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  • Man charged after allegedly passing fake $50 bills at Montrose stores

    An ex-convict has been charged with multiple counts of burglary and forgery after he used bogus $50 bills to change out and buy gifts at several Montrose businesses, police said. Ronald Golden, 46, of Hawthorne pleaded not guilty Monday to one felony...
  • Montrose's Rocky Cola Café to close its doors Sunday

    Montrose's Rocky Cola Café to close its doors Sunday
    After almost 25 years in Montrose, Rocky Cola Café will serve its final burgers on Sunday — an end wrought by stiffer competition from restaurants that have opened during the past two decades and a too slow recovery from the recession. Don't expect...
  • Pop goes former Palate Food + Wine in Glendale

    There have been pop-up Halloween stores and other temporary businesses in Glendale, but this one just might take the cake, or at least the chou rouge. A pop-up restaurant is opening in the shell of the former Palate Food + Wine, the popular eatery...
  • Chicken dinner is a cluck above the rest

    Chicken dinner is a cluck above the rest
    There is a chain of chicken restaurants (whose name begins with a Z) that has led the market in succulent, finger-smacking roasted chicken for years. It's definitely delicious, but the next time I'm hankering for garlicky chicken, hummus and pita, I'll be...
  • Shekarchi does stews delectably

    Shekarchi does stews delectably
    We're all familiar with kebab restaurants, with dozens of choices in the Glendale/Burbank area alone. But how many of us have gone deeper into their menus to savor some of the more complex and savory dishes of the Mediterranean and African countries?...
  • Organizations: Women of heart will be honored

    The YWCA of Glendale is having its 14th annual Legacy Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at The Castaway Restaurant in Burbank. This year’s luncheon will honor five women with the Heart & Excellence Awards and two high school seniors with...
  • Cooking up careers

    Cooking up careers
    The scent of baked bread mingled with chopped onion and celery in the kitchen of the Los Robles building on the Glendale Community College campus. It was 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, and students in the Advanced Food Preparation class were completing the dishes...
  • Another shot at keeping Verdugo Hills course

    The struggling Verdugo Hills Golf Course is getting a facelift and new management, giving new hope to residents who want to save the 60-acre site from residential development. On Monday, course owners Snowball West Investors replaced the former...
  • Small Wonders: Prime spots for people watching

    Small Wonders: Prime spots for people watching
    We've all seen them. They take up space on the sidewalk outside reputable businesses. We try not to look at them, but wonder how they got themselves to this. We secretly loathe them. They sit there, unkempt, sucking oxygen, unaware that there are hard-...
  • An uncertain chapter for bookstores

    An uncertain chapter for bookstores
    Worlds fill the walls of Brian Draper’s Burbank bookstore — global maps, a “histomap” offering a timeline of human events, a 4-foot high map of California. These worlds are about to come down. After nearly 25 years, Draper is on...
  • Popular food trucks put in drive

    Popular food trucks put in drive
    For some cooks in Burbank, fast food has meant the kitchen moves at least 1,000 feet every 15 minutes. Burbank law requires food trucks to move to a new location at least 1,000 feet every quarter hour. After three hours, they can return to previous...
  • Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank

    Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank
    They say you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. But how many do you have to crack to create a successful chain of brunch cafes? The owners of Another Broken Egg Café are trying to find out. The family of restaurants that started in Louisiana...