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Dallas helicopter invasion flies high among this week's 5 most popular stories

Dallas helicopter invasion flies high among this week's top stories

Helicopter
Downtown Dallas got an impromptu air show this past weekend. Photo courtesy of Frontiers of Flight Museum
Black ash ice cream
Black ash ice cream was popularized by Morgenstern’s in New York. Courtesy of Morgenstern's
Pierogis, Table at Flower Mound
Pierogis fit in with the global influences at new IdleRye. Photo by Kevin Marple
HG Sply Co. queso
Our Where to Eat theme for March is meatless. Photo courtesy of HG Sply Co.
East Hampton Sandwich Co. lobster roll
The Crescent in Uptown Dallas adds lobster rolls to its menu of dining options. East Hampton Sandwich Co./Facebook
Helicopter
Black ash ice cream
Pierogis, Table at Flower Mound
HG Sply Co. queso
East Hampton Sandwich Co. lobster roll

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. Helicopters will rain down on Dallas skyline with convention in town. Dallas was swarmed by approximately 60 helicopters when a helicopter convention swooped in on Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center the first week of March.

2. Richardson dessert shop takes doughnuts and ice cream to sweet new heights. The new Sweet Daze Dessert Bar shop will open in Richardson with a combination no sweets lover can resist: doughnuts and soft-serve ice cream. 

3. New Dallas global restaurant nabs Deep Ellum location with clubby past. A modern American restaurant with a globally influenced menu will open in Deep Ellum, in a space that has been home to many a bar over the years. 

4. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best restaurants to go meatless in March. Do people still give up things for Lent? Twitter's top 100 ideas of items to give up include Twitter, alcohol, chocolate, and meat. Obviously, life is not worth living without the first three — but meat's an easy one to skip. 

5. Uptown Dallas lobs classic lobster rolls at new sandwich restaurant. The makeover of The Crescent in Uptown Dallas continues with news of another new restaurant — a branch of East Hampton Sandwich Co., the Dallas sandwich chain from founder Hunter Pond— set to open in summer 2017.