Arts & Culture

Our latest stories on art and culture happenings in Frisco, Texas. Stories, photography and more by Frisco STYLE Magazine. Read the latest.

Capturing Local Joy

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long...

Communicating Through Art

Pete Hosp passed away in October 2017, but his legacy as a pillar of the Frisco community lives on, so much so that local...

A Summer in Hollywood

It was more than 17 years ago, on a cold day in February 2000, when Keith Duncan, the founder of The Movie Institute (MI),...

United We … Agree to Disagree

The 2016 presidential election was contentious, to say the very least. No one can dispute that our country was divided on its political ideologies....

In Perfect Harmony

Music is a universal language. Close your eyes … think about how music and different songs have impacted your life. Music makes hearts soar...

Full Steam Ahead

Like many Americans, Bob LaPrelle has loved trains from an early age. However, the longtime CEO of the Museum of the American Railroad never...

What’s in a Name?

This fall, Cub Scout Pack 946 in Frisco will likely look much different than it ever has before. For the first time since it...

The Art of the Sweet Life

Before the first rays of morning sunshine even make their appearance, a pastry chef enters her kitchen with eager anticipation. A palette of ingredients...

Advocating for the Arts

For the last few months, Frisco has witnessed heated debate over the development of a new performing arts center, and the conversation is not...

Home Grown and Locally Sourced

Back in 1984, Frisco was a small town. About 3,500 people (compared to the 160,000 residents today) called it home. Interestingly enough, something else...

Community Connections

Marvin Fisher

Marvin Fisher, a member of the U.S. Air Force, graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1981. During his decorated career, he was sent...

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