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September 17, 2020 College life 2020
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How to Survive College During a Pandemic

What does college life look like in 2020? A lot different than we expected it to... As a new semester commences, some students...

by Daniel Rentie
September 15, 2020 Countdown 2 escape Zan
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Let’s Get Spooky and Sweet This Season

This article is sponsored by Countdown 2 Escape. Depending on the day in Texas, you can almost feel fall (or at the very...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
August 13, 2020 Survivor Story Treasured Vessels
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A Victim of Sexual Trafficking Shares Her Story of Survival

There are more than 40 million victims of human trafficking around the world, according to statistics from the International...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
July 8, 2020 grandparents covid
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Letters to Gramma: Sending Smiles While Social Distancing

What if you could write a letter to Gramma right now? I lost my Gramma almost a year ago. I lost my Pa-Paw a couple of years...

by Brandon May
July 7, 2020 Frisco dollmaker
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The Frisco Dollmaker: Hiding Dolls and Hope in Frisco Parks

A few weeks ago, my daughter and I were taking a stroll through Frisco Commons Park when we stumbled upon a crocheted kitten...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
July 1, 2020 Empowerment Church Frisco BBQ 2020 SB
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This is What Happens When You Mix 600 Pounds of Barbecue with a Lot of Love

Featured Image: Suad Bejtovic Photography. Over the past several weeks, we've experienced difficult lows and felt division in...

by Kelly Walker
June 17, 2020 Dos and Donts of Home Renovation
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14 Do’s and Don’ts When Renovating Your Home: A Husband’s Perspective

“All the Dude ever wanted was his rug back.” – The Big Lebowski, 1998 The Big Lebowski is my all-time favorite cinematic...

by Brandon May
June 10, 2020 Frisco Starship 2
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Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Traffic in West Frisco

West Frisco traffic is busier, cuter, and more polite than I’ve ever seen before. Starting around 8:00 am each morning, a...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
June 1, 2020 summer child
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Summer Fun in the Sun: What’s Safe Outdoors During COVID-19?

Originally published on UTSWMed.org/medblog, authored by Sonja Bartolome, M.D. After several months of sheltering-in-place,...

by Nicole Barron
May 27, 2020 Zoom call tips
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8 Easy Ways to Look Your Best When Zooming

Whether you are Zoom dating, sitting in on an important meeting with your coworkers, or checking in with your family, we all need...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
May 25, 2020 Summer Reading
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Up Your Shelf-ie Game With These Summer Reading Recommendations

I crave a good book stack. It gives me a small high when I have so much "potential" education, entertainment, and escapism at...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
May 4, 2020 website laptop
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How to Help Young People Thrive During the Pandemic

I never expected to see our world come to a complete halt. I never expected to see empty aisles at the grocery store, such...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
April 29, 2020 woman smiling skincare 2
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8 Effective Skincare and Self-Care Tips You Can Do At Home

This article is sponsored by Culture A Day Spa. During self-isolation, it’s easy to fall into the wormhole of working from...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
April 22, 2020 laptop business student
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Student Startups You Should Support Right Now

Entrepreneurs are a remarkable species. They jump far out of their comfort zone to follow their dreams, even if other people...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
April 21, 2020 earth day 1
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Even the Earth Needs a Little TLC

Whether celebrating Earth Day, Earth Week, Earth Month, or Earth Every Day, the time has arrived! This week, the world...

by Jane Padgett
April 9, 2020 zoom facetime virtual social life
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9 Creative Ways to Keep Your Virtual Happy Hours Happy

There's a reason video conferencing app downloads reached a record 62 million downloads during one week in March 2020. Abruptly,...

by Nicole Barron
April 2, 2020 coyote
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How to Coexist with Urban Wildlife in Frisco 

Recently, my daughters and I were playing in a creek by our house when one of the girls froze in place and stared behind me just...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
March 20, 2020 pantry meal prep
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Fast and Easy Weeknight Meals You Can Make From Your Pantry

It's my belief that there is but one sentence in the English language that can strike universal fear into the hearts of adults...

by Meaghan Dawson
March 19, 2020 frisco city hall1
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Message from the Mayor – Mayor Jeff Cheney on the latest COVID-19 policies for Frisco

