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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 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
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 27, 2017
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Frisco Celebrates Diversity and Cultures at MLK Scholarship Gala

On Friday, January 12th, starting at 7pm, Linking Cultures of Frisco will host the "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
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
December 15, 2017 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 workday like any other. Although the emergency calls never stop,...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
December 6, 2017 Christmas in Frisco Square
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7 Must-See Christmas Light Displays in Frisco

Pictured Above: Christmas in the Square, Frisco, TX. Photo Credit:  Suad Bejtovic Photography 'Tis the season for Christmas...

by Emily McCord
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
November 8, 2017
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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 Nicole Barron
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 28, 2017 summer roadtrip
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5 Places to Road Trip in 5 Hours or Less

Frisco has so many interesting things going on that generally I don’t see a reason to venture south of 635. Much less go...

by Nicole Barron
July 20, 2017 Passing With Zeros 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
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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 frisco elections
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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
April 4, 2017 Stonebriar_The Tarvern_020
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7 Places For Your Special Event in Frisco

What was once the small, cozy little town of Frisco has become the premier place to work, live, and play in North Texas. We value...

by Nicole Barron
March 13, 2017
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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 Railroad at Frisco Library
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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
February 8, 2017
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ART IN THE ATRIUM 14 – Call for Artists

With a deadline of Monday, February 20th, the Frisco Public Art Program "Art in the Atrium 14" has issued a call to all...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
January 18, 2017
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Out-Smarted Again by My 5-Year-Old Grandson

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC. I have a MBA, and many other accreditations, earned over...

by Harry Smeenk
January 10, 2017
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RED 2017 Exhibition at Gallery8680

I see RED I see RED I see RED In a call for artists to submit work, the Gallery8680 will be hosting a curated art exhibition...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
January 9, 2017 frisco city hall
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Classes for the Curious at the Frisco Public Library

Before I moved to Frisco, I can't remember the last time that I visited a library. Maybe in school, but that was way too long...

by Brandon Novara
January 2, 2017 frisco-heritage-center
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Frisco: A Year in Review

Wow! Another year has gone by... Everyone's older; we have a new President; and a new Star Wars movie. Looking back at your...

by Brandon Novara
December 19, 2016
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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Beer

Summer has always been the one season that you can find time for a cold beer... sitting by the pool, grilling some burgers, or...

by Brandon Novara
December 14, 2016
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As Frisco Grows Frisco Rotary Keeps Evolving

In 1905, the Rotary Club was founded in Chicago. The organization got its name because in its early days, members used to...

by Stephen Hunt
December 12, 2016 letter to frisco
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A Christmas Letter to Frisco

Dear Frisco, It's been only 6 years since I made the move from Michigan to your city limits with nothing more than a 16-hour...

by Brandon Novara
October 28, 2016 haunted-house
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Frisco Haunts and Urban Legends

Urban legends and ghostly tales are part of almost every small town in the country. Ghastly stories of murder, accidental deaths,...

by Brandon Novara
October 20, 2016 exorcist
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The Must-Watch Scary Movies for the Halloween Season

Halloween is just around the corner, and I don't know about you, but I couldn't be happier. Haunted houses, spooky decorations,...

by Brandon Novara
October 13, 2016
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Tara’s Tasty Table – A Cooking Wunderkind in Frisco

Tara O’Donnell is 13 years old, and like any typical 8th grader, she likes cheerleading, art, swimming, shopping, and food. But...

by Yvonne Brown
September 28, 2016 library-books
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Live Chat Now Available at Frisco Public Library

As part of its ongoing effort to provide convenient access to media, information, and resources for Frisco residents, Frisco...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
September 12, 2016
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Five Questions With Frisco High School Football Coach Vance Gibson

Frisco High School football coach Vance Gibson is the "dean" of coaches here. Since 2005, when he accepted the job to coach the...

by Stephen Hunt
September 6, 2016 911memorial-warren-sports-complex-frisco
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Two of the Most Peaceful Places in Frisco

As someone who has lived in Frisco since November 2003, I have naturally seen our fair 'burb change a great deal over the past...

by Stephen Hunt
August 31, 2016
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Flowtography: Where Poetry and Photography Intersect

