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PROUD: MY FIGHT FOR AN UNLIKELY AMERICAN DREAM IBTIHAJ MUHHAMAD JULY 24 Her Plans Wouldn’t Be Foiled An Olympic medalist fencer and recently named one of TIME Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People,” Ibtihaj Muhammad shares her inspiring story of overcoming. As the first Muslim-American woman to compete at the Olympic level while wearing a hijab, the fencing star faced a tremendous amount of adversity. Muhammad shares her journey, from being raised in a working-class community in New Jersey with five siblings to qualifying for and medaling at the Olympic Games. Her inspiring journey from a young outsider to an Olympian is an incredible tale of hard work, determination and perseverance. If you need a book to inspire you this summer, make sure to lunge for this one.
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MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN IN THEATERS JULY 20 Like Mother Like Daughter Promising all of the musicality and thrilling dance numbers of “Mamma Mia!,” this sequel will delve further into the life of Donna Sheridan’s fascinating, if not scandalous, younger years. Her daughter, Sophie, has just found out that she is pregnant. Desperate to figure out how her mom went through pregnancy and child rearing alone, Sophie digs into the past. Full of flashbacks, this sequel takes viewers on a ride as they see Donna’s many romances firsthand. The movie trailers have left “Mamma Mia!” fans with a lot of questions, and if you’re one of them, be sure to head to theaters this month for some long-awaited answers!
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While the Huffmans work on three to five projects at a time, they put an emphasis on top-notch The college sweethearts met at Texas A&M and got construction and planning to ensure their families married after graduation. After living in Washington feel taken care of. It’s a large reason why their cliD.C., the two moved down to Southlake and started ents choose them for home renovations. a renovation company that would soon become a When the Huffmans are not working, they are household name in our town. spending time with their three children: Caroline Along with their partner, Rick Baker, the group (11), Andrew (9) and Anna (7). John also acts as tackles a wide range of projects – from home remodCity Council Place 5 and sits on several different els to décor updates. But they are known for some city committees, like the Southlake Parks Developpretty luxurious and transformative renovations that ment Corporation and Tax Increment Reinvestment make homes more than livable for their clients. Zone. Elizabeth homeschools their three children So when Southlake residents Keith and Gina Couland chairs two committees at ter wanted to add some square their local church. And both footage and customize their home are pillars of the community with more functional elements, by participating in things like they knew whom to call. this year’s Dine to Donate, The Coulters had gone to church The Coulters’ home checks off all but one which benefited GRACE. with Rick years before the project of last year’s trending interior projects took off, so they were attracted to ADDING ON working with a group that shared On demo day, the Black the same values and a sense of 2017’s Top 5 Interior Renovations Door Renovations team startintegrity as their family. And they ed out the project by leaning knew the Huffmans had the expeinto one of the latest renovarience that would help give them tion trends of the year: addthe most return on their investing onto the second floor by ment while also treating their livusing the space above the ing space with care. garage. In the Coulter’s case, The Huffmans sat down with their expansive six-car garage the family to get a feel for what was taken down to a five-car the Coulters’ dream home would and new framing was added look like. While John says clients’ on top of the previous attic ideas often need to be distilled space. The completed renovadown to a singular vision for the 2017 Remodeling Impact Report | nari.org tion added about 1,000 addicompleted project, the Coulters tional air-conditioned square already knew what they wanted feet to the property and created a little bit more their upgrades to include. room for the family to settle into. “Gina had a very good vision for what she wanted With this new space, Black Door Renovation taiaesthetically,” John says. lored the Coulter’s first floor to fit their lifestyle. After making their wish list and seeing where they They pushed out a wall 10 feet into where the could expand, the Huffmans and Coulters agreed they garage once stood and added an enlarged launwanted to build up and out, open things up, create a dry room and a new mudroom for their dogs. With good flow and incorporate natural light. So, they got an exterior exit to the backyard and a dog bath to work. installed right inside, their fostered Irish Setters “We also wanted to personalize the house a little, were given a place of their own where their owners by adding a dedicated space for the dog as well as a could rinse them off after running around outside. model railroad train room,” Gina says. “This adaption shows creative ways to add more Black Door Renovation brought in a draftsman to space without pouring foundation,” John says. “We create the plan, got the permits, settled on the details are marrying form and function.” and got the ball rolling so the materials would be orThey were also able to create a covered porch dered by demo day. and cedar pergola so their two high schoolers, Throughout the planning period, the Huffmans Caroline and Colin, and pets had a comfortable were able to bond with the family, ensuring they endspot to relax outside. ed up with their desired outcome for the renovation. After walking upstairs and looking at the once “We want people to view us as partners,” John says. “And, this family is just awesome.” cramped attic space, it’s clear the project gives
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the home more breathing room. The Huffmans raised the roof and reframed the space above the garage to add on a new bedroom, bathroom, living space and air-conditioned storage. So the four-bedroom home was converted to a five-bedroom, which adds serious value to the property when the family decides to sell. “In most of these big houses that are four to five bedrooms, you can run out of space quick,” John says. “Sometimes, they aren’t even built for every kid to have their own room.” But the multi-faceted project also brought in some updates that freshened up the look of the interior. Their kitchen previously seemed separated from their living and dining rooms, but by building out an open-floor concept, the Huffmans were able to create a better kitchen flow.
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IN THE ZONE Before starting any project, the Huffmans ensure that all of those meaningful changes comply with the client’s local Home Owners Association’s covenants or requirements for home addition projects. Some HOAs have their own architectural committees that must review and approve remodels before demo days can be scheduled. Renovators also must check in with the city’s Planning and Development Services Department to see what is the maximum building height and lot coverage along with other code requirements. Guidelines for residential additions and remodels can be found on the city’s website. “Each zoning district has specific building height, setback and lot coverage requirements which can be found in the City’s zoning ordinance,” Senior Director of Planning and Development Services Ken Baker says. “Individuals may contact the Planning and Development Services Department - Planning Division for assistance in determining the zoning of your property and building regulations.” But the city is happy to see people put in the time and resources to improve their homes because they want to stay in the town they have come to love. “Southlake is a great community to live, and people are staying in their homes longer and investing in their property,” Ken says. big island kitchen to retain convenience and functionality while allowing space for walkways. After pushing out the exterior wall in their living room and installing larger windows, the entire first floor felt bigger, brighter and airier. But not all walls can easily be taken down. During the project, the Huffmans discovered that same wall had a major support beam. So instead of spending more money on moving that, they created a stud wall where the previous wall stood to make the new, pushed-out wall an easier and more affordable project. “We are managing the client’s wishes with the practicality of the current structure,” John says. They also installed new flooring to make the entire space feel more cohesive and introduced muted colors that gave the home a more transitional feel. The Huffmans know that, most of the time, their clients are looking to add in something specific with their renovations. While adding square footage is often a great monetary investment, John says that most of their clients are looking to match their homes to their specific life experiences. “Usually the client’s goal is trying to achieve a meaningful change in the home to make it more viable for them,” John says. 24 • JUL 18
CREATING MEANINGFUL CHANGE The Coulters felt the same way. Gina wanted to remain in her home, so she gave it the updates it needed to freshen up the space. “We love our neighborhood and the lot. The remodel will give us the feel of being in a new house,” Gina says. After four months of preconstruction and six months of construction, the Coulters saw their ideas come to life. “This is a very personal, intimate thing – being in someone’s home,” John says. “It takes time, but our clients are looking for quality construction. And clients walk away with a space that they will use and that’s inviting to them.” Gina says that her family will enjoy the personalized area that speaks to what’s important to them – especially the expanded family room and dog room. And it was the Huffmans that really helped it all come together. While the Huffmans continue to make Southlake more beautiful – one project at a time – they also are making our community a better place to live with their efforts. And they prove you don’t have to look beyond your own backyard to find your dream home.
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SPARKS FLY AT THIS YEAR’S STARS & STRIPES The festive event was spread throughout several different areas – Frank Edgar Cornish, IV Park, McPherson Park and Rustin Pavilion – and included plenty of music, grub and family-friendly fun. Southlake Community Band, Songbird Jones and Downtown Fever provided live entertainment throughout the day. While locals jammed out to these acts, they were also able to experience the day’s candy art, balloon artists, strolling characters, and spring free trampoline bounces. However, the highlight of the night was the fireworks show that took over the sky.
MAYOR LAURA HILL ANNOUNCES NEW CISD SAFETY INITIATIVE Mayor Laura Hill announced in a YouTube video that the city will be investing more than $500,000 in the coming year to support the exploration and implementation of safety and security initiatives in CISD schools. In the video, Mayor Hill said that the city has invested more than $1 million a year since 2013 for it’s school Resource Officers program, which makes it possible to have one SRO assigned to every Carroll school who is “listening, talking and engaging with our children and with us.” Next steps include the formation of a school safety committee made of up city, state and local law enforcement officials as well as leaders from the City and Carroll ISD to provide the Southlake Police Department the tools needed to strengthen school safety.
