Fairytale castle for sale rules week’s 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines

Editor’s note: A lot has happened this week so here is your chance to be caught up with. Read on for the week’s most popular headlines.

1. Rule this fairytale castle south of Fort Worth for a princely $ 6.5 million. A five-story fairytale castle on Lake Whitney that might be easy to find in Disney World or along the Las Vegas Strip hit the market for $ 6.5 million. The 10 bedroom, 15 bathroom Parsons Castle – complete with a drawbridge and moat – is located in the town of Laguna Park on Lake Whitney, considered the Getaway Capital of Texas.

2. Top restaurants in Fort Worth for Easter brunch and celebrations in 2021. Last year, Easter was the first major public holiday to be hit hard by the pandemic. Dinner is back this year, but many restaurants have kept roadside pickups for family reunions. Here’s who’s serving in-house or take-out feasts for the Fort Worth Easter weekend.

3. Fort Worth gym fans have two chances to see Simone Biles at the Dickies Arena this year. World’s best gymnast Simone Biles will bring her dazzling balance beam exploits and death-defying fall to Fort Worth’s Dickies Arena not just once but twice in 2021 – and she could be the last chance local fans see her performance. Initially, she will compete in the US Gymnastics Championships 2021 from June 3 to 6. Then she returns on October 9th on a 35-city tour after the Olympics.

4. Fort Worth heiress Anne Marion’s $ 150 million artwork was auctioned. The late Fort Worth philanthropist Anne Windfohr Marion’s private art collection, valued at $ 150 million, will be auctioned through Sotheby’s next month. The treasure trove in “An American Visionary’s Collection” includes post-war American art and other works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Diebenkorn, Clyfford Still, Franz Kline and others.

5. New NOLA-inspired craft brewery with king cake beer for Fort Worth. After months of pandemic-related delays, Fort Worth’s newest craft brewery is up and running: Neutral Ground Brewing Company has officially opened its doors at 2929 Race St. in Fort Worth’s emerging River East District. It belongs to Stan Hudson and Sean Doublet, brewery partners who combine their Texas and Louisiana backgrounds for both the brewery and the beers.

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