Local artist, Chet Tucker, in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department with the City of Frisco, presents his first...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
August 2, 2016 frisco-pool
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5 Ways To Stay Cool In A Frisco Summer

When I first moved here from Michigan I wasn't prepared for how hot the summers could be . Of course anything over 75 felt hot...

by Brandon Novara
July 12, 2016 hiring
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3 Deadly Mistakes To Avoid When Hiring

Co-Authored By Krisandra Parsons & Mark Demos  This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by...

by Krisandra Parsons
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Three Pieces Of Advice To Build Confidence For Public Speaking

I do a lot of public speaking and there’s no arguing that I’m pretty good at it. I hit the stage as a 30-something somewhere...

by Scott Ellis
June 21, 2016 wine cellar frisco
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How to Choose Wine When You Know Nothing About Wine

A very common question I get is how to choose a wine when there are so many options. It is easy to get overwhelmed by the...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
June 13, 2016
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Empathy Is One Of My Keys To Business Success

Empathy. It’s one of the biggest things to which I attribute my success. It’s the reason I believe that I am one of the great...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
June 6, 2016 The-Customer-is-Always-Right-Unless-You-Want-Their-Money
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The Customer is Always Right As Long As You Want Their Money

For some context, I grew up in a retail store where we would have 100s, and eventually 1000s, of people come through the store...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
May 30, 2016 My-Advice-for-First-Time-Entrepreneurs
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My Advice For First-Time Entrepreneurs

I’ve said it time and time again: Entrepreneurship is hard and it’s not for everyone. If, after taking a realistic personal...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
May 16, 2016 There-is-no-difference-between-marketing-for-nonprofit-businesses
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NonProfit Marketing: The Same Rules Apply

I want to set the record straight: Nonprofit marketing is not different from for-profit marketing. Plain and simple. The same...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
May 10, 2016 Meditation-will-become-the-next-big-wave-in-business
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Meditation…The Next Big Business Wave

There’s a big up-and-coming space in business in the next 5 years. Much like what happened in NYC with fitness gyms like...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
May 8, 2016 frisco elections
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Frisco, TX Election Results for May 7, 2016

City council candidates must receive 50 percent +1 vote to be declared a winner. If no candidate receives enough votes, the top...

by Scott Ellis
May 2, 2016 Nobody-Can-Define-Who-You-Are
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Nobody Can Define Who You Are

Back in the day when I was doing Wine Library TV, I got a lot of flack for commenting about sports or cultural events on social...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
April 26, 2016 theres-no-undefeated-in-entrepreneurship
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There’s No Undefeated in Entrepreneurship

Way too many of you dwell on your losses and it’s holding you back. Look, I get it—losing hurts. But, unless that setback is...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
April 19, 2016
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Friendship and Fundraising – The Frisco Womens League

With a mission of strengthening our community and each other through volunteering, friendship and fundraising, the Frisco...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
April 18, 2016 twitter
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Twitter Still Has A Massive Opportunity For Your Business

When people ask me what the best tip is for their new business, or any business for that matter, the answer often surprises...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
April 12, 2016 mountain-lion
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5 Animals You May Not Know We Have in Frisco, TX

We live in the city, but Frisco is not far removed from the country. There are a number of surprising animals whose range...

by Scott Ellis
April 3, 2016 spring-swing
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Bring The Spring! Fun Things To Do In Frisco, TX

This cold weather and winter apocalypse part un, deux, and trois have just really got me down. I’m pretty over it. There’s...

by Lydia Boyce
March 28, 2016 snapchat-filters
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How to Create Snapchat’s New GeoFilters

Less than a month ago, Snapchat opened custom on-demand geofilters to everyone. Industry news was excited, but for how amazing of...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
March 22, 2016 employee training
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4 Easy and Fun Ways To Train Your Employees On A Budget

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  During a recent conversation with a friend and...

by Buddy Broyles
March 15, 2016 business meeting
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How Advisory Boards & User Groups are Keys to Product Development Success

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  It starts with a great product idea. But many...

by Neal Reizer
March 14, 2016 employee-accountability
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The Best Way To Hold Employees Accountable

Something I have encountered on a daily basis throughout the process of growing both my family business Wine Library, and my...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
March 8, 2016 5-Questions-every-employee-should-ask-their-CEO
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5 Things Every Employee Should Ask Their CEO

