Tag: Sep-16

Ms. Wheelchair Texas 2016

Sandy Spoonemore “defies gravity” as 2016’s Ms. Wheelchair Texas. The Ms. Wheelchair America pageant began in 1972 and now boasts participation in 30 states and the District of Columbia. The competition was founded by Dr. Philip K. Wood in Columbus, OH, to promote the...

Come in and Sit a Spell!

As our nation, and the world, faces unsettling times rocked by wars, terrorist attacks, shootings and mob violence, let’s take a peek into the happier and quieter times of long ago. In the 1920s and 1930s, in much of America, especially the rural South, the...

A Star is Born

Ask any rabid high school football player what his lifelong dream is and you are likely to hear of his hopes for a career with his favorite National Football League (NFL) team. That may be a lofty goal, but with the grand opening of...

A Taste of Italy

When you think of Italy, it may be hard to land on just one of the magnificent descriptors that comes to mind. Do you imagine peering out at the beautiful, sweeping vistas, loaded with vineyards and olive groves, from your quaint, centuries-old stone lodging?...

The Big Leagues Come to Frisco

For the past 13 years, local baseball fans have been blessed to see future big-leaguers play for our Double-A franchise, the Frisco RoughRiders. Since 2003, eventual Texas Ranger favorites like Elvis Andrus and Ian Kinsler called Frisco home, before making their way to Arlington. However, on...

A “Reel” Good Time

Growing up deep in the piney woods of East Texas, fishing was just a way of life. I remember the evenings Mom and Dad would load us up in the truck and head down to the pond to sit on the dock and fish...

Tackling Concussions

Fifteen years ago, the mention of the word “concussion” meant little more than someone banging their head hard and laying low for a few days. Concussions were often misdiagnosed, symptoms were vague and treatment was loosely interpreted. “Getting your bell rung” or getting knocked...

The Fight to End Youth Steroid Abuse

Steroid abuse is a real problem. In fact, you could call it a national epidemic. While most people associate steroid abuse with professional athletes, the truth is, the problem hits closer to home than you may think. A recent study by the Partnership for...

Tricks of the Trade

Do you like to host events, holidays or get-togethers designed around a fancy meal in the comfort of your own home? Do you often envision yourself cooking the perfect dish that will surprise and awe your guests, then, once it comes down to actually...

September 2016

In the September Sports and Leisure issue, Frisco STYLE bring readers a beginner’s guide to fishing in North Texas, as well as provide helpful information regarding brain-related sports injuries and the use of performance enhancing drugs in athletes.

Community Connections

Vanessa Brazier

Vanessa Brazier is the bakery business manager for Market Street in Frisco and has lived here for three years. “I love all the new...

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