Nikki Frisby

Nikki Frisby
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Nikki is an Arlington, Texas native who loves finding hole in the wall restaurants, exploring new cultures, and listening to live music. She is currently a marketing and management double major at the University of Texas at Arlington who is involved in the Goolsby Leadership Academy, American Marketing Association, and LGBTQA Program. As a Yelp Elite member she supports local business and is always up to try new foods.

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EMS Workers Set to Get Their First Coronavirus Vaccine Doses in Arlington

The City of Arlington expects that the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine allocation from the Texas Department of State Health Services will arrive soon. Working in conjunction with Tarrant County Public Health and following the state and federal priority list for vaccine distribution, the City of Arlington Fire...

Arlington is Named a Texas Music-Friendly Community

Arlington has officially been designated a texas music-friendly community by the Texas Music Office. The certification ceremony is this Friday, December 18th via zoom. Mayor Jeff Williams, Arlington City Manager Trey Yelverton, and Arlington Convention & Visitor's Bureau CEO Ron Price will receive the certification from Texas Music Office...

Arlington Army Veteran Receives a Heartwarming Surprise From a Local Business Owner

Disabled army veteran,  LeRoy Dick, was thanked for his service with a special gift Saturday morning. Robert W. Koenigseder, the owner of Midas in Arlington, Texas, and 1-800 Charity Cars worked together to surprise Mr. Dick with a fully renovated Dodge Caliber. The vehicle was donated by 1-800 Charity Cars...

Election Day Resources for Arlington Voters

After months of campaigning and heated debates, voters visit the polls to cast their ballots. Election day is here, but like most things in 2020 it may look different. How do I find my polling place? You can vote at any polling site in Tarrant County. Click here to find a...

2nd Annual Art Market Returns to Arlington

Each brushstroke and kiln-fired creation at Catalyst Creative Arts serves as more than just crafts. The family-owned studio in Downtown Arlington’s Urban Union is a community connector. Their 2nd Annual Art Market on November 7th will feature 8 local artists, live music from Sky Seo Jazz Trio, and more....

Popular Halal Food Truck Chooses Arlington for First Brick and Mortar Location

With multiple locations across Texas, spanning Houston, Dallas, College Station, Austin, and San Antonio, Abu Omar Halal is celebrating the opening of its first brick & mortar location in Arlington, Texas at 2300 W. Division St. #100, Arlington, Texas 76012. Abu Omar Halal, which started as Houston's first Halal based...

MLB Fans In Arlington Attend First Game In Person Since March

Yesterday for the first time since Major League Baseball shut down spring training due to coronavirus pandemic, fans gathered to watch the kick-off NLCS game between the Atlanta Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Approximately 11,500 tickets have been announced available for the National League Championship Series (NLCS) and...

15+ Black-Owned Restaurants You Can Support in Arlington

This has been a trying year for everyone. Especially the black community. Disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, a black person is approximately five times more likely to be hospitalized from COVID-19  than a non-hispanic white person according to the CDC. Black businesses continue to grapple with long-standing inequities that...

Arlington to Distribute Free Masks to Public July 16, 2020

The City of Arlington will distribute thousands of protective face masks to the public for free this week as part of ongoing efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19 and help the economy recover. Tarrant County recently provided the City with thousands of disposable masks, which will be distributed on...

Independence Day Celebration Continues Despite Parade Cancellation

For the first time ever, Arlington’s 55-year-old tradition, the Independence Day parade will be canceled due to a spike in COVID-19 cases. The American Dream City will continue to celebrate Independence Day with fireworks on Friday, July 3rd. Event Coordinator Will Busby called to cancel the parade just a day...