The Move is on!

relocation

Today (Friday, Aug. 29) is the big day here at Dallas Voice. We are packing our bags and moving across town to our new offices in the Design District — 1825 Market Center Blvd., Ste. 240, in the Chase Bank building at the corner of Market Center and Turtle Creek boulevards, to be exact.

So, as we are in the midst of the move, we may be (we will be) out of touch for a little bit. We just wanted to let you all know that if we don’t return an email or answer your call, it’s not because we are ignoring you. It’s just because our computers and/or our phones are enroute to our new offices and haven’t been set up yet.

So keep trying and be a little patient with us. We will be back up and running soon! And watch for our announcement of the open house to show off our new offices, which we will hold as soon as the dust settles!

Thanks, and see ya on the other side (of town).

—  Tammye Nash

You will LOL over Oak Lawn

Thanks to a Facebook friend’s likes, I discovered a whole new subdivision of Oak Lawn. I’m curious to see how it catches on. Kendall (just Kendall, it seems) has started the site LowerOakLawn.com which concentrates on “life in the Design District.” She is venturing to be the go-to girl for everything LOL. Yep. L.O.L. Catchy.

I’m the one in the know about everything LOL and the Dallas Design District. If you know something, I’m the one to tell. If you want to know something, I am the go-to blogger for news, views, ideas and information about this exciting new urban community. If you’ve got the Qs I’ve got the As for this exciting new development in Big D!

Working for local real estate development company PegasusAblon, I am diving into the world of online and social media marketing headfirst. And hopefully making a big splash!

LowerOakLawn.com is where I chronicle my many adventures out and about in this up and coming urban neighborhood. LowerOakLawn.com is the premiere place for information, news, views and ideas.

Although, we’re kinda hurt she’s cozied to the DMN and D Mag peeps and readers. I mean, we don’t have too shabby a presence in Oak Lawn ourselves.

—  Rich Lopez

Goss-Michael Foundation announce move

Today, we received an actual letter from Goss-Michael Foundation executive director, Joyce Goss. Not an e-mail or Facebook notice or even a press release — an honest to goodness letter. It was nice.

In it, she announces that as of April 30, the GMF will be moving out of their current spot at 2500 Cedar Springs Road and for the rest of the summer, they’ll be moving over to the Design District into bigger digs at 1405 Turtle Creek Blvd. The new location will be a 12,000 square-foot space with plans to open their doors again in the fall.

“The coming year promises to hold many challenges as well as opportunities for the Goss-Michael Foundation, and we look forward to your continued involvement as we work to realize the full potential of this unique Foundation and its educational art programs,” she says in the letter.

—  Rich Lopez