This week's hot headlines
Surf-themed restaurant and bar makes waves in this week's 5 hottest Dallas headlines
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. Looking for the best things to do this weekend? Find that list here.
1. Restaurant-bar to bring big wave surfing to Dallas' landlocked Deep Ellum. Dallas has never been much of a surfing town, what with its lack of ocean or coast, but maybe that will change, thanks to a surf-themed concept coming to town. Called Goodsurf, it combines surfing with a restaurant, bar, and beer garden, and will open a location on the eastern edge of Deep Ellum at 317 S. 2nd Ave.
2. Dallas company named No. 1 employer in Texas for 2023 by Fortune magazine. Dallas-Fort Worth workers looking for their next employment opportunity might want to consider the long list of local companies that were just named the Best Workplaces in Texas for 2023 by Fortune and Great Place to Work. Dallas-based digital marketing agency PMG was named the No. 1 employer in Texas in the "small and medium" market.
3. Warm up to these 8 must-see art exhibitions in Dallas-Fort Worth for June. As the lazy days of summer approach, the frenetic pace of art festivals and exhibits quiets down a bit. But that doesn’t mean artists' voices are hushed; they’re coming through loud and clear. Art lovers ready to welcome (or seek respite from) the warmth of June should put these eight exhibits on their must-see list.
4. Elite Dallas enclave makes bank as 4th richest small town in U.S., report says. University Park packs some new prestige into its compact 3.73 square miles, ranking No. 4 on a new list of the wealthiest small towns in America. With a median income of $247,045, University Park ranked the richest small town in Texas and the fourth richest in the United States.
5. Texas' first beachfront Margaritaville Resort drifts onto South Padre Island. Dallas Parrotheads have a new coastal destination for frozen concoctions and cheeseburgers in paradise: Margaritaville has debuted its first-ever Texas beachfront resort on South Padre Island. Opened June 12, it's the second Margaritaville Resort in Texas.