Run a meeting on Zoom, fix everyone's lunch, and figure [...]
Photo courtesy of Rick Holter Rick Holter had [...]
They decided to get married on March 20 at the Oak Cliff courthouse by Justice of the Peace Judge Juan Jasso.
A Dallas ISD food and nutrition services worker is front-and-center on the cover of Time magazine today.
Dallas County reported its data on race and coronavirus, with an asterisk noting that it is incomplete.
Well, at least we're passing. Human mobility data company Unacast has [...]
Families won't be spending Easter weekend in Dallas parks. On Wednesday, [...]
While some temporarily closed retail shops, galleries and salons are boarded up for security, many food-based businesses are hanging on through the economic shutdown.
The Oak Cliff nursing home where at least 30 people contracted COVID-19 has a long list of health-code and safety violations.
As a small business ourselves, the Advocate knows that neighborhood small businesses are hurting. We’re helping for the duration of the crisis by building a directory and hosting ads for businesses that need help the most.
Photo by Danny Fulgencio One of Oak Cliff's favorite neighborhood restaurants begins dinner service Wednesday night, after closing for about six weeks. Nova closed March 25, after Dallas County closed restaurants to [...]
Lucia and Macellaio now open for curbside service, thanks to James Beard Foundation, paycheck protection
Photography by Kathy Tran. Two of Oak Cliff's culinary standouts are back. Lucia and Macellaio, both owned by David and Jennifer Uygur of Oak Cliff, reopen this weekend for curbside service. The [...]
Texas Monthly chose 19 bakeries statewide to give us carbo-loaded comfort during the pandemic. Vera's Bakery on West Davis made the list. Here's what the magazine says: Amid gentrification in the nearby Bishop Arts District, [...]