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CARROLL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL HONORS ITS 2018-2019 GREEN JACKET STUDENTS Carroll Senior High School announced its 20182019 Green Jackets who will act as school representatives throughout the next academic year. Sixteen students, selected from a group of more than 200 eligible nominations, were awarded this honor based on teacher recommendations and an essay submission. They made their debut as ushers at this year’s CSHS graduation ceremony. Congratulations to Madeline Bryant, Cami Jo DiGiovanni, Abbey Flaherty, Jacqueline Hall, Audrey Kwentus, Charlotte Lanier, Sydney Nobles, Aubrey Parr, Jonathan Ciccone, Henry Gardner, Mitchell Gruenewald, Paul Keller, Brendan Noetzel, Nick Ryniak, Alexander Shockley and James Wade.
TWO SOUTHLAKE CARROLL ALUMNI BIKE FOR THE CAUSE Two Southlake Carroll alumni are making a difference in the fight against cancer by jumping on their bikes. Lizzey Hill and Grant McFarlin started their rote for this year’s Texas 4000, the longest annual charity bike ride in the world, on June 2. The route stretches for more than 4,000 miles – running from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska – and strives to bring University of Texas student leaders together to share hope, knowledge and charity to those touched by cancer. You can follow their race and send these awesome Dragons some encouragement through the Texas 4000 website.
CARROLL ISD NAMES TEACHERS OF THE YEAR AT END OF THE YEAR RECEPTION On May 23, Carroll ISD celebrated the year and honored their staff at their annual End of the Year Reception. Several employees were recognized for their service and commitment to their students – including the winners of the event’s newest honor: The Dragon Core Value Awards. Eric Guerrero, DMS, was honored for excellence; Barbara Cline, Special Programs, was honored for character and integrity; Christopher Patino, CHS, was honored for innovation; Traci Fair, RES, was honored for relationships; Lisa Walker, OUES, was honored for open and honest communication; and Kelli Walters, OUES, was honored for compassionate service. Tercel Herreman, Old Union Elementary, was named the Elementary District Teacher of the Year, and Alli Loftin, Carroll Senior High School, was named the Secondary District Teacher of the Year. Also, Mariana Aguilar, JES, received the Auxiliary Service Award; Kellie Roach, RES, and Jane Stenman, CMS, received the Paraprofessional Service Awards; Lori Allison, JES, and Kristen Nelson, WGES PTO, received the Distinguished Service Awards; and Jennifer Whitfill, WGES, received the Community Service Award.
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LOCAL MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS TEAM UP FOR SELF-DEFENSE CLASSES Southlake Parks and Recreation gave young women ages 14 and up, along with their mothers, the opportunity to pick up some safety skills in their self-defense classes this summer. Instructors taught their students about the importance of situational awareness as well as proven techniques from jiu jitsu. It was a great opportunity for local women to learn how to stay aware and defend themselves when they are faced with threatening situations. If you and your daughter want to learn how to defend yourselves, the last session’s classes will be held each Monday of August from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. You can sign up on The Marq’s website. SOUTHLAKE FIRE DEPARTMENT BRINGS THE HEAT TO KIDS SUMMER KICKOFFS A few local elementary students made a lavish entrance on the last few days of school by riding in on a Southlake fire truck. The firefighters picked up the participants. Whose parents won the department’s donated rides in PTO or nonprofit auctions. Loaded them into the fire truck, gave them a SFD T-shirt and drove them to school. After the firefighters turned on the lights and started bumping the sirens, the students’ classes met them outside to welcome them. Asher, Luke and Ellie Zawisky were escorted to Carroll Elementary on May 7; Hunter Burto and Carver Sinn were escorted to Old Union Elementary on May 11; James Heldoorn was escorted to Carroll Elementary on May 18; Vaughn Adams and Cameron Ebner were escorted to Rockenbaugh Elementary on May 21; Joe Close and Ashton Schroeder were escorted to Walnut Grove Elementary on May 24; Tyler and Brady Burtnett were escorted to Walnut Grove Elementary on May 29; and Aaron and Sofia Greenberg were escorted to Southlake Montessori on May 30. Older kids, like Scarlett Kuhn and Sammy Petkus, were picked up from school – Eubanks Intermediate – in an engine and were treated to lunch at the station with a few of our city’s finest. PROPER PUPS POSE FOR PAWS FOR A CAUSE HarborChase hosted Paws for a Cause, a special dog show and fundraiser, on June 14 to benefit The Humane Society. Locals brought out their pups to strut their stuff with other area pets and give back to animals in need. All the dogs were able to enjoy “pet puptinis” while their owners were provided with some delicious snacks. And all attendees were entered into a drawing for a special dog gift basket full of goodies. RILEY DODGE HOSTS FIRST SUMMER FOOTBALL CAMPS New head football coach Riley Dodge hosted his first round of football camps this summer for aspiring Dragons. Students in first to sixth grade came out for a three-day camp from June 5 to 7, and seventh through ninth graders will get their chance to learn from the local legend from July 16 to 18. All participants will walk away with a bit more knowledge about the game and a camp T-shirt to remember their time playing in Dragon Stadium.
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CARROLL DRAGONS WIN 6A UIL STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP The Carroll Dragons definitely protected the tradition by walking away from Round Rock as 6A State champions. They took on San Antonio’s Reagan High School Rattlesnakes at the Dell Diamond on June 9 and left with the title after a 7-2 victory. This marks the third baseball state title for the Dragons, and the first since the 2002 season.
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DANCE WITH ME HOSTS COMMUNITY SEMINAR WITH VAL CHMERKOVSKIY Hot off his recent tour featuring his brother and sister-in-law, Val Chmerkovskiy stopped by the Southlake location of Dance With Me in Southlake Town Square on June 6 to host a group class for those interested in learning more about ballroom dance. The “Dancing With The Stars” vet led the sold-out class through a dance routine featuring a combination of jive moves. And it got people of all ages and skill sets on their feet. The studio will continue to host different group classes and social parties throughout the summer – making it a great night out for those wanting to stay inside during these hotter months.
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BIG BEAT DALLAS ABRUPTLY CLOSES ITS DOORS After two months of business, Big Beat Dallas announced it was closing its doors on its last day of business. The mixed-use complex included five restaurants and bars – Bar Manzanilla, Highway 61 South, Texas Jam House and Marketplace, Martini Ranch and Texas C-Bar – as well as seven live music stages, which set it up to be an emerging entertainment hub for Las Colinas locals. While Big Beat suddenly announced its closure on Facebook – in a post that has since been taken down, Toyota Music Factory says its customers should rest assured that the space will continue to thrive. There are still 20 other restaurants that will remain open adjacent to Toyota Music Factory. And two new restaurants will soon join the restaurant scene: Kitchen 101 and Violet Room.
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BIG BRANDS MOVE INTO SOUTHLAKE TOWN SQUARE Southlake Town Square continues to be a hub of restaurants, retail and luxury amenities for our town. And that’s not changing any time soon. Big names are making their way to Southlake. J. McLaughlin, the men’s and women’s clothing boutique, opened its doors in the square at the end of May. Hopdoddy Burger Bar started serving up stacked burgers in its new Southlake location last month. Scout & Molly’s, the women’s clothier, is set to open later this summer. And Peloton, the in-home fitness and technology company, will open its first Tarrant County location in Southlake Town Square before the end of the year. BARNES AND NOBLE ENCOURAGES KIDS THROUGH SOUTHLAKE READING CLUB Barnes and Noble is inspiring kids to pick up new books while school is out with their Summer Reading Club. They are challenging kids to read eight books this summer and record them in their summer reading journal. After writing which was their favorite book and why, they can bring their completed journal to the Southlake Barnes & Noble store before September 3 and pick out one of the books listed on the back of the journal. It’s a great way to get your kids excited about reading and for them to feel proud of the work they are doing on the summer break.
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Welcome to our third annual Top Docs list, a celebration of 99 of the area’s finest physicians. To create our 2018 Top Docs list, we asked local physicians to nominate their peers who exemplified excellence in their respective specialties. We collected and vetted hundreds of nominations of licensed physicians practicing in and around Southlake. View profiles of some of the region’s best practitioners as well as the complete list of our 99 Top Docs for 2018 in the pages ahead.