Recently, on my YouTube show, my editor in chief Steve Unwin asked me a question that I thought was very poignant and...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
March 7, 2016
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Meet Chris Johnson, President of Frisco Downtown Merchants Association

In the midst of all the growth and construction throughout Frisco, it’s important we don’t forget about our historic downtown...

by Yvonne Brown
March 1, 2016 Twitter-Article
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Flying With A Wounded Wing: Why Twitter Still Has More Than A Chance

Dear Twitter, I have always loved you and I always will. As I sit here writing this, I can’t help but think how excited I am...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
February 25, 2016 frisco city hall
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Frisco City Council Elections May 2016 – Meet The Candidates

Two seats in Frisco City Council are up for grabs in the May 2016 election and each seat has 3 candidates. Jeff Cheney will be...

by Scott Ellis
February 23, 2016 marketing-technology
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How Frisco’s Mindtap Marketing Levels the Competitive Playing Field

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC. Examples of disruptive technology changing the landscape...

by Lee De La Houssaye
February 22, 2016 marketing-in-2016
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Marketing In The Year 2016

If you clicked on this article thinking that I’m going to tell you to make a Facebook page, boy are you wrong. Maybe I would...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
February 16, 2016 hackathon
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How Hackathons Are The Way NTEC Does Business

Image by Sebastiaan ter Burg This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC. Hack used to be a bad...

by Scott Ellis
February 16, 2016 Are-Entrepreneurs-Born-or-Made
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The Entrepreneurial Spirit: Are Entrepreneurs Born or Made?

We have just lived through the greatest era of fake entrepreneurs. An era where people believed that raising several millions...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
February 8, 2016 Company-Issues-and-Solutions
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4 Common Company Problems and Solutions That Demand Attention

As we go into this New Year, I wanted to round up four problems you may face as a company leader in 2016 and offer my solutions...

by Gary Vaynerchuk
February 2, 2016 hacker
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Secret Agent Man: Shining a Light on the Deep Dark Web

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  A super-secret task force, is tracking down a...

by Jason Wilkie
January 27, 2016 internet-of-things-iot frisco
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Rise of The Internet Of Things With Frisco Based HgS Results

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  Forget writing grocery lists. And forget forgetting...

by Harry Smeenk
January 19, 2016 mobile-development-and-design
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The Frisco Bootcamp Almost Guaranteed To Get You A Job

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  When it comes to technology, there's no shortage of...

by Kevin Harris
January 12, 2016 frisco-startup
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Finding The Right Co-Founder For Your New Startup

This post is part of the Tech Tuesday series brought to you by NTEC.  When I started my first company, my biggest challenge...

by Chirag Gupta
December 9, 2015
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Local Author Derek Blount Offers the Perfect Christmas Gift

With almost 5 years in Frisco, I’m still in awe of our fabulous Frisco Library.  I try to explain this to people... It’s not...

by Yvonne Brown
November 17, 2015 ntec frisco
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Valify : Frisco Startup Finds Solution To Healthcare’s Biggest Problem

This is the first of a weekly column presented by the North Texas Enterprise Center, or NTEC, Frisco’s only business...

by Susy Solis
September 15, 2015
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Purge the Pantry lands in Phillips Creek Ranch!

So what does it take to make a village these days? Witch doctors are hard to find and hunting parties in the streets are...

by Sean Heatley
August 4, 2015 Frisco City Hall Train Sculpture
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Frisco, TX – State of the City

In June the Frisco Chamber of Commerce held a luncheon with George Purefoy that attracted 400 people, the most ever for the...

by Scott Ellis
July 15, 2015 computer user
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AT&T GigaPower Now Available In Frisco – 1GB Home Internet

I work in technology (this site is a testament to that) so it's true for me, there is no such thing as enough bandwidth. If...

by Scott Ellis
July 10, 2015 rum-bottles
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Frisco Group Petitioning To Extend Alcohol Sales In The City

A new group in Frisco called the Frisco Committee for Economic Growth is petitioning to extend alcohol sales in Frisco. The...

by Scott Ellis
June 16, 2015 IDENTITY portrait painting
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gallery8680 Call for Artists “IDENTITY” Show