In a phone interview with Mayor Jeff Cheney this afternoon, we have the following update on COVID-19 policy for the City of...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
March 2, 2020 sorry remorse
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Sorry, Not Sorry: An Unapologetic Look at Remorse

How many times have you apologized this week? Of those apologies, how many were for legitimate offenses, and how many were for,...

by Ellen Zarate
February 25, 2020 Frisco Police Department Feb 2020
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Why Frisco Chief of Police Shilson is Proud to Be Here

Rewind back to 1999, when David Shilson is working in College Station, TX, about to meet and marry his wife. In 2002, when the...

by Kelly Walker
February 19, 2020 sunny paige frisco storefront
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Sunny Paige: A Trendy Boutique That’s Nothing but Bright

“Sunny days sweeping the clouds away…” No, this isn’t just a nostalgic toon from your favorite childhood show, it’s...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
February 13, 2020 visual learning solutions Studio Green Screen
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This is What Happens When Learning and Development is CREATIVE

Wouldn't it be nice if learning was always creative, used the latest technology, and achieved its objective in an efficient...

by Audra Balsley
February 12, 2020 Refresh Frisco 1
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How Refresh Frisco is Giving Kids a Fresh Start

With a mission to ensure that every child in our community has access to personal hygiene items, Refresh Frisco is a brand new...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
December 16, 2019 romance
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How to Write a Romantic Christmas Movie Screenplay

FADE IN: INT. LIFESTYLE FRISCO HEADQUARTERS (WENDI’S OFFICE) - DAY WENDI MCGOWAN-ELLIS sits behind her desk made of rich...

by Brandon May
December 10, 2019 Rail District Frisco Calloways Christmas
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Must-See Christmas Light Displays in Frisco

Pictured Above: The Calloway residence, 2018, historic downtown Frisco. 'Tis the season for Christmas lights! The DFW area...

by Nicole Barron
December 4, 2019 spa sauna wellness
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Seasonal Self-Care for Everyone on the Nice list

This article is sponsored by Culture A Day Spa. The weather outside is frightful, but an “Arctic Berry and Peppermint...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
December 3, 2019 frisco city hall
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Do You Want to Learn More About Frisco?

I’m a second time Frisco resident. I first moved here with my family in 2010 following a relocation opportunity offered by my...

by Yvonne Brown
November 20, 2019 SoupMobile Christmas Shoeboxes
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This is a Simple Way to Do Something Really Good This Season

Frisco has proven time and time again that we're a community of "givers". In my nine years of living here, almost everyone I...

by Yvonne Brown
November 18, 2019 entertaining tablescape
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Holiday Entertaining: Advice From a Local Wine Expert

It’s that time of year again! 'Tis the season for hustle, bustle, merry-making, and joy. It’s a time of gathering,...

by Meaghan Dawson
November 15, 2019 home porch
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Family Ties: It’s Good to Be Home

Home. It's where the heart is, there's no place like it, and you're always welcome there. What comes to mind when you...

by Kim Axtell
November 14, 2019 Community
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Frisco, Your Urgent Support is Needed for Mission Marrow

A 2019 graduate of Frisco's Heritage High School needs a stem cell donation, but due to a lack of diversity in the registry, he...

by Nicole Barron
November 8, 2019 thanksgiving
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Where to Dine Out for Thanksgiving Dinner in Frisco

Thanksgiving is one of the biggest family holidays of the year—and possibly the most delicious. Planning and executing the...

by Emily McCord
October 31, 2019 books library reading
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Having Fun Isn’t Hard When You Have a Library Card

I’m a naturally passionate person so it shouldn’t have surprised me when I started crying in the Frisco Public Library. My...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
October 16, 2019 Jeff Cheney
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Mayor Jeff Cheney Announces Re-Election Campaign

Words from Mayor Jeff Cheney: The privilege of being your Mayor has been the highest honor of my life. Thank you. I am running...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
October 3, 2019 halloween fall treats
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5 Fun (and Easy!) Parties to Host this Halloween

Halloween is the perfect opportunity to entertain! Whether you want to have a family-friendly get-together or a glam cocktail...

