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RadioShack reboot powers this week's 5 most popular Fort Worth stories

RadioShack reboot powers this week's 5 most popular Fort Worth stories

RadioShack Keller
The Shack is back. Photo courtesy of RadioShack
Heim Frozen Lemonade
Heim makes a vodka-spiked frozen lemonade that's nothing but happy. Photo courtesy of Heim
Kimbell Red Party
All the Fort Worth YPs come out for the Kimbell Art Museum's Red Party. Photo courtesy of Kimbell Art Museum
Sabai Sabai chicken
Lemongrass chicken thigh at Sabai Sabai. Photo courtesy of Sabai Sabai
People drinking in a bar
Bard in the bar Photo by Hero Images/Getty
RadioShack Keller
Heim Frozen Lemonade
Kimbell Red Party
Sabai Sabai chicken
People drinking in a bar

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. Fort Worth-based RadioShack powers back up with futuristic new store. Like a robotic phoenix rising from the ashes, RadioShack is back. The Fort Worth-based electronics store that was so popular in the ’70s and ’80s but faded in recent years has returned, opening a new store at 121 Rufe Snow Dr. in the Keller Town Center. 

2. Where to drink in Fort Worth right now: 5 hottest happy hours for August. Discounted drinks and eats rarely put folks in a bad mood. That’s why happy hour is a win-win for both bars and patrons. Here are five hot places, both tenured and new, to belly up for not only great specials but a great scene.

3. Top fall social events every arts-loving young professional in Fort Worth should attend. The future of Fort Worth arts is in good hands, if the energy surrounding young professional groups is any indication. This fall is full of events tailored to up-and-coming young arts patrons whose passions range from '80s movie soundtracks to contemporary art. Save the date for these essential arts-focused YP parties. 

4. New Asian restaurant in Grapevine hits trendiest Southeast cuisines. Grapevine lucks out with a cool new Asian restaurant that combines a variety of cuisines. Called Sabai Sabai Southeast Asian Kitchen, it's at 2350 Hall-Johnson Rd., where it opened in early August.

5. New Fort Worth theater co. has passion for tall drinks and taller tales. Raise a glass to the new kid in town: Taphouse Theatre is gearing up for its first production, a site-specific staging of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream that's set in a bar. Taphouse declares its mission to be "an immersive theatre company designed to empower local artists, promote local businesses, and build community through storytelling."