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Chef in Blue: Just Wait Until You Taste The Crêpes

Apple Cinnamon Crepe

My dad visited recently, thanks to an unplanned overnight layover, and we had enough time the following morning to take him out for brunch before his outbound flight. I’d seen Chef in Blue Café and Crêperie mentioned in lists for local brunch and coffee shops, and I do love crêpes, so this was a perfect opportunity … Continue Reading

RoughRider Keone Kela Could be Texas Rangers’ Future Closer

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The Frisco RoughRiders routinely provide a glimpse into the future of the Texas Rangers, their parent club. This is no more evident than in Spring Training, when multiple minor leaguers are given big league looks by the powers that be. The future of the Rangers is easy to observe in pitching prospects such as Chi Chi … Continue Reading

Frisco Events Weekend RoundUp for Friday, March 27, 2015

frisco arts in the square

Winter has fled and Spring has Sprung!  We’ve got arts, sports, and more fun things to do this weekend in Frisco! Featured this week: Arts in the Square It’s time again for the annual Arts in the Square event in Frisco Square. It’s going to be a beautiful weekend so be sure to get out … Continue Reading

6th Annual Arts in the Square, Frisco

Arts in the Square

Frisco, TEXAS (March 24, 2015) – In collaboration with the Frisco Independent School District, Frisco Square Property Owners Association presents the 6th Annual Arts in the Square, benefitting the Frisco Education Foundation and Frisco Family Services.  Frisco Square transforms into an outdoor fine arts and crafts gallery during Arts in the Square, March 28-29, 2015 … Continue Reading

Emler Swim School Teaches Frisco Kids Safety and Fun in the Water

Emler Swim School Frisco Tx

Summer is just around the corner, and many of us will be escaping the heat in pools, lakes, rivers, and other water-based recreation. If you’re a parent, water safety will be on your mind. Making sure our kids know how to swim is one of the best defenses we have. At the age of 13, … Continue Reading

Top Frisco RoughRiders Prospect Chi Chi Gonzalez Might be a Texas Ranger Soon

Chi Chi Gonzalez

After taking at look at Frisco RoughRiders Nick Williams and Nomar Mazara, two of the Texas Rangers’ top outfield prospects, it’s now time to turn our attention to one of their top-ranked pitching prospects. Chi Chi Gonzalez: On the fast track to the major-leagues Alex “Chi Chi” Gonzalez, the Texas Rangers Minor League Pitcher of … Continue Reading

Frisco Events Weekend RoundUp for Friday, March 20, 2015

scooter the rabbit

Winter has fled and Spring has Sprung!  We’ve got basketball, baseball, breakfasts, and bunnies this week in Frisco! Featured this week: Scooter in Texas. Since Spring is about here and Easter is right around the corner, we wanted to share the story of Scooter. Born without back legs and a tail, Scooter was taken in by a … Continue Reading

Texas Legends News: Former Dallas Maverick Delonte West Returns to Texas

Delonte West

The ink had just dried on the press release announcing that the Texas Legends acquired former D-League MVP Justin Dentmon, when yet another huge acquisition – this time the signing of a former NBA First Round Draft Pick  – was announced. Dentmon, in his second stint as a Texas Legend, looked very sharp in his debut … Continue Reading

Student Artist Poster Contest VIP Reception 2015

Arts in the Square

Frisco, TEXAS (March 17, 2015) – In collaboration with the Frisco Independent School District, Frisco Square presents the 6th Annual Arts in the Square, with proceeds going to the Frisco Education Foundation and Frisco Family Services. Frisco Square transforms into an outdoor fine arts and crafts gallery during Arts in the Square, March 28-29, 2015 … Continue Reading

Texas Pinball Festival Returns to Frisco!

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Although I was born in the 70s, I would consider myself a child of the 80s and, like many of you, I do still hook up my Atari and Nintendo from time to time to catch a little electronic nostalgia. My daughter, on the other hand, is just about old enough to start “accessorizing” my old GI-JOE … Continue Reading