Tag: Feb-19

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, Frisco’s arms stay open wide to new neighbors moving in from out of the country, out of the state or...

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 the Frisco of today — in more ways than one. Frisco’s growth has happened at warp speed, and many of...

Treat Yourself

Millions of people across the nation went into 2019 with resolutions — lose weight, lead a healthier lifestyle, spend more time with loved ones, be more present, etc. However, according to U.S. News & World Report, around 80 percent of New Year’s...

Concrete Canvas

Downtown Frisco is going through a constant period of change and innovation, and there is something new and impressive happening every day. Not only are more people converging on the once-quaint area, bringing the need for additional apartments and entertainment destinations, but...

“How does loving yourself translate to loving others?”

AP English students at Leadership Prep School Frisco recently shared their thoughts in response to this prompt. Love is infinitely abundant in our world, but, sometimes, it can be hard to express. The wrong circumstances can lead to feelings...

Spice It Up!

After the closing of Frisco’s beloved Mattito’s Tex-Mex restaurant in Frisco Square in 2018, the restaurant space on this iconic corner of the city has since been taken over by Chito’s Authentic Mexican Restaurant. Thankfully, the location will continue to be inhabited...

Change on the Range

About three years ago, Frisco teed off seeking a hole-in-one: to convince the PGA of America, professional golf’s governing organization, to relocate from its longtime Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. home to Frisco. On December 4, 2018, the Frisco City Council, the Frisco...

Leading a Transformation

Have you ever worked for or applied for a position with a company known for hiring veterans? When soldiers return to the U.S. from being on duty, they bring with them a unique set of skills that often make them beneficial and...

Wild at Heart

As a longtime runner, Frisco resident Kimberlee Malin knew the possibility existed that she could encounter coyotes or wild animals while traversing the streets around her Panther Creek-area home. “I was always told they are more scared of you than you are...

Healthy Valentine’s Day Truffles

Healthy Valentine's Day Truffles - provided by Laura Hamby - organic cacao powder, organic unrefined coconut oil, organic peanut butter, organic vanilla, raw honey, organic coconut (shredded) (optional), chopped nuts (optional), , Gently melt the coconut oil in a saucepan on medium heat and...

February 2019

Don’t miss the February Community and Culture issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine. We are excited to share news and stories from various cultures represented throughout the city.

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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