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First look at 1883 tops this week's 5 most popular Fort Worth stories

First look at 1883 tops this week's 5 most popular Fort Worth stories

Sam Elliott, 1883, Granbury
Actor Sam Elliott on the set of 1883 in Granbury.  Photo courtesy of Austin Miller Imagery
American flag Houston Museum of Natural Science's Memorial Day Two-Bell Ceremony & Half Mast Flag Ceremony
There are a slew of deals for current and former military members. Courtesy of Houston Museum of Natural Science
Dave's Hot Chicken
Behold, Dave's. Photo courtesy of Dave's
Sundance Square Christmas tree 2020
It'll look a lot like it did in 2020. Photo courtesy of Sundance Square
Texas A&M Fort Worth campus
Renderings of the new proposed Fort Worth campus.  Rendering courtesy of Texas A&M
Sam Elliott, 1883, Granbury
American flag Houston Museum of Natural Science's Memorial Day Two-Bell Ceremony & Half Mast Flag Ceremony
Dave's Hot Chicken
Sundance Square Christmas tree 2020
Texas A&M Fort Worth campus

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. Want a list of best things to do this weekend? Find that here.

1. Here's a first look at 1883, the Yellowstone prequel filmed in Fort Worth. A little more than a month before the Yellowstone prequel 1883 premieres on Paramount+, creators have dropped the first teaser trailer of the show filmed in and around Fort Worth recently — and it's both star-studded and action-packed. Here's a look.

2. 50 Veterans Day deals in Dallas-Fort Worth that honor military service members. As Veterans Day approached on Thursday, November 11, we unearthed some of the best deals around Dallas-Fort Worth to ease the strain on the bank accounts of all military veterans and current service members. Some continue through this week, month, or longer.

3. Fort Worth gets first taste of Nashville hot chicken chain from L.A. A Nashville hot chicken place from Los Angeles is making its move on Fort Worth: Called Dave's Hot Chicken, it's a fast-casual chain which opened its first restaurant in Tarrant County on November 11 at 4608 Bryant Irvin Rd. #430, in a former Schlotzsky's.

4. Sundance Square Christmas tree comes back for 2021, but Santa sits out another year. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas 2020 — one year later — in Fort Worth's Sundance Square. Although the world is clamoring to get back to normal, officials at the downtown Fort Worth entertainment district are building holiday plans around the fact that we're still in a pandemic. While the grand Christmas tree will go up in Sundance Square Plaza, St. Nick is skipping his visit from the North Pole for another year.

5. Texas A&M gives downtown Fort Worth a thumbs up for $250 million ‘Aggieland North’ campus. A Texas A&M University campus dubbed “Aggieland North” is in the works for downtown Fort Worth. The Texas A&M System Research and Innovation Center would be built alongside a new Education Alliance building that would host conferences and house professional, technical, and university courses offered by the Texas A&M School of Law, Tarleton State University, Texas A&M University, the Texas A&M Health Science Center, and other alliance members, officials announced November 10.