Top 4th of July fireworks light up week’s 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. The official list of the top July 4th events and fireworks in Dallas-Fort Worth. Due to COVID-19, most of the July 4th events have either completely canceled or canceled the parts where people would gather in one place. Fortunately for fireworks lovers, there are still a few more explosive shows from a safe distance. In the list you will find detailed information on the planned events of the individual events in this unusual year.

2. Get special July 4th take-away meals at these Fort Worth restaurants. Many restaurants in the Fort Worth area offer fun July 4th-themed menus for roadside pickup, perfect for socially distant picnics and small house gatherings with the family. Selected dishes offer classic dishes for the American Independence Day, from grill-ready burgers and smoked brisket to roasted chicken and mixed berry tarts.

3. Deep Worth spin-off from Deep Ellum Brewing Co. of Fort Worth closes the taps for good. A Texas craft beer brewer has closed its branch in Fort Worth: The Deep Ellum Funkytown Fermatorium, a brewery that opened a year ago, has closed. The owners, who also own Deep Ellum Brewing Co., said the shutdown was due in part to the coronavirus but also due to goofy alcohol laws in the state of Texas.

4. Fort Worth brings the anti-racism message to the streets with an inspiring new mural from downtown. Hundreds of Fort Worth residents came out to add their names to a downtown street scene that read “End Racism Now”. The mural, painted over the weekend of June 26-27, spans Main Street near the Convention Center. This is how the inspiring project came together.

5. How COVID-19 has impacted the Fort Worth real estate market. Fort Worth apartment rental prices seem largely unaffected by COVID-19 – at least so far, according to Abodo housing market. However, the Tarrant County home sales had a huge hit in May.

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