These Six Dallas Hotels Just Won Accolades in Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards
Considering this Arts District destination opened just last December, a number 5 spot on the list is impressive. Perhaps it’s because both Dallasites and travelers are pleased to finally have a hotel in the Arts District. “The idea behind HALL Arts Hotel was to create a Dallas destination that celebrates the city’s arts and culture in a setting that is as sophisticated and thought-provoking as the art it houses,” says Craig Hall, HALL Arts Hotel developer and founder and chairman of HALL Group.
D CEO Reveals Winners of Third Annual Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards
Bolstered by deep corporate support, Dallas-Fort Worth has one of the most powerful nonprofit communities in the country. Its strength was on full display and celebrated this week as 20 winners were revealed at D CEO’s third annual Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards, presented in partnership with the Communities Foundation of Texas.
Commercial property buyers are watching for deals following the pandemic
After more than 50 years in the real estate business, Craig Hall has gone through markets good and bad. Even in the down times, he has found opportunities.
Winemaker Megan Gunderson is Napa Valley’s New Rising Star
At 22 years old, Megan Gunderson packed up and moved from Colorado to the Napa Valley to pursue an internship in winemaking with Robert Mondavi, and through the dedication to her craft, has transformed her career into one that is admired by many. Today, 18 years after she started her journey in California’s Wine Country, she is the first female Director of Winemaking for award-winning HALL Family Wines.
Wineries Pull Out All the Stops for COVID-19 Relief
From boutique operations to major conglomerates, wine and spirits producers are raising big bucks for coronavirus victims, often in creative ways—with help from some famous friends.
Giving back: The valley rallies to help those hit by COVID-19
With the current shelter-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the effect on Napa Valley residents and the tourism industry as a whole, has been devastating.