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Frisco STYLE’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

Thanks to local retailers at Stonebriar Centre of Frisco, we are thrilled to bring you our Second Annual Holiday Gift Guide! From sweet treats...

Making Memories Through Christmas Traditions

When I was a new mom, one of my biggest joys was starting our own Christmas family traditions. My husband and I knew we...

Diwali 2020 in Frisco

In the growing city of Frisco, where representation of diversity is an important part of the community, Frisco is embracing the many cultures represented...

The Hard Work of Dentistry Meets the Heart Work of Ministry

What do you get when you combine faith, family and teeth? None other than Frisco’s very own Frazier family. While they are known for...

Taking Innovations to New Heights in Frisco

Technological advancements and increased globalization are rapidly changing the workplace, job market and the skillsets students will need to succeed after graduation. As automation...

Dallas Meets Frisco

In recent years, Frisco has welcomed a multitude of new businesses, developments, residents, experiences and restaurants. It has continued the unprecedented growth that’s allowed...

True Difference Makers

In 1905, attorney Paul Harris founded the first Rotary Club in his native Chicago. In the ensuing 100-plus years, the organization has grown to...

Three Tips for Coping with Grief During the Holidays

One of my oldest memories of Christmas is putting up our Christmas tree as a family. My brother is allergic to fir trees, so...

Unpacking Jesus

The following is a reprint of a popular article published in the December 2010 issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine. Unpacking Jesus is one of my...

Saluting The Purple Hearts of Frisco

For hundreds of years, countless men and women have given their minds, bodies and souls to protect our very most basic rights and the...

Frisco STYLE’s 2020 Boutique Gift Guide

Holiday shopping is about to be front and center on many people’s minds, if it isn’t already! Thanks to local boutiques and businesses in...

A CEO With a Heart

It was a chance encounter with the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg that influenced Marianne Radley, whom Ms. Radley credits in her recent career...

Being a Love Bearer

It is almost unreal to think that we are already in the eleventh month of this year that has been anything but what anyone...

Computers and Our Children

Nobody, even in their wildest imagination, could have woken up on January 1 and predicted what a chaotic and unprecedented year 2020 would be....

Thanksgiving Misgivings

Heaven help us, the holidays are upon us. This year, my go-to grocery store started promoting Halloween immediately after Labor Day. With football seasons delayed,...

Where Excellence is Created on Every Table

The holiday season is upon us and it is a delight to drive around the metroplex to various places for holiday lights and parades....

Looking for Victory

Winston Churchill brought the word “Victory” to the world’s attention with his V for victory sign during World War II. Today we’re in another...

A Thanksgiving Tradition of Service

For many, the changing of the seasons brings excitement, joy and expectancy. We love it when the Texas fall finally hits and the holiday...

Hey Frisco! You Deserve a Fist Bump!

Way to go, Frisco! If you want to know how environmental your city is, measure how much garbage is thrown away per person. Out...

SurfaceWise2 & InspectIR: Two North Texas Innovations Combating COVID-19

The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented changes to our lifestyles and the way our businesses operate. Policymakers are in the uncomfortable position...

Sew Big or Go Home!

After months of weighing the risks and considering various safety precautions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials finally issued a press release in...

Frisco Mom Receives More than Surgery

In 2016, Asia Carter, at the time a 30-year-old single mother of two, found herself staring down a breast cancer diagnosis, double mastectomy and...

Still We Rise

In the midst of a harrowing global pandemic that has brought loss, uncertainty, heartache, impossibly tough decisions and fear stands one of the most...

Havin’ a Ball

The State Fair of Texas has long been known for its mouthwatering, iconic and sometimes outlandish foods. From traditional corny dogs and funnel cakes...

Frisco Businesses: Steady, Strong and Resilient

Frisco - and  everywhere  else  in  the  world  - is a very different place today than six months ago. Restaurants and parking lots aren’t as...

Building a Bone-In Business

Food service has been John Sayklay’s business for the past three decades plus. Since 2015, his company, JR & Sons Food Distribution, has been...

Creating the Magic of Santa

Local professional photographer, Chris Fritchie, ignited his passion for photography more than 20 years ago. An award-winning photographer and member of Professional Photographers of...

Frisco ISD COVID-19 Sports Plan

Schools across the nation are beginning to open back up and many parents and students are anxiously awaiting the first day of face-to-face instruction....

Artistic & Animation Aspirations

What happens when you blend the historical focus of the Heritage Association of Frisco with the artistic aspiration of a rising young Frisco artist?...

Clicks and Flicks: Gaining the COVID-19

Covid-19 has affected all of us in many ways. Health-wise, we know the devastation to those who have and are currently battling this unpredictable...

Avoiding the Hurt

We grew up making mud pies, riding bikes until sundown, chasing lightning bugs, playing games of pick-up basketball and Sandlot-esque baseball games. Little League...

Social-Distancing Guide to the Town

Despite everyone’s summer plans of mall trips, get togethers with friends and family and group events getting cancelled due to social distancing, summer doesn’t...

A Taste of NOLA in Frisco

Perhaps more than anywhere else, New Orleans is known for its iconic culinary dishes, ranging from a traditional gumbo steeped with Cajun influences to...

The Sun Behind the Clouds

Although sometimes hard to remember, the sun still shines behind the dark clouds that have enshrouded our society in recent months. And in the...

A Call to Arms

Several industries have thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of which is the firearm business. According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), The...

More Than Four

I never knew that gold is the ribbon color representing Childhood Cancer. I never knew that September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. I never...

2020 Cover Photo Contest

       

You Gotta Have the Arts

Since moving to Frisco in 2004, Tammy Meinershagen has seen the local arts scene evolve nicely. However, the executive director of Frisco Arts realizes...

The Lure of Art

Art is an expression of life’s emotions, stories and functional needs through any medium our minds can conjure – pencil, paint, wood, fabric, photography,...

Taking the Guess Work out of Dinner

Dining out these days has its challenges, but cooking at home can be difficult to do, night after night. Finding the time, the motivation...

Community Connections

Prince Nallamothula

Nine-year-old Prince Nallamothula, a young inventor and fourth-grader at Curtsinger Elementary School, has made a name for himself nationally and in the community as...

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