Editor's note: Another week has come and gone, and there's a lot we all probably missed. But we're looking out for you, kid. Here are the most popular stories from this past week:
1. Black rhino auction winner Corey Knowlton responds to international uproar. Corey Knowlton, the hunter identified as the winner of a controversial auction held by the Dallas Safari Club to hunt an endangered black rhino, issued a statement calling for a discussion on conservation. The Humane Society has started a petition to block the importation of the black rhino.
2. Texas coeds tap sugar daddies for college tuition at record rates. Dating (and we use that term loosely) site SeekingArrangement.com recently examined the fastest growing “sugar baby” schools in the country, and Texas State came in at No. 10. Their mothers must be so proud.
3. Why the Dallas Cowboys drafting Johnny Manziel is a pipe dream. It sounds like a match made in heaven for Jerry Jones. Take the biggest mega-star the college game has ever produced and slap a star on his helmet. Jones’ head must explode at the possibilities. But any talk about the Cowboys drafting Johnny Football is a fantasy at this point.
4. Inside the most expensive and exclusive hotel suites in Dallas. Our hometown boasts some of the best hotels in the world. That said, not all rooms in these hotels are created equal. Here's a look inside many of the most exclusive hotel suites in Dallas. Let the voyeurism begin.
5. First-ever Suburbia Music Festival in Plano reveals stellar lineup. In a bid to unseat Dallas, Fort Worth and Denton as the go-to places for great music, Plano will host the first-ever Suburbia Music Festival on May 3 and 4. Among the boldfaced names scheduled: Alabama Shakes, DJ David Guetta, J. Cole, Tegan and Sara, Violent Femmes, Third Eye Blind, The Dandy Warhols, and Reverend Horton Heat.