On Friday, July 31, the gallery8680 will open its doors at 7pm for an art exhibition entitled "Identity" with a goal to...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
April 26, 2015
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Frisco’s $268 Million Bond Package and What You Need to Know

Early voting for the 2015 Frisco Bond package starts tomorrow, Monday, April 27th, through Tuesday, May 5th.  Official voting...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
March 6, 2015 frisco independence high school drill team
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IHS Royals Hit the Ground Dancing

The Frisco Independence High School drill team made quite a splash in their first year. The Royals, directed by Brittany...

by Britta Wilmore
February 12, 2015 couple-in-window
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19 Options for a Frisco Valentine’s Day

It's here again. February 14th is just around the corner, providing an opportunity to celebrate our special significant others....

by Yvonne Brown
February 10, 2015 frisco-heritage-center
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Happy 113th Birthday, Frisco!

On Sunday, February 15, 2015 the Frisco Heritage Center will be celebrating the city of Frisco's 113th birthday. There are a...

by Scott Ellis
February 5, 2015 earth-911-tv
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Frisco’s Own Earth911 Brings Sustainability To The Masses

I'll bet you didn't know that one of the biggest, oldest, and most popular sustainability websites on the internet is based...

by Scott Ellis
January 5, 2015 spring in frisco tx
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Spring 2015 Frisco Fun Guide

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...

by Nicole Barron
January 5, 2015 2015
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New Year’s Resolutions – Frisco, TX Edition

When you hear the phrase "New Year's Resolution," what's the first thing that comes to mind?  Fitness goals, right?...

by Nicole Barron
December 30, 2014 frisco-heritage-center
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Frisco Chamber Award Celebration Finalists Announced

Finalists for the Frisco Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Award Celebration have been narrowed to a few select businesses.   From...

by Britta Wilmore
December 29, 2014 christmas-in-the-square-frisco-tx-straight-on
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Community Spotlight: 5 Questions for Jeff Trykoski

For nearly 10 years, Jeff Trykoski has choreographed the stunning holiday lights-to-music in Frisco Square.  Jeff is a busy man...

by Nicole Barron
December 15, 2014 Christmas in the Square, Frisco TX
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Where to View the Best Christmas Light Displays in Frisco

By now, everyone who plans to put up Christmas lights this year has probably done so. Have you hopped in the car, cocoa in hand,...

by Nicole Barron
November 21, 2014
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Chef Grant Hunter from Perry’s Steakhouse in Frisco Shares His Favorite Thanksgiving Recipe

In all of the excitement of the Perry's Steakhouse Grand Opening this week, we know that Thanksgiving is next week and we would...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
November 6, 2014 The Miracle League of Frisco
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Community Spotlight: 5 Questions for The Miracle League of Frisco

"Because every child deserves the chance to play." This is the conviction which drives The Miracle League of Frisco. A...

by Nicole Barron
October 10, 2014 frisco community spotlight fire chief mark piland
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Community Spotlight: 5 Questions for Fire Chief Mark Piland

In April 2013, Fire Chief Mark Piland arrived in Frisco ready to lead our rapidly growing Fire Department. We are fortunate...

by Nicole Barron
September 8, 2014 Open Classical DFW
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Open Classical kicks off a new season of Artist Series chamber music, AROUND THE WORLD AND BEYOND

Known for producing innovative classical music performances with a welcoming spirit, Open Classical kicks off its second season...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis
August 27, 2014 Frisco City Hall Train Sculpture
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Frisco Bucket List – Be a Tourist in your own Town!

I often find myself in conversation with other moms about things to do for the whole family on weekends, without...

by Yvonne Brown
August 13, 2014 Independence HS Royals Drill Team
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Dancing to the Top at Frisco’s Newest High School – Independence H.S. Drill Team

The doors have not officially opened at Frisco's new Independence High School, but the IHS Royal's Varsity drill team...

by Sheryl Ambers
August 12, 2014 apple and school books
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Back to School in Frisco ISD 2014, Tears and Cheers

On August 25, we send our kids back to school.  Will there be tears, or cheers? Believe it or not, it has been 11 weeks...

by Nicole Barron
July 2, 2014
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Frisco Arts vs. Video Game Museum

The City of Frisco is considering Request for Proposals for the 15,200 sq. ft. "Special Event Center" in the Frisco Discovery...

by Wendi McGowan-Ellis