“The physician’s highest calling, his only calling, is to make sick people healthy—to heal, as it is termed.” —Samuel Hahnemann
ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY
Rene Leon, MD 900 E. Southlake Blvd. Ste. 300 Southlake Traac.org | 817.421.0770
Neeraj Badhey, MD 1924 Forest Ridge Dr., Bedford Texashealth.org | 817.545.4550
Ali Shakouri, MD 900 E. Southlake Blvd. Ste. 300 Southlake Traac.org | 817.421.0770
Kevin Theleman, MD 2020 W. Highway 114, Ste. 200 Grapevine Thecardiovascularconsultants.com 817.912.8400
COLON & RECTAL SURGERY
Kathleen Bajaj, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com
Clifton Cox, MD 300 S. Nolen Dr., Ste 100 Southlake Copecenter.com | 817.410.7777
Kate Beck, MD 2100 Lakeside Blvd., Ste. 250 Richardson Valiantanesthesia.com 972.422.8223 Brad Davis, MD 2100 Lakeside Blvd., Ste. 250 Richardson Valiantanesthesia.com 972.422.8223 Matt Hayes, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com Shailesh Mori, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com Ethan Nguyen, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com Bradley Oetman, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com
DERMATOLOGY Angela Bowers, MD 431 E. State Hwy., Ste. 300 Southlake Southlakedermatology.com 817.251.6500 Fred Ghali, MD 1325 West Northwest Hwy. Grapevine Pediatricderm.com | 817.421.3376 Sara Greer, MD 1200 N. Carroll Ave., Southlake SaraGreerMD.com R Todd Plott, MD 12469 Timberland Blvd., Ste. 501 Ft. Worth Epiphanydermatology.com 817.431.6555
Maulik Parikh, MD 5605 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving
Arthur Benzick, MD 925 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Southlakefamilymedicine.com 817.912.8800
Randy Robbins, MD 2100 Lakeside Blvd., Ste. 250 Richardson Valiantanesthesia.com 972.422.8223
Smita Rumalla, MD 925 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Southlakefamilymedicine.com 817.912.8800
Alan Romero, MD 1600 Hospital Pkwy., Bedford Usap.com
BARIATRIC SURGERY Sina Matin, MD 1056 Texas Trail, Grapevine Surgicalgroupnt.com | 817.251.0070
Jody Houston, MD 505 South Nolen Dr., Southlake tddctx.com | 817.424.1525 David Levitan, MD 505 South Nolen Dr., Southlake tddctx.com | 817.424.1525
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2018 TOP DOCS Jay Yepuri, MD 1600 Central Dr., Bedford Dfwgidoctor.com | 817.267.8470
Mary Brian, MD 1631 Lancaster Drive, Ste. 150, Grapevine Texasoncology.com
Scott Hrnack, MD 815 Ira E. Woods Avenue, Ste. 100 Grapevine Tiosorthosports.com | 817.421.0505
Robert Pollard, MD 2050 Hall Johnson Rd., Ste. 200 Grapevine Surgassociates.com | 817.267.2678
Heidi Jordan, MD 1631 Lancaster Drive, Ste. 150, Grapevine Texasoncology.com
Kevin James, MD 2813 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Asodocs.com | 817.310.8783
Mai Sharaf, MD 9509 N. Beach St., Ste. 102 Fort Worth Continuumtx.com | 817.617.8650
NEURORADIOLOGY Mark Girson, MD 2001 North MacArthur Blvd., Irving Irvingradiology.com | 972.579.7575 Richard Suhler, MD 2001 North MacArthur Blvd., Irving Irvingradiology.com
OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY Gilda Cipriano, MD 1615 Hospital Parkway, Ste 100, Bedford Mcnt.com | 817.554.0830 Stephen Farmer, MD 3001 Airport Freeway, Ste. A, Bedford Doctorfarmer.com | 817.571.6863 Julia Flowers, MD 1600 West College Street, Ste. 540 Grapevine Obgynofntx.com | 817.481.5863 Manisha Parikh, MD 1615 Hospital Parkway, Ste. 100 Bedford Mcnt.com | 817.554.0830
Robert Bayless, MD 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake| Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Michael Briseno, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Kerry Donegan, MD 2535 Ira E Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Todd Drury, MD 2425 Hwy. 121, Bedford Txortho.net | 817.540.4477 Aaron Eubanks, MD 2813 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Asodocs.com | 817.310.8783 Kristen Fleager, MD 2535 Ira E Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Mark Greenberg, MD 910 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 155 Southlake Allstarortho.com | 817.421.5000 Michael Hahn, MD 910 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 155 Southlake Allstarortho.com | 817.421.5000
Kristen Vallery, MD 1615 Hospital Parkway, Ste. 100, Bedford Mcnt.com | 817.554.0830
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Amir Khan, MD 815 Ira E. Woods Avenue, Ste. 100 Grapevine Tiosorthosports.com | 817.421.0505 Zubin Khubchandani, MD 815 Ira E. Woods Avenue, Ste. 100 Grapevine Tiosorthosports.com | 817.421.0505 Byung Lee, MD 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Raul Llanos, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 John Milani, MD 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Jeffrey Moffett, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Ryan Mulligan, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Michael Nguyen, MD 2425 Hwy. 121, Bedford Txortho.net | 817.540.4477 Yong Pak, MD 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Pat Peters, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Ted Peters, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 SOUTHLAKESTYLE MAGAZINE
2018 TOP DOCS Christine Quatro, MD 501 W. Harwood Rd., Hurst Varsityorthopedics.com | 817.268.2758 Steven Sanders, MD 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Bantoo Sehgal, MD Southlake TheSportsSurgeon.com | 214.631.9881 Eric Stehly, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Brian Straus, MD 910 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste 155 Southlake Allstarortho.com | 817.421.5000 O. David Taunton, MD 2425 Hwy. 121, Bedford Txortho.net | 817.540.4477 Stephen Troum, MD 2425 Hwy. 121, Bedford Txortho.net | 817.540.4477 Bing Tsay, MD 910 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 155 Southlake Allstarortho.com | 817.421.5000 Scott Wenger, MD 815 Ira E. Woods Avenue, Ste. 100 Grapevine Tiosorthosports.com | 817.421.0505 Nathan Williams, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121
OTOLARYNGOLOGY Michael Bryan, MD 660 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Southlakeent.com | 817.416.9731 Amy Mettman, MD 660 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100 Southlake Southlakeent.com | 817.416.9731 Timothy Ragsdale, MD 1615 Hospital Parkway, Ste. 210, Bedford Texasent.net | 817.835.9379 SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
Monty Trimble, MD 361 W. Southlake Blvd., Southlake Southlakesinusandsnoringcenter.com 817.601.7887
PAIN MANAGEMENT Rodolfo “Rudy” Herrera, MD 651 South Main, Ste. 105, Keller Mytexaspain.com | 817.741.0800 Christopher Tucker, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.com | 817.481.2121 Faisel Zaman, MD 2535 Ira E. Woods Ave., Grapevine Ntxortho.Com | 817.481.2121
PEDIATRIC ENT Paul Bauer, MD 3061 W. Southlake Blvd. Ste. 120 Southlake Entforchildren.net | 817.337.3339
Jordan Rihani, MD 521 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 175, Southlake Facialplasticsurgeryinstitute.com 817.529.3232 Vishnu Rumalla, MD 521 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 175 Southlake Tarrantplasticsurgery.com | 817.741.6801
PODIATRY Marc Delara, DPM 401 Westpark Way, Euless Footteamtexas.com | 817.283.5151 Alan Garrett, DPM 800 5th Ave., Ste. 400, Ft. Worth Texashealth.org Ronica Holcombe, DPM 1145 Kinwest Parkway, Ste. 100, Irving Ntfoot.com | 214.574.9255
PEDIATRICS David Brown, MD 2805 Grapevine Mills Circ., Ste 120 Grapevine | 817.310.0810 Kathryn Mandal, MD 9509 N. Beach St., Ste 102, Fort Worth Continuumtx.com | 817.617.8600 Trung Tran, MD 7200 North State Hwy. 161, Ste 100 Irving | Cpa-Nt.com | 972.331.7200
PLASTIC SURGERY Yadro Ducic, MD 75 Main Street, Ste. 150, Colleyville Drducic.com | 817.503.2442 Jonathan Heistein, MD 521 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 175 Southlake Drheistein.com | 817.820.0000 Mark Mason, MD 900 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste 100 Southlake Southlakeplasticsurgery.com 817.442.8900 Sacha Obaid, MD 415 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste 202, Southlake Northtexasplasticsurgery.com 877.594.6233
Adriana Karpati, DPM 2421 Ira E. Woods Ave., Ste. 100 Grapevine Faant.com | 817.416.6155 Travis Motley, DPM 800 5th Ave., Ste. 400, Ft. Worth Texashealth.org Jaytinder Sandhu, DPM 245 W. State Hwy 114, Southlake Precisionorthosports.com 972.438.4636 Paul Steinke, DPM 2421 Ira E. Woods Ave., Ste. 100 Grapevine Faant.com | 817.416.6155 Nathan Stickney, DPM 2421 Ira E. Woods Ave., Ste 100 Grapevine Faant.com | 817.416.6155 Sara Suttle, DPM 2425 Hwy. 121, Bedford Txortho.net | 817.540.4477 Jeffrey Taylor, DPM 1545 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 160 Southlake Footteamtexas.com | 817.283.5151 JUL 18 • 49
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DOCS Michael L. Nguyen, MD HOW DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PROFESSION? I played high-level sports here in North Texas and eventually needed orthopedic surgeries because of injuries I sustained. I felt a large debt of gratitude toward the doctors who put me back together, so I thought it would be rewarding to be able to do the same to others. DOES YOUR PRACTICE GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY? Our practice gives team coverage to five local high schools and, during football season, we provide a free Friday night clinic to athletes from any area school. Personally, I am an instructor for the Arthroscopy Association of North America, where I help teach surgeons from around the world techniques to help their patients back home.
