Tag: Mar-18

Far Out, Groovy, Glam!

The 1970s are making a big splash in this season’s trends! We are seeing the bohemian influence all over international runways with top designers from Italy to New York. From high-waisted pants and bell bottom jeans to fringe handbags and oversized sunglasses, Frisco STYLE,...

A “Clasp” Act

I am the epitome of the American dream,” Natalie Mills says while discussing her plans to take the nation’s fashion jewelry industry by storm. “No dream is too big, as long as you are willing to work for it.”  As a native of South Africa, who,...

In Flight to Frisco

Everyone has hopes and dreams for the future. Some are more immediate than others, like finding a close parking spot, and others are more grandiose, like putting a man on Mars. But, most of us who anxiously tap our steering wheels during rush-hour traffic...

When #MeToo Comes Home with Your Child

Sexual harassment is, unfortunately, a wide-spread topic these days. Accusations and admissions are breaking news and it seems every aspect of the world is affected in some way. Many of us think this an adult issue, but our children are seeing these stories, too....

Keeping the Community Fed

North Texas is largely recognized as one of the fastest-growing and most prosperous regions in Texas. Home values are at an all-time high and national corporations are flocking to surrounding cities offering new job opportunities. Amid the large homes popping up in every community...

Bet on it!

It is a simple but thrilling concept — wagering money or something of value on an event with an uncertain outcome. As a game of uncertainty, like horse racing, cards or even slot machines, gambling has been entertainment for people for thousands of years....

Full Steam Ahead

Like many Americans, Bob LaPrelle has loved trains from an early age. However, the longtime CEO of the Museum of the American Railroad never thought he would work with trains for a living. Mr. LaPrelle is a Dallas native. He graduated from Hillcrest High...

A New Headliner at The Sea

Having grown up in a small East Texas town, where the most popular sit-down restaurant was Cotton Patch Cafe (do not get me wrong, I love Cotton Patch), and more popular and eclectic restaurants were at least 45 minutes away, sushi restaurants never exactly...

If They Could See Us Now

I recently attended a retirement reception for our friend, Jim Gandy, who has been the president of Frisco’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC) for the last 22 years. I must say, he and his team have done a terrific job. At the reception, we were treated to...

The Giving Gardener

Growing up in rural Ark., Marc Baker was no stranger to gardening. It is something he did with both his father and his grandparents, and it is a passion that has followed him into adulthood. He has been very serious about gardening ever since...

Ginger Sesame Coleslaw

Ginger Sesame Coleslaw - Provided by Denise Burkey, the owner and operator of vomFASS - napa cabbage, chopped, red cabbage, chopped, green onions, chopped, lo mein noodles, cooked, garlic pepper, to taste, orange pepper, to taste, pyramid salt, to taste, ginger sesame oil, ginger-grape...

The Next Page – March 2018

STAFF STREETS OF FRISCO How will you celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day? “Since I have a Saint Patrick’s Day baby, we always have a birthday celebration. This year we will be celebrating my son’s thirtieth birthday. Happy birthday, Andrew Thomas Johnson!” -Becky Johnson “I am going to wear green...

March 2018

In March, the Dining and Entertainment issue of Frisco STYLE, we take a look at some of the trendiest fashions that refernece styles from the 1970s and provide an array of information regarding local dining and entertainment attractions.

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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