by Meredith McGraw
October 2, 2019 Laugh
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Disconnect from Tech and Reconnect with Your Funny Bone

Listen. Stop what you're doing for ten seconds and notice your surroundings. Did you hear anything interesting? Maybe you...

by Ellen Zarate
August 16, 2019 Molly puppy
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Foster Heroes: How to Save an Abandoned Animal’s Life

The adorable ball of fur pictured above is Molly, my dog niece. Molly joined our family last December at just 8 weeks old....

by Meredith McGraw
August 12, 2019 journal
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6 Relatable New School Year’s Resolutions for a Mom

You know that moment in June when you’re perusing the aisles of Hobby Lobby for summer-themed front door swag, then you turn...

by Nicole Barron
August 4, 2019 friends sisters girls
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A Day to Celebrate All Types of Friends

“A friend is someone who understands your past, believes in your future, and accepts you just the way you are.” –...

by Ellen Zarate
July 23, 2019
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Launching and Accelerating the Best Startups in Frisco – CodeLaunch

Get ready to LAUNCH... CodeLaunch, that is! CodeLaunch VII is an exclusive national seed accelerator and pitch competition...

by Emily McCord
July 16, 2019 30 Days of Service 2
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How 30 Days of Service Will Make You Want to Give Back

Most college students use their summer vacations for themselves. A break away from books. Less structure, more sunshine—and...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
July 8, 2019 playground-3
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Frisco to Place 10 Emergency Kiosks in City Parks

Up until a few years ago, my only knowledge about an automated external defibrillator (AED) device came from the movies. All I...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
July 1, 2019 Simple Summer Cocktails - featured
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Seven Simple Summer Cocktails

It's summertime...and the sippin's easy. As the temps climb, so does the need for an icy drink. While I'm all for a tall...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
June 6, 2019 fathers day 4
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Father’s Day in Frisco: 6 Fun Dates with Dad

Let’s hear it for the Dads! These guys work hard all year long and give so much to our families and to our community. This...

by Meredith McGraw
June 3, 2019 construction
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The Unsung Heroes of Frisco: Laborers of Love

I often see the city of Frisco as our very own Mayberry. Landscaped lawns, well-maintained roads, coffee shops on every corner....

by Stephanie Hanrahan
May 19, 2019
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Frisco’s Extraordinary Women of Hope

Last month, some extraordinary women were announced as the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s 2019 Women of Hope Award...

by Meredith McGraw
May 16, 2019 ISM_Program_LilyJones3
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Frisco Student’s Independent Work Has Global Impact

I'm proud to be involved in the Frisco Independent School District's Independent Study and Mentorship (ISM) program. And, I'm...

by Kelly Walker
May 15, 2019 clothes sorting
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3 Surprising Things KonMari Has Taught Me

I'm not a neat person. There’s no catchy punch line here; no adorable comment about that one time my throw pillows weren’t...

by Ellen Zarate
May 10, 2019 Ashley_Wright_Photography
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Mother’s Day is for Many Different Moms

There are many different women who deserve to be acknowledged on Mother’s Day. Don’t let Hallmark tell you otherwise. They...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
May 7, 2019 couple
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7 Steps to Your Best Empty Nest

“Hey, that’s cool. I still like you!” That’s what I said to my husband, six months after we became empty nesters. I...

by Ellen Zarate
May 2, 2019 worry stress woman
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From Hurt to Hope: A Mother’s Story of Survival

It’s been said that home is where the heart is, but what if home is also where the hurt is? What if within your four walls...

by Stephanie Hanrahan
April 26, 2019 UNT Opera 2
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UNT Opera to Bring Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein to Frisco

Photo courtesy of UNT Opera. Frisconians young and old, get ready for sounds of music to again permeate through Lincoln...

by Suad Bejtovic
April 5, 2019 Frisco Fair Mike Raye - 6
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At the Top the Giant Wheel I Could See Frisco’s Future

Featured Image courtesy of Mike Raye. You get a clear perspective from 108 feet. In fact, if you look hard enough, you can see...

by Mike Raye
April 2, 2019 frisco texas
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An Insider’s Guide to the 19 Projects of the North Platinum Corridor