Howard W. Harris, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? It is an honor to be recognized by my peers as one of the top orthopedic surgeons in North Texas. I strive daily to provide excellent care, and it is very rewarding to have that effort acknowledged by my fellow physicians. WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT WORKING WITH PATIENTS? I particularly enjoy working with my shoulder patients, because shoulder injuries are present from youth athletics to the elderly, from laborers to executives, and they all have different expectations. I enjoy customizing the treatment to meet the individual patient’s needs.
O. David Taunton Jr., MD WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? My passion is to help people improve their quality of life. My particular subspecialty, hip and knee replacement, has taken a lot of hard work, but it is all worth it when patients say, “Thank you for giving me my life back.” WHAT IS THE BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE YOU’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN? My father is a physician, and his advice when I started my profession was to do quality work. In addition to quality care, he advised me to not lose sight that patients are human beings and each should be given the respect and compassion they deserve.
Texas Orthopedic Specialists, PLLC 2425 Highway 121, Bedford 10932 N. Riverside Dr., Suite 108, Fort Worth 817.540.4477 | TXOrtho.net SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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DOCS Stephen Troum, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? I am humbled to have been recognized as a Top Doc by my peers. I have the utmost respect for my colleagues and am proud to be a part of this vibrant medical community. WHAT IS THE BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE YOU HAVE RECEIVED? The best professional advice I received was to focus on all of the information to make the best decisions for patients, and deliver that care with compassion and understanding.
Sara E. Suttle, DPM Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALTY? Working as a surgical technician, I got a birds-eye view of many surgical specialties. I chose foot and ankle surgery early on and have never looked back! I love what I do and am one of those people that can say I love going to work every day. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. I use the latest in orthobiologic advancements, including stem cell and platelet rich plasma treatments. I also provide my patients with the latest technology in Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy for chronic tendon/fascia conditions.
Todd Drury, MD WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PARTICULAR SPECIALTY? I chose hand and wrist surgery because I love the complexity of how the hand interacts with our environment, and the precise nature of the surgeries required to address dysfunctions and injuries of the upper extremity. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? I simply enjoy the privilege of caring for people. I started my healthcare journey as a physical therapist after attending therapy sessions with my grandfather, and ultimately became an orthopedic hand surgeon. I realized early on that I enjoyed the special human interactions that occur between a patient and a caregiver.
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DOCS Nathan Stickney, DPM WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? I am most passionate in helping my patients improve and returning them to their daily activities. I take great responsibility in upholding the trust my patients have in me. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALTY? Growing up, I was involved in several sports. When I chose a specialty, I wanted to make sure I could work with patients involved in sports and help them return to their optimal performance.
Adriana Karpati, DPM WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALTY? My family history of “bad feet” made podiatry a frontrunner! The knowledge that this profession allows the time to be a surgeon, as well as a hands-on mom to my three now teenage children, made podiatry my top choice. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. The advancements in ultrasound technology have most complimented my practice, as soft tissue structures cannot be seen on X-Ray. This diagnostic and visual tool provides prompt and targeted treatment.
Paul Steinke, DPM WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? Simply said, I am passionate about patient education. My mentors taught me over a decade ago that the best surgeons not only have skill in the operating room but also a bedside manner that focuses on actively listening to the patient and, most importantly, educating them on their condition, treatment plan and prognosis. WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT WORKING WITH PATIENTS? Returning my patients to the activities they love but lost due to injury is the most rewarding part of my practice. The runner who returns to training for a marathon or the student athlete who returns to the field gives me the greatest joy.
Foot and Ankle Associates of North Texas 2421 Ira E Woods Ave., Grapevine 817.416.6155 | Faant.com SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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DOCS Brad Davis, MD WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? Ever since I was young, I wanted to be a physician. Practicing medicine allows us to impact people’s lives on a daily basis, and I feel very fortunate to be a part of that. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PARTICULAR SPECIALTY? The operating room is a great environment to work in and presents new challenges every day. Anesthesiology has both clinical and procedural aspects to it, and I was drawn to that. The opportunity to put a patient at ease prior to their surgery and getting them safely through their procedure is something that is very rewarding.
Kathryn Beck, MD WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR SPECIALTY? Anesthesia provides a unique opportunity to significantly impact another person’s life at a very brief but critical time. I especially enjoy the procedural aspect of the specialty and the operating room environment. WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT WORKING WITH PATIENTS? I enjoy coming along a patient’s side during what can be a very stressful time and providing reassurance and compassion. Our interaction is typically very brief but important and very rewarding.
Randy Robbins, MD TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR PRACTICE. Valiant Anesthesia is comprised of 15 board-certified anesthesiologists. We strive to provide a patientcentered anesthetic experience and are honored to have several of our providers chosen as Top Docs. It is truly humbling to know patients and the surgeons we provide coverage for recognize the effort we put in on a daily basis. Anesthesia is a challenging market in this area and patients often don’t realize they have a choice in their anesthetic provider. We want patients to know they have a choice, and in turn, we hope they choose Valiant.
Valiant Anesthesia Associates, PLLC 2100 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 250, Richardson 972.422.8223 | ValiantAnesthesia.com SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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DOCS Mark S. Greenberg, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? There are so many outstanding physicians in this area, and to be recognized in this way by local physicians means quite a lot. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? My passion in medicine has always been the care of the athlete. I had the great opportunity to train with one of the pre-eminent sports medicine doctors in the world, Dr. James Andrews. Being able to bring that training and knowledge back to Southlake to treat elite athletes and weekend warriors is tremendously fulfilling.
Kevin M. Honig, MD TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. Over the last few years, I have been performing robotic-assisted partial knee replacements. This cutting-edge technology allows for finer precision during surgery and improved position of the knee replacement components. WHAT IS THE BEST PROFESSIONAL ADVICE YOU’VE EVER RECEIVED? “Treat each patient as you would want a family member to be cared for.” It is my responsibility to take time to listen to my patients, understand what they are dealing with, and provide them with a treatment plan and level of care that I would want for my own family.
Bing S. Tsay, MD WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? Making sure that my patients feel completely comfortable with their care and understand that we are a partnership. IN WHAT WAYS DO YOU AND YOUR PRACTICE GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY? Personally, I’m involved with Southlake Athletics and Cheer as a donor and volunteer, Carroll Medical Academy as an internship mentor and donor, and National Charity League as a donor. As a practice, in the past year, All-Star Orthopedics has provided support to Carroll Medical Academy, National Charity League of Southlake, Kiwanis, Carroll Athletics and the Carroll Culinary Celebration among others.
All-Star Orthopaedics 910 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 155 817.421.5000 | AllStarOrtho.com SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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Michael K. Hahn, MD WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PARTICULAR SPECIALTY? We use our hands to interact with the world. It is rewarding to help people return to their lives after injury, and to continue their activities despite degenerative and diseaserelated problems. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. The emphasis on treatment today is to allow a faster but still safe return to full activities. Over-treatment can be just as harmful as under-treatment.
ARE THERE ANY DESIGNATIONS YOU WOULD LIKE PEOPLE TO KNOW ABOUT? I am proud to be a member of the American Society of Surgery of the Hand. North Texas is lucky to have a number of Hand Society members with the special training and expertise necessary to provide top-notch hand care. HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? There are so many outstanding doctors in North Texas. I feel honored to be recognized.
All-Star Orthopaedics 910 E. Southlake Boulevard, Suite 155 817.421.5000 | AllStarOrtho.com
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DOCS Brian Straus, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? It is an honor. When another physician refers a patient to a surgeon, this shows great trust. I do not take that responsibility lightly. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? My mother was a nurse and a single mom. I became enamored with healthcare as I heard her stories about caring for patients. I was always impressed that she was able to provide such care for her family at home as well as in the hospital. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PARTICULAR SPECIALTY? I chose Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle surgery because of the diversity. I treat a wide spectrum of patients, from the very young to the elderly. In addition, I am able to perform a wide array of procedures from small, minimally invasive procedures to large reconstructions. This keeps it interesting! WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT WORKING WITH PATIENTS? Often after treating a patient, they will refer their friends or family. It’s a privilege to get to know everyone and I cannot help feeling honored by the confidence this demonstrates.
“I love getting to know my patients and their families.” SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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Sina Matin, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? It is an honor and privilege. The fact that my own peers nominated me is very humbling. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? I like being around people and would like to make a difference in their lives. I am passionate about the art of surgery, the centuries of history behind it and the immediate impact it has on people lives. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER: We recently started offering the Obalon Balloon system in our office. It’s a nonsurgical weight loss option that offers dramatic results. DESCRIBE YOUR SURGICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING. I received my medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and then completed a surgical residency and research fellowship at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. I also attended the Baylor College of Medicine Advanced Laparoscopic Fellowship in Houston. I’m also a Fellow of both the American College of Surgeons and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeons.
