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.
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Reopens in Dwight Murray Plaza Following the Quake
Marco and Berenice Castaneda, owners of Don Perico Mexican restaurant, now in Dwight Murray Plaza at 1116 First Street, are long-time Napa residents. Like most people in Napa, they were jolted awake at 3:20 a.m., August 24, 2014, when the earthquake shook Napa to its core. “It was scary,” said Marco Castaneda. “We looked around the house to make sure everything was safe, then went to the restaurant.”
Napa County's Bustling Airport
On an average day, 30,000 cars pass by Airport Boulevard at the junction of Highways 29 and 12. There is a good chance yours is one of them, if not every day, at least once in a while. But, the chances are that you do not know much about what goes on at the end of the road. You probably know it is an airport, and, maybe sometimes, while waiting for your traffic light to turn green, you see an airplane climbing up or circling in for a landing, but that’s about it.