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Landlord dispute sends Wild About Harry's into this week's 5 top Dallas headlines

Landlord dispute sends Wild About Harry's into 5 top Dallas headlines

Wild About Harry's custard
Custard on the move. Photo courtesy of Wild About Harry's
Whistle Britches Chicken
This photo should give a clue as to who won top chef. Whistle Britches/Facebook
6941 Gaston Ave., R.L. Thornton home for sale, Dallas
The French-inspired estate, at 6941 Gaston Ave., was built by famed Texas oilman and builder Edwin Cox, Sr. Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller
Jenna Bush Hager, Park Cities Historical Preservation luncheon 2018
Jenna Bush Hager shares stories of her family and childhood.  Photo by Dana Driensky and Rob Wythe/Gittings
Reagan Corbett, Meredith Bayoud, Jordan Jones
Reagan Corbett, Meredith Bayoud, Jordan Jones Photo by WJNPHOTO
Wild About Harry's custard
Whistle Britches Chicken
6941 Gaston Ave., R.L. Thornton home for sale, Dallas
Jenna Bush Hager, Park Cities Historical Preservation luncheon 2018
Reagan Corbett, Meredith Bayoud, Jordan Jones

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. Landlord dispute sends Dallas' Wild About Harry's custard shop packing. In an Instagram post read across Dallas, Wild About Harry's — the quirky little shop on Dallas' Knox Street that's been serving frozen custard and hot dogs for 22 years — shared bad news on April 23: That they'd be shutting down the shop in May.

2. Dallas' best restaurant and top chef revealed at 2018 Tastemaker Awards. On April 19, the winners of the CultureMap Dallas Tastemaker Awards were revealed at a ceremony and tasting event at Sixty Five Hundred, emceed by award-winning television personality and Good Morning Texas co-host Jane McGarry. These are the 2018 winners.

3. Lakewood estate of mayor known as 'Mr. Dallas' hits market for $2.9 million. Chateau des Grotteaux — a Lakewood estate with a storied past, most notably the one-time residence of Dallas mayor R.L. Thornton — just hit the market for nearly $2.9 million.

4. Jenna Bush Hager shares playful and poignant family stories at Dallas luncheon. Ten days before Jenna Bush Hager fought through tears to read verses from Proverbs 31 at former first lady Barbara Bush's funeral in Houston, she came to Dallas to share stories of her family and childhood that were both serious and hilarious. The occasion was the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society's Distinguished Speaker Luncheon.

5. Art Ball 2018: The best-dressed ladies and gents show Dallas how it’s done. Fundraising in Dallas is serious business. So is fashion. And on the social circuit, the two go hand in hand, especially at events like Art Ball. At the Dallas Museum of Art’s signature gala, the attire may be black tie, but it is never boring.