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Locally Sourced

The Ingenuity of North Texas Entrepreneurs

Meet three innovators finding success in the consumers goods market.
By Staff
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Speaking of Style

Introducing Speaking of Style, the Dallas Shopping Column of Your Dreams

Being a mom, helping launch a business—it's not glam 24/7. And yes, I wear crocs. Guilty. But if you want to navigate fashion in this city, take it from me, Taylor Tomasi Hill. 
By Taylor Tomasi Hill
Bailey's Blossoms
Business

Locally Sourced: Meet Four Dallas Entrepreneurs Who Turned Their Passion Into Profit

Founders of companies like Bailey’s Blossoms and Baublerella show that doing what you love can lead to success.
Karen Noseff Aldridge
Cheerleading

Fresh From Netflix, This Cheer Gear Company Calls Dallas Home

Rebel Athletic clients include some of the world’s biggest squads, such as Canada’s 1,200-member Cheer Sport Sharks, and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
By Sooha Ahn
Van’s Kitchen egg rolls
Food & Beverage

Locally Sourced: Who’s Making What in Dallas

The North Texas region is a hotbed for manufacturing a wide range of goods.
By Sofia Krusmark

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Finds

The Moms and Pops Behind Dallas’ Small Businesses

Sometimes it takes a little charm to peek behind the curtain.
By Jonathan Zizzo
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Finds

Made In Dallas

Amazon is fine. But these brick-and-mortar shops have done it for decades with a personal touch.
By Joy Tipping
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Business

This Guy Gave Up a Job Selling Fighter Jets to Reinvent the Razor Blade

Fort Worth’s Patrick Coddou kissed a cushy career goodbye to launch the men’s grooming brand Supply, earning $250,000-plus on Kickstarter this summer.
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Humor

The Dallas Ebola National Monument Is the City’s Newest Internet Inside Joke

The satirical Facebook pages imagines farce monuments to Dallas' civic inneptitude
By Peter Simek
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Beauty

Local Product Review: Stranded Dry Shampoo

Dallasite Lauren Scruggs Kennedy wants to keep your hair fresh—no matter its color.
By Caitlin Clark