Skip to main content

Southlake Style

In Print

Last Updated: Jan 17, 2013 02:24PM • Subscribe via RSSATOM

Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

True Performers - January 2013

Volunteer Laura Grosskopf is active in many community organizations including her children’s schools, the PTO Board at Rockenbaugh Elementary, White’s Chapel Children’s Council, and the GRACE organization.

Good Reads

After a slow summer of chasing low-level skips for her cousin Vinnie’s bail bonds agency, Stephanie Plum finally lands an assignment that could put her checkbook back in the black.

Inspiring Brilliance

After a decade of planning and years of construction, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science opened the doors of its 14-story striated exterior to the general public on December 1, 2012. Confetti guns, lively music, remarks by dignitaries, and even a “hip-hip-hooray” led by Ross Perot added to the festivities.

Zero to 60

The practicality of a sedan with the tailoring of a coupe, this is Audi’s latest trend-setter in style, design and performance- the Audi A7. Built upon the highly rated A6 sedan, Audi continues to deliver...

Be a Huckleberry

Does anyone even make New Year’s Resolutions anymore or am I the only one left on the planet who wants to start off with a declaration of what I’m going to accomplish for the year? After all, the definition of a resolution is...

A Parade of Achievements

This sounds familiar but never gets old – it was another outstanding year of Dragon sports success. Looking back at 2012, Dragon athletics continued to thrive under the moniker of “Protect The Tradition.”

The Power of Community

he New Year always brings the promise of new beginnings and New Year’s resolutions. We’ve all made the promise to drop a few pounds or to take up a new hobby, but I have a different resolution in mind...

2013 Brings New Beginnings

The arrival of 2013 brings with it a lot of excitement and hope for our Dragon family. Nearly all of the projects in the 2009 Bond Program are nearing completion and we’ve moved our administrative operations into the old...

More than Heartburn?

In 1977, as a young surgical resident, I was given an assignment to deliver a formal presentation to our entire faculty and all my fellow residents. My topic was cancer of the esophagus, which at that time was...

From Overloaded to Organized

School bus, school lunch, after school activities- meetings, bills, events and dare I say, “Date night,” we all tackle hundreds of daily activities from just as many roles from parent to employee and volunteer and friend. With so much to do...
DRAGON PRIDE Spring 2018