In Spring 2018, the Frisco Economic Development Corporation announced a re-branding for an area previously known as the $5...

by Yvonne Brown
March 13, 2019 Bread butter Milk
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6 Traditional Irish Recipes You Can Try at Home

Growing up in a true Irish house, a typical scene each morning featured my mother and grandmother peeling and washing vegetables...

by Yvonne Brown
March 8, 2019 homeless man backpack
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StepUP Frisco Calls Faith Community to Action for the Homeless

Cold, dreary and misty mornings in late February heighten the plight of our neighbors living without shelter. It's one thing to...

by Mike Raye
February 20, 2019 Frisco Arts Red Carpet 2019 - 5
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Powerful Concert Brings Frisco Closer to Performance Arts Center

For the second year in a row, Frisco Association for the Arts made Valentine’s Day into an evening to remember with some...

by Suad Bejtovic
February 5, 2019 GIVE FOR FRISCO Day
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Inaugural GIVE FOR FRISCO Day – Just $14 Can Change a Life

We knew when we announced the launch of GIVE FOR FRISCO last spring in partnership with Mayor Jeff Cheney's office that this...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
January 24, 2019 Junior League of CC
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Confessions of a Junior League Cynic

When I was old enough to know better, but still too young to question everything, I learned about the Junior League. Basically,...

by Morgan Kosinski
January 11, 2019 coffee_mayor_friscom 2
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Coffee and Conversation with Mayor Jeff Cheney

This month marks the start of a new year in Frisco, but first things first - a flurry of activity to wrap up 2018. It was a...

by Kelly Walker
January 4, 2019 The Downtown Mural Project Rail District Frisco
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New Murals Honor Frisco’s Past, Present, and Future in the Rail District

As the Rail District emerges as a new brand for the central area of Historic Downtown Frisco, we can’t help but notice the...

by Yvonne Brown
December 28, 2018 happy new year 2019
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Lifestyle Frisco Top 10: Our 2018 Year In Review

It's been almost a year and a half since I stepped into the lead role here at the "blog" Scott and I started in June 2013....

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
December 6, 2018 The Family Place - Woman&Child
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The Family Place – Where Family Violence STOPS

Funny, it only costs me the breath I lose when I say, “Why didn’t she just leave?” Sadly, I’ve known many women, and...

by Morgan Kosinski
December 5, 2018 Get to Know Frisco networking
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Frisco Business Networking Guide

One of the main drivers of recent explosive growth in Frisco is a very strong business community – owners of businesses of all...

by Suad Bejtovic
December 4, 2018 Golf course
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It’s Official! PGA of America is Relocating to Frisco Texas

Following months of speculation, Frisco City Council voted to support the PGA of America relocating their headquarters to the...

by Yvonne Brown
November 29, 2018 firefighters and police - Feed-A-Hero
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Help Give a FEAST to Frisco First Responders – Feed-A-Hero

For some of our Frisco first-responders, Christmas Day is a work day like any other. Although the emergency calls never stop,...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
November 22, 2018 Jacob Argo Centennial HS mascot
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A Day in the Life of Frisco’s 2018-19 High School Mascots

If you're a resident of Frisco, the "Best Place to Raise an Athlete", you most likely love football and live for the Friday...

by Chloe Young
November 14, 2018 Steinway Event Frisco Arts 4
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Frisco Goes “Behind The Grand” with Steinway and Sons

If you attended the Frisco Arts 5K and Walk last month, you may have observed a continuation of the relationship between Frisco...

by Suad Bejtovic
November 14, 2018 thanksgiving
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Executive Chef Andrew Powers Shares His Favorite Thanksgiving Recipe

You've got ONE WEEK left to prep for the annual big Thanksgiving meal, so how about some input from a nationally-known chef?...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
October 16, 2018
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Fast Facts – Frisco ISD Bond and Tax Ratification Election

Frisco ISD is the fastest growing school district in Texas, with more than 58,000 students. The upcoming Bond and Tax...

by Meredith McGraw
October 1, 2018 Group2_Frisco Arts Youth Council
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Meet the Frisco Arts Youth Council

Photography courtesy of Suad Bejtovic Photography. If you spent any amount of time in Frisco over the last few years, you felt...

by Suad Bejtovic
September 20, 2018
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The Art of Bullet Journaling (and Why You Should Try It!)

