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  • Fifties fun trumps fear of 13

    Fifties fun trumps fear of 13
    Friggatriskaidekaphobia is the fear of the 13th day of a month falling on a Friday — a day when the superstitious tend to avoid black cats. Well, if black cats were being avoided, Black Cows were being embraced as members, friends and supporters...
  • Mailbag: Many laws have moral, religious precept

    In the Aug. 7 editorial "Some traditions deserve to die," the Burbank Leader chided the California electorate for the passage of Proposition 8 in 2008. The editorial went on to castigate the public generally for moral and religious views that have been...
  • Day of family fun and football fundraising

    Day of family fun and football fundraising
    The John Burroughs High School Arrowhead Club roared into Johnny Carson Park with its 23rd annual car show fundraiser Sunday. Staged with the assistance of the Burbank Kiwanis For Fun Foundation, this annual event benefits the Burroughs football program....
  • The Valley Line: Area eateries host 'Dinners from the Heart'

    The Valley Line: Area eateries host 'Dinners from the Heart'
    Here we are and it is the first week of March already. These past few days have been busy ones for many of our folk who are charity-minded. They have attended several dinners to raise funds for Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services and its many...
  • Dining Review: Lincoln is worthy of a salute

    Dining Review: Lincoln is worthy of a salute
    I have a cookbook that was given to me by a friend. It’s called “Little Flower: Recipes from the Cafe.” Everything I make from it comes out delicious. The recipes look simple but they often have an element begging for the hands of a...
  • Dining Review: Invitations needed for this club

    Dining Review: Invitations needed for this club
    Say the word “underground” and I imagine hidden passages, secret knocks and whispered code words. Rosso Wine Shop’s Underground Supper Club is not quite so clandestine but it is a private, invitation-only event. It isn’t hard to...
  • Palm Crest GATE students learn the science of cooking

    Palm Crest GATE students learn the science of cooking
    The subject of baking came to life Thursday as GATE students at Palm Crest Elementary School learned about the chemistry behind bread-making in a special after-school enrichment class. Jacklene Murran, a La Caņada Unified parent who teaches adult and...
  • 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...
  • 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 Caņada year, each marked by unique weather patterns resulting from our city’s changing position with regard to the rest of the...