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Hidden Gems: Northwest 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 Northwest Dallas’ gems below.

Natalie Schock

I was in advertising/event marketing for 10+ years. While pregnant in 2014, I found out my job was relocating to NYC. We had a baby on the way and three dogs in a house, so as much as I love NYC, I couldn’t envision myself having my family there. Read more>>

Andrew Dicker

I was born and raised in Spring, Texas. Growing up, I enjoyed playing baseball, basketball, lacrosse and basically anything that was challenging. From there, I went on to attend Sam Houston State University where I studied Accounting and Business Administration. Read more>>

Dylan James “Boogie Boy” Shaw and Christine Winburn Shaw

Dylan James “Boogie Boy” Shaw was born in Austin, TX in 2007 into a musical family. His mother is a professional radio and tv vocalist, grandmother a piano teacher, uncles are NYC Broadway star and drummer, father a blues Americana guitarist/songwriter and aunts are singers as well. From birth, Dylan James had perfect pitch. Read more>>

Dr. Robbie Stewart

I don’t know if you have enough space for me to tell my testimony… I mean story, but I’ll try to give you a brief snapshot! I never thought that I would be the CEO and principle designer of my very own event planning and design company. Read more>>

Kay and Chrissy Williams

A native of Texas, Kay found her calling to gastronomy at the age of four. Her earliest memory was standing on the step stool beside her mother Chrissy while making peanut butter cookies from scratch. Read more>>

Carol Stoecker

I always loved drawing and painting as a child. Time would fade away as I buried myself in my projects and usually my creative bliss would be pulled back into reality with a call for time to put it away. Read more>>

Hugo Juarez

Maria (mama) and Lalo (papa) made the brave decision to come into the United States from Mexico with nothing but the clothes on their backs. My parents ended up receiving an opportunity to work for a wealthy couple in the Park Cities. Read more>>

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