This Week's Hot Headlines
New 1883 spinoff filming in Fort Worth takes spotlight in this week's top stories
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1. Yellowstone's Taylor Sheridan rides back into Fort Worth to film new 1883 spinoff. Taylor Sheridan, creator of hit TV show Yellowstone and its prequel 1883, is coming back to Fort Worth this fall to film his newest spinoff, 1883: Bass Reeves.
2. One of Dallas-Fort Worth's last rock stations KEGL The Eagle flips to sports talk radio. In what is the worst-kept secret in the history of radio, longtime Dallas-Fort Worth rock radio station 97.1 "The Eagle" KEGL-FM has changed to a talk radio format, headed up by big radio name Mike Rhyner, effective October 3.
3. Charcuterie chain Graze Craze slices up first location for Fort Worth. One of the hottest dining trends in the past few years has been charcuterie boards, and now we have a takeout place with a charcuterie theme: Called Graze Craze, it's bringing a customizable grazing experience to Fort Worth's City View Plaza at 4750 Bryant Irvin Rd., where it opened on October 3.
4. Muse brings rock theatrics to Dickies Arena on 2023 North American tour. One of England’s most theatrical rock bands, Muse, is bringing the Will of the People Tour, with special guest Evanescence, to Fort Worth for a show that’s sure to melt faces and souls. The tour will stop at Dickies Arena on March 3, 2023.
5. Trendy pop-up igloo bubble bars return to Grapevine hotel for holiday. A somewhat new but already beloved holiday tradition has returned: Hotel Vin, the hotel in Historic Downtown Grapevine, has brought back its famous "Bubbles" — cozy igloos that serve as pop-up bars during the holiday season.