Scene and Heard in Oak Cliff

Davis Street Mercantile, a new furniture store and design studio, opened in March.
Dallas Mavericks player Delonte West and former Mavs player Lamar Odom.

Design on Davis

Davis Street Mercantile, a new furniture store and design studio, opened in March. It is the work of husband-and-wife Joe Ramirez and Amy Thomasson Ramirez. She is an interior designer, and he is a real estate broker with a talent for refurbishing vintage furniture. They started designing furniture together about two years ago. The Oak Cliff residents bought the two-story building at 443 W. Davis in October. They leased one of two upstairs studios to Nikki Cotten Photography, which also celebrated its grand opening recently.

Dallas Mavericks player Delonte West and former Mavs player Lamar Odom

Mavericks at the zoo

Dallas Mavericks player Delonte West and former Mavs player Lamar Odom visited the Dallas Zoo with 30 elementary school students who have been selected as Mavs Academic All Stars for outstanding grades and classroom performance.


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