Tag: Oct-20

SurfaceWise2 & InspectIR: Two North Texas Innovations Combating COVID-19

The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic has caused unprecedented changes to our lifestyles and the way our businesses operate. Policymakers are in the uncomfortable position of achieving a balance that minimizes the economic risks of prolonged business closures, while simultaneously addressing the threat to public...

Sew Big or Go Home!

After months of weighing the risks and considering various safety precautions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, officials finally issued a press release in July announcing the cancellation of the 2020 State Fair of Texas. There have only been a handful of times in...

Frisco Mom Receives More than Surgery

In 2016, Asia Carter, at the time a 30-year-old single mother of two, found herself staring down a breast cancer diagnosis, double mastectomy and unexpected unemployment. With limited insurance options and a scheduled reconstruction on the horizon, the Dallas-based Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery (AiRS)...

Still We Rise

In the midst of a harrowing global pandemic that has brought loss, uncertainty, heartache, impossibly tough decisions and fear stands one of the most endearing, empowering and comforting facets of our society: humanity. For months, as chaos often swirled around us, there were those...

Havin’ a Ball

The State Fair of Texas has long been known for its mouthwatering, iconic and sometimes outlandish foods. From traditional corny dogs and funnel cakes to giant turkey legs and fried butter, there is something to appeal for every appetite at the fair. Many Texans...

Frisco Businesses: Steady, Strong and Resilient

Frisco - and  everywhere  else  in  the  world  - is a very different place today than six months ago. Restaurants and parking lots aren’t as full, there’s less traffic and more people are spending time at home. Family outings, celebrations and socializing has changed. In...

Building a Bone-In Business

Food service has been John Sayklay’s business for the past three decades plus. Since 2015, his company, JR & Sons Food Distribution, has been known around the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for supplying restaurants with high-quality ingredients like beef, chicken and seafood. Before that, Sayklay...

Tomahawk Pork Chop

- Provided by Bone-In Butcher Shop - pork chops, Dijon Mustard, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, granulated garlic, coarse ground black pepper, kosher salt, dried chopped onion, Place the pork chops in a glass tray and brush each side with Extra Virgin Olive Oil.;...

Creating the Magic of Santa

Local professional photographer, Chris Fritchie, ignited his passion for photography more than 20 years ago. An award-winning photographer and member of Professional Photographers of America, Mr. Fritchie was recently recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Photographers in America, with more than...

October 2020

In the October 2020 issue, we look into how some local businesses are rising from the ashes of a global pandemic, thriving and adjusting to the new economy. We are also sharing some delicious local State Fair food that you can find right here...

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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