Arts & Culture

Our latest stories on art and culture happenings in Frisco, Texas. Stories, photography and more by Frisco STYLE Magazine. Read the latest.

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...

Your Brain’s Health

Did you ever have an experience with an elderly grandparent, aunt or uncle who said something that knocked your socks off? While in the...

Box Ranch: A Legend in Limbo

The skeletal structure looms on the Frisco prairie, bare yet packed with mystery. Does it represent the beginning of a brand new construction project,...

The World’s Stage

Ask any dancer, and they will tell you that the benefits of dancing are plentiful. Sure, there are the obvious perks associated with the...

Keeping the Fun (and Wine) Flowing!

“Rain or shine, there will be wine!” was the unofficial motto for Frisco’s first Uncorked event  – a wine and food festival benefitting Frisco...

The Art of the Sweet Life

Before the first rays of morning sunshine even make their appearance, a pastry chef enters her kitchen with eager anticipation. A palette of ingredients...

Let Your Hair Down

The significance of salons and barbershops and the role they play in our culture is rather obvious: everyone is expected to uphold basic grooming...

United We … Agree to Disagree

The 2016 presidential election was contentious, to say the very least. No one can dispute that our country was divided on its political ideologies....

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,...

Coordinating, Collaborating and Connecting

Over the past two decades, it is safe to say that Frisco has experienced an amazing amount of growth, prosperity and innovation. While innovation...

Home Grown and Locally Sourced

Back in 1984, Frisco was a small town. About 3,500 people (compared to the 160,000 residents today) called it home. Interestingly enough, something else...

Incorporating Culture and Tradition

Over the years, the number of families moving to Frisco has grown exponentially. At the time this publication was printed, Frisco’s population consisted of...

Frisco: A Place for Us All

As a community, Frisco continues to move forward into new beginnings. While the economy continues to boom and the population keeps growing,...

Redefining an Industry

When potential customers first enter Steel Paintbrush Tattoo Company in Frisco, they might initially do a double take of their surroundings. With a spacious...

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...

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...

Concrete Canvas

Downtown Frisco is going through a constant period of change and innovation, and there is something new and impressive happening every day....

A Taste of Culture in our Own Backyard

Frisco has some incredible cuisine. Everything from Japanese sushi to Syrian stretchy ice cream, residents do not have to travel far to get a...

Exploring Cultures

Large and expanding American cities are highly-diverse in terms of demographic characteristics. The social diversities within such cities are economically productive, but...

Business is Blumen in Frisco!

Lucia Flanagan is the owner and creative director of the Blumen Bus, Frisco’s first mobile flower bus, providing floral stems, arrangements, build your own...

The Band that Never Sleeps

What do the bands from “School of Rock” and Clark Middle School have in common? Both bands are led by figures of incredible talent,...

A Walk in the Park

Fall could not have gotten off to a better start! On the first weekend in October, the Texas Sculpture Garden in Frisco hosted the...

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...

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...

Communicating Through Art

Pete Hosp passed away in October 2017, but his legacy as a pillar of the Frisco community lives on, so much so that local...

A Standing Ovation

For lovers of the arts, there is nothing quite like the opera — the rich sounds of the symphony orchestra, ornate and colorful costumes...

Before the Lights, Camera, Action!

Imagine actor Jim Carey as The Grinch without his green makeup. No glowing, yellow eyes, furry green cheeks or smiling snout. It just doesn't...

Daughters of Faith

Anyone who has lived in Frisco for more than 10 years will agree that the Frisco of 2008 looked very different than...

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What’s in a Name?

This fall, Cub Scout Pack 946 in Frisco will likely look much different than it ever has before. For the first time since it...

A Summer in Hollywood

It was more than 17 years ago, on a cold day in February 2000, when Keith Duncan, the founder of The Movie Institute (MI),...

These are a Few of My Favorite Things

2019 was a whirlwind of firsts for Frisco, but the city, its leadership and residents have continually proven that it continues to be one...

Advocating for the Arts

For the last few months, Frisco has witnessed heated debate over the development of a new performing arts center, and the conversation is not...

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...

Passion for Progress

Passion is the fuel of progress. Without passion, quite literally, our country, and our beloved city of Frisco, would not exist. Businesses would not...

Capturing Local Joy

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long...

Express Yourself

This past January, young musicians from across Collin County came together for the Collin County Concerto Competition, a county-wide contest for students in grades...

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...

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

        Frisco STYLE asked readers to share on Facebook how their families decorate for the holidays every year, whether that is with outdoor lights, a...

Talent On Pointe

Just imagine that the curtains open, spotlights shine and a stage is set, ready for what is yet to unfold. The crowd’s anticipation coupled...

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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