Fall weather in Texas is unpredictable at best with temperatures often teetering between crisp and cool to hot and sweltering. Choosing the perfect outfit for such imperfect weather can prove to be a challenge. This month, Megan Condrack, owner of Megan’s Lifestyle Boutique, shows us some transitional outfits that will comfortably and stylishly carry us from summer to fall.
Sept. 23 marks the official first day of fall, and while temperatures may beg to differ, we are well into football, school projects and new fall fashions. Here at Cross TimbersLifestyle, we are pleased to bring you our annual Style Issue to lead you into a spectacular fall season. For our fall fashion shoot, we hopped over … Continued
Students at Primrose School of NE Flower Mound and Primrose School of Old Orchard sold baked goods, hosted a teacher car wash, and collected donations to provide sports drinks and grocery gift cards to two local fire stations. Lewisville Fire Station 3 and Flower Mound Fire Station 1 visited the schools as part of the “Get … Continued
Third Annual Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase Sept. 19 The third annual Park Place Luxury & Supercar Showcase will be from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas. The luxury lifestyle event benefits the Baylor Scott & White Irving Foundation. Park Place Dealerships has donated a … Continued
Medical City Lewisville hosted a ribbon cutting on July 24 to unveil its expansion of specialty care services to the Castle Hills area. The event was attended by state and local elected officials, hospital and community leaders. Medical City Specialty Care Castle Hills provides patients the opportunity to meet trusted Medical City Healthcare specialists, including general surgeons, orthopedic surgeons and cardiologists, … Continued
The annual Unity in Communities luncheon hosted by the Lewisville and Flower Mound Chambers of Commerce and the Highland Village Business Association was held July 23 at the Hilton Garden Inn. Independent Bank was presenting sponsor. Dozens of nonprofits, community leaders and elected officials attended the luncheon where local organization Ally's Wish was named nonprofit of the year. Photography by LISD
For the past four years, members of The Well Community Church, Rockpointe Church, Argyle High School and community volunteers have provided a Night to Shine for local youth with special needs. Plans currently are underway for another unforgettable evening in February at Argyle High School.
My father loved music. When he was young, he built an impressive record collection and would get a gleam in his eye every time he spoke of it. He was so proud—though he rarely played them. Dad passed away this past spring, and when we traveled to visit family in the summer, I began sifting through Dad's treasure trove of vinyl that he had…