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Closing time for popular pub leads this week's top Dallas stories

Closing time for popular pub leads this week's top Dallas stories

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Arlington is one pub less. Photo courtesy of Sherlock's
Real Housewives of Dallas Season 2 cast
That's a wrap on the second season of RHOD. Photo courtesy of Bravo Media
Whole Foods Market Park Lane in Dallas
The new price reductions include some Thanksgiving turkeys. Photo courtesy of Whole Foods
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It was the couple's vision to feel like they were dancing in a cloud. Photo by The Mamones
West End Marketplace
The old West End Marketplace gets a new lease on life. Photo courtesy of 42 Floors
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Real Housewives of Dallas Season 2 cast
Whole Foods Market Park Lane in Dallas
Derbigny, Toulson, wedding, Meyerson
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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. Sherlock's Baker St. Pub shutters location, leaving only one in DFW. The local pub scene is taking a loss, with a sudden closure of an institution in Arlington. The Sherlock's Baker St. Pub, located at Lincoln Square, closed abruptly on November 11.

2. The Real Housewives of Dallas ends with roses, thorns, and too many metaphors. We last saw LeeAnne Locken storming off set during Part 1 of The Real Housewives of Dallas Reunion, incensed by the revelation that Mark Deuber would be joining the girls to talk about the allegations LeeAnne made against him this season. It’s wild that a sartorially-inclined plastic surgeon can strike such fear into her brave, carnie heart.

3. Whole Foods slashing prices for Amazon Prime members right now. On the heels of its $13.7 billion acquisition by Amazon, Whole Foods Market is giving us a glimpse at the price breaks it will be extending to members of Amazon Prime.

4. Dallas couple dances on air at their dreamy downtown wedding. When Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans in 2005, it shattered Deryn Derbigny’s dreams. She moved to Dallas, and it wasn’t until months later that she could pick up the pieces and start anew. Years later, new dreams came true when she married Dr. Charles Toulson in a fairytale wedding at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.

5. Vintage building in Dallas' West End makes magnificent comeback. A century-old warehouse in downtown Dallas' West End has been remodeled into a creative workspace that still retains many of its original historical features. Called Factory Six03, it's opening in the iconic 114-year-old warehouse formerly known as the West End Marketplace, at 603 Munger St.