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DOCS Angela Bowers, MD WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? I worked as a nurse in dermatology during summer breaks in college. This experience was invaluable and started my lifelong career. I had an open mind in medical school and tried all the various specialties but kept coming back to dermatology, my passion. WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT WORKING WITH PATIENTS? I truly love hearing about patients’ lives with all the hills and valleys that occur. I learn so much from my patients, which has shaped me over my 20-year career. The moments I am allowed to share in a patient’s joy or grief have been life altering. WHAT NEW PROCEDURES OR TECHNOLOGIES ARE YOU MOST PROUD TO OFFER? I enjoy doing procedures and consider filler injections to be an art form. I also repair torn earlobes and perform noninvasive skin tightening of the neck with ThermiTight. IF YOU COULD HAVE ANY OTHER PROFESSION, WHAT WOULD IT BE? I would teach middle school science classes and help coach girls’ volleyball or basketball. I enjoy mentoring kids to help them find their passion.
“I am honored and thankful that my fellow colleagues trust me to help their patients and families.” SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
Southlake Dermatology 431 E. State Hwy 114, Suite 300, Southlake 817.251.6500 | SouthlakeDermatology.com
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DOCS Jordan Rihani, MD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? We have a collection of some of the finest medical professionals in the country here in North Texas, so it is definitely a great feeling. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION? I am passionate about cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face, which led to starting a center focused on improvement in facial apperance. As a Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, I perform both surgical and non-surgical procedures including face and neck lift, rhinoplasty, eyelid lifts, injectable fillers, Botox and laser resurfacing. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. Our newest minimally invasive technologies include Inmode Facetite for neck and lower face tightening as well as Galderma’s newest injectable filler line for natural results. DOES YOUR PRACTICE GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY? Over the last year, I have been happy to donate time and money to Southlake’s Oktoberfest, Southlake’s Women’s Empowered Luncheon, Texas Health Southlake’s Peers for Pink, Cattle Barron’s Ball, the East Lake Pet Orphanage and more. We love this community and are happy to be active contributors to it.
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Sara Greer, MD, FAAD HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE RECOGNIZED BY YOUR NORTH TEXAS PEERS AS A TOP DOC? As physicians, we all want to serve and help. Being recognized by your colleagues for excellence in your field is very humbling and inspiring. I am honored to know that my peers trust me with caring for their patients. WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? I love skin. It is the largest organ in our body, and it is so complex and fun to treat. Making it healthy, making it youthful, making it something each patient feels happy and confident about when they look in the mirror each morning is truly rewarding. I discovered my passion while working at a veteran’s hospital in Houston. That is where I had my first exposure to dermatology.
IF YOU COULD HAVE ANY OTHER PROFESSION, WHAT WOULD IT BE? I have a second one: mom. I’m pretty happy with that one also. Taking care of a two-year-old can be a little hectic, but my boy keeps me grounded. The things toddlers say have more wisdom than we think!
Greer Dermatology 1200 N. Carroll Ave., Southlake SaraGreerMD.com
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DOCS Bantoo Sehgal, MD WHAT IS YOUR HEALTHCARE PASSION AND HOW DID YOU COME TO REALIZE IT? I was in and out of the hospital as a child, and I was in awe at the amount of care and compassion given to me by my health care team. I knew then I wanted to be part of improving people’s lives. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE YOUR PARTICULAR SPECIALTY? I see medicine, particularly orthopedics, as one of the few professions that allows patients to regain their quality of life. I chose my sub-specialty in sports medicine because it allows me to integrate my love for technology and use it to perform cutting-edge minimally invasive procedures. TELL US ABOUT THE LATEST PROCEDURES OR NEW TECHNOLOGIES YOU ARE MOST PROUD TO OFFER. I am fortunate to have had some great hip mentors who have given me the training to perform Anterior Hip Replacements. Seeing the success of this surgery first hand has made me a true believer in the procedure. Patients are extremely happy with not only the immediate pain relief but also that they can return to their activities within weeks of surgery.
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Summit Orthopedics of Texas Southlake, TX 214.631.9881 | TheSportsSurgeon.com
MORE TOP DOCS Than Any Other Practice in the Region!
At North Texas Orthopedics & Spine Center, our doctors and staff take great pride in the care we provide our patients each and every day. We are humbled and honored to have received the recognition of “2018 Top Docs” by Southlake Style magazine for every one of our doctors. We will continue our efforts to remain the most preferred orthopedic practice in the region by offering high-quality, compassionate care. Pat A. Peters, M.D. Kerry M. Donegan, M.D. Ted T. Peters, M.D.
Jeffrey D. Moffett, M.D. Eric M. Stehly, M.D. Nathan E. Williams, II, M.D.
Kristen E. Fleager, M.D. Ryan P. Mulligan, M.D. Michael R. Briseño, M.D.
Christopher J. Tucker, D.O. Raul M. Llanos, D.O. Faisel M. Zaman, M.D.
To schedule an appointment with one of our orthopedic doctors, please call (817) 481-2121. Grapevine Office
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The doctors and staff at Precision Orthopedics make a difference in the lives of their patients by offering personalized care that seeks to treat each patient as an individual. As orthopedic specialists they have the opportunity to impact the quality of life of their patients, helping them to return to an active, productive, and satisfying life. Conservative, compassionate care with the latest, least-invasive treatment possible is always their goal. They’ve had the honor of treating generations of Irving residents and now have expanded their practice to Southlake.
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GALAXY CANDLE JARS We know what you’re thinking: “Mason jars are so 2015.” Well, yes, but have you seen them turned into what appears to be the universe in an average kitchen container? Grab a few mason jars that are laying around from the last rustic wedding you attended (we know you have them), and get your kids crafting! This one is fun for all ages. WHAT YOU WILL NEED 8oz quilted crystal mason jar Decoupage glue Gel food coloring Assorted glitter Stirring sticks Disposable plastic cup Battery-operated tea lights An adult NSTRUCTIONS: 1. Mix two tablespoons of decoup-
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coupage mixture. Evenly distribute the have to be perfect, but make sure you cover the entire inside of the jar. 3. Cross two stirring sticks over a plastic cup. Balance the jar upside down over the sticks to let the excess decoupage drip out. Let it sit for about five minutes. 4. Bake the jar right-side-up for 15 to 20 minutes at 170 degrees until the decoupage is transparent. The glass will be very hot. Make sure to let it cool before removing it from the oven. 5. Now the fun part: add a batteryoperated tea light for a galactic glow.
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1. Arrange the broken crayons into the mold. Try to fill each nook. Mixing colors is totally acceptable, if not encouraged. 2. Place the mold on a plate. 3. Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Note: some blogs will tell you to microwave the molds. We tried it and highly advise against it. 4. Bake the mold for 10 to 13 minutes or until crayons are fully melted 5. Let it cool fully before popping out fun new crayon shapes!
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“Built on stilts and in the shape of an inverted gold bar, we wanted the exterior to attract attention,” Chef Bruno Davaillon says. “The name Bullion references gold, as in ‘gold bullion,’ hence the main decorative theme of the restaurant.” Once guests make their way into the structure and ascend the glass staircase, they will see that mid-century feeling carries throughout the restaurant – thanks to the space’s contemporary design, modernist furniture and original artwork. After taking in the aesthetic, guests should feel inclined to mosey on over to the lavish bar for a drink. Their libations include craft cocktails that help set the mood for the rest of the evening – like the Modern American Martini, made with Hayman’s Old Tom Gin, Carpano Biacno and Regans’ Orange Bitters #6, or the Champs Élysées, made with Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac, green Chartreuse, lemon and Angostura.
After finding a seat at one of their contemporary tables and opening up the dinner menu, guests will see a plethora of choices of both traditional and contemporary French favorites. While other French restaurants lean into the flash that comes with the region’s lavish dishes, Davaillon’s dishes are instilled with a more approachable take on the culture’s cuisine. “I’m trying to remove the pretentiousness that people expect from a French restaurant,” Davaillon says. “Our dishes are more causal and ingredientfocused than traditional French cuisine.” A clear example of that is the L’oeuf Pouché, made with a poached egg, morel mushroom and asparagus. The French favorite takes on a few tweaks throughout the year depending on what is at its peak freshness. “The locally sourced mushrooms in this dish rotate seasonally and are a great example of the highquality ingredients that we use,” Davaillon says. One glance at the featured entrees proves Bullion’s kitchen utilizes classic French techniques to create dynamic dishes. Chef Davaillon uses a tamis – a traditional tool not often found in modern kitchens – to create the Quenelle Lyonnaise Sauce Américaine. While it might not be the fastest process, it produces light and airy baked fish dumplings, served in a lobster sauce, which are a new delight with every bite. If your mouth is watering at the idea of this dish, be sure to come out during the week because it’s only available on Mondays. Before heading back to Southlake, treat yourself to one of their lavish desserts. Whether you think every French meal must include a soufflé or are looking for a bit of flare with your food, their sweeter menu is sure to put a smile on your face. Their Spiced Chocolate Soufflé, served with pistachio ice cream, is a picture-perfect treat. And the Baked Alaska, served with jocande, vanilla parfait and mandarin, gives patrons a show. The meringue, which is flamed tableside, comes out with a perfect peak and acts as the true pinnacle of an excellent dining experience. Try out the glistening brasserie to enjoy an extravagant night out on the town. Its elevated, yet welcoming environment is perfect for celebrating a special occasion or exploring a new take on the culture’s most prominent dishes.
