Napa Valley Marketplace Magazine has been voted the most read
community magazine in the Napa Valley.
Napa Valley Marketplace has the largest print circulation in Napa Valley, with 42,500 copies mailed every month to Valley homes and businesses.
Marketplace magazine is a favorite with both readers and advertisers. What's our secret?
All the community information is local, local, local.
Features include Napa Valley history, restaurant reviews, business profiles, a calendar of events and the ever-popular Community Snapshots starring you, your kids, your friends and neighbors.
You can also expect to read about Napa's non-profits, people profiles and service clubs, along with local theater and art news.
Thanks for making us #1!
Spirited Secrets of the Napa State Hospital
Some Napa County buildings have gained distinction, and even notoriety, not only from the architectural style they possess, but also the spirits that possess them. One such place is the Napa State Hospital. Through its long history, its sheltered separation from the community-at-large has generated numerous stories of paranormal activity.
A 6.1 Earthquake Brings With It
An Immeasurable Magnitude of Community Support, Activism & Gratitude
W e drifted off that night of August 24th - most of us anyways - finally letting go of whatever had busied our minds that day, settling into slumber for the night. Caught up in the routine of our daily lives, we tend to focus on our own little microcosm of life. Worrying about safety and solid ground is not usually top of mind. Then Mother Nature strikes, in the form of an earthquake, in the middle of our good night. For most of us, it was a humbling experience. My friend Charlie Toledo reminded us in a Facebook post, that it was a good reminder that we are merely guests on this planet. Wow.