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  • It's still not too late for free pancakes at IHOP

    It's still not too late for free pancakes at IHOP
    Early bird today gets the pancakes. A stack of them. For free from IHOP. And it's all in the name of charity. The restaurant chain is trying to encourage diners taking advantage of the complimentary meal to donate $3 million to the Children’s...
  • 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?...
  • 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...
  • Tuning up

    Returning acts are tuning up for the summer season at the Starlight Bowl. The music begins on July 4 with "Salute to the Soul of America" with the group Stone Soul joining forces with the Burbank Philharmonic before the 9 p.m. fireworks display. Stone...
  • Shabby chic dawns in town

    Shabby chic dawns in town
    There I was, minding my own business at the stoplight at Briggs and Foothill, when a huge Kogi BBQ truck rolled by. I followed in hot pursuit thinking, "What are the originators of hipster food truck dining doing in our sleepy little La Crescenta?" I was...
  • Small Wonders: Pools full of nostalgia

    Remember when movies started with the lights dimming and the curtain opening? I can't recall the last time I saw a movie that started with the curtains dramatically sweeping apart as the projector chattered its images upon it. There were no...
  • History buff lived when famous aviators ruled the skies

    History buff lived when famous aviators ruled the skies
    Chuck A. Bausback was 8 years old when Bob Hope Airport opened in 1930 as United Airport. The 87-year-old moved with his family to La Crescenta in 1928. He graduated from Glendale High School because La Crescenta High School hadn't opened yet. When...
  • Dining Out: A divine experience all around

    Dining Out: A divine experience all around
    The charm of Sweetsalt Food Shop in Toluca Lake begins with the wooden sign outside advertising its name, evoking the feeling that you've been transported to a wonderful experience of a forgotten era. And it continues when you step inside and view...
  • Ballads a perfect match for tacos

    Ballads a perfect match for tacos
    Most people need only three things in life to make them happy — Mexican food, romantic music and tequila. If you're one of these people and you're reading this article, you're in luck, because a classic restaurant in Burbank offers those staples and...
  • Beyond the Stars Cafe offers a nice option for salads, sandwiches

    Beyond the Stars Cafe offers a nice option for salads, sandwiches
    Folks who work in the cluster of office buildings in the 400 block of North Brand Boulevard have something new to cheer about. Just outside their front door lies the Beyond the Stars Cafe, a small but mighty sandwich, salad and coffee spot with quality...
  • Fine dining with a few kinks

    Fine dining with a few kinks
    As a typical restaurant-going consumer who enjoys seeing entrepreneurs succeed, I sometimes want to take new restaurant owners aside and make some suggestions. Often, they simply don't prioritize correctly. Yes, quality of food is important. But so...
  • Dining Out: Handy place for barbecue

    Dining Out: Handy place for barbecue
    To the uninitiated motorist driving down Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank on a given Saturday, one might conclude there's a three-alarm fire, with huge billows of smoke near the intersection of Buena Vista Street. But open the car window and you'll know this...