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Burger fans rejoice: Hopdoddy Burger Bar has moved into town. Their new Southlake Town Square location is set to quickly become the new go-to for a fun summertime meal out. The Austin-based burger chain made a name for itself in its hometown for its stacked burgers and delicious fries. And because people just couldn’t get enough, they started opening up restaurants across the country. After settling into a few Dallas and Fort Worth locations, Hopdoddy opened the doors to their Southlake location last month and are ready to serve up quality bites – all of which are made in-house. “From butchering and grinding our meats daily to baking small batches of fresh buns in-house, we do everything from scratch,” Hopdoddy brand manager Erin Fohn says. “We cook all our burgers to order.” And their burgers mean business. Their substantial patties are cooked on a flat top to make sure all those juices stay intact. “We like our patties on the thicker side,” Fohn says. No matter which one you order, it’s sure to come stacked with fresh toppings that enhance the protein’s natural flavors – like their Primetime Burger, served with American grass-fed Kobe beef, brie, arugula, caramelized onions, truffle aioli, tomatoes and Hopdoddy steak sauce, or their Ahi Tuna, made with sushi-grade tuna steak that’s topped with sunflower sprouts, nori chips, teriyaki, honey wasabi, mayonnaise, pickled ginger, lettuce, tomato, lettuce and onion. To give back while dining out, try the Goodnight Burger, served with Tillamook Cheddar, caramelized onions, fresh jalapenos, lettuce, tomato, caffeinated BBQ sauce and their signature Sassy Sauce. For each burger sold, Hopdoddy donates $1 to a local nonprofit organization. While their creative burgers are the main attraction, their sides are just as enticing. Their Hot Honey and Sage Fries, sweet potato fries tossed in sweet-spicy honey and fried sage and rosemary, are perfect for those looking for a bit of heat while their Kennebec Fries put an elevated spin on a burger joint staple. And with a multitude of craft beers, margaritas, cocktails and loaded shakes, there are plenty of options to wash it all down with. So bring the whole family out to enjoy a quick but delicious meal together. “We want people to come to Hopdoddy for a good time and great burgers, plain and simple,” Fohn says.
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ometimes, a change for the better needs an influential nudge. When it comes to the Carroll Senior High School Interfaith Baccalaureate put together by the school’s Parent Teacher Organization, Dr. Nuha Said was that initial thrust. After attending the event when her son was a senior and the year after when her nephew graduated, she knows that the event’s current state is something Southlake should be proud of. But it took time to get to there. And who better to explain that progress than the woman herself. She shares her story with us. A priest, a rabbi and an imam walk into a Texas church… it’s not the beginning of a joke, but rather the beginning of Carroll Senior High School’s Interfaith Baccalaureate service. In Southlake, a town known for a tradition of excellence, change happens slowly. The baccalaureate proved no exception. In 2016, my son was graduating from CSHS. I learned of the Interfaith Baccalaureate when the embossed invitation arrived in the mail. Hosted by the PTO and held at White’s Chapel Methodist Church, the interfaith service was meant to honor the graduates and their families. I asked the PTO which faith groups would be represented. They told me Catholic, Methodist and Jewish clergy would be speaking. While my Muslim family was welcome to attend, no Islamic clerics had been invited. My request that an imam be included was met with resistance and even vows of negative press. Eventually, an invitation was extended to the imam. It was the first time Muslims, Jews and Christians were represented together at this interfaith event. Muslim graduates were present despite the initial uncertainty of our inclusion. The advice from the clerics was genuine and strikingly similar despite the different religious traditions.
AN INCLUSIVE TRANSFORMATION A year later, it was my nephew’s turn to graduate from the school. The imam had been invited back. The rabbi, imam, deacon and pastor spoke on tolerance, kindness, giving, happiness and joy. Eleven students offered faith statements reflecting the diversity of Southlake. Jewish, Muslim, Nondenominational Christian, Latterday Saint, Baptist, Catholic, Methodist, Presbyterian, Hindu and Baha’i voices were all heard. SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
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They were a diverse group of students: different religions, races and ethnicities. In the small world of high school, they came from polar opposites – choir kids, football players, introverts and big personalities. But the seniors who participated in the 2017 service knew why it was important. Maddy Heymann, a 2017 graduate, was eager to speak up and represent her Jewish faith. “People forget that Southlake is not a monolith,” Heymann says. “My religion teaches me that we are part of one human race. It taught me love.” While Saeed Semrin, who also graduated in 2017, was more cautious in speaking about Islam. “I’ve known people here my entire life. They know that I believe in God. Being Muslim is part of who I am; it’s the moral compass I follow – same God. Same rules for right and wrong as everybody else,” Semrin explains. “I decided to talk to make sure the people I don’t know personally understand that. So many people think they know what Muslims believe without actually ever speaking to a Muslim.” For the first time, students of non-Abrahamic faiths were also given the opportunity to speak to their peers about their religion. Neaka Khalilian was able to speak about the importance of her Baha’i faith. “I’m pretty sure most people had never heard of Baha’is before,” Khalilian says. “I wanted them to be aware that spirituality and connection to God is forever.” And quiet and reserved 2017 graduate Vasumati Polavarapu was able to represent Hinduism. “People don’t understand Hinduism. But I was happy to share a forum with all these other classmates,” Polavarapu says. “I felt it got people really talking about other faiths.” Even the choice of music was deliberate. Graduates from the 2017 class, Sarah Johnson, Billy Wade and Jocelyn Ward, mentioned the hymn “My Kindness Shall Not Depart From Thee” was a favorite in their LDS Church. They had been touched that Presbyterian and Methodist graduates would sing it alongside them. And Wade hoped future services would showcase even more diversity. “I would love to hear other groups perform their songs of worship,” Wade says. “It would be amazing to hear Hindu or Islamic chants.” Tre Sledge and Laurentius McGill were two members of a trio that performed “10,000 Reasons” at the 2017 service. Both were members of the football team, devout Christians and, as people of color in a predominately white school, felt it was important to be a part of a event focusing on inclusivity. 90 • JUL 18
“I’m always surprised at how open people are about being close-minded,” Sledge says. “Praising God, in all our different ways together, was important for our class to see.” Jazmine Hooper rounded out the trio. As the third member of the singing group that year, she stood out from the other two because of her methods of personal expression including tie-dyed hair, multiple tattoos and piercings. But she wanted to show with her participation that her appearance did not have anything to do with her faith. “I wanted to perform to remind some of the adults that God loves us all,” Hooper says. “His love is not contingent on my hair, makeup or how I dress.” Rabbi Cytron-Walker, who had been a pillar of the service for years, left the 2017 Interfaith Baccalaureate impressed. His advice in the planning stages had been to make sure that at the end of every prayer, everyone could say “Amen” without reservation. “I had no idea what the hymns were, but they were pretty,” Cytron-Walker says. “This year was beautiful. This year was a revolution!”
A TRADITION EVOLVES CSHS PTO organizers Tobin Osterberg and Jill Cantrell were responsible for the truly inclusive 2017 service. They had taken their mandate for change seriously when the PTO decided the service needed to include more faiths. They were undeterred by critics who felt the presence of both an imam and a rabbi was sufficient. They spent hours talking to people of all different faiths and faith leaders in the community. They realized despite Southlake being predominantly Christian, a service that truly honored the graduates needed to have representation of all the faiths included in the class. They felt the best way to do that was to allow the students to represent themselves. One of the program additions was a candle lighting ceremony. It acts as the the highlight of the service with students representing different faiths standing in a semi-circle, each holding a candle. Once the central candle was lit, the flame was passed to each neighboring student. The image of different faiths sharing the same light was profound. It was a visual confirmation that we shine brighter together than alone. After the service, Imam AbdelRahman Murphy reflected on the positive feedback he received. “To hear firsthand and deeply humanize people of different beliefs and backgrounds is a powerful experience,” Murphy says. “People actively mentioned that they were devoted to their particular faith, but found positivity in my message. That is what this is all about, SOUTHLAKESTYLE.COM
seeing how we can benefit one another while appreciating our differences.” Cantrell was gratified by how touched people were. “We received not one single negative comment – quiet the opposite – even from people who doubted the most. [CISD Superintendent] Dr. Faltys’ words to us immediately following the service were, ‘I think we have just started a new tradition.’”
CONTINUING A LEGACY The 2018 Baccalaureate continued this new tradition. Rabbi Cytron-Walker, Imam Abdel Rahman Murphy, Father Jason Wooley and Dr. Todd Renner spoke on the common theme of living a life that matters. They gave homilies on leading a life built on character and love with common values present in all the represented faiths. The event included the same lighting ceremony and the student faith statements. Travis Almand, a recent graduate, represented his Methodist faith and knew the distinctive value of the inclusive service. “With the many blessings we are given in Southlake, and the positive time of graduation, it is extremely important for our school and community to unite through out faiths.” Southlake prides itself on traditions of academic, athletic and artistic excellence. We should be equally proud of the lessons we impart on kindness, tolerance, inclusivity and respect. The evolution of the Interfaith Baccalaureate showcases the diversity and beauty of the beliefs in our town. A priest, a rabbi and an imam walked into a Texas church to deliver messages for graduating high school seniors. And we all came out with a deeper understanding of each other and the common values we share. That is a tradition we should cherish and continue to build on.
