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An aCA Exclusive: Operation Rainbow Brains: “Bringing Unexpected Color to The Community”

An aCA Exclusive: Operation Rainbow Brains: “Bringing Unexpected Color to The Community” | NaTashas T with The Arts | Scoop.it
  Having attended many art shows and admiring graffiti on concrete it is not often you see art created on nature itself. Operation Rainbow Brains is a team of two artists who do just that. Usi...

 

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The Underworld Art Gallery, an Unforgettable Place

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Have you ever walked into a place and literally gasped? I have, I experienced this when I walked into The UnderWorld Art Gallery in Dallas Tx. I felt like a child in Willy Wonkas Edible room when m...

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Oak Cliff’s oldest book store to close ~ Oak Cliff Advocate

Oak Cliff’s oldest book store to close ~ Oak Cliff Advocate | NaTashas T with The Arts | Scoop.it

Turns out Uncle Robert is Robert N. Jones, and he’s owned Imported Books, at Clarendon and Oak Cliff Boulevard, since 1976. We visited this week because of the headline on his latest press release: “90-year-old veteran of World War II is closing Spanish book store.”

 

Posting by Rachel Stone, Oak Cliff Advocate


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Loretta Berry Miller Wood's comment, July 19, 2012 11:18 AM
Job Well Done Uncle Robert!! Oak Cliff will miss you dearly!!