Diablo Publications Launches The Redesigned Diablo Arts Magazine

Walnut Creek, California (EastBayDaily) — Diablo Publications announced the launch of the newly redesigned Diablo Arts magazine. The publication, which contains the program for all the performances at the Lesher Center for the Arts, has been reconfigured to offer more theater information in an easy-to-read format, with a new, attractive, contemporary design.

Diablo Arts is the exclusive program magazine for the Dean Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, where highly acclaimed symphony, opera, ballet, and theater companies perform. Additionally the magazine is mailed to all Diablo Regional Arts Association members, who are the area’s most influential arts supporters. Diablo Arts is published quarterly and distributed at every performance to all audience members as they enter the theaters.

“We have been partnering with the Lesher Center for the Arts since the center opened in 1990 and are extremely excited about the magazine’s new look,” states Barney Fonzi, Group Publisher for Diablo Publications. “There’s no better way to reach the active, affluent theater audience in the East Bay than through Diablo Arts magazine."

About Diablo Publications For more than 32 years, Diablo Publications has been creating award-winning publications, including Diablo magazine, Napa Sonoma magazine, Diablo City Book Series, Diablo Arts, and the Tri-Valley California Visitors Guide. Covering travel, theater, lifestyle, dining, and home design, Diablo Publications celebrates the people, places, and pleasures 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.

About the Lesher Center The Lesher Center for the Arts, located in Walnut Creek, California, is the premier destination for an exceptional arts and entertainment experience. First opened in October 1990, the center now presents more than 900 productions and events each year. More than 350,000 patrons attend events each year.


Dave Reik