We all have a LOT to keep track of day-to-day. Reminders, tasks, appointments, events, errand lists... Our students have their...

by Kim Axtell
September 11, 2018 gazebo downtown frisco wall mural
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Announcing Frisco’s Downtown Mural Wall Project – Call for Artists

How often do you pass the gazebo at the corner of 4th and Main street in The Rail District? Have you noticed the large mural...

by Yvonne Brown
July 4, 2018
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Feasibility Study Reveals the Demand for a Performing Arts Venue in Frisco

As someone who's tired of driving to Richardson to see a recital or to Dallas for a musical, I was eager to sit in on the recent...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
June 14, 2018 internship students
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NBCF Announces Student Selections for FISD High School Internship Program

Frisco ISD and National Breast Cancer Foundation, alongside fellow Frisco companies including Careington, Jamba Juice, LaunchPad...

by Nicole Barron
June 12, 2018 give-for-frisco
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Announcing Launch of “GIVE FOR FRISCO” – Supporting and Promoting Our Nonprofits

Announced today from the stage at the Frisco Chamber of Commerce "State of the City" luncheon, Lifestyle Frisco is proud to...

by Scott Ellis
May 9, 2018 Frisco Arts Walk
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The Future of HALL Park – World-Class Performing Arts Center Coming to Frisco

Tonight, arts philanthropist, chairman and founder of HALL Group, Craig Hall revealed his master plan to a packed house in a...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
May 7, 2018 driveai-vehicle
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The Future is Here – Self-Driving Cars Come to Frisco

The City of Frisco, Denton County Transportation Authority, HALL Group, The Star, Frisco Station Partners, and Drive.ai made a...

by Scott Ellis
May 1, 2018 unt-campus-coming-to-frisco
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UNT To Open Campus In Frisco

On Tuesday, May 1, 2018, Frisco City Council voted 5-0 to approve a master development plan that will bring a University of North...

by Scott Ellis
April 26, 2018 Frisco North Platinum Corridor
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North Platinum Corridor the Next Chapter in Frisco’s Success Story

If you live in or around Frisco, you're likely familiar with references to the "Five Billion Dollar Mile" -- a one mile...

by Yvonne Brown
April 17, 2018 Frisco Chamber Field Day
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Frisco’s “Ultimate Adult Field Day” Back For Fourth Year

For the fourth year in a row, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce will take the concept of team-building to another level with their...

by Suad Bejtovic
April 11, 2018 women at work - Marsha Clark and Associates
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Ways Women Lead: Creating High-Performance Teams and the POWER of Self

Between the #metoo movement, the #enough gun activism campaign, and the pay inequality gap, there’s been a lot of buzz in...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
April 10, 2018 Bluebonnets Texas
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Experience the Best Texas Bluebonnets In Frisco and Beyond

Spring is truly in the air with warmer temperatures becoming the norm and families enjoying all things outdoors. It's also Texas...

by Yvonne Brown
February 7, 2018 young women team - Marsha Clark and Associates
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Trust Talk for Teams through the POWER of Self

Ladies, do you remember those days? The days of the "all for one and one for all" kind of camaraderie that came from team...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
February 1, 2018 winners - Cheney FUNdraiser
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First Ever FUN-draiser for Mayor Jeff Cheney

On Wednesday, January 24th, Dana and Jeff Cheney were the honorees at Frisco's first FUN-draiser... A fundraiser for the Mayor...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
January 23, 2018 Winter Reading Recommendations
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Stay Warm, Read a Book. Winter Reading Recommendations

Winter is here, and it brought freezing temperatures along for the ride. If you're anything like me, you've been huddled in...

by Liz Edelbrock
December 30, 2017 Year End
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Lifestyle Frisco Top 12: Our 2017 Year in Review

I stepped into the role of Editor-in-Chief in August of 2017 and my heart is thankful. I'm thankful for this means of...

by Nicole Barron
December 15, 2017 successful boss woman - Marsha Clark and Associates
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Self Awareness, Perceptions, and the POWER of Self

