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Arlington’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out Arlington’s rising stars below.

Noel Bouché

I think of life as a journey on a winding river: lots of twists and turns, some rocks and rapids and sometimes waterfalls, and a constant current that is taking us somewhere, even when we can’t see around the next bend! And as I look back over the last twenty-five years. Read more>>

LaToya Robles

The Salted Crust is the result of my love of food, divine inspiration and a giant leap of faith. My grandmother was a chef and my uncles owned a food truck back in the Virgin Islands. I grew up around food and understand it’s such simple yet powerful thing. I’m finishing my culinary degree but have been cooking all my life. Read more>>

Shanta Brooks

I’ve always been interested in skincare but living in small-town Brookhaven, MS, my choices were limited. First, I went to school to be a dental assistant. I graduated with a 4.0 and had several job offers but they were all too far for me to commute every day. Read more>>

Makinda Vickers

Drumsticksnlipstick was created in 2018 right here in DFW and in that same year, expanded in Las Vegas Nevada. I have been playing the drums since age seven I started at my father’s church in Flint Mich. As a pastor child, I could only play for church and that was it. Read more>>

Jasmine Broadway

My love of sewing started when I was in high school. I was actually sewing by hand at the time and I would just take men’s shirts and make them into women’s dresses. I loved all the designs that the men’s shirt had and was upset because I couldn’t find any dresses with the same. Read more>>

Je’Monica Glover

I was born in Lubbock, TX, raised in the DFW from Pre-K to 9th grade and moved back to Lubbock in the middle of 9th grade for stability. Being the 11th of 12 siblings, I have learned all types of things, from ambition to being an entrepreneur. My family instilled some wisdom in me from an early age that have always stayed with me. Read more>>

Jasmine Moore

I began photography with a solid foundation in art already. My dad is an all-around artist, & he spiked my interest in photography. I bought my first camera in college in 2012 while I was studying fine arts. Some then, I’ve always strived to become the best. Read more>>

Carlton Dixon

Expanding on the creativity that young men exhibited on NBA and NFL Draft Nights, I wanted to see if the same Alma Mater/Favorite Team passion show through t-shirts and caps could be elegantly done with business suits and blazers. Read more>>

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