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  • On the Town: Counting down to midnight at Tony's Darts Away

    On the Town: Counting down to midnight at Tony's Darts Away
    As the final hours of a year slip into history and a new one begins, everyone has their own personal way in which to bid adieu to the old and ring in the new. While some opt for the coziness of home, others don their finery and step out for some big-...
  • Dining Review: Peacha's makes for a rockin' hole in the wall

    Dining Review: Peacha's makes for a rockin' hole in the wall
    Whiplash is one of the hazards of my job. I take unfamiliar streets when I drive around town with the express purpose of discovering new restaurants. Peacha's, a tiny place on south Victory near Alameda in Burbank, made me do a hard double-take, almost...
  • Retired cop in fatal shooting identified

    Burbank Police officials Tuesday identified the retired Burbank police officer who shot and killed an armed robber Friday at a McDonald’s restaurant in Sunland as Dennis Fischer, of Sunland. Los Angeles police have not yet released the name of...
  • Employees buy, reopen bankrupt restaurant as part-owners

    Employees buy, reopen bankrupt restaurant as part-owners
    The Granada restaurant, a Victory Boulevard landmark for nearly 40 years, re-emerged from an eight-month closure Monday with sizzling fajitas, cold margaritas and new owners who will probably look familiar to longtime patrons. A group of employees bought...
  • Cheers to Granada's reopening

    There’s been too many stories in recent years of businesses folding, of employees left to scramble for another career while standing in the unemployment line. It could have been the case again when Alfredo’s Granada restaurant on Victory...
  • Case against 24 Hour Fitness dismissed

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge dismissed a case that could have required more hoops for a planned 24 Hour Fitness on West Empire Avenue. Burbank Athletic Club owner Greg Bedrossian and longtime city critic Mike Nolan sued in late June to...
  • Congratulations

    Zonta changes format to military women of the year The Zonta Club of Burbank Area is changing the format for its Woman of the Year event this year, honoring three individuals under the theme "Women In The Military: Past, Present & Future." The...
  • Granada closes after 39 years

    Granada closes after 39 years
    Alfredo's Granada, a Burbank restaurant, bar and civic institution for nearly 40 years, closed down Saturday night, to the sorrow and surprise of longtime patrons. Owner Alex Bernal said a host of legal, business and family problems forced the Victory...
  • Briefs: Restaurants take over Thursday night

    Restaurants take over Thursday night The Taste of Downtown Burbank is taking over the North San Fernando Boulevard on Thursday, with organizers working to keep trash and waste at a minimum. From 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. celebrity guests, live entertainment...
  • Burroughs places fifth in own event

    GIRLS' GOLF Burroughs, Burbank in 2010 Magnolia Park Optimist Club Girls' High School Invitational: The Indians and Bulldogs had some good results at the event Thursday at DeBell Golf Club. In the team results, Burroughs (171) placed fifth and Burbank...
  • Organizations

    Wine and Jazz evening for BTAC Lockheed Federal Credit Union is sponsoring "Cheers to BTAC," a fundraising evening of wine and jazz for the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 4 at St. Francis Xavier, 3801 Scott Road, Burbank....
  • Irish plays performed back-to-back to show contrast

    Theatre Banshee is known for its Irish plays, but this season producers are trying something new: staging two Irish plays performed simultaneously so the audience can see one play in the afternoon, take a break, and see the other at night. The first...