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August 14, 2002
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU GLENDALE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Today: Nachos and sunflower seeds or chicken patty on a bun or ham and cheese on a French roll or chef salad and low-fat yogurt, includes salad bar with juice and milk. Wednesday: Bean and cheese burrito or hamburger or turkey ham and cheese deli stick or chef salad and low-fat yogurt, includes salad bar with juice and milk. Thursday: Barbecue beef on a bun or chicken nuggets or turkey ham and cheese on a croissant or chef salad and low-fat yogurt, includes ice cream cup, and salad bar with juice and milk.
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By Jason Wells, jason.wells@latimes.com | December 27, 2011
Glendale-based Kradjian Importing Co. is recalling 231 cases of cheese because the products may be contaminated with listeria, bacteria that can be fatal to small children or those with weak immune systems. The recall, posted by the Food and Drug Administration, affects Cedar brand Tresse and Shinglish cheeses made in Canada and delivered before Nov. 13, according to the company. The vacuum-packed cheeses - made by Fromagerie Marie Kade - were distributed to Mediterranean-style specialty markets throughout Southern California.
ENTERTAINMENT
By James Petrillo | March 25, 2009
The Falcon Theatre closes its all-comedy season with the West Coast premiere of Garry Marshall’s “Everybody Say ‘Cheese!’” It’s a bittersweet look at a troubled marriage, uniquely character-driven and unexpectedly serious coming from the man famous for “Happy Days” and “Pretty Woman.” The comedy starts off slow, but patience for the second act leads to big emotional pay-offs and plenty of well-earned belly laughs. Marshall is a TV and film comedy icon as director and producer of mostly lightweight entertainment.
NEWS
December 9, 2008
Glendale Unified School District elementary school menu for Dec. 9 to 15: ? TODAY: Orange-flavored chicken and rice bowl, chicken patty on bun, turkey and cheese on French roll, chef salad, garden bar, flavored yogurt. WEDNESDAY: Bean and cheese burrito, turkey corn dog, ham and cheese on a bagel, taco salad, garden bar, flavored yogurt. THURSDAY: Spaghetti and meatballs, chicken nuggets, turkey and cheese submarine sandwich, Chinese chicken salad, garden bar, flavored yogurt.
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By Arin Mikailian, arin.mikailian@latimes.com | March 26, 2014
Three new eateries ranging from fancy to fast casual are arriving in the heart of downtown Glendale. On Wednesday, Bourbon Steak held a grand-opening ceremony at the Americana at Brand. The restaurant is run by celebrity Chef Michael Mina, who also operates two more Bourbon Steak locations. The American fare ranges from the signature 18-ounce dry rib-eye steak to a classic bacon cheeseburger with no shortage of duck-fat fries. Truffle doughnuts are just one of the dessert items on the menu to cap off dinner.
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By Lisa Dupuy | March 13, 2014
In the charming village of Sierra Madre, a new French cafe has popped up with an atmosphere as fresh as the food they serve. Monsieur Crêpe is a light-filled space with easy counter service, making it a top choice for local workers, shoppers and residents wanting a place to read the paper or chat over coffee. Monsieur Crêpe offers sweet or savory crêpes, nutritious salads and unique sandwiches with a West Coast flair. West coast of France as well as America. Owner Aurelien (Tony)
COMMUNITY
By Joyce Rudolph | October 29, 2013
The La Crescenta Woman's Club's rustic clubhouse, built more than 100 years ago, made the perfect backdrop for the organization's second annual Western Round-Up on Saturday night. The ladies decorated the stage with bales of hay, pumpkins, a scarecrow and a large poster of a desert sunset. More than 60 members and guests dressed in western fancy shirts and jeans or skirts. Leading the soiree were chairwoman Carol Benedetti and president Carol Huntwork. Bre Coe, the junior group's president, taught line-dancing and won for best costume for the gals.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | August 10, 2012
Burger boutique. That's the best way to describe the new Eden Burger Bar in Glendale. Just like on Rodeo Drive, chic surroundings beckon, lovely assistants provide excellent service, and beautiful products, in this case hamburgers, tempt. When it comes to burgers, I steer clear of the build-it-yourself places. I like to leave it to creative and talented chefs to come up with good combinations under the bun. At Eden Burger Bar, they've engineered nine very different artisan burgers (all $10)
NEWS
By Patrick Caneday | May 25, 2012
The day was perfect. A late-July afternoon in mid-May. Happy children playing happily with friends on the block, defining what Saturdays are all about. The sun descending behind shade trees, but promising to keep daylight around a few more hours. So I sent out the call to the neighbors: “DOTL” Feel free to guess what it means. On our block it's the Batman light in the night sky - a call to action. Minutes later I'm at Monte Carlo Deli, the closest Burbank has to Mario's Deli in Glendale.
NEWS
By Jason Wells, jason.wells@latimes.com | December 27, 2011
Glendale-based Kradjian Importing Co. is recalling 231 cases of cheese because the products may be contaminated with listeria, bacteria that can be fatal to small children or those with weak immune systems. The recall, posted by the Food and Drug Administration, affects Cedar brand Tresse and Shinglish cheeses made in Canada and delivered before Nov. 13, according to the company. The vacuum-packed cheeses - made by Fromagerie Marie Kade - were distributed to Mediterranean-style specialty markets throughout Southern California.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | March 24, 2011
The new Giuseppe’s in Montrose hits all the right notes. The owners transformed the interior of the old DaFranco’s Italian restaurant to reflect what the Montrose community is all about — family, friends and conversation. They kept the quaint brick-lined coves and wine-barrel motifs, but added long wooden tables, giant mirrors and warm lighting. They also added good, modern, affordable Italian fare. Owner Michelle Capozzoli is the daughter of Bob and Patricia Capozzoli, proprietors of the former Giuseppe’s in Glendale, so Italian food is in her blood.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | February 25, 2011
In Beirut there is a manaish restaurant about every fourth apartment building, says Shaunt Adessian, chef and owner of Shanto’s Bakery. Lebanese residents have these savory flatbreads pretty much every morning. I can see why. After trying Shanto’s various offerings, I’m totally hooked. I am now on a mission to try each and every manaish and wrap. I’ve tried 10 so far. Told you I love this place. The secret to their beguiling appeal is in the oven. Shaunt brought his iron, spindly legged contraption over from Lebanon.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stan Wawer | January 30, 2011
This location is a tough sell, I thought as I walked across the parking lot toward the entrance of the Pizza Grill Factory in Burbank. Parking is a problem, and most of it will be dominated by Subway in the same strip mall at the corner of Olive Avenue and Victory Boulevard. Once inside the small eatery, I was impressed by its cleanliness and hospitality, and last but not least, the quality of its food. I had the Pizza by the Slice (two slices) lunch special ($3.99) that included a small drink or a salad.
NEWS
By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | December 13, 2010
Susan Chow was where she wanted to be Saturday, 10 feet up on scaffolding in a Pasadena warehouse, gluing red kidney beans onto the front of Glendale's float in the 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade. A week earlier, Chow started chemotherapy to treat cancer in her nasal passage. For three months, she endured dozens of radiation sessions on the road to recovery. During that time, she said, Chow hoped her treatment would leave her free to work on Glendale's float. "I've been doing this for 10 years," Chow said.
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