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. Deep Ellum finally gets a neighborhood grocery store. Brandon Castillo, founder of Deep Ellum Outdoor Market, is opening Deep Ellum Postal & Grocer next week at 3100 Main St. The space was most recently a vintage shop with an old-school mailbox center. Castillo will continue to operate that, but he has expanded the space, with shelves and refrigerated cases holding basics and one-of-a-kind items.
2. Woman falls to her death at Six Flags Over Texas. Rosy Ayala-Goana, 52, died while riding the Texas Giant roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington on July 19. Witnesses reported watching a woman fall out of her seat as the roller coaster reached a peak. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
3. It's a girl for Dallas Maverick Dirk Nowitzki and wife Jessica Olsson. Never mind that other royal baby: Jessica Olsson, wife of Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki, gave birth to a baby girl on July 24. Fellow Mavericks player Jason Terry was the first to offer a congratulations via Twitter. "Congrats to @swish41 #bigpoppa," he tweeted.
4. Meso Maya owner steps in to save Snuffer's cheese fries. Mike Karns, owner of Meso Maya and El Fenix, is about to get an unlimited supply of cheese fries. His Firebird Restaurant Group has stepped in to aid the Snuffer's burger chain. Firebird purchased Snuffer's bank note and is the lender to the five Snuffer's that are in bankruptcy.
5. Where Tony Romo goes, do the Dallas Cowboys follow? Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and his wife, Candice, are building a new house in Glen Abbey, a gated community in Far North Dallas. The neighborhood sits smack in the middle of Keller Springs Road, Westgrove Drive, Dallas North Tollway and Preston Road. So it makes sense the Dallas Cowboys would draw a line north from Romo’s home to their new practice facility, right?