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 bride marries her Prince Charming in glamorous brunch wedding at The Joule. It was all eyes on Gina Ginsburg and Grant Farmer last spring, as the couple said I do under the watchful gaze of The Joule’s iconic 30-foot-tall “Eye” sculpture. The newlyweds met in 2015 through a mutual friend and wed on April 20, 2019, in an event that was nothing less than a modern Dallas fairy tale.
2. DFW billionaire retains crown as richest person in Texas for 2019, Forbes says. Walmart heiress Alice Walton of Fort Worth remains the richest person in Texas, according to the newly released Forbes 400 ranking. What’s really astounding, though, is that her estimated net worth skyrocketed by more than $6 billion in just one year.
3. Dallas gets first dedicated beignet shop with sweet new spot in Deep Ellum. A new bakery opening in Deep Ellum will bring a beloved NOLA treat to town. Called Le Bon Temps, it's a shop dedicated to three perfect things: beignets, coffee, and ice cream.
4. Revered restaurant in Oak Cliff calls it quits after 4 precious years. An Oak Cliff restaurant that became a neighborhood darling after only four years in business has closed. Jed's Grill, which opened in a small building at 1001 Jefferson Blvd. in 2015, closed on October 6.
5. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 8 best new restaurants for October. For the October edition of our monthly "Where to Eat" column, the theme is light, low-pressure, chill. With nearly all of these new restaurants, it's all about easy-come easy-go: places to grab a casual bite with good food and no drama. Here's where to eat in Dallas right now.