-op on Saturday mornings.

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