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Plastic Surgeons Serving Dallas, Plano, Southlake, and Nearby Fort Worth, Texas


double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Edgar Bedolla has been named a Top Doc in the field of plastic surgery by Southlake Style magazine. A newer addition to North Texas Plastic Surgery, this is Dr. Bedolla’s first time receiving this recognition. With his thoughtful approach and remarkable bedside manner, we are confident it will not be his last.

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By Sacha Obaid

Though October in Texas doesn’t typically feel as crisp as it does in much of the rest of the country, fall events and activities are in full swing. A great way to get out of the house and enjoy the (slightly cooler) weather is at Southlake’s 14th annual Oktoberfest.

During the 3-day event from October 2-4, over 100,000 people will visit the festival, brought to you by the Southlake Chamber of Commerce. Attendance is completely free!

Taking place in Southlake Town Square, activities at Oktoberfest in Southlake are varied and exciting!

By Sacha Obaid

Southlake, Texas is a family-oriented town bursting with parks and nature reserves that you and your family will love. The city has numerous gorgeous, safe, and fun parks, but these four are some of the city’s best. Any of these could make a beautiful backdrop for your next relaxing afternoon, for your kids’ playdate, or for one of the exercise sessions that keep your body fit and healthy.

By Sacha Obaid

Eating out is a fun and exciting experience, whether it’s to catch up with friends, enjoy a romantic date, or spend time with family. Whatever the occasion, these healthy restaurants in Southlake are great options for good food that will nourish your body and keep it in tip-top shape. They’ll help you stay on track with your healthy eating plan and won’t leave you feeling overly full, but satisfied instead!

By Sacha Obaid

Grab your family, and come join the Southlake Women’s Club for their annual Art in the Square event!

This wonderful, family-friendly event is completely open to the public and has been an integral part of the Southlake community since 2000. Since its first year, the annual event has raised more than $2 million for charitable organizations that serve women and families in Tarrant County, Texas.