Nuha Said, MD is a faculty associate at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Southlake resident, wife and mother. Her son graduated from Carroll Senior High School in 2016 and is now a rising junior at the University of Colorado Boulder. She also has two nephews in the area, one who graduated CSHS in 2017 and one who is currently a junior.
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ourth of July has come and gone, but it is never too late to celebrate. This summer, take a deep dive into United States history by visiting cities and sites that still emanate days past. Naturally, Washington D.C. is probably one the first places that comes to mind. However, we decided to give you a mixture of places that serve to rehash a plethora of different eras. Plus, you can trick your kids into getting some summertime education. Fun learning experiences are truly the way to go when school is out!
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Charleston The beauty of Charleston, South Carolina, is that you get a sampling of multiple different eras in U.S. history. Most notably, the Civil War had a large impact on the city. Sites such as Fort Sumter are evidence of that. In fact, the first shots of the war were fired there on April 12, 1861. The fort is open for tours and incredibly affordable, with adult passes priced at $3 and children admitted for free. Get a glimpse of life before the war by checking out Magnolia Plantation. It boasts one of the nation’s largest collections of azaleas and camellias, making it a beautiful stop for botanists and history buffs alike. Much like New Orleans, Charleston is home to a French Quarter. In it, The Dock Street
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Fort McGilvray We’re taking you way off the beaten path for this one. Unsurprisingly, most people forget that Alaska had a part in World War II. However, control of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands during the war was crucial to transportation in the Pacific Ocean. The Japanese army knew this and occupied two of the islands in June of 1942. There are plenty of historical sites along the island chain, but it takes some substantial effort (read: ferries and float planes). If you’re already in Anchorage, we have a more attainable WWII site to visit. One town away, in Seward, Alaska, lies the trailhead to Caines Head Coastal Trail, which leads to abandoned U.S. military Fort McGilvray. The fort is perched 650 feet above Resurrection Bay. When we said more attainable, that still didn’t mean easy. This trial will require you to keep good track of the tides, as a significant stretch will be completely underwater for most of the day. It’s a tight window, but it’s worth it. Once you make it to the bunkers, you’re free to walk in, on and through them. Nothing is roped off, and you are free to have a hands-on history lesson. It’s a 14-mile hike one way, so it may not be the best for young children. Alaska.org/detail/caines-head-trail
Philadelphia This one shouldn’t surprise anyone. Philadelphia is steeped in history from our nation’s founding days. While the Liberty Bell is still there – spoiler alert, it’s cracked – we had some other stops in mind. Perhaps the most popular historical attraction in Philadelphia is definitely worth elbowing your way through a crowd for. Independence Hall, completed in 1753, is where Declaration of Independence was signed and the U.S. Constitution was debated and adopted. It’s like seeing “Hamilton” without paying the Broadway prices. Speaking of “Hamilton,” are you ready to wave Betsy Ross’ flag higher? Go visit her home and see where the magic was stitched together. The tour is interactive and perfect for kiddos. Reserve an afternoon to immerse yourself in the African American History Museum. Founded in 1976, the museum is the first museum funded and built by a municipality to help preserve, interpret and exhibit the heritage of African Americans. It features a rotating schedule of exhibitions, so check the schedule before your trip. Tickets are $14 for adults and $10 for children, making it an affordable, educational day trip whenever you’re in Philly. VisitPhilly.com
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Led by a roster of 20 seniors looking to avenge last season’s state semi-final round loss, this year’s squad rallied around head coach Larry Vucan and the motto “unfinished business.” Behind the pitching of 6A State MVP Kyle Warden, Nicco Cole and Adam Stephenson, the Dragons gave up just three runs in both the semifinal and final games combined. With a 35-6 record, including an undefeated postseason run, the Dragons defeated San Antonio Reagan 7-2 to finish as the 2018 6A Baseball State Champions!
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n a hot July afternoon, it’s easy to feel like you’re melting. To cool off, many locals head over to the Southlake Steel City Pops. Founder Jim Watkins may have set up shop in his hometown of Alabama, but he has plenty of Texas ties. So, we spent five minutes learning more about the family man behind the pops. WHILE ON VACATION … with my family in Nashville in the spring of 2002, we stumbled across a unique shop called Las Paletas. It was a simple store selling unique sweets called Mexican paletas – more commonly known as pops. BUT THEY WERE SO MUCH MORE … than just pops. These delicious paletas were gourmet, brightly colored, all natural and healthy too – simply unlike anything we’d ever had. When we tasted these amazing pops, we decided everyone needed to know about this. FAST FORWARD … nine years. As I was turning 40, I found myself unhappy in my career and wanting to fulfill a lifelong dream of owning a restaurant. So, I quit my job and began learning all I could about restaurant ownership from some amazing friends. MY MOM AND I … developed all the initial recipes and that was a real treasured time for me since she had taught me how to cook. IT TRULY HAS BEEN A FAMILY BUSINESS … from the start. My mom helped with the recipes, my dad gave lots of business advice, my wife and four sons have all worked very hard to build shops, make pops, vend events, etc. We have all been very actively involved in our business. I REALLY JUST … wanted to open a small shop in Homewood, Alabama, and share great food with folks. I didn’t set out to build Steel City Pops into a multi-store idea. So, it started simply for me to make great food, offer great service and manage my business as well. WE ONLY USE … natural ingredients in all of our pops. The difference in this is found in the flavor. Our commitment to this and making our pops in small batches ensures high quality and great flavor. STEEL CITY POPS’ … name comes from a nickname for Birmingham (our home city). In the early 1900s, Birmingham and Pittsburgh were the two largest producers of steel in America, so that is where our name originated.
AFTER OUR FIRST SHOP … had been open about two months, I realized we were going to have the opportunity to grow it into something larger than we had originally envisioned. So, we began looking for the best spot for store number two. We found that spot after a few months of looking and opened our second store in Birmingham about 11 months after we started our business. I THINK OUR ORIGINAL GOALS WERE … making great food, offering great service (which is about having awesome employees) and also creating nice environments for people to gather. MY WIFE WAS BORN AND RAISED IN EULESS … and I went to Baylor, so we have lots of family and friends in the area. While it may seem to others to be a long way from Alabama, it is home to us, and we are very connected to the DFW area. AS FAR AS SOUTHLAKE … it is our sixth location we opened in the DFW area. We had been looking here for two years, and we felt like our current location is the best one we could’ve found. We love the ease of getting into and out of the center, and the patio area is awesome! WE FEEL LIKE THEY ARE … a great time treat. Our menu changes with the seasons, so if you haven’t tried Steel City Pops in the fall or at Christmas time, you should! They are some of my favorite flavors we serve. But summertime is the perfect time to have our pops. It is such a refreshing treat for those hot Texas summer days. LOCAL PEACHES AND MELONS … are our big highlights of the summer menu. Our pops of the month feature in July is Peach Cobbler A La Mode: Peach Cream Pop, dipped in white chocolate and dredged in graham cracker crumbs. WE HOPE OUR STORES … are fun places to gather. We have designed each one to be a place where you can come with family/friends and relax.
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Sam is Too Good at Concerts! See the Multi-Award Winning Singer Sam Smith Perform Live in Dallas
or rainy days, breakups and times when you just wish someone understood you, Sam Smith is there. The Grammy and Academy Award winner is known for his melancholy pop/R&B tunes, with striking lyrics that touch your soul — in a good way. This British singer/songwriter is stopping by American Airlines Center this month to perform his emotional-yet-catchy songs from his newest album, “The Thrill of it All.” Although screaming fans are to be expected (the accent mixed with his rugged looks plus a sensitive side equals a recipe for fan-girling), the concert will also be a stunning experience filled with music that’s real, touching and incredibly heartwarming. While Smith has always been interested in music, the London-native didn’t cross over to American stardom until he appeared on Disclosure’s “Latch.” From there, his first single, “Lay Me Down,” as well as “Stay With Me” and “I’m Not the Only One” from his 2014 debut album
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A Haunting Love Story See the Intriguing Musical Sequel to ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ This Month
he Phantom is back — bringing drama, obsession, romance, music and, of course, the white mask with him! Grammy and Tony Award winner Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies” is coming to Music Hall at Fair Park this month, telling the fast-paced “Phantom of the Opera” sequel set 10 years after The Phantom disappeared from the Paris Opera House. As a refresher for those who haven’t heard the story in a while, “The Phantom of the Opera” is about a deformed man who lives in the sewers underneath the Paris Opera House, who tutors and falls in love with chorus singer Christine and terrorizes and kills other members of the opera house. Based on a French novel by Gaston Leroux, “The Phantom of the Opera” became one of the most successful musicals of all time, has been seen by more than 130 million people, and has won more than 50 international awards including the Tony Award for Best Musical. If you can’t get enough of this dark love story, then you will love Webber’s sequel, “Love Never Dies,” which is already gaining critical acclaim internationally. Follow along as The Phantom lures his musical protégée and love, Christine, along with her husband, Raoul, and son, Gustave, to the magical New York, where The Phantom now lives among the carnival rides and sideshows on Coney Island. Although Christine is married and one of the finest sopranos in the world, she still isn’t living her happily ever after as she is in a poor, unhappy marriage with drinker and gambler Raoul. So, the family travels to America so Christine can perform at a New York opera house — and The Phantom can try to win back the love of the only woman who ever showed him compassion. Since it’s 2010 premiere, “Love Never Dies” has been adapted in theatres around the world and is now captivating audiences in the U.S. for the first time. Get your tickets now for this romantic ride of obsession, romance and fantastic music.
