Due to the current status of COVID-19, we are sad to inform everyone that the annual 2020 Halloween Street Party has been cancelled. We look forward to seeing everyone back next year for the 2021 Halloween festivities! The above announcement was made by Caven Enterprises, the producer of the popular annual Oak Lawn event. For […]
From www.DallasVoice.com – The first of the several rainbow crosswalks planned for the Oak Lawn/Cedar Springs gayborhood is almost complete at the intersection of Cedar Springs Road and Oak Lawn Avenue. Thanks to Clint Thomson for the photos and video of the painting in progress. (And thanks to Chad Mantooth for being the intermediary in […]
The LGBT Chamber of Commerce presented the city of Dallas with a ceremonial check of $128,250 to pay for the rainbow crosswalks that will be installed along Cedar Springs Road. Among those presenting the check were LGBT Chamber CEO Tony Vedda and fundraising committee chair Chris Luna. Caven Enterprises CEO Greg Kilhoffer also attended. Caven […]
From DallasObserver.com For months, frequenters of the Strip on Cedar Springs Road have been wondering what will become of the old Zephyr Bakery. Early next year, they can look forward to some old favorites.
There’s a fun new bar lined up to open in the Cedar Springs district in early 2020. Called Roy G’s, it’s from the legendary Street family and will open at 4001 Cedar Springs Rd.
From Culture Map Dallas… A trio of first-timers are bringing a glitzy new bar to the Cedar Springs strip of Dallas. Called Mr. Misster, it will feature craft cocktails and a sophisticated atmosphere in a neighborhood known for casual drinking and wild nights. It’s opening on June 28, with a grand opening party on June […]
What is the Dallas Crosswalk Project? The Dallas Crosswalk Project is a led by the Cedar Springs Merchant Association and LGBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation in conjunction with community and business leaders. The Crosswalk Project is a privately funded component of City of Dallas streetscape improvements in the Oak Lawn area.
We are really looking forward to the exciting changes coming to the strip! ?️? We are also working with Arttitude, a local non-profit that unites communities through artistic endeavors, to put up a large, community-driven mural honoring the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the trans women of color who on that day catalyzed the […]
From DallasVoice.com The first LGBT historical marker in Texas will be unveiled outside of JR.’s Bar & Grill on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. The project was suggested by Robert Emery and funded by donors through The Dallas Way. In December 2016, at a fundraising brunch at the home of Richard Shampain and Jeff […]
From The Dallas Voice: Artist Lee Madrid is working feverishly to finish the Dallas Red Foundation’s AIDS memorial mural in time for Pride. At least major portions of it will be done, he said, and he hopes to have people come and take pictures with it during the parade and have people do some painting […]