Emeryville mud flat sculptures revisited | The Big Event

Published On May 12, 2012 | By Rob Arias | History & Archive, News & Commentary

One of the most highly trafficked posts in this blog is actually a repost of an Emeryville Mudflat Sculptures article on SFGate. I guess it’s a testimony to the enduring memory and allure of these mysterious “Landmarks”. Credit San Francisco Chronicle “Pop culture critic” writer Peter Hartlaub (whom I actually worked with at our college newspaper) for helping keep the memory alive by unearthing these twenty great photos from the Chronicle photo morgue.

There’s also a fascinating pic in the lower Gallery that details a 1970 bombing of an Emeryville Doggie Diner that was targeted at the Emeryville Police Department. Apparently the 70’s were some wild times in E’Ville! |  SFGate.com blog »

Photo: Greg Peterson, SF Chronicle 1970

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is a third generation Californian and East Bay native who moved to Emeryville in 2003. A new parent in the community, he can often be seen walking his French Bulldog rescue "Fiona" around his Park Avenue District neighborhood, traversing the greenway on his bike or enjoying his favorite Emeryville small businesses. Rob's "day job" is as a creative professional.

2 Responses to Emeryville mud flat sculptures revisited | The Big Event

  1. tony puccio says:

    Hi im the guy who made the Madflat express. Thankyou for appreciating it and remembering it. Yours truely, Tony Puccio

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