Tag: Sep-17

A City of Champions

Throughout Frisco, at pretty much any given time, it is easy to find sports teams out giving it their all beneath the blazing sun, sharpening their skills and stopping at nothing to better themselves and their teams. Whether moms and dads are teaching young...

Fish Tales

A recent phone call from my friend, Larkin Vandeventer, opened a floodgate of memories for me. He invited me over to his workshop where he has a fine collection of fishing gear. The collection includes an old tackle box that once belonged to my dad,...

Food with Flair

An arepa is grilled cornmeal cake often served in Latin American cuisines. In other words, an arepa is a sandwich with a Venezuelan influence. On a recent Sunday, a friend and I decided to be a little more adventurous and trade in our usual...

Exemption Excitement

Property tax relief is hard to come by. It is not every day homeowners get a tax break, so in June, when Frisco’s city council announced its first-ever homestead exemption, there was reason for residents to feel good. Going into fiscal year 2018, the...

Where Passion Meets Purpose

To hear Toni Munoz-Hunt describe the land from which she hails is something straight out of a storybook. It is very much enchanting, like the nickname it was given so long ago. Ms. Munoz-Hunt admits this is her very favorite time of year, as...

September 2017

In the September issue, we cover everything sports and leisure related in our community. Get behind-the-scenes information about championship games hosted here in Frisco, a unique sports organization for kids with disabilities, the local dance industry and so much more.

A Collector’s Paradise

When most basketball fans want to see artifacts and memorabilia from their favorite sport, their preferred destination is Springfield, Mass., and the hallowed halls of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. However, longtime Frisco resident Walt Kaser, 79, has a much shorter trip...

Talent On Pointe

Just imagine that the curtains open, spotlights shine and a stage is set, ready for what is yet to unfold. The crowd’s anticipation coupled with the ballet dancers’ precise concentration primes the night for a spectacular show. The Frisco Ballet is an organization centered around...

Hooked on Adventure

Pat and Rebecca DePole married in June 1994, on a mountainside in Telluride, Colo. On that day, Mr. DePole told his bride he could not promise they would live a prosperous life, but he guaranteed they would have an adventurous one. And, so, the...

The Next Page – September 2017

STAFF STREETS OF FRISCO What is your favorite Frisco sporting event to attend? “My family really enjoys the RoughRiders games… my kids mostly for the snacks!” -Leah Ratliff “I like going to FC Dallas games. They have a great atmosphere.” -Andrew Johnson  “I love the NCAA FCS Football Championship game....

Barbecue for a Cause

What could be better on a crisp October day than some good old-fashioned Texas barbecue? The hundreds of people who come out to the Camp Craig Allen Annual BBQ Cook-Off might answer “nothing,” except maybe the cause they are cooking for. Camp Craig Allen was...

Fit for a Miracle

Saturday mornings are typically a time for Frisco families to sleep in and enjoy not having to wake up to a blaring alarm clock. However, for the many children and parents participating in the Miracle League of Frisco, Saturday morning means it is game...

Barbecue Sauces

Check out these barbecue sauces from our September 2017 issue!Barbecue Sauces - - Jalapeño Peach Barbecue Sauce: butter, peaches ((pitted, peeled & chopped)), chopped onion, garlic cloves ((minced)), apple cider vinegar, ketchup, water, Worcestershire sauce, brown sugar, molasses, salt, black pepper, mustard powder,...

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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