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. Richardson rambler confirms adorable homes exist for under $200,000. Just off 75 and Belt Line Road in Richardson, there’s a quaint 1950s charmer of a home. Listed at $199,000 by Ebby Halliday’s The Selzer Group, 330 E. Tyler St. sits on a tree-lined cul de sac lot.
2. Affordable Oak Cliff cottage comes with access to parks and golf course. An affordable listing at 2329 Colorado Blvd. exemplifies the best of Stevens Park Village, the picturesque neighborhood in North Oak Cliff. It’s one of 176 houses built between 1939 and 1941.
3. 10 Dallas Restaurant of the Year nominees compete for culinary supremacy. In our final chapter of the 2015 Tastemaker Awards, we honored the nominees for Restaurant of the Year. These are the places that have stood out in the last year, with noteworthy food, service and atmosphere.
4. Dallas nearly tops list of America’s most sex-crazed cities. Dallasites have been recognized for one of their favorite pastimes, and it ain’t shopping: Men’s Health recently determined America’s most sex-happy cities, and Dallas ranks No. 2.
5. Trinity River flood forces changes to major Dallas festivals. The huge amount of water in the Trinity River following recent heavy rains has forced big changes to the annual Trinity River Wind Festival and the inaugural Dallas Music District Festival, both of which were to take place on the Trinity River Greenbelt near the Commerce Street Viaduct on Saturday, May 16.