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Fixer Upper interview and more of this week’s most popular stories

Fixer Upper interview and more of this week’s most popular stories

Clint and Kelly Harp of Harp Design Co. in Waco
Carpenter Clint Harp and his wife Kelly have become Texas celebrities thanks to Fixer Upper Harp Design Co./Facebook
El Palote Panaderia tacos
Behold Dallas' best vegan tacos. Photo by Marc Lee
Real Housewives of Dallas
Real Housewives of Dallas gets a second season, but will all the cast members return? Photo by Hoyoung Lee
1639 Homewood Pl Dallas house for sale living room
This home at 1639 Homewood Pl., in Oak Cliff's Elmwood neighborhood, was listed for $250,000 and is currently under contract.  Photo courtesy of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate
Danielle Lehman, Stephen Marley
BubblyQ is one of the top YP charitable events in Dallas. Photo by Michael Bruno
Clint and Kelly Harp of Harp Design Co. in Waco
El Palote Panaderia tacos
Real Housewives of Dallas
1639 Homewood Pl Dallas house for sale living room
Danielle Lehman, Stephen Marley

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. Fixer Upper star wants to tell the story you don’t get on the HGTV show. In advance of his local appearance, we chatted with Waco carpenter Clint Harp about the wild ride he and his wife have been on — and the stuff you don’t see on TV. 

2. Real Housewives of Dallas gets another shot with second season. In what is surely exhilarating news for local reality TV fans, Real Housewives of Dallas is returning for a second season. A source involved with the production confirms that the show is definitely coming back, with some likely cast changes.

3. A Mexican bakery is turning out Dallas best vegan tacos The best new vegan food in Dallas is coming from a place you’d probably never expect: El Palote Panadería, a Mexican bakery in southeast Dallas.

4. The 7 fall events in every Dallas young professional’s social datebook. Not all Dallas young professionals spend their fall frolicking at tailgates and cheering on their college alma maters. Okay, maybe they do, but they also get gussied up to do a whole lot of good for the community.

5. Renovated homes like this one in hot Oak Cliff area don't last long. A professionally rehabbed cottage with magazine-worthy style, in an enviable location, with a price around $250,000 — no wonder it’s already under contract.