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Best of Business 2019

There are a number of factors that play into the success of a business. For Frisco STYLE’s 2019 Best of Business Awards, a committee...

Even Stranger Things

Have you ever been lying in bed, fighting insomnia and your mind begins to wander? All of a sudden, rational thoughts take to a...

Real Men Wear Pink

Just about everyone is aware that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month … and with good reason. The statistics with cancer, as we...

We All Scream for Ice Cream

Do you remember what it was like to be in seventh grade? Hanging out with your friends, going to school, playing sports and being...

Preceded by and Impeccable Reputation

In Frisco, becoming a successful Chinese restaurant can be tricky. As one of the fastest-growing cities in America, Frisco clearly hosts its fair share...

CBD Oil – Take Two!

Leading a natural lifestyle has been a focal point in many local households. Be it diet, nutrition or alternative forms of medicine, more households...

Less Grind More Hustle

Do you remember the movie “Office Space,” where a young worker is chronicled in a miserable job at a software company? One of the...

Adventure is Calling

As cities like Frisco grow, it is only natural that the available area for locals to hunt and spend time in the great outdoors...

Defying the Odds

A triathlon is a multi-sport race that combines swimming, cycling and running over various distances in one event. It can be challenging, grueling and exhilarating....

An Economic Touchdown

According to analysts, the sports market in North America is projected to reach $73.5 billion this year. It is uncertain what portion of that...

From the Stone Age to the Phone Age

You have, no doubt, heard of the many “ages” this old earth has gone through. There was the prehistoric Ice Age that lasted millions...

The “Mane” Event

If you have had the pleasure of riding a horse in the serenity of a wide-open landscape, you more than likely have experienced the...

God Bless BBQ

Whether you are a Texas native or you got here as fast as you could, you know that barbecue is a way of life...

People Helping People

A woman sits at her usual spot on the fourth floor of the Frisco Library. She looks around the room and spots a young man...

The Sky is the Limit

Growing up in Frisco provides amazing opportunities for youth, especially when it comes to athletics, but it can also prove challenging for many kids...

2019 Cover Photo Contest

Choosing only one photo for the cover of the August issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine is an annual challenge for our staff! We love...

Just a Small Town Girl

During Childhood, playing pretend, running barefoot through the grass, eating snow cones and dreaming big are all rites of passage. From those early years, children...

Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler!

On the west side of Frisco, along the growing FM 423 corridor, lies a hidden gem–small, unassuming and waiting to be discovered. Some prospectors...

Behind the Art

For many, admiring a sculpture or piece of fine art constitutes a trip to a museum. For those who live in Frisco, looking at...

Not Your Typical “9-to-5”

Just when you think Frisco has it all, employment opportunities, beautiful housing divisions to accommodate a growing population, award-winning schools, newly-developed retail centers, tasty...

Never Lose Hope

Many agree, hope is what gets us through the darkest nights and the most troubling times. Hope is the driving force of both individuals...

Laughter is the Best Medicine

Everyone has heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” If you are having a bad day, a quick guffaw or hearty laugh, with...

The Photography Frontier

When somebody acquires a plot of land, how much of the sky above it do they own? How much of the earth beneath it?  In...

Moving On Up

To say the landscape of Frisco has changed over the years would be an understatement of epic proportions. While Frisco continues to be one...

Making History

The Heritage Association of Frisco’s mission is to research, preserve and share Frisco’s history. Since 1998, the organization has identified and marked 33 historic...

On Trend Treats

If you have not seen the colorful videos (think “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”) and Instagram-worthy photos recently on social media of the...

Freshly Frisco

Things just taste better when they are fresh from the garden. There is absolutely nothing that compares with the taste of a home-grown tomato,...

The Doorway to Home

On an inside wall of her art studio in Frisco, Zahra Jahanyfard painted a mural of a door and brought it to life with...

Bring the Heat

Being prepared for the erratic weather patterns Mother Nature often presents can be a challenge, especially during summer months. As far as weather is...

Who is my Neighbor?

Even if you have been in Frisco for a few years, you will have noticed that our neighborhoods are changing drastically. For us “old-timers,”...

Survival 101

All joking aside, have you ever considered what would happen to you and your loved ones if we were faced with a real-life “zombie...

Person of the Year: Shelley Holley

Lifelong learning is more often than not driven by an insatiable thirst for knowledge and a desire to share that intelligence with others along...

Date Night in Frisco!

As the sun began to set on a recent Saturday evening in Frisco, my husband and I made our way to the northwest corner...

Networking Powerhouse

In Frisco’s ever-growing business sector, there are a variety of professional organizations for women to bring together diverse occupations and provide opportunities for personal...

Hacker Culture

Technology touches everyone in today’s world … in more ways than we probably even notice. Whether one is a seasoned technologist or a novice...

Service Beyond Self

Imagine, if you will, the town of Frisco in 1929, back when its population was around 600 people. And just north, somewhere between Pilot...

Because Parenting Will Never Be “Convenient”

While Generation Xers (born 1965-1975) grew up with televisions, Millennials or Generation Ys (born 1977 to 1996) were introduced to the Internet through stationary...

One Dynamic Duo

Do all roads lead to Frisco? For local couple Coy and Diane Miller, they certainly did.  As the owners of Pardner’s Garden & Feed Store...

The Power of Authentic Faith

The turning point came when our daughters left for college. Though two sons were still at home, I was overwhelmed with an emptiness that...

2019 Best of Frisco!

Here in Frisco, we do not like to brag, but we sure do pride ourselves on being one of the most unique, exciting, interesting...

Community Connections

Chelsea and Darrel Neal

Chelsea and Darrel Neal, a local dynamic dad and daughter duo, share an undeniable bond and love for competition. A tragic accident in Australia...

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