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Infusing a Business With a Global Spirit

TSE’s special report in today’s New York Times features Adriana Rodriguez of Austin, whose school teaches children to be quadrilingual.

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A Colorful Apron Ties Sustainability with Fun

Patrice Wynne’s fiesta-inspired frock, made by the family of seamstresses pictured above, livened up the prospect of cooking for our TSE Gift Guide editors.


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An Ancient Fabric with a Modern Mission

Chitra Gopalakrishnan’s environmentally friendly towels impressed our Gift Guide editors and dried up spills in a flash.

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Bundling Up for a Good Cause

Roni Sivan’s hand-woven Cambodian scarves caught editors’ eyes in our TSE ‘Gifts With a Mission’ Guide.


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See Our Gift Guide on MSNBC’s ‘Your Business’

Colleen DeBaise, our director of digital media, presented our list of socially conscious stocking stuffers made by female entrepreneurs.

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A Bootstrapping Entrepreneur Bets the Family Home

Adriana Rodriguez, an Austin mom of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school.


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Designing a Huggable Gift for Kids

Sheila Duncan created Trouble the Dog, featured in TSE’s Gift Guide, after cancer losses in her family.


A Mom Creates an (Almost) Guilt-Free Eggnog

In today’s Gift Guide spotlight: Heidi Fausel of Frisco, Texas, whose gourmet eggnog had us swooning.