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If These Walls Could Talk

When you drive by historic houses in Frisco, do you ever wonder about the people who once lived there? There is an interesting story...

Dancing to His Own Beat

12-year-old Joey German just started seventh grade at Hunt Middle School, but unlike most kids in his class, he just participated in a national...

Can It!

The centuries-old practice of preserving food, or “putting up,” as it is called in canning lingo, is making a big comeback. People are more...

Faith, Film and Fatherhood

For many, finding a job you love can be difficult. Often, passion and profession are kept a healthy distance from each other, but people...

Building Bridges

Lone Star High School’s rising seniors Daniel Szczechowski and Aaron Raye know a thing or two about building bridges ... just not in the...

Heavy Metal

My grandparents lived across the street from a railway. One of my favorite memories as a child when I visited them is sitting on...

A Wise Approach

When Dr. Carol Wise looks at the thousands of specimen tubes that reside in the laboratory she oversees at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for...

Best of Frisco

Best trail to pop a wheelie: Northwest Community DORBA Trail DORBA stands for “Dallas Off Road Bicycle Association,” and thanks to the work of some Frisco...

Stay Out of the Woods

Some of the things that are rumored to go bump in the night tend to linger in our minds and become particularly disturbing as...

There’s No Such Thing as Tattling

When I think about myself as a young kid or a teenager, I think about the teacher who inspired me to pursue my love...

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...

Artisan Pizza and Craft Beer … That’s Amoré!

Pizza has been a favorite food of Americans for more than 100 years. From Super Bowl parties and birthday bashes, to date nights and...

Sharing Your Heart and Home

Frisco is a bustling and growing city that prides itself on quality attractions, neighborhood schools and a friendly, hometown atmosphere. There are a variety...

A Farewell Wave

If you are a resident of Frisco or Little Elm, you have undoubtedly crossed paths with Jimmy Lee Robinson, or, as he identifies himself...

The Railroad — Frisco’s Mother

It may be a stretch for you to think of a railroad as being a mother, but bear with me as we look at...

True Local Sports Heroes

Nearly 25 years ago, the Minnesota North Stars departed the Twin Cities for the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex to become the Dallas Stars. In the...

A Slice of Heaven

My husband Zach and I have long said that there is something special about a dish made by someone you love. The same goes...

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...

In Perfect Harmony

Music is a universal language. Close your eyes … think about how music and different songs have impacted your life. Music makes hearts soar...

A Community of Hope

Get my baby out!” I screamed with a raspy voice. My desperate pleas for help were barely heard. Smoke filled the room as the...

Enriching Our Elders

10 years ago, Ray Davis’ life changed irrevocably. Mr. Davis, a strong, vibrant man who had worked since the tender age of 8, had...

Messengers of Faith

Food, shelter and clothing are considered the basic necessities of life, but let us not neglect communication and education, especially in a time where...

That’s Genius!

A few things to know about Vivek Abraham: As a member of Mensa International®, he is considered a genius. He is currently enrolled in online...

Protecting the Younger Generation

Though the notion was probably only dreamt about in the past, I do not know if anyone could have predicted that, by the year...

Building Foundations

“Exciting” and “daunting” are words often used to describe the way parents feel as they embark upon a search for the perfect preschool. Choosing...

Just Ask Siri

You “youngsters” probably cannot imagine how we old-timers entertained ourselves before present day electronic devices such as cellphones came along and helped change our...

The Heart of Frisco

To say the city of Frisco is unique would be a vast understatement. With all the organizations, businesses, events and growth, it is truly...

It’s All in the Family

Frisco has had the outstanding ability to sustain that “small town feel” amidst explosive growth. As many of us have grown up and become...

Small Place, Big Taste

There is no shortage of diverse and delicious restaurants in the Frisco area. From high-end, fine dining to fast food and everything in-between, there...

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Just for a moment, imagine it is finally the weekend. It has been a long week and you wake up Saturday morning relieved to...

Breaking Free from the Chains

10 Ideas for a Fresh New Year It goes without saying that with the new year also comes new opportunities for self-improvement. Health is not...

Musically Proud

The Frisco ISD is no stranger to being awarded numerous accolades for accomplishments that range from individual awards to awards earned by the collaborative...

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...

Marine Dreams

Chris and Valerie Jackson’s story begins with each of them growing up watching classic war movies with their fathers. At an early age, they...

Crafting the Best Brew

The Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is a melting pot of cultures, fashion, flavors and entertainment destinations, and it has become a prominent destination for brewery...

The Edge of Chaos

When it comes to innovation, staying ahead of the curve and, sometimes, creating the curve, Frisco remains at the top of its...

World War II – The “Big War”

It is November – time to celebrate Veterans Day. But, why on November 11? You may remember it evolved from a holiday called “Armistice...

Survival of the Fittest

These days, kids seem to be natural experts at all things technology. Give them a phone or computer and they usually end up teaching...

The Business of Giving Back

In December 2015, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, pledged to donate 99 percent of their $46 billion dollar holdings in Facebook, Inc....

Pain Beyond Measure

Kim experienced the agonizing and debilitating torment of her first migraine at the tender age of 13. Lying on the bathroom floor with her...

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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