As I continue my series of growth along this personal and intimate journey to become a better leader and CEO for this...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
November 15, 2017 Friendsgiving Dinner Party
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How to Host a Fabulous Frisco Friendsgiving

Do you Friendsgiving? Because if you don't, you should. Friendsgiving is all the good of Thanksgiving, without the stress of...

by Liz Edelbrock
November 14, 2017 Memorial High School Frisco TX
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Interview with Memorial High School Principal Jennifer Redden

If you're like me, you can't help but wonder about Memorial High School off of Eldorado Pkwy. It sits empty, awaiting rezoned...

by Korinna Kirchhoff
October 20, 2017 boss woman business Marsh Clark
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Slow Down to Speed Up – Wisdom from the POWER of Self

I've decided to do it... get naked with you. Not in the embarrassing, "it's kinda cold for that" kinda way, but I'm inviting...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
October 4, 2017 Frisco Santa Pub Crawl
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Fourth Annual Frisco Santa Pub Crawl

I know… It’s only the first week of October, but you’ll thank me for talking about Christmas before Halloween when you hear...

by Nicole Barron
September 14, 2017 Frisco-Online and Lifestyle Frisco
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FRISCO-ONLINE MERGES INTO LIFESTYLE FRISCO

Top Two Online Media Brands Partner For First-Ever Hyper-Local Media Company Lifestyle Frisco, a hyper-local, digital first, new...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
September 13, 2017 2017 North Texas Giving Day
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Make an Impact in Frisco on North Texas Giving Day

On September 14, the ninth annual North Texas Giving Day will offer 2,500 nonprofits the opportunity to gain exposure and reach...

by Karen Fish
September 8, 2017 The Cure Starts Now
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Raising Awareness and Funds for Pediatric Research – The Cure Starts Now

It started with one child. It started with just one heart. Sydney Reece Bjornberg was a vibrant, beautiful, smart, kind,...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
July 20, 2017 PWZ band pic
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Faces of Frisco: Dad by Day Rock Star by Night, Ryan Singleton

If you've lived in Frisco for any length of time, you've noticed that everyone is busy. Happily busy, I think, but nonetheless...

by Nicole Barron
July 13, 2017 summer reading book
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Summer Reading Recommendations

Poolside, on a plane, in a coffeehouse, or while "the littles" take a nap... Wherever you can find a few moments to yourself...

by Nicole Barron
June 7, 2017 population
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Just How BIG Will Frisco Become?

All you have to do is get on the Dallas North Tollway or Preston Road... Maybe even a "quick" (ahem, not really) cruise down...

by Brandon Novara
June 6, 2017 kerri burton
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Faces of Frisco: Kerri Burton

Kerri Burton is one of the most energetic and enthusiastic fitness instructors I've met. And, when it comes to fitness classes,...

by Scott Ellis
June 1, 2017 RoughRiders Red Ale Franconia
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RoughRiders Red Ale Now Available

Give Chuck Greenberg a great deal of credit for this one. Ever since Greenberg, the former Managing Partner and CEO of the Texas...

by Stephen Hunt
May 5, 2017 vote frisco
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Frisco General Election Information and Results 2017

Election Day is Saturday, May 6. 14,151 (15.89% of registered) voters took part in this Frisco election out of 89,047...

by Scott Ellis
April 30, 2017 dana cheney and family in frisco
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Faces of Frisco: Dana Cheney

Welcome to the inaugural article of "Faces of Frisco" - those people sometimes out in front, sometimes behind the scenes, but...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
March 13, 2017 scotch
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Savoring Spirits – the Frisco Scotch Society

Frisco's growth is coming from people all across the country... Men and women who are here to take advantage of our fantastic...

by Brandon Novara
March 6, 2017 Ready to Read
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Ready to Read Railroad at Frisco Public Library – presented by Leadership Frisco XIX

As if we are not already spoiled by our Frisco Library... Last year we were treated to a new interactive structure aptly called...

by Yvonne Brown
February 27, 2017 pregnant couple
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Date Ideas For Pregnant Couples in Frisco

Being in a marriage, or any long-term relationship, can feel like a roller coaster. Some days (and months) are better than...

by Brandon Novara
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