It's called Beyond the Creek, and its publisher, Adam Silverman, is someone like a lot of us who spends time in downtown, takes note of what's new and what's changing and thinks it is all pretty interesting. Silverman wants to share those observations--and photos--and get a dialogue going.
"Beyond the Creek covers the latest news and happenings
in Walnut Creek, Lafayette and surrounding neighborhoods, with a focus
on restaurants, shopping, real estate and general daily life
Already, he's got some fun scoops: like how CU Sushi on Locust, my son's favorite dining spot, is becoming one hip downtown place to go; or how Target is cracking down on people who park in its lot on Sundays, just to head to the nearby Farmers Market.