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  • Taking a test float

    Taking a test float
    Mayor Anja Reinke practiced her Rose Parade wave Saturday morning, holding her elbow and upper arm stiff while letting her wrist do all the work. "I've been doing this for weeks," Reinke said. "I hope to perfect it before Jan. 1." Reinke is...
  • Dining Review: Canele dishes up 'Wild' cuisine

    Dining Review: Canele dishes up 'Wild' cuisine
    From the moment you walk in and sense the old wood, the crimson walls, the fresh ranunculus, you know this is going to be something special. Bowls of persimmons and quince and boxes of wild greens look straight out of a still-life painting. Hard-working...
  • On the Town: Soroptimists present service grants to organizations; "Holiday Hops" at Thee Elbow Room

    On the Town: Soroptimists present service grants to organizations; "Holiday Hops" at Thee Elbow Room
    Those Glendale Soroptimists gals just gave away $21,000. The recipients of checks between $1,000 and $2,000 were members of 11 organizations serving women and girls. The Oakmont Country Club in its holiday splendor was the opulent setting for the...
  • Around Town: Gluten-free tips for those so inclined

    After a successful kosher, dairy- and gluten-free Thanksgiving, with everything made from scratch, I’ve decided to take this whole gluten thing up a notch. But first, a hat tip to the Great Gluten Debate. The National Foundation for Celiac...
  • Dining: Trip to Bountiful Bakery is sweet indeed

    Dining: Trip to Bountiful Bakery is sweet indeed
    The economic downturn of 2008 was a curse and a blessing for Denise Assad. After a prestigious career in advertising and design, she lost her job. Using her unemployment checks as start-up cash, she began baking and selling the fruits of her labor to...
  • Dining Review: Crossings is perfect for a date night

    Dining Review: Crossings is perfect for a date night
    Perhaps it was the Old Fashioned. Maybe it was the Oysters Rockefeller. It might have been the artful elegance of the decor. Whatever the reason, at more than one point in the evening I expected to look over and see Don Draper and Roger Sterling from...
  • 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...
  • 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 CaƱada year, each marked by unique weather patterns resulting from our city’s changing position with regard to the rest of the...
  • Dining Review: A Favorite Place for lunch in Glendale

    Dining Review: A Favorite Place for lunch in Glendale
    Favorite Place restaurant is a kind of wonderful enigma. Is it an elegant tea room or is it a quaint lunch place? Is it a spot for finger food or hearty sandwiches? The answer is, it is both. Plus, it is completely unique. Favorite Place, nestled...
  • Dining Out: Two pieces of bread put together with flair

    Dining Out: Two pieces of bread put together with flair
    Pity the late John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, whose snack during a card game gave name to the English culinary craze that followed. No, he didn't invent putting a filling between two pieces of bread. That had been done since ancient times....
  • Dining Out: Sizzling, laid-back Korean barbecue

    Dining Out: Sizzling, laid-back Korean barbecue
    For years now, I've been asking my Korean American friends, "What's the best Korean restaurant in La Crescenta?" The answer is always "None. We go to Koreatown." I think CHAM Korean Bistro in Pasadena is very good and much closer, but they're right...
  • It's 'chili in the air' as Dog Haus visits Glendale homeless shelter

    It's 'chili in the air' as Dog Haus visits Glendale homeless shelter
    Dozens of homeless people lined up for chili dogs Tuesday night from Dog Haus, one of CNN’s top five hot dog places, at an emergency winter shelter set up at the National Guard Armory in Glendale. The restaurant, with locations in Pasadena and...