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. Dallas home of golfer Lee Trevino is being razed and everything must go. After five years on and off the market, the Dallas home of professional golfer Lee Trevino was finally sold — but the new owners intend to raze it and start over. Meanwhile, there was a sale, and everything had to go.
2. New all-day restaurant answers downtown Dallas prayers for long hours. There's a restaurant now open in a redeveloped downtown Dallas high-rise that's giving downtown residents what they say they want: long hours. It's an American bistro called Sloane's Corner, and it's at 2001 Ross Ave., #125, inside the newly redeveloped Trammel Crow Center.
3. Bling master Sam Moon opens downtown hotel in Dallas Arts District. Sam Moon, best known for fabulously cheap bling, is opening a hotel in downtown Dallas. The company will open a JW Marriott hotel on the edge of the Arts District at 2000 Ross Ave.
4. North Texas stadium fumbles among worst football venues in college sports. University of North Texas football fans may filter into Apogee Stadium to root on the Mean Green, but they're probably not cheering for the stadium itself. Apogee Stadium fields a No. 31 ranking among the 40 worst stadiums in college football, according to a new list from personal finance website MoneyWise.
5. Asian fusion restaurant-bar opens on downtown Dallas' coolest rooftop. An Asian fusion restaurant has popped up in a unique downtown Dallas nook. Called Sky Blossom, it's a small rooftop bar and restaurant parked on top of the Mid-Elm Lofts building at 1514 Elm St., where it's serving lunch, dinner, and cocktails, with one-of-a-kind views.