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West 7th restaurant's closure tops this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

West 7th restaurant's closure tops week's hottest Fort Worth headlines

Terra Mediterranean Grill lamb chops
Shed a tear for Terra. Terra Mediterranean Grill/Facebook
Dickies Arena
Dickies Arena opens on Saturday, October 26. Photo courtesy of Dickies Arena
McLemore Wedding
The bride and groom, who both graduated from Texas Christian University, held their ceremony at the campus' Robert Carr Chapel.  Photo by Joy Neville
Beignets
Mmmm, beignets. Reddit
Emmitt Smith
Emmitt Smith posed for photos with patrons at Behind the Mask. Photo by Ashley Gongora
Terra Mediterranean Grill lamb chops
Dickies Arena
McLemore Wedding
Beignets
Emmitt Smith

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.One of the original restaurants on Fort Worth's Seventh Street closes. One of the original eateries on Crockett Row has closed: Terra Mediterranean at West 7th closed its doors on October 23, following their lunch buffet service. The restaurant had been there for nearly a decade.

2. These are the 11 best things to do in Fort Worth this weekend. Events around Fort Worth this weekend will cater to many different interests, as they usually do. There will be two unusual theater productions, a small-scale classical concert, a screening of an Oscar-worthy new film, the opening of fantastic new art exhibition, and much more.

3. Love-crossed Horned Frogs host glamorous fall wedding in the heart of Fort Worth. Courtney and Nick McLemore’s love story was years in the making. Though the couple graduated from Texas Christian University in 2010 and 2007, respectively, they didn’t begin dating until 2015. They returned to TCU to get married at Robert Carr Chapel on November 10, 2018.

4. Beignets and Saints march in at New Orleans market-eatery in Arlington. For a one-stop shop of all things New Orleans, look no further than Arlington's new Texas Orleans, subtitled "Cajun Kitchen and Market," where you can find crawfish and po'boys to go right next to theme shirts from the New Orleans Saints.

5. Emmitt Smith enthralls crowd at Fort Worth benefit that scores big for schoolkids. When a celebrity's name appears in the title of an event, expectations run high. Such was the case with Communities in Schools of Tarrant County, which boldly called its new benefit Behind the Mask Featuring Emmitt Smith. The night did not disappoint.