A Classic Concept Close to Home

Do you ever find yourself thinking that the good, old-fashioned way of doing things is often the way things should be done now? A...

Creating Deeper Connections

Attention ladies of Frisco! Does part of this saga sound familiar to you? After getting up before everyone else in your family to get...

A Parrothead’s Parking Lot Paradise

On a hot summer day in June, I, along with what felt like the rest of the residents of Frisco, drove to Toyota Stadium...

Living in the Bubble

Soccer is not a game, it is a whirlwind of experiences — smelling the sweet, fresh scent of clipped grass, soaking up the friendly...

Not Your Grandma’s Garden Party

Say “goodbye” to a typical dinner or get-together with friends and “hello” to trendy terrariums and handcrafted cocktails. Plant Nite was something I had...

Open House at the Heritage Museum

The Frisco Heritage Museum, while technically considered a park, is a place that shows visitors the ins and outs pertaining to Frisco’s lengthy, rich,...

Get Crafted!

If you have lived in Texas for more than five seconds in the scorching summer months, you know being outside in the afternoon and...

Coming to You Live from Frisco Studios

Because of all the things changing and expanding in Frisco, it recently came to the attention of some local creatives that there was not...

Barbecue for a Cause

What could be better on a crisp October day than some good old-fashioned Texas barbecue? The hundreds of people who come out to the...

A Celebration of Local Talent

Last October, on a crisp, fall day, the Frisco Music Scene hosted their first annual Whistlestop Jamboree event at the Frisco Rail Yard and...

Community Connections

John Lettelleir

John Lettelleir, an 18-year Frisco resident, is the director of development services for the City of Frisco, which involves planning, building inspections, code enforcement...

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