Tag: Apr-20

The Bee’s Knees

Springtime can be somewhat magical here in North Texas, and with the new season comes a renewed sense of gratitude for all Mother Nature provides. Frisco might be a growing urban metropolis, but the beauty of nature is never too far away. One of...

Crossing the Bridge

One does not need to be an expert to notice that Frisco has been experiencing an economic boom over the last couple of decades. Increasingly, prestigious businesses like the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and Keurig Dr Pepper are electing to move their headquarters...

Let’s Take a Vote

Frisco residents will flock to the polls en masse to vote in the General Election on Saturday, May 2. With more than a dozen City Council and School Board candidates to choose from, there is a decent chance that some of the names on...

What is the Glass Battery?

On February 28, 2017, John Goodenough, a 97-year-old materials scientist, solid-state physicist and professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at the University of Texas at Austin (also widely-recognized for developing the lithium-ion battery), published a paper on an innovative battery concept. This groundbreaking...

Protecting Frisco’s Pets

Potential pet owners have a lot to think about before they commit to bringing a new furry, fuzzy or feathery friend into their family home. One of the most important things to pay mind to, especially in recent years as “puppy mills” have been...

The Grass is Always Greener

Every Frisco homeowner understands the struggle of keeping their lawn in perfect condition. The frequent and extreme weather changes can be harsh on delicate grass and no matter how many things you try, the yard never seems to be the right shade of green....

All About That Sizzle

On a typical Friday night in Frisco, my husband and I joined the crowds of couples and families searching for a great, unique dining experience. El Rincon Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar recently opened a Frisco location in December 2019, and being Texas-bred, where...

Put Some Roots Down

As every North Texas resident knows, winters in this part of the country are typically quite mild. In fact, this last winter clocked in as the region’s fifteenth warmest on record. You do not need to have lived here for long, though, to have...

April 2020

In the April Home and Garden issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine, we cover everything about springtime here in Frisco. From honey bees and native plants to local pet laws and city council candidates, readers will get more than enough information regarding the approaching warmer...

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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