Tag: Oct-17

Halloween Monster Cookies

Halloween Monster Cookies - - Double Chocolate Chip Cookies Ingredients: semi-sweet chocolate chips, flour, baking soda, salt, butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs, Icing Ingredients: powdered sugar, vanilla extract, milk, shortening, butter, For Cookies: Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Combine the flour,...

2017 Best of Business

Though much of the focus on Frisco in recent years has been dedicated to its rapid growth and development, it is because of our local business climate that we can proudly say our city is one of the best in the country. It takes...

Filling in the Gaps

The thought of a trip to the dentist’s office can send some people into a panic. Maybe it is the ominous whirring sound of the drill or the sight of sharp, pointy probes that puts them on edge. It may help ease petrified patients’...

Pounding the Pavement

Sue Chapman, the president of the Frisco nonprofit organization Becky’s Hope Horse Rescue, needed seed money — literally. Last year, the organization decided to plant hay on its 200-acre property, located at State Highway 121 between Independence Parkway and Coit Road, to feed the...

Tell Me a Story…

If you have never heard of the Lone Star Storytelling Festival, you are in for a treat. For the past 13 years, the Frisco Public Library has organized this event and the fourteenth year promises to build on the solid reputation and be the...

Passion for Progress

Passion is the fuel of progress. Without passion, quite literally, our country, and our beloved city of Frisco, would not exist. Businesses would not bloom. Life-saving research would not find cures. Advancements in technology would stagnate. Entertainment would wither. Even our individual reasons for...

Meet Me for Brunch

On a recent dull and rainy Sunday morning, while the clock inched towards noon and my stomach growled loudly, I decided brunch sounded like just the thing to hit the spot. Cantina Laredo, with its many locations all over the country, boasts a menu...

A Celebration of Local Talent

Last October, on a crisp, fall day, the Frisco Music Scene hosted their first annual Whistlestop Jamboree event at the Frisco Rail Yard and it was a roaring success. The group is excited to announce they are expecting an even bigger crowd for their...

Creating a Legacy

We give back to our community, not because it is a duty, but because we are grateful. Think about the doors that open when we open our hearts and love other people. Education, compassion, family and faith are threads that are woven into the...

The Life God Gave Me

I have a beautiful life … a blessed life, but it is not the life I ever imagined I would have — one that included burying my son.  Around the time my husband and I had been married four years, we began to talk about growing...

Musical Musings

John Holt, the professor of trumpet at the University of North Texas (UNT) and chair of the division of instrumental studies, is also the principal trumpet at The Dallas Opera. Mr. Holt uses the word “magical” many times when he talks about his 40-year...

October 2017

The October Best of Business issue of Frisco STYLE features some of the top-notch businesses in the area. Learn more about an innovative youth council here in Frisco and get the scoop on the upcoming Whistlestop Jamboree at the Frisco Railyard and the Lone...

The Next Page – October 2017

STAFF STREETS OF FRISCO If you were stranded on an island, what is one item you would want to have with you? “I would bring my knife so I could hunt for food and make shelter.” -Andrew Callen “I would want to bring a journal. You might as...

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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