OK, gentlemen. You’ve waited patiently for your turn. Last month, we brought you our Ladies issue—it is ladies first, after all—and this month, we present our “Gents” issue, celebrating all things masculine. Of course, there’s Father’s Day on June 16—we hope you enjoy your weekend with a great round of golf, an amazing camping trip … Continued
MSU – Texas Flower Mound Celebrates One Year MSU – Texas Flower Mound is coming up on its first year of being open. Currently, there are 250 students enrolled, and projections look to a fall enrollment of approximately 300 students. Bachelor’s and master’s degrees are offered in areas such as nursing, education, human resources, sports administration, … Continued
Community members and swimmers from Flower Mound, Hebron, Lewisville and Marcus High School's swim teams recently participated in the Rotary Club of Flower Mound’s memorable Swimarathon to End Polio Now. The group raised more than $10,000 and swam a total of 2,254 laps with Flower Mound High School swim team claiming the Swimarathon trophy for the … Continued
Situated in Parker Square among the modern-day hustle and bustle of Flower Mound is the time capsule known as Back-N-Time Barber Shop, where customers gather each day for a haircut, shave and a dose of nostalgia.
The Fifth Annual Boots & Blessings Gala took place on Saturday, April 6 at Austin Ranch to benefit Ally’s Wish. The Flower Mound-based organization grants wishes to mothers battling terminal illnesses so they may create lasting memories with their loved ones. TV personality Scott Murray served as emcee, and guests enjoyed barbecue dinner, a lively auction and dancing. Photography by Bob Manzano
My husband has always enjoyed his hobbies. When I met him, there was the model airplane phase, followed by the micro-brewing stint in his closet. In our early marriage, he played roller hockey weekly with guys 10 years his junior. Fly fishing came a little later and offered the dual pleasure of spending time in majestic places and carefully studying the art…
Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church’s Honey Dudes program offers much-needed support to local widows, single mothers, military wives and elderly residents. Armed with their “honey-do” list, a minimum of two members of the group offer help weekly to those in the community who need an extra hand.