Tag: Jan-18

The Path to Hope

After we have welcomed the new year and the celebrations are long gone, a fresh start awaits us and the possibilities are endless. For some, the possibilities seem numbered, as 2018 brings both old and new struggles for individuals and families alike. While the...

Living the Dream

Have you ever gone to your job and, after a while, realized you want to do something else in your professional life? Maybe you have enjoyed what you built your career on, but always had a passion or hobby that you did not take...

Welcome to the Revolution

Let’s face it, most of us love football. Whether it is cheering for the local high school team and seeing your pride and joy hit the field on Thursday or Friday nights in the fall, rooting for your alma mater on Saturday or backing...

Finding the Balance

With age comes new experiences, as can be expected. Much of this change is good — new jobs, meeting new people, possibly a growing family — but some of this newness is challenging and sometimes unwelcome. For instance, individual health concerns almost invariably increase...

Lookin’ Fine!

Although the Frisco Fine Art Gallery has only been open since early October, they are already making a name for themselves as a premiere fine art gallery in North Dallas. The owners have curated a collection of pieces for their studio from about 60...

Taking Control Over Pain

Christi M. vividly remembers the day her son, Daniel, had an infusion of the medication ketamine at a clinic in Plano. Several years earlier, Daniel was in a traumatic and devastating car accident where he nearly lost his life and his leg was almost...

Sweeter Than Honey

Recently, on a crisp winter morning, two of my best friends met me at Tupelo Honey, a new restaurant located at The Star. Known for its revival of Southern classics, craft cocktails and unique seasonal dishes, I had heard rumors that Tupelo Honey was...

Money Talks

Yes, money talks, but pennies and nickels do not speak as loudly as they once did. Come with me as we look at what I like to call “The Three Ages of Money,” covering the period of the last 100 years. The “three ages”...

Making it Official

Eric Aimes Sr. leads a double life, but that is not a bad thing. For most of the week, Mr. Aimes Sr. works for Capital One® as a Branch Manager II, running the Frisco branch at Preston Road and Main Street, which he has...

Deceptively Delicious Avocado Brownies

Deceptively Delicious Avocado Brownies - Provided by Lesley Murphy Greer - medium-ripe avocados ((skin and pit removed)), maple syrup, sugar, Large Eggs, vanilla, whole wheat flour, cocoa, salt, baking soda, chocolate chips, cooled coffee, Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.; With a mixer, mix...

Community Connections

Christi Redfearn

Frisco STYLE Magazine writer Christi Redfearn and her husband, David Record, are involved in road racing and use it to help prove to local...

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