This Week's Hot Headlines
Chip and Joanna Gaines star in this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth 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.
1. Chip and Joanna Gaines reboot Fixer Upper and debut new show with Fort Worth star. Are y'all ready to see more Fixer Upper? Apparently Chip and Joanna Gaines were, too, as the HGTV home renovation show that made them stars is getting a new season on their forthcoming Magnolia Network. And along with the announcement of their show's reboot comes news of a new Magnolia Network show starring a Fort Worth entrepreneur.
2. Fort Worth's prettiest wine bar pours its final glass after 7 years. One of Fort Worth’s first boutique wine bars will not reopen once the COVID-19 shutdown ends. WineHaus, the cozy Park Place Avenue neighborhood retreat for small batch wines and several wines on tap, will close its doors for good at the end of the month, says owner Lindsey Kohn.
3. These are the 5 best things to do in Fort Worth this weekend. While the majority of events around Fort Worth have been postponed or canceled, there are a few that have popped up to offer the masses some entertainment while still adhering to the social distancing necessary during the coronavirus pandemic. Here are the best ways to spend your free time this weekend.
4. Dreamy new riverfront condos spring up in historic Hill Country town. Fort Worth fans of "floating the river" who've ever dreamed of owning a place on the Guadalupe are in luck. Construction is underway next to the Gruene Historic District in New Braunfels on a 15-unit luxury condo project — the city’s first waterfront condo development in more than 10 years.
5. 'World's best' peanut butter from New Zealand spreads to Fort Worth. A pitch that includes the phrase "world's best peanut butter" is a bold enough claim to merit a closer look. Fix & Fogg’s high-end peanut butters have been a hit in their native New Zealand and attracted a cult following on Amazon, where they've earned a solid 4-star rating despite their $13.99 per jar online price tag. They've finally made their way to Fort Worth.