Tag: Jul-19

Moving On Up

To say the landscape of Frisco has changed over the years would be an understatement of epic proportions. While Frisco continues to be one of the top destination cities in the country, we are not only expanding outward, but we are also moving residents...

Making History

The Heritage Association of Frisco’s mission is to research, preserve and share Frisco’s history. Since 1998, the organization has identified and marked 33 historic sites around town. While not all of the sites are still in existence today, many can still be visited! 1. Frisco...

On Trend Treats

If you have not seen the colorful videos (think “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”) and Instagram-worthy photos recently on social media of the outlandishly tasty treats at Frisco’s Hiccups & Churroholic restaurant, I would be shocked. This new, trendy dining destination has attracted...

Freshly Frisco

Things just taste better when they are fresh from the garden. There is absolutely nothing that compares with the taste of a home-grown tomato, for example. What is not to savor about that sweet-tart flavor as the juices drip down your chin? Better yet,...

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 handcrafted ceramic door knobs, a wooden placard and personal notes inscribed by guests. This traditional Iranian door is painted in...

Bring the Heat

Being prepared for the erratic weather patterns Mother Nature often presents can be a challenge, especially during summer months. As far as weather is concerned, this year in Frisco (and throughout Texas) has been a testament to the unpredictable trends.  Summertime provides us with great...

Who is my Neighbor?

Even if you have been in Frisco for a few years, you will have noticed that our neighborhoods are changing drastically. For us “old-timers,” many of whom grew up here, those changes, both good and bad, are monumental. These changes are reflected in all areas...

Survival 101

All joking aside, have you ever considered what would happen to you and your loved ones if we were faced with a real-life “zombie apocalypse?” From underground bunkers filled with food, water and survival gear to the purchase of self-reliant power sources and converting...

Red, White, and Blueberry Trifle

Red, White, and Blueberry Trifle - provided by Lindsay Johnson - fresh strawberries ((hulled and sliced)), fresh blueberries, (16-oz.) prepared pound cakes ((cut into one-inch cubes)), white sugar, Heavy Cream, package white chocolate instant pudding mix, lemon Greek yogurt cup, , Start by chilling...

July 2019

In the July 2019 issue, we share tons of tidbits and information for new residents. The issue covers everything from local farmers’ markets and new restaurants to cultural artists and emerging residential communities making an impact on our city.

Community Connections

Sadaf Haq

Born and raised outside of Bronx, N.Y., Sadaf Haq and her family moved to Frisco after a gut feeling she had that North Dallas...

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