Posts Tagged ‘Deep Ellum’

Deep Ellum Art Co. Announces Initial Event Lineup

Posted by Jewels Clark

A new mixed-use creative venue is debuting Friday in Deep Ellum. 

Deep Ellum Art Co., housed in a former printing press repair shop, has both indoor and outdoor galleries and a stage for live music where creatives can gather …

Home Base: Warstic Planning Move to Deep Ellum HQ

Posted by Lance Murray

Baseball bat company Warstic announced Monday that it has bought a building in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas that will serve as its headquarters, manufacturing base, and first bricks-and-mortar store.

The announcement was made prior to a Texas Rangers …

Vending Machine at Deep Ellum Bookstore Dispenses Local Literature

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Zines have been a form of self-expression for decades, but a Dallas-based artist is leading a resurgence of the DIY mini-magazines from inside a Deep Ellum bookstore.

A former baseball card vending machine has been revamped into a zine-producing hotspot …

Planning to the People:
How CityMap Democratized Urban Design

Posted by Dave Moore

It’s been 60 years since President Dwight Eisenhower launched an interstate highway system that connected cities while bisecting neighborhoods across the country. These highways have encircled downtowns across America for decades, providing a means of escape or entry for cars

Deep Ellum Music, Art Venue Readies for Summer Opening

Posted by Lance Murray

Work is beginning on a new music and art venue in Deep Ellum that will have two stages, a bar, and a food truck park.

Deep Ellum Art Co. is scheduled to open this summer, according to a report in …

Kitchen LTO Morphs into New Eatery, Junction Craft Kitchen

Posted by Lance Murray

Say so long to Kitchen LTO, the permanent pop-up restaurant in Deep Ellum, and say hello to Junction Craft Kitchen.

D Magazine reports that the pop-up concept born in Trinity Groves before moving to Deep Ellum is being renamed …

No Restaurant Experience? That Didn’t Stop These Dallas Eatery Founders

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Nick Backlund was a Minor League Baseball player. Javier Heredia flew commercial airplanes. Joe Groves worked as a self-employed businessman.

None of them had any restaurant experience before they launched their Dallas eateries, but that hasn’t held them back. Instead, …

The Epic Will Revive

Historic Deep Ellum Building

Posted by Lance Murray

Construction has begun on The Epic, a mixed-used, transit-oriented development in Deep Ellum that will incorporate one of the area’s most-historic buildings into its fiber.

The development is a project of Westdale and KDC, and will sit on an …

42 Murals Seeks Artists to Create New Deep Ellum Works

Posted by Kerry Curry

Artists who prefer a large canvas have the opportunity to showcase their work in the 42 Murals Project 2017, which will have a new twist over the original murals project in 2015.

42 Murals is the brainchild of real estate …

Deep Ellum Poet Helps Women
Find Their Voice Through Events

Posted by Heather Noel

Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi hasn’t always considered herself a poet.

She’s long been writing, of course. Her first limericks came in fourth grade — one about bumble bees and the other, aliens. She still has the original papers they’re scrawled on …