My character sheet should be finished!
Some of the promised locales:
A large mid-century repair shop, when this building was renovated to become a restaurant and club care was taken to retain its old flavor. The interior is liberally decorated with antique automotive signs, parts, pictures, equipment and the like, giving it a unique charm. There are several sections, including the main restaurant, a sectioned off bar area, pool hall, and 8 bowling lanes. The under-21 access, late hours of operation, and large private booths make this a favorite hangout for students.
Santa Puerta High School:
Originally the only public high school in Santa Puerta, SPHS remains the largest in town. Recently updated facilities emphasize a modern look of glass and steel, and include amenities such as a sports field, large gym and olympic sized pool. In a controversial decision, part of the bordering city cemetery was annexed for the gymnasium; records and probing indicate it was never used for burials, but distress at the potential disrespect remains - which the student body has embraced in the form of a flurry of fabricated ghost stories.
St. Cosmas and SPHS are bitter rivals; any sports meeting is a major event, often accompanied by taunts, pranks and sometimes fights.
SPHS' mascot is the Knight; their colors are blue and white.
Although several strip malls and shopping complexes are scattered throughout Santa Puerta, Westridge Mall is by far the most impressive: it's The Mall. It features several famous department stores, a large food court, 13-screen theatre and countless small boutiques. Although fairly upscale, the mall is located in the commercial district and sees its share of crime and disruption. Security is heavy following a gang related shooting in the parking lot after hours.
Unlike many other landmarks in Santa Puerta, which seem eager to modernize, City Hall is an older building originally built to house nearly all city functions. Since its creation, however, much of the bureacracy has moved off site but the Hall retains the offices of the Mayor and nearly every notable official.