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  • Around Town: A proper place to reflect and dine

    The best breakfast view in La CaƱada is in the Flintridge Proper bar. Sit against the south wall. Look out the window to the north. The majestic San Gabriel Mountains rise directly behind Trader Joe’s and Starbucks. Natalie, the pretty server,...
  • The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief

    The Valley Line: Party thanks retiring USC-Verdugo Hills hospital chief
    I'm writing this column before Thanksgiving Day, but you will read it on turkey day or over the weekend. I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I'm excited to celebrate this Thanksgiving with my extended family — all 25 of them. I can provide...
  • Helping the homeless in Glendale isn't easy

    Helping the homeless in Glendale isn't easy
    When homeless outreach workers David Broadway and Alfred Hernandez went to pick up a homeless client to give him a ride to his psychiatrist in Glendale last week, the man didn't show up at the meeting spot on Colorado Boulevard. The duo waited outside...
  • Dining Out: Goodie Girls cupcakes are the surprise of the season

    Dining Out: Goodie Girls cupcakes are the surprise of the season
    I try to approach restaurants with impartiality but the cold hard truth is I don't like cupcakes. The white sugar, white flour, and unnatural colors turn me off. They're the adult version of Barbie dolls. I prefer my sweets more rustic. So when Goodie...
  • Dining Review: At Frame 128 soup is the ticket before the show

    Dining Review: At Frame 128 soup is the ticket before the show
    It's ironic that at Frame 128, a restaurant dedicated to luxury, the shining star is the humblest of foods: soup. With the Soup King in charge, how could it be otherwise? Chef Kareem Shaw was dubbed Soup King by none other than the governor of Michigan....
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: The new year inspires philosophy

    I have mixed feelings about the New Year; I’m not very celebratory. The ending of the old and the beginning of the new brings mixed regrets. What once was, is no longer. It’s like sitting with your best girl watching a shadow run across the...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Stepping into the past at Prep

    Art Stetson, the director of admissions at Flintridge Prep, fascinated me as he spoke about the brilliance of metaphor and the elegance characterized by wordsmith Thomas Hardy. Stetson and I are colleagues of sort; I’m a substitute teacher at the...
  • Area food pantries struggle as more families seek help

    Area food pantries struggle as more families seek help
    Rice and beans may be simple, but those pantry staples are essential for any family desperate to prepare meals on a meager budget. David Cormier saw the value in those food staples firsthand when he was deployed to Bosnia and Somalia under the United...
  • Group of ukulele enthusiasts tune up and turn heads in Montrose

    Group of ukulele enthusiasts tune up and turn heads in Montrose
    For Kate Friedricks, a Tujunga resident who grew up in Glendale and taught herself how to play the ukulele as a girl, the instrument has become an addictive mode of expression that keeps her up at night playing song after song. All it takes, she says, is...
  • Man crashes car into jewelry store on Brand Boulevard

    Man crashes car into jewelry store on Brand Boulevard
    This article was updated to include more information. A car piloted by an 83-year-old driver plowed into a jewelry store on Brand Boulevard Wednesday after he reportedly drove forward, rather than putting the vehicle into reverse as he intended,...
  • Man outwits would-be thief in a scuffle over Craigslist iPad sale

    A Glendale man clung to the trunk of a getaway car Friday after refusing to give up his friend’s iPad to a man who tried to use counterfeit money to buy it, police said. The 25-year-old man advertised the sale of his friend’s iPad for $500 on...
  • Dining out: The lowdown on Bittersweet Treats

    Dining out: The lowdown on Bittersweet Treats
    My mother preferred cooking gourmet main dishes to baking sweets. She'd much rather make a stuffed pork roll than an iced cinnamon roll. But every once in a while I'd come home from school to the aroma of spice cake or poppy seed bread. Rarely frosted,...