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JULY 6-8 ADDISON IMPROV | As far as stand-up comedy is concerned, Jay Mohr believes in three things: not using notes, not having two shows exactly the same and never picking on the audience. The comedian, famous for his stint on “Saturday Night Live,” starring across Tom Cruise in “Jerry Maguire” and hosting the nationally syndicated radio show “Jay Mohr Sports,” has a long career of being the funny guy — and no intention of slowing down. He has guest-starred in more than 50 different television dramas and comedy series episodes, written two bestselling books, interviewed many celebrities on his weekly podcast “Mohr Stories” and so much more. Now you can catch him live at Addison Improv, where his routine is sure to be hilarious and entirely one-of-a-kind. HAIRSPRAY JULY 7-15 WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE | It’s a great day for big hair and racial integration! Travel back in time to 1962 Baltimore when “Hairspray” comes to town as part of an unprecedented new collaboration by the AT&T Performing Arts Center and Tony-winning Dallas Theater Center. Watch as happy-go-lucky, plus-size high schooler Tracy Turnblad makes it on her dream dance show with moves she learned from a black friend, transforms to a star and uses her sudden fame to win the affections of her crush, help integrate a TV network and keep her hair looking totally groovy! This eight-time Tony Award-winning musical, including winner of Best Musical, is a fun, inspiring and timely production that the whole family will love. Don’t miss your chance to sing along to favorites “Good Morning Baltimore” and “You Can’t Stop the Beat,” while enjoying an awesome show!
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DOS EQUIS PAVILION | What is America? Thirty Seconds to Mars explores themes the alternative rock band believes are important to Americans, including politics, sex and fame, in their fifth studio album, “America,” which they will be performing live this month. Although the lead singer and co-founder of the band, Jared Leto, has been involved in big-name films like Suicide Squad recently, this year he is focused on touring to promote the band’s newest electronic/pop/rock album along with band members Shannon Leto and Tomo Milic̆ević. Expect to hear new singles, “Walk on Water” and “Dangerous Nights” as well as a few oldies-butgoodies like “The Kill.” PARAMORE JULY 14 TOYOTA MUSIC FACTORY | She may not be a punk-rock redhead anymore, but Hayley Williams from Paramore is just as spirited as she was 10 years ago. Now the “Misery Business” singer is back with platinum blonde locks and a new, ’80s-influenced pop/ rock album, “After Laughter.” Paramore will be showcasing their newest hits, “Hart Times,” “Rose-Colored Boy” and “Fake Happy” alongside long-time favorites “Ain’t It Fun” and “That’s What You Get” at their concert this month. Whether or not you spent your teen years singing along to Paramore while wearing too much eyeliner and black clothes, everyone will enjoy the Grammy Award-winning group’s latest show. TOO HOT TO HANDLE JULY 14 NORBUCK PARK | You don’t know hot until you’ve lived in Texas; you don’t know Too Hot to Handle, until you’ve experienced it yourself. This 15K, 10K and 5K race is not for the fainthearted — it purposely takes place during some of the highest temperatures of the year, testing your endurance, ability and willingness to have fun in the sun! After the race (which is filled with water stations, sprinklers and wet towels to help you get through the course), participants can continue the fun by enjoying refreshments, a beer garden, sponsor booths and live music.
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SAMUELL-GRAND AMPHITHEATRE | Twins have always been fascinating in pop culture. Do you need to be reminded of MaryKate and Ashley Olsen’s empire? And, it turns out, Shakespeare himself was interested in twins as well and wrote about them in the play, “The Comedy of Errors.” Now, Shakespeare in the Park Dallas is performing this funny, slapstick comedy about two sets of identical twins that were separated at birth and brought back together as adults. Audiences will love watching this confusing meet up pan out, complete with mistaken identity, fun wordplay and all-around chaos. You’ll be seeing double all night — and you’ll love it!
DOS EQUIS PAVILION | His dirty blonde hair and guitarplaying ability make girls swoon, but the “Slow Hands” singer’s easy-listening contemporary folk/pop music will keep everyone listening to Niall Horan over and over again. After launching his solo career when One Direction took a break in 2016, Horan has gone on to win the 2017 American Music Award for New Artist of the Year and release “Flicker” with popular songs “On the Loose,” “Too Much to Ask” and “This Town,” which has more than 350 million streams worldwide. Catch him in concert to hear an entertaining mix of his tracks, song covers and even some 1D hits as well.
AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER | Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlain haven’t performed together for almost 20 years. Now, they are back, making new music and playing on their reunion tour together! The Grammy Award-winning band (which also included D’arcy Wretzky, who will not be returning for the reunion) was one of the most popular alternative rock groups of the ’90s, known for songs “1979,” “Cherub Rock” and “Soma.” This rare opportunity to hear three original Pumpkins performing their greatest hits and newly recorded songs, like “Solara” will be one summer reunion you won’t want to miss.
VERIZON THEATRE | It’s been eight years since Sugarland released a new album, but don’t worry, the Grammy Awardwinning country music duo are “Still The Same” as they’ve always been. Made of up Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, Sugarland is coming to Dallas this month to promote their latest album, “Bigger,” which includes singles “Love Me Like I’m Leaving,” “Bigger” and “Mother.” This concert will offer a good time for people young and old. After all, summer in Texas is all about reuniting with loved ones and jamming out to catchy Southern tunes!
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AN EVENING WITH IRA GLASS JULY 21 WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE | It’s no secret that Ira Glass commands attention. With 2.2 million weekly listeners on his public radio show, “This American Life” — not to mention the more than 250 million downloads of the “Serial” and “S-Town” podcasts, of which he was one of the editors — Glass is familiar with the art of keeping people interested. In addition to his 40-year public radio career, Glass has also produced three feature films, revolutionized journalism (and won six Peabody awards) for “This American Life,” and is coming to Winspear Opera House this month to share seven things he has learned in his career with the audience.
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FOREIGNER JULY 21 TOYOTA MUSIC FACTORY | Making music for more than 40 years together has only made Foreigner better — and seeing them live in concert this month is a treat that “Feels Like the First Time!” Known as one of the most popular rock groups in the world with ten multi-platinum albums and sixteen Top 30 hits under their belt, Foreigner fans will love singing along to their favorite ’80s hits like “Juke Box Hero,” “Cold As Ice,” “Dirty White Boy” and “I Want to Know What Love Is.”
DOS EQUIS PAVILION | Who says good music requires instruments? Nobody who has heard Pentatonix’s version of Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry” or Camila Cabello’s “Havana” because their a cappella cover songs are arguably better than the original versions. The five-member, Grammy Award-winning group has sold approximately 10 million albums worldwide and is touring this year with their new vocal bassist Matt Sallee to perform songs from their newest album, PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. I. Join Texas natives Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola and Sallee as they showcase their stunning vocal talent singing your favorite pop hits (and a few of their originals)!
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JULY 28 DOS EQUIS PAVILION | After receiving his third Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year award in a row this year and reaching 19 number one hits, Jason Aldean has proved he is one of the greatest country singers of our time. Enjoy his laidback, Southern style in person when he comes to Dallas as part of his High Noon Neon Tour to showcase songs from his eighth studio album, Rearview Town. Aldean’s Army will love singing along to “You Make It Easy” and old favorites “Dirt Road Anthem” and “Amarillo Sky.” It’ll be a loud-singing, bootstomping, beer-drinking, perfect summer Saturday night.
Who said fireworks were reserved for the fourth? Enjoy a spectacular show every Friday Night until August 31 over Lake Grapevine. Admission is free, but be sure to look at which fields and parks are open for eager viewers. You also will want to download the special music that goes along with the fireworks before heading out.
BILL BURR JULY 28 TOYOTA MUSIC FACTORY | Loud, unfiltered and hilarious, Bill Burr is the stand-up comedian for everyone who doesn’t care what others think. Known for hosting “Monday Morning Podcast,” creating and starring in the Netflix original animated TV show “F Is for Family” and appearing in “Breaking Bad,” Burr still loves traveling around the country doing stand-up comedy. Be sure to leave the kids (and those easily offended) at home, as his comedy is intended for an older crowd. After the show, keep the laughter rolling by catching more of Burr’s jokes in the four, hour-long stand-up specials on Netflix.
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