Question of the Day

Question of the Day – How Often do you Buy a Car?

It’s been over ten years since the last time I bought a car and I’ve been told it’s time to buy a new or fairly new one and it should be a Honda or Toyota. How often do you buy a car? New or Used? Domestic or foreign? Do you stick with the same make and model or like to change it up?


Choza Tacos Y Cantina Coming Soon to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville

Blackhawk Plaza, Danville

Eariler this week we learned that The Prickly Pear Cantina closed at Blackhawk Plaza in Danville and a new Oregon-based restaurant, Choza Tacos Y Cantina, will be opening here soon. Check out their menu here.

From their website:

Serving fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine. Homemade tortillas made on-site. Full bar with house made margaritas and top shelf tequilas. Family friendly.


Dogtopia Coming Soon to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville

Blackhawk Plaza, Danville

The dog daycare center Dogtopia is coming soon to Blackhawk Plaza in Danville, where G.R. Doodlebug and Read Booksellers used to be.

From their website:

While our centers offer dog daycare, boarding and spa services (with some offering grooming and training), our core service is daycare for your dog. Daycare is a purposeful choice made for the love of your dog – a selfless decision to ensure they are happy, healthy and equipped to become a well-rounded pup. Even our boarding services offer your pup an open-play environment to get them the socialization, exercise and education they deserve.


The Great Wave: Contemporary Art About The Ocean at Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek through March 22nd

A new exhibit at the Bedford Gallery in downtown Walnut Creek, The Great Wave: Contemporary Art About The Ocean, is on display through March 22nd.

From the exhibit website:

Artists through the ages have looked to the ocean in all its majesty and terror for clues about the planet’s future. This group exhibition features contemporary artists who live near the coast, and whose work immerses us in a watery drama. Organized by longtime Bay Area curator Ann Trinca, this show finds inspiration in the work of Japanese ukiyo-e master Katsushika Hokusai’s ubiquitous woodblock print The Great Wave. The Great Wave is recognizable across cultures as a symbol of the unpredictable power of the ocean. Using this historic piece as a jumping off point, the artists in the exhibition explore the ocean as a source of mystery and strength.


Contra Costa Oncology Blood Drive on Jan 24th in Walnut Creek

Contra Costa Oncology Blood Drive:

Contra Costa Oncology
500 Lennon Ln, Walnut Creek
Friday, January 24th, 2020
10:00am – 4:00pm

Advance sign-ups are required! We need 15 more sign-ups by this Friday! Contra Costa Oncology is partnering with the American Red Cross for a blood drive. We’re bringing out the big bus before the big game :). Anyone who donates will automatically be entered for a drawing for a $100 Best Buy gift card!

Sign up for your time slot:
Enter sponsor code: CCO