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  • Dining Review: A place that does small town right

    Dining Review: A place that does small town right
    I fell in love last week. Not with a person or a thing but with a place, my hometown. Technically I live in La Crescenta but I’m talking about Montrose, the adorable shopping and eating district just down the hill. I’ve always liked Montrose, but last Friday night, after seeing and hugging no fewer than six old friends around town, I realized I loved it. And no place captures that essence better than the brand-new Montrose Town Kitchen & Grill.
  • Report: Temporary ice rink sees uptick in revenue

    Report: Temporary ice rink sees uptick in revenue
    Rainy winter weather may have been a welcome visitor to deal with the state’s ongoing drought in recent months, but it also may have kept some other visitors away from a temporary ice rink in downtown Burbank. However, revenues at the holiday...

    Spaces remain a premium at Magnolia Park

    Spaces remain a premium at Magnolia Park
    When one-hour parking signs went up last week on Magnolia Boulevard between Lima and Avon streets, where business owners have complained customers of a new cafe are "monopolizing" area parking, Edward Yacoubian said a prayer. "I say, 'Thanks, Lord!'"...

    Pizza chain turns up the heat

    Pizza chain turns up the heat
    With the proliferation of build-your-own-pizza places around town, I was not enthusiastic about trying another one. But 800 Degrees pizza, a small chain out of West L.A., took over the old Louise’s Trattoria at Colorado Boulevard and Fair Oaks...

    Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher

    Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher
    One of the most famous radio preachers of all time, Aimee Semple McPherson, once rented an apartment in Glendale and tried to enroll her two children in our high school. It seems her stay here back in the late 1920s was brief and may have been an...