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UT gets dissed, venue shutters, and more hot Austin headlines

UT gets dissed, venue shutters, and more hot Austin headlines

Baker Mayfield horns down
OU's quarterback dissed UT during his Heisman speech. University of Oklahoma/Twitter
Inn at Wild Rose Hall
The Inn at Wild Rose Hall is closing its doors.  Inn at Wild Rose Hall/ Facebook
Fareground marketplace rendering
Fareground opens in January in downtown Austin. Photo courtesy of Michael Hsu Office of Architecture
Paramount Theatre_100 Years_Congress Avenue Now_Centennial Announcement_2015
Congress Avenue is declared one of the most expensive spots in the U.S. Photo by Nicole Raney
#getfried Fry Cafe French fry dish topping
French fries only at this new restaurant. Photo courtesy of #getfried
Baker Mayfield horns down
Inn at Wild Rose Hall
Fareground marketplace rendering
Paramount Theatre_100 Years_Congress Avenue Now_Centennial Announcement_2015
#getfried Fry Cafe French fry dish topping

Editor's note: We've spent a week chronicling bad behavior, first from the University of Oklahoma's quarterback and then from this guy. Read on for more of the week's hot headlines. 

1. Surprise shutter of Austin venue leaves local couples in wedding hell. This South Austin spot had to cancel the weddings of 17 couples when the land was sold.

2. OU's bad-boy quarterback uses Heisman win to disrespect University of Texas. If you can't say anything nice about anyone, don't say anything at all. Especially during your Heisman acceptance speech.

3. Austin's very first food hall reveals highly anticipated opening date. Fareground is marching into town in January.

4. This downtown Austin avenue is the 10th most expensive street in the U.S. When it comes to the country's most expensive real estate, there is Fifth Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue ...  and Congress Avenue? Yup. 

5. New restaurant in Central Austin will be french fries all the time. French fries forever at this new campus-area spot.