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East Bay Weekend Road Trips

By Deborah Burstyn, May 09, 2016, Categories: Travel

Just when you thought you had seen and done it all in the East Bay, places pop up on the radar. With ample parking and minimal traffic, you’ll feel so close to home, and yet so far away.

WILD WORLD OF COMFORT FOOD

By Alix Wall, May 07, 2016, Categories: Eat+Drink

It comes in countless forms. It’s found in every culture. It’s the food we crave for a sense of well-being. Here are a few of our favorite places for feel-good comfort food in Walnut Creek.

Great Small Town Getaways - Northern California Travel Destinations

By Fran Miller, Mar 26, 2016, Categories: Travel

Here are several charming northern California destinations that will lure you with hospitality, great food and plenty of wine, whether you visit for a day or the weekend.

Building the Future - Residential and Commercial Development Changing The Face of the City

By Pam Kessler, Mar 26, 2016, Categories: News

How will our city look like over the next few years? While we love our big footprint properties, the march to urbanize and maximize density on smaller parcels of land has found traction.

SFMOMA - The city’s new modern art museum opens May 14

By Lou Fancher, Mar 26, 2016, Categories: Entertainment

The art world will pivot on its axis on May 14, 2016 when the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opens the doors to the largest contemporary and modern art museum in the United States.

Water World - Walnut Creek’s public pools need rebuilding. Who is going to pay for it?

By sylvia sheehan, Mar 26, 2016, Categories: News

Walnut Creek’s aquatics culture is woven into the community fabric. Internationally recognized for its elite swimmers, swim teams, water polo players, divers and synchronized swimmers, its pools have nurtured and developed novice athletes into Olympians, some even returning home with medals.

Majestic Trees Tell Stories

By Pam Kessler, Mar 26, 2016, Categories: Entertainment

Walnut Creeks’ first settlers came to the area in 1849 from other states with a spirit of adventure... For the most part, they were farmers.

Falling for the quintessential charm of Carmel on California’s Central Coast

By Pam Kessler, Mar 25, 2016, Categories: Travel

Carmel is one of Northern California’s most charming escapes. You're probably already familiar with its seaside splendor and famed nearby aquarium, so here are some other stylish spots where you can eat and drink and play golf, then cozy up next to a rustic hearth come nightfall.

California Modern - Inside the Inspired World of an Eichler Home

By Deborah Burstyn, Mar 25, 2016, Categories: Life+Style

Northeast Walnut Creek is a mélange of architectural styles, but none are as popular right now as the mid-20th century homes developed by Joseph Eichler. Built between 1949 and 1966, Eichler’s compact geometric homes helped define the popular style that came to be known as “California Modern.”

Architectural Icon - Stunning art and film museum reopens in Berkeley

By Lou Fancher, Mar 24, 2016, Categories: Entertainment

Founded in 1963, BAMPFA is an exhibition space and resource center for both film and the arts. Its collection encompasses over 19,000 works of art and 17,500 films and videos in 25,000-square-feet of versatile gallery space, along with a huge library of cinematic archives.



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