Walnut Creek, California (EastBayDaily) — Diablo magazine announces the release of The Walnut Creek Book, the first in a series of publications highlighting the cities and towns of the East Bay. The Walnut Creek Book features hot tips, fascinating personalities, and in-depth resources for enjoying the city of Walnut Creek to its fullest. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a long-time resident, you’ll discover the treasures that make the city so unique. Included are features on the exciting entertainment and dining scene, arts, shopping, and recreation—all things for which Walnut Creek is highly regarded. Community members are also featured, sharing their stories about their home turf.
A must-have resource, The Walnut Creek Book will be available at local travel information venues, hotels, advertiser locations, the Broadway Plaza Concierge office, and the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce/Visitors Bureau. It will also be mailed to select homes with the August issue of Diablo magazine.
“We’ve always been excited about Walnut Creek; it’s a top shopping and dining destination,” says Barney Fonzi, publisher of Diablo magazine. “It’s where we’ve been headquartered for 25 years, and we’ve drawn on our insider’s experience to create a unique publication that really celebrates the vibrancy of the city.”
Diablo magazine’s City Book Series will showcase different East Bay cities each quarter. The next publication will be launched this fall.
About Diablo Publications For over 32 years, Diablo Publications has been creating award-winning publications, including Diablo magazine, Napa Sonoma magazine, The Walnut Creek Book, Diablo Arts, and the Tri-Valley California Visitors Guide. Covering travel, theater, lifestyle, and home design, Diablo Publications celebrates the people, places, and pleasure of the East Bay and North Bay. Diablo Publications’ custom content division, Diablo Custom Publishing (DCP), provides complete print and online marketing communications and customer publishing services for corporate clients nationwide. For more information, visit diablomag.com or dcpubs.com.