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Business

First Look: Inside Bryan Trubey’s Fair Park of the Future

The former HKS architect known for his sports stadium prowess is now working with Overland Partners to redesign Fair Park and uplift its surrounding neighborhoods.
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D CEO Awards Programs

Winners Revealed: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards

D CEO and Communities Foundation of Texas honored DFW nonprofits and the companies that support them at The Factory in Deep Ellum.
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Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2022

Presented in partnership with Communities Foundation of Texas, year's awards will recognize 126 North Texas nonprofit organizations and corporations.
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Philanthropy & Nonprofits

A New Era of Corporate Citizenship

Writing a check is no longer enough when it comes to the role North Texas businesses play in supporting nonprofits. (Plus, winners revealed.)
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Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2021

In a year that called for extraordinary service, these organizations and leaders stood out.
By Mariah Terry

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Local News

With Fair Park’s Master Plan Nearly Approved, All It Needs Is $58 Million

The master plan is complete, the City Council seems poised to approve it, and now the real work starts: raising the money to break ground.
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Business

Fair Park First: Tenants Still Needed at Former Women’s Museum

Executive Director Brian Luallen says a lack of complete qualified responses spurred the reposting of an RFI.
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Fair Park

Fair Park First Calls Out for New Businesses in Fair Park

The park's operator wants proposals from companies who can boost food, drink, and recreational offerings.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Fair Park

Fair Park’s New Operators Get a Glimpse of the Community’s Priorities

About 200 residents attended an early community meeting to tell Fair Park's new operators what they want to see there.
By Shawn Shinneman