This week's hot headlines
Dallas Symphony debutantes bow into this week's 5 most popular stories
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1. Dallas Symphony debutantes put their best bow forward at 2023 Presentation Ball. Executing the most athletic feat ever attempted in a ginormous white ballgown, 26 debutantes took their "Texas Dip" into society at the 37th Annual Dallas Symphony Orchestra League Presentation Ball on February 11.
2. Dallas' iconic Blue Goose Cantina to close Greenville Avenue location. A Greenville Avenue institution is about to leave its revered address: Blue Goose Cantina, which has been plying margaritas and Tex-Mex at 2905 Greenville Ave. for nearly 40 years, will close on March 19.
3. Target to open 2 stores in Dallas including shopping center in Oak Cliff. To the delight of Oak Cliff residents, a Target store is coming to the neighborhood. The Minneapolis-based chain is opening a store at 655 W. Illinois Ave., in the beloved Wynnewood Village neighborhood shopping center at the northwest corner of Zang Boulevard.
4. New service at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport lets you board plane in luxury. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is adding a new facility that'll make the airport experience more luxurious. Called The Private Suite DFW, or PS DFW, it's a private terminal for everyday passengers taking commercial flights, that lets travelers avoid regular airport terminals.
5. 3 North Texas superstars receive state's highest honor for achievement in the arts. The stars at night are always bright in Texas, but they were particularly brilliant in Austin on February 22 as some of the state's biggest superstars gathered to receive the 2023 Texas Medal of Arts. Among them: Dallas-born actor Luke Wilson, Dallas fashion designer Lela Rose, and Weatherford's Taylor Sheridan, creator of TV's Yellowstone universe.