Tag: Nov-17

Faith Among Diversity

At Frisco STYLE Magazine, we are proud to promote and celebrate everything about our city. Local leaders within our faith-based community recognize that faith can and should be a part of every citizen’s life. The value of having faith and exercising it not only...

Send Some Cheer This Year

Holiday cards are, to some, a very big part of yearly Christmas traditions. And there always seems to be that one card you get that is simply stunning. The family picture is amazing. How did they get all the kids to smile so sweetly?...

Communication is Key

In the age of social media, just about every interactive medium has been revolutionized to make communication throughout our day-to-day lives more convenient. Social media has proved to be an innovative tool that reforms every space it enters, from the home to administration and...

A Walk in the Park

Fall could not have gotten off to a better start! On the first weekend in October, the Texas Sculpture Garden in Frisco hosted the second annual Frisco Arts Walk. Artists were scattered around HALL Park, surrounding its beautiful ponds and showcasing their talents as...

Buried in Time

If you could have just five more minutes with someone, who would you spend them with? Do you have a family member you miss who you wish could tell you one more fascinating story about their life? Whether you have had the privilege of...

Green Thumbs for Everyone!

I am not going to lie. I have never been known to have a green thumb. I have, in my adult life, accidentally and successfully killed both an aloe vera plant and a ficus tree, which were each gifted to me by my incredibly talented,...

An Italian Gem

Frisco has added a new jewel in its crown. Seemingly simple and unassuming, Cane Rosso sits on the corner directly across from The Ford Center at The Star. Its clean, urban exterior conceals the unexpected treasures inside.  Beneath crystal chandeliers, among fine upholstered chairs, servers...

A Salute to a Korean War Veteran

It is August 1931 and Korean War veteran Carl E. Chambers is born on a farm in the small, rural agricultural town of Givens, Texas, located just 95 miles northeast of Dallas. At the same time, the U.S. is moving into the Great Depression...

The Age of Deliverance

A few weeks ago, my wife, Beth, and I visited her grandson, Chris, and his wife, Britanny. At the time, they were expecting their first born — twin girls. Britanny said she was about ready to “deliver.” Being old-fashioned, I mentioned the fact that, in my...

A Wise Approach

When Dr. Carol Wise looks at the thousands of specimen tubes that reside in the laboratory she oversees at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, she sees not only vials filled with important DNA samples, but also the patients and families behind...

Pumpkin Bread Cheesecake

Provided by Andrew JohnsonPumpkin Bread Cheesecake - - cream cheese, eggs, granulated sugar, vanilla, canned pumpkin, vegetable oil, water, flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, ground cloves, ginger, pecans, Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray and prepare (with butter and flour) a...

The Next Page – November 2017

STAFF STREETS OF FRISCO What is your least favorite Thanksgiving food? “Anything involving cranberries. They are too sour!” -Miriam Johnson “I cannot handle sweet potato casserole … possibly because I have caught it on fire in the oven before.” -Christine Perrenot “Stuffing. 100 percent stuffing. Wet bread is gross.” -Andrew Johnson “Canned...

November 2017

In the November issue of Frisco STYLE Magazine, we are celebrating all things Thanksgiving! Readers will learn more about the presence of various religions in our community, a local military hero, a new restaurant at The Star and how to better plan for the...

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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