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. Lula B’s leaves Deep Ellum for even hipper Dallas neighborhood. The Deep Ellum branch of antique mall Lula B's is leaving Deep Ellum. After five years in its current spot on Main Street, the store is moving to a new space on Fort Worth Avenue at Hampton Road in Oak Cliff.
2. Blockbuster Jackson Pollock exhibit lures A-listers to Dallas Museum of Art. The Dallas Museum of Art ushered in the U.S. premiere of “Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots” with panache at an opening-night gala that included decor inspired by Pollock’s workspace and a first glimpse at many works that have not been viewed in more than 50 years.
3. Dallas revelers form epic Uptown block party on New Year’s Eve. With no Big D NYE happening this year, Dallas revelers may be struggling to find the best New Year's Eve parties in town. Luckily, a new social network app, Nawkr, is giving Dallasites a glimpse of the fun stuff happening all around them.
4. Favorite local flea market grows bigger and beyond Dallas. One of Dallas’ favorite shopping traditions has plenty of good cheer to spread this season. Flea Style — which we used to know and love as Dallas Flea — is taking up residence in Fair Park’s Automotive Building and expanding to Houston.
5. Dallas nabs tasty nod as one of America's top food cities for 2015. Dallas has landed on a tasty year-end list: Food guide Zagat has named Big D one of the top food cities of 2015. Dallas comes in at No. 9, with editor Steven Lindsey calling 2015 "a spectacular year for food enthusiasts in Big D."