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DFW's richest cities ring up in this week's 5 most popular Dallas stories

DFW's richest cities ring up in week's 5 most popular Dallas stories

4441 Belfort Pl, Highland Park
Highland Park ranks third in the state. Photo courtesy of Briggs Freeman Sothebys International
Waffle House breakfast
The real prize at Waffle House is their breakfast. Photo courtesy of Waffle House
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Hit Records sold new CDs plus memorabilia. Courtesy Photo
Brizo Bar
There'll be craft cocktails like this Combier Martini, fruity and floral with notes of citrus. Photo courtesy of Brizo Bar
Cornelia Guest
Welcome to Dallas, Cornelia. Courtesy photo
4441 Belfort Pl, Highland Park
Waffle House breakfast
News_CDs_box of CDs
Brizo Bar
Cornelia Guest

Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.

1. 6 affluent Dallas-Fort Worth cities cash in as the richest in Texas. Forget Beverly Hills. Move over, Manhattan. These DFW cities are cashing in as the richest in Texas for 2020. A new list from data provider HomeSnacks ranks six spots in North Texas among the 10 richest places in the state with at least 5,000 residents. 

2. Armed man robs Waffle House in the middle of Dallas at lunch. The Waffle House located in the most central part of Dallas was the scene of a robbery at gunpoint during lunch on January 25. The robbery took place at the restaurant shortly before 12 noon, IE during broad daylight in the middle of the day on a Saturday.

3. One of Dallas' oldest remaining record stores is closing with a big sale. One of Dallas' oldest remaining record stores is closing. Hit Records, located in the Casa View Shopping Center at 10253 Ferguson Rd., will close after 46 years in business. It will host a closure sale that'll run through February 1, from 3-8 pm. 

4. Richardson locals team up to open perfect authentic neighborhood bar. There's a new bar coming to Richardson that promises to bring some authentic neighborhood flair. Called Brizo, it's opening in The Shops at Promenade, that weird low-slung center at 300 Coit Rd., on the southernmost border of Richardson and Dallas.

5. Famed NY socialite and 'it girl' Cornelia Guest relocates to Dallas. One of New York's most famous high-society bon vivants has moved to Texas: Cornelia Guest, actress and animal advocate, has decamped from the Northeast and is now a resident of Dallas.

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