10 hours ago | Coffee
The fastest-growing city in the country is about to add another hot spot to its repertoire of eateries and local attractions. The Star, a 91 acre sports and entertainment district in Frisco, will be the home for the latest expansion of Ascension C...
5 days ago | Feature Stories
Breaking into the country music scene as a woman isn't easy. Sydney Anderson, a local musician, has found herself playing with a lot of cover bands and singing the national anthem too many times to count as she prepares to release her first origin...
6 days ago | Feature Stories
With summer in full swing, the blistering heat continues to come down even onto the sidewalks shaded by tall buildings, like Marcelo Garcia Jiu-Jitsu of Dallas, a martial arts studio. One might think taking a step indoors is the best escape from t...
7 days ago | Eat This
Most people associate Egypt with pharaohs, the Great Pyramids, mummies and other staples of pop culture’s version of the country. Few often think of the people, the wealthy and the peasants. “I wanted to show the other side of Egypt,” says Bosayna...
7 days ago | Feature Stories
Deep in Frisco’s Discovery Center, a man’s life is laid out in model train tracks in a 3,000-square-foot room. When no one is around, the room is quiet and dark. As the project nears completion, the site of TrainTopia, a new model train exhibit in...
11 days ago | Feature Stories
Since riding a wave of female domination in the '90s, country music radio has seen a gender imbalance for the last 18 years. Three years after Keith Hill, a country radio consultant, sparked what's known as “Tomato-Gate,” the genre isn't any close...