Tag: Sep-19

Adventure is Calling

As cities like Frisco grow, it is only natural that the available area for locals to hunt and spend time in the great outdoors will shrink. For some of the more “outdoorsy” people in Frisco, now that dove season is starting, the countdown to deer...

Defying the Odds

A triathlon is a multi-sport race that combines swimming, cycling and running over various distances in one event. It can be challenging, grueling and exhilarating. A triathlon is also a lot like life. Like a triathlete, on any given day, you might experience some really...

An Economic Touchdown

According to analysts, the sports market in North America is projected to reach $73.5 billion this year. It is uncertain what portion of that market the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex comprises, but consider the following: the Dallas Cowboys alone is the most valuable sports franchise...

From the Stone Age to the Phone Age

You have, no doubt, heard of the many “ages” this old earth has gone through. There was the prehistoric Ice Age that lasted millions of years, then came the Stone Age, another prehistoric time that lasted roughly 3.4 million years, ending between 6000 and...

The “Mane” Event

If you have had the pleasure of riding a horse in the serenity of a wide-open landscape, you more than likely have experienced the intense beauty and emotion that often accompanies the experience. While the potent smell of the stables might not be the...

God Bless BBQ

Whether you are a Texas native or you got here as fast as you could, you know that barbecue is a way of life here in these parts, and Texans do not mess around when it comes to good food!  Frisco is home to restaurants...

People Helping People

A woman sits at her usual spot on the fourth floor of the Frisco Library. She looks around the room and spots a young man carrying a backpack that is too large to be just for school. There is a brief realization, then she crosses...

Meatball Sauce (with a Kick!)

- provided by Eight11 Place - olive oil, diced red onion, diced celery, diced carrots, diced fire-roasted red peppers, table-cracked pepper, Himalayan pink salt, Italian seasoning, garlic granules, crushed red pepper flakes, red wine, No. 6 cans of peeled Roma tomatoes, Sautée the...

The Sky is the Limit

Growing up in Frisco provides amazing opportunities for youth, especially when it comes to athletics, but it can also prove challenging for many kids as they work to discover their passions and pursue greatness in various activities, sports and endeavors. Having been dubbed “Sports...

September 2019

In the September 2019 issue, you'll learn all about hunting here in North Texas, athletes from Frisco and the economic impact professional sports have on our community.

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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