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Boca Raton’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageMIA 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 Miami’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 Boca Raton rising stars below.

Angela Dugan

Dugan & Dame started as a passion project with my husband and I. I have spent many years from Las Vegas to Florida behind the bar and took over the bar program in our restaurant in Boca. I have always curated my own cocktail ingredients such as tonics, syrups, bitters. Read more>>

Steven Stoliker

Undergrad and graduate from Syracuse, NY. Played three sports in college before beginning a teaching and coaching career in upstate NY. After three successful seasons in New York that saw teams compete for three state titles, I transferred to South Florida and began coaching at Cardinal Gibbons. Read more>>

Amanda Girton

Our story began (even though we didn’t know it yet) April 2012 when my dad was officially diagnosed with Dementia. This led to a drastic shift if our diets. We were eating the typical SAD (Standard American Diet) meat, processed foods, frozen meals. Read more>>

Adrian Dones

I started making music when I was at the young age of 13 when my friends got together and started rapping. I had fun with it and now years later here I am still at it. It’s been a moderately smooth road aside from the common stress an artist goes under when trying to reach their creative peak. Read more>>

Kashawn Fraser

In my senior year of high school, my athletic skillset made me convert from playing basketball to football. I earned a football scholarship to Central Michigan University. Through adversity and hard life lessons, I transferred to Henderson State University to finish my collegiate career. Read more>>

Lisa Lotts

I grew up in the kitchen, guided by my Mom, my grandmothers and one of my grandfathers. They all had different styles of cooking, but the common link was that they knew their way around a kitchen and incorporated their distinct regional styles into their cooking. Read more>>

Matthew Waring

Growing up, when we hit tough times — which was naturally every two weeks before my mom got paid — she would tell me “I don’t know how we do it, but we always end up on our feet.” While my mother’s hope was briefly calming, it was not a very good strategy. I knew that to break the cycle of struggle. Read more>>

Carol Engelson

I was born to create. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always been attracted to vibrant jewels and gemstones, fabrics and color. My mother taught me that if I learned how to work with my hands, I would never be bored. And so, it began! Sewing was my first foray into the world of design. Read more>>

Marc Kantor

In 1994, during my second year at American University, I was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and prescribed Ritalin to cope with the symptoms. I spent most of my pre-college education feeling broken as I struggled to concentrate and keep pace with my classmates. A doctor prescribing me Ritalin and later Adderall. Read more>>

Sammy Dolgon

Growing up I was always very neat and organized. Whether it was my middle school locker or my bedroom there was order. In college, my dorm room and apartments became another place to showcase my love for organized living. I also found myself helping my mom pack for family vacations or when sending my brother off to sleep away camp. Read more>>

Jay Sutton

I have always been a fan of anime and video games. Growing up, I used to sit and watch shows with my cousins and brother and even write fan fiction. I didn’t have any friends who I knew of that were into the same things so I never got to connect with anyone on that throughout the school. It wasn’t until 2014. Read more>>

2 Comments

  1. Davine

    December 20, 2017 at 12:31 am

    Am interested have beautiful line of jewelry

  2. Maria Juliana

    January 17, 2018 at 2:50 am

    Great Stories, Love it!!

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