6 Year Anniversary for Beyond the Creek

Another year, another anniversary for Beyond the Creek. It’s been six years since I started writing this blog and I still enjoy walking around the East Bay finding out what’s new going on and meeting people from around the area. A lot of new development is happening as always with apartment complexes and shopping centers opening all over and new restaurants to enjoy. Even encountering a little snail moseying down a pathway is fun.

Thank you to everyone who has sent in tips and questions over the years; as someone with a full time job it makes it easier to find out what to check for new posts. Thanks also to everyone who has commented or just reads the posts. I look forward to what the next year has to offer in the East Bay! If you have any tips or quality of life issues you’d like featured please send email them to adam[at] thanks!

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  • WC

    Nice work, have been enjoying it. So many changes in 6 years.

    • Yes, it’s amazing to see what’s happening year by year, thanks.

  • Yikes ahootie


    • Thanks for your support throughout the years!

      • Yikes ahootie

        I find this site to be a really great source of local information!

  • Anne

    Thank you for taking the time to keep us informed on the happenings in the area.

  • Nicholas Taylor

    Holy Cow! Congratulations, and thank you for what you do. We love it!

  • Rosa Mangiardi

    Congratulations, and thank you for all you do to maintain Beyond the Creek and the time you devote to it. I really appreciate this as a source for keeping me informed about our community.

  • Hello From

    Thank you Adam for your dedication to keep us all in the know. Good luck in the year ahead. Wishing you continued success!

  • JWB94596

    Thanks for keeping this site going. This is a great rescource to get local news.

  • Nick

    Congrats! You continue to do a great job showcasing our community, and I sincerely appreciate that.

  • Kim

    Great job Adam – congrats!!!

  • Michael

    What can we do for you to keep this going? I mean I used to use Claycord for local news, but now it’s just stupid stuff, a few crimes here and there, and that’s it. You actually update about what is happening with food and events, and I find that much more interesting. Perhaps if you could keep up on safety and crime issues on top of what you already do, it would be more popular.