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Cocktail kits top off this week's 5 most popular stories in Fort Worth
Editor's note: A lot happened this week. The coronavirus pandemic has continued to dominate daily life in Fort Worth — and the headlines, too. Here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular stories.
1. Restaurant cocktail kits ease the booze blues in Fort Worth. Many local neighborhood restaurants (Tex-Mex ones, especially), are offering curbside kits for margaritas and other fun drinks. Here are some options that have have proven to be popular in all corners of the city.
2. Where to see bluebonnets and wildflowers in Dallas-Fort Worth while social distancing. A family drive out to a field or a bike ride down a country road might just be the only real way to view bluebonnets in the age of social distancing. Here are some places you'll find pretty patches and fields of wildflowers.
3. Texas hospital first in nation to deliver crucial new coronavirus treatment. A major Texas hospital is spearheading a crucial treatment in the ongoing battle against COVID-19. Houston Methodist is the first academic medical center in the nation to be approved by the FDA to transfuse donated plasma from a recovered COVID-19 patient into a critically ill patient.
4. Fort Worth museum picks 6 new artists to perk up billboards near downtown. The doors to the Modern may be locked to the public right now, but the Fort Worth museum is still bringing art into the community. A new season of the public program Modern Billings will feature the work of six artists on billboards in under-served communities on the outskirts of downtown.
5. DFW bakers are whipping up creative coronavirus-inspired treats. Taking a page out of Marie Antoinette's book, Dallas-Fort Worth bakers are helping residents deal with the toilet paper pandemic by turning it into cake.