Tag: Mar-17

Escape Hunt Dallas

Imagine you and 10 other people are locked inside two side-by-side, steel-barred, Texas jail cells. Splintered lumber adorns the outside walls and clues are scattered about what appears to be a sheriff’s office. Red-eyed stuffed rats peer down at you as you stare wide-eyed...

Frisco’s Power Couple

When asked about their lives, Kristy and Randy Pitchford would quickly describe themselves as lifelong “risk-takers and entrepreneurs.” When asked to speak about the couple’s history of success, the two simply would not know where to start. To put it simply, the Pitchfords are...

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 lives. So, bear with me as I attempt to fill you in on some of the adventures we had back...

A Classic Concept Close to Home

Do you ever find yourself thinking that the good, old-fashioned way of doing things is often the way things should be done now? A lot of times, this feeling tends to creep in when electronics malfunction or iPhone updates make using your own phone...

Permission to Indulge

It is time to suspend your diet for a moment and immerse yourself in the wonderful world of donuts. Yes, I said it. Donuts! As in Hurts Donut Company. The newly-opened shop at Main Street and Teel Parkway is the eleventh store across the...

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 and the stories that find us through beautiful singing voices that float through our memories forever. Some may be fortunate...

Progressively Frisco

Where should we go for dinner tonight?” It is the age-old question that most couples, friends and families grapple over as they work to find a restaurant and dining experience that fits the likes of all parties involved. Isn’t it strange how, oftentimes, our...

Heart-Pumping Fun

Hearts have long been touted as the windows to our souls. Our passions, our deepest emotions and our dreams for the future are housed here. To follow our hearts is to go where we really yearn to go — beyond the normal confines and...

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 their parents how to better use the devices. But, do you think they know how to make a tourniquet if...

March 2017

In the March issue, you will be taken on a unique dinner experience throughout Frisco. Learn about the local businesses going beyond the call of duty to give back to the community and make plans to attend a number of upcoming fun runs and...

Breaking the Chains

Modern-day slavery, otherwise known as human trafficking, involves the use of force, fraud or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Almost 20,000 individuals are trafficked to the U.S. each year, according to the North Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking...

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. shares to charitable causes over the course of their lifetime. Setting a new philanthropic benchmark, Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerberg committed...

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 their porch watching the trains roll by. My grandma and I would sit in the creaking rocking chairs sipping sweet...

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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