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Frisco Square Announced as Developer of the Year at Frisco Chamber Celebration

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Frisco, TEXAS (January 22, 2015) – Frisco businesses and several community individuals were honored on Friday, January 16 at the 31st Annual Awards Celebration hosted by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce. Over 700 attendees watched and listened as Joe Trahan, weekend sports anchor for WFAA, announced the winners for their achievements. Frisco Square was extremely honored … Continue Reading

Dallas Cowboys Free Agent News: Can the ‘Boys Re-Sign Dez and DeMarco?


The 2014 NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys have re-signed Head Coach Jason Garrett and Defensive Coordinator Rod Marinelli. Coaching is quite important, perhaps more so in the NFL than any other professional sport. However, Garrett and Marinelli wouldn’t fare too well on an NFL field. The two big free agents that the Cowboys must contend … Continue Reading

Frisco RoughRiders Winter News: Joey Gallo, Chi Chi Gonzalez Nab Awards


With the Dallas Cowboys’ magical season coming to a close, there is perhaps no better time to take a look at the upcoming Frisco RoughRiders’ season. After all, pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in just over a month. Joey Gallo and Alex “Chi Chi” Gonzalez named Player and Pitcher of the Year Slugging … Continue Reading

Frisco Events Weekend RoundUp For Friday, January 16, 2015

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Winter Games, The Sound of Music, History, and more this weekend in Frisco, TX. It’s a new year and we’re looking for a few new writers to contribute to Lifestyle Frisco. If you’re interested, or know someone who is, contact us! Help us keep Frisco informed and add your event to our Frisco Community Calendar! Keep up with … Continue Reading

February 2015 Arts Events in Frisco Discovery Center

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February 2, 6-8PM – FREE Acting Workshop, Plano Children’s Theatre This monthly session from 6-8PM is free of charge, but you must RSVP: 972-422-2575 February 6-22 – “Perky & Zen” – Frisco Community Theatre – Black Box Theater Frisco Community Theatre presents the new comedy, “Perky & Zen,” by Paula Coco, featuring two … Continue Reading

Frisco Events Weekend RoundUp For Friday, January 9, 2015


With possible ice incoming, don’t get left out in the cold!  We have Texas Legends basketball, live improv, jazz, and NCAA Division 1 football.  Plus, there’s nothing like The Sound of Music this week in Frisco, TX! It’s a new year and we’re looking for a few new writers to contribute to Lifestyle Frisco. If … Continue Reading

Preview of 2015 NFC Divisional Playoff: Ice Bowl II – Dallas Cowboys vs Green Bay Packers

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During last Sunday’s gut-wrenchingly close NFC Wild Card game, there was an audible exhalation when Terrence Williams seized Tony Romo’s end zone toss. After all, that catch gave Dallas their first lead of the game. Indeed, the raucous rumble of hysterical Cowboys’ fans might just have triggered this week’s series of earthquakes. Thanks to that nail-biting win, the … Continue Reading

Texas Legends News: Legends defeat Austin Spurs, Lose to OKC Blue


The first weekend of 2015 presented a mixed bag to Texas Legends’ fans. The Legends started off the New Year with a bang Friday night, as they knocked off the Austin Spurs in Cedar Park, thanks in part to big games from three of their key players. However, a strong Oklahoma City Blue defense Saturday … Continue Reading

A Tour of FISD’s Home Access Center

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Schools across the country have adopted online grade reporting, and Frisco Independent School District (FISD) is no exception. The system used by FISD secondary schools is called Home Access Center, or HAC, and provides students in grades 6 through 12 and their parents/guardians a very convenient way to keep track of student progress throughout the … Continue Reading

Spring 2015 Frisco Fun Guide

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It’s here! The Spring 2015 edition of the Frisco Fun Guide landed in mailboxes and has been posted online. Don’t let the name “Spring” fool you. Classes begin in January, with selections available every month throughout spring. Residents and non-residents of all ages may register for programs offered through Frisco Parks and Recreation. If you … Continue Reading