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Anticipated Deep Ellum restaurant opening tops 5 most popular stories this week

Anticipated Deep Ellum restaurant opening tops 5 most popular stories

Filament
Matt McCallister's new restaurant Filament is opening on December 7. Photo courtesy of Filament
KidBiz at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
Holiday Pop-Up Shop is just as much for the little ones. Photo by Kristie Holt
Dallas High School
This week's city news roundup included the plans for Dallas High School. Merriman Assoc.
Hillary Barwick at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
Need reasons to come to Holiday Pop-Up Shop? We offer five very good ones. Photo by Kristie Holt
Hemlock and Heather Texas Reclaimed Wood at West Elm
West Elm's Local collection is spotlighting Texas artisans. Photo courtesy of West Elm
Filament
KidBiz at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
Dallas High School
Hillary Barwick at CultureMap Holiday Pop-up Shop 2014
Hemlock and Heather Texas Reclaimed Wood at West Elm

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. New Deep Ellum restaurant from chef Matt McCallister puts a pickle on it. After many months in the works, Matt McCallister's second restaurant, Filament, will open in Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood. The opening date is December 7.

2. Why Dallas moms want to take their kids to Holiday Pop-up Shop. The ultimate holiday shopping experience returns to Dallas on December 6, when we host our second annual Holiday Pop-up Shop. And because we know moms often bring the kids along wherever they go, we have ensured that this is a family-friendly event.

3. A peek at renovation plans for historic downtown Dallas building and more city news. Dallas City Hall was quiet during the holiday. But there was neighborhood news, high school news, and rain. Lots and lots of rain. 

4. 5 reasons every merry Dallasite needs to stop by Holiday Pop-up Shop. Dallasites will have the most fun ever shopping for gifts at Holiday Pop-up Shop. Here are five totally scientific reasons to prove it.

5. West Elm goes local with help from Dallas-based artisans. As part of its growing Local initiative, Brooklyn-based West Elm is stocking its shelves with crafted goods from Texas-based artists and makers.