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  • Tallyrand ho!

    Tallyrand ho!
    Tallyrand Restaurant has a new fan in Huell Howser. The TV icon who tours the state looking for interesting stories is spreading the word about the restaurant's hometown feel and hot turkey sandwiches on his show "California's Gold," which airs on...
  • Dining Out: It all hits the Spot

    Dining Out: It all hits the Spot
    Imagine this scenario: You've just received a call from your best friend from high school, the one who always puts on a beautiful dinner when you visit. She's coming tonight or maybe tomorrow, she's not sure. You have a report to finish for work, a...
  • Briefly in Business

    Providence takes home the gold Providence St. Joseph Medical Center's stroke program recently earned the 2009 Gold Plus Performance Award, the top honor by the American Heart Assn. and the American Stroke Assn. for specialized stroke diagnosis and...
  • Historical society thanks supporters

    The board of directors for the Burbank Historical Society thanked their members for their support with an old-fashioned picnic on May 2 on the grounds of the Gordon R. Howard Museum. Outside on the patio, members lined up for snow cones and popcorn...
  • Around Town: A homemade meal for each day

    Just as Los Angeles has four seasons in Los Angeles (wind, mud, rain and earthquake), there are four sections to the La Cañada year, each marked by unique weather patterns resulting from our city’s changing position with regard to the rest of the...
  • Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip

    Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip
    Even the residents of Sunland-Tujunga would agree the community is not exactly a foodie mecca. Still there are some good reasons to head over to this historical, artsy section of our valley. Sure, there are plenty of smoke shops, body shops and wrought...
  • Downtown Glendale stores blame road work for losses

    Downtown Glendale stores blame road work for losses
    In the 28 years Ruben Minassian has owned a sandwich shop on North Central Avenue, business has never been tougher, he said, than during Glendale's current residential building boom. To accommodate recent growth and the slow rise of several new downtown...
  • Dining Out: Eating the class project at Chez Cherie

    Dining Out: Eating the class project at Chez Cherie
    Perhaps, like me, you've passed the cute, ivy-covered bistro-looking place with the Chez Cherie sign on Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge and wondered, "Why is this never open? Where are the diners?" Well, I'm here to tell you, on Tuesday...
  • Dining Review: A Parisian cafe comes to Montrose

    Dining Review: A Parisian cafe comes to Montrose
    The shopping village of Montrose is not unlike Paris' Montmartre district. It may not be quite as historic or charming as its Parisian ilk, but it's filled with shoppers, walkers and diners. When Vasken and Annie Fernezlian wanted to open a cafe like...
  • Café Solé: New owners for an old favorite

    Café Solé: New owners for an old favorite
    Salvatore Attanasio arrives at Café Solé every morning by 6:30. He bakes the fragrant bread for the day’s customers. His wife arrives after dropping their three kids at school in time to make the fresh pasta, the panna cotta and tiramisu. They greet...
  • The cup runneth over at The TASTE

    The cup runneth over at The TASTE
    Food lovers lucky enough to attend Los Angeles Times’ The TASTE over Labor Day weekend devoured dozens of savory samples and gulped cupfuls of craft cocktails. If you’re feeling left out, the best I can offer is a rundown of event highlights...
  • Dining Out: Comfort food, Polish-style in Glendale

    Dining Out: Comfort food, Polish-style in Glendale
    Sometimes it’s nice to go back to the classics, to return to the tastes of one’s childhood. You don’t have to be Polish to taste the homespun comfort of the stews, sausages, dumplings and roasts at Polka Polish Cuisine. You just have...