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Ashley Turner

Ashley grew up in Frisco and loves exploring the city’s ever-changing landscape. She has a passion for writing and storytelling and enjoys traveling, concerts, and cheering on the local sports teams. 

Indoor Activity-Based Venues to Host your Group

From sleek corporate boardrooms to cozy coffee shop corners, indoor meeting spaces offer the ideal setting for brainstorming sessions, team meetings, workshops, and networking events. Here in Sports City USA we go beyond the boardroom to deliver venues and spaces for any way you want to work and…

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Meet in Frisco – Omni Frisco Hotel at The Star

Deemed as Sports City USA, Frisco is the perfect meeting destination for sports fans and anyone who's a fan of good dining, shopping, culture, arts, and entertainment. The Omni Frisco Hotel at The Star sits on The Star District’s 91-acre campus, home to the Dallas Cowboys headquarters, practice…

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7 New Frisco Restaurants to Try in 2024

Frisco continues to expand its dining scene. Whatever you’re in the mood for, there’s a new experience to be had at every corner of the city. Here are a few restaurants new to Frisco to spice up your restaurant rotation. Sidecar Social 6770 Winning Dr, Frisco, TX 75034 The newest addition to The…

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5 Spots to Dine Outdoors in Frisco

Cooler temps means dining al fresco should be always be the move. Check out my list of patios and entertainment districts to enjoy a meal. eight |11 place | The Rail District A locally-owned wine bar and kitchen, eight | 11 place is known for its fireside patio tables, live music, and extensive…

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Finally Fall in Frisco!

Not much beats the warm, cozy feeling the fall season brings. From pumpkin-flavored everything to football and fall fun around the city, there’s plenty to experience in Frisco. Fall treats Nothing screams fall like a cup of joe and a warm pastry on a crisp, autumn morning. Visit our coffee shop…

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Celebrate Juneteenth in Frisco

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. While the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863, African Americans enslaved in Texas weren’t told they were free until June 19, 1865, more than two years later. Today, Juneteenth is…

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Must See Parks in Frisco

Frisco has over 50 parks ranging from small neighborhood parks to large community parks, parks with fishing, disc golf, the largest skatepark in North Texas, and everything in between. With weather warming up, it's the perfect time to get outside and explore all of Frisco's system of trails and…

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