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Hidden Gems: Far North Dallas

Every day we have a choice. We can support an up and coming podcaster, try a new family-run restaurant, join a boutique gym started by a local fitness champ or we could keep giving away our money to the handful of giants who already control so much of our commerce. Our daily decisions impact the kind world we live in; if we want a world where small businesses are growing and artists and creatives are thriving then we should support them with our time, money and attention. We’re proud to highlight inspiring creatives and entrepreneurs each week in Hidden Gems series.  Check out some of Far North Dallas’ gems below.

Ethan Holtsclaw

I helped my father setup and tear down his band’s music equipment and help him run sound for their events. Through tech theatre in high school and helping my father, I figured out for myself that I truly want to be involved in the live music industry. Whether it’s taking photos or behind the scenes running lights or being a simple stage hand. Read more>>

Terry McCranie

I’ve always had a camera in my hand in some form since high school. I always enjoyed taking pictures of the things and people around me. I never really thought of it as more than a hobby for a long time. It was something that was fun to do, but the idea of building that enjoyment into a business was far from my mind. Read more>>

Joseph and Ebony Williams

We are Joseph and Ebony Williams and we are Conscious Love Strategists, Speakers, and Workshop Facilitators in Dallas, TX. Our story began in 2008 when we met and began strategizing about how we desired to do love differently. We spent the first two years of our courtship unlearning what we thought we knew about partnership and learning how to effectively bloom into what we refer to as “Conscious Lovers.” Read more>>

Meredith Bramblett

I’ve always been active. I played soccer growing up, ran a half marathon in college, and enjoyed lifting weights. But after I graduated college, I noticed a decline in my motivation to eat well & workout. I had also struggled with under-eating and over-eating at various times, so I needed help in my relationship with food. Read more>>

Aubrey Humphrey

I started photography and videography while still attending Duncanville High School. A couple of my friends were rappers and still are, so that really got me into the visual aspects of things. Read more>>

Shelley Oliver Littleton

With clients all over the world, travel consultancy became a logical extension of my long history in management consulting, public relations and event planning – working with Fortune 500 corporations, small and mid-sized companies, individuals and start-ups. After a lifetime of traveling all over the world, one exciting trip cemented my desire to make travel my career – and it was my own sister, Jane Oliver Dunlap, who planned it through her company Holidays By Jane. Read more>>

Sanaz Khavari

My journey first started when my husband and I were on the hunt to find the perfect home to raise our growing family. We knew the neighborhood we wanted to live in because of the wonderful schools and the amazing community life it had to offer to young families. The only problem was that the houses in the neighborhood were already 20 years old. I was eight months pregnant and it was starting to become crunch time. Read more>>

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