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Richest Fort Worth billionaires top this week's 5 most-read stories

Richest Fort Worth billionaires top this week's 5 most-read stories

Alice Walton
Alice Walton is still the richest woman in Texas. Getty Images
Olympics Gymnastics 2021 women
Four of the six will be competing in Fort Worth.  Getty Images
Look Cinemas
Take a Look at this theater, opening soon.  Photo by Brian Ullrich
Chopped vegetable salad
Fresh dishes from Flower Child, opening soon.  Courtesy of Flower Child
Marble Falls bluebonnet field, bluebonnets
The bluebonnets are blooming in Marble Falls.  Photo courtesy of Visit Marble Falls
Alice Walton
Olympics Gymnastics 2021 women
Look Cinemas
Chopped vegetable salad
Marble Falls bluebonnet field, bluebonnets

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1. 3 Fort Worth billionaires join Alice Walton on Forbes' 2022 list of the world's richest. In the battle of the world’s billionaires, newly minted Texan Elon Musk comes out on top for 2022, ahead of Fort Worth's Alice Walton. Three other Fort Worth billionaires are sitting pretty, too. This, according to Forbes magazine’s new ranking of the world’s richest people.

2. Suni Lee and 3 Olympic teammates head to Fort Worth for NCAA Gymnastics Championships. Olympic all-around champion Sunisa Lee and three of her silver-medalist teammates from last summer's Tokyo Games — Jordan Chiles, Jade Carey, and Grace McCallum — are coming to Fort Worth to compete in the NCAA Women’s National Collegiate Gymnastics Championship. The meet takes place April 14-16 at Dickies Arena.

3. Take a Look at this new luxury dine-in cinema opening in Arlington. A new dine-in luxury movie theater is about to unroll in Arlington: Look Dine-In Cinemas, the Dallas-based theater chain with in-theater dining, will open its 10th location, in Arlington, at 5727 West I-20 at Green Oak Boulevard.

4. New openings and spring menus freshen this Fort Worth restaurant news. This roundup of Fort Worth dining news has exciting openings on the way, new brunch offerings, generous new happy hours, new seasonal spring menus, and a special limited-edition sauce from a fast-food giant. Here's what's happening in Fort Worth restaurant news.

5. Best bluebonnet spots in Dallas-Fort Worth and around Texas in spring 2022. A lack of showers brings sluggish spring flowers. And due to drought conditions, our beloved Texas bluebonnets and other wildflowers have gotten a slow start in Dallas-Fort Worth and across much of Texas. But they're finally popping up all over. Here's where to see the best ones right now.