Frisco’s Texas Pinball Festival

COVID-19 has canceled the 2020 and 2021 festival but pinball gained pace as a lot of people bought pinball machines during the lockdown, making it possible for a successful comeback according to an Audacy article from March 26. They say,  “The Texas Pinball Festival is back in Frisco this weekend after a two-year break. The… Continue reading Frisco’s Texas Pinball Festival

Luka Doncic Meets Make-A-Wish Teenager

Before Luka Doncic and the Mavericks went head to head against the Utah Jazz, Doncic made some time to meet a 16 year old Frisco Teenager Callum Stewart from Make-A-Wish according to a Dallas Morning News article from March 27. They say, “Callum knew that Luka Doncic was coming. After all, it was part of… Continue reading Luka Doncic Meets Make-A-Wish Teenager

Uncle Julio’s Opening in Frisco

Just 3 months into 2022, 30 year old restaurant Uncle Julio’s will be opening their first Frisco location and they are declaring that it’s already their perfect location according to an Audacy article from March 15 which reports,  “Texans don’t mess around when it comes to eating Tex-Mex. While some prefer the lesser known restaurants,… Continue reading Uncle Julio’s Opening in Frisco

Russo’s New York Pizza lands in Frisco

Frisco will be the home of another pizza place as Russo’s New York Pizza from Houston opens a new location for Justin and Rasmee Arden near Main Street Village according to a Dallas Morning News article from April 12. They say,  “A franchise location of the fast-casual pizza joint will join the action near Main… Continue reading Russo’s New York Pizza lands in Frisco

$24.4 Million Grant Comes to Dallas

After a horrible winter storm last year, federal grant in the amount of $24.4 million is on the way to accommodate the losses and impacts sustained in Dallas according to a Dallas Morning News article from March 22 which reports,  “The money is part of $2.9 billion being given by the U.S. Department of Housing… Continue reading $24.4 Million Grant Comes to Dallas

Corner Bakery Stops its Services

Dallas lost another restaurant as Corner Bakery Cafe closed down its business and the reason for its closure is because of an internal conflict with the landlord according to a Dallas Morning News article from March 16. They say,  “Corner Bakery Cafe in Dallas’ Plaza at Preston Center is closed after the landlord posted a… Continue reading Corner Bakery Stops its Services

Woolly Mammoth Project Receives Colossal Funding 

Colossal Biosciences is hoping to bring Woolly Mammoths back to the present as part of a de-extinction and species preservation project according to a Fortune article from March 9 which reports,  “Mammoths are “like the cuddly version of a velociraptor,” said Colossal founder and Harvard University geneticist George Church in a call announcing the funding.… Continue reading Woolly Mammoth Project Receives Colossal Funding 

Frisco New Medical Project Building

A 60,000 square-foot medical building which will be aided by Transwestern Real Estate Services to provide lease will be setting ground north of Frisco according to a Community Impact article from March 14 which reports,  “Construction on a new, 60,000-square-foot medical office building immediately north of a Frisco hospital will soon be underway. A 15,000-square-foot… Continue reading Frisco New Medical Project Building

Cafe Baonecci in Frisco

A lot of people were shocked and saddened when a favorite Italian restaurant called Baonecci Ristorante closed down but people, especially those in Dallas, are in for a treat after its successor restaurant opens in Frisco according a  “Baonecci Ristorante, a treasured Italian eatery located in the heart of North Beach for more than 15… Continue reading Cafe Baonecci in Frisco

New Drive In Restaurant Project Pollo Comes to Dallas

Project Pollo specializing in a drive through restaurant opens in Dallas to serve vegetarian food according to a Dallas Morning News article from March 7. They say,  “A drive-through restaurant named Project Pollo has zoomed onto Dallas’ Greenville Avenue. The founder aims to replace consumers’ fast-food cravings with an equally fast spot. But they don’t… Continue reading New Drive In Restaurant Project Pollo Comes to Dallas