The New Napa

An ambitious new cultural center called Copia helps revitalize the valley's forgotten city
Issue: November 15, 2001

The city of Napa knows what it's like to be that last kid picked to play ball. As the wine business took off in the 1980s and Napa Valley's restaurant scene gained a national reputation in the 1990s, Napa, the largest city in the county, watched as St.

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