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November 18, 2009
Menu through Nov. 24. Meals served at 11:30 a.m. daily at: ? Adult Recreation Center 201 E. Colorado St. Glendale (818) 548-3778 ? Pacific Park Community Center 501 S. Pacific Ave. Glendale (818) 548-3775 ? Sparr Heights Community Center 1613 Glencoe Way Glendale (818) 548-2187 ? TODAY: Italian meatballs with spaghetti, zucchini and corn, spinach and Mandarin orange salad, grape juice, garlic bread and canned peaches.
SPORTS
March 28, 2008
The La Crescenta Falcons’ 10-year-old baseball team is trying to make it to baseball’s mecca for a baseball tournament in a couple of months and needs your help. The young Falcons team is trying to get to the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament this summer and will be holding a spaghetti dinner at the Crescenta Valley United Methodist Church at 2700 Montrose Ave. in Montrose, on Friday, April 25, to raise money for the trip. The dinner includes salad, garlic bread, spaghetti with meatballs and a dessert and costs $7.50 per person.
NEWS
April 5, 2000
Katie O'Brien, Enjoy! TUJUNGA -- BJ's Family Restaurant has been what one might call an institution of Tujunga offering excellent food, fast service and reasonable prices for more than 40 years. BJ's advertised weekly specials are the Dinner Special featuring steak, soup or salad and dessert for $5.49, and served from 4 to 9 p.m. and the Breakfast Special of two eggs and bacon or sausage, hash browns, toast and coffee for $3.25, served between 6 and 11 a.m. I visited BJ's on the weekend with my family and ordered the Sunday special of roast leg of lamb with mint sauce, choice of potatoes, soup or salad, corn, garlic bread and dessert for $6.25.
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By: Cherie Mercer Twohy | October 8, 2005
Do you all know about Kenneth Village, or am I about to let a secret out? I will admit that, until recently, I had sort of forgotten about this little corner of heaven, with its walkers, joggers and (baby) strollers, and appealing storefronts. It's a peaceful place to spend a few hours, especially a few lunch hours. A good place to start is George's Cucina Italiana. The small, 10-table interior is reminiscent of a European wine cellar, with coved ceilings and dim, flickering lights.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bill Scollon | October 14, 2006
The year was 1946. The first of the baby boomers was born. The first computer was unveiled. The Flamingo casino opened in Las Vegas and Bob Hope and Bing Crosby were part of the opening night celebration at The Smoke House in Burbank. The venerable restaurant has been serving stars and moguls, tourists and locals ever since. They're celebrating their 60th anniversary the entire month of October. Smoke House prices are decidedly modern, but everything else is pure nostalgia.
NEWS
By Rebecca Bryant | February 3, 2012
The Hollywood Pasta Company in Burbank, opened last year by chef and caterer Kurt Ehrlich, doesn't look exactly glam from the outside - its small storefront façade sandwiched on Burbank Boulevard between an alley-like parking lot and a liquor store. Inside, burgundy walls and elegant but crowded seating bring the tone up several notches. Each time we've been, our party has been seated at a window. At lunch seating, two of us were put in the corner, at the end of a long table and bench that could have accommodated at least four more.
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By Rebecca Bryant | February 3, 2012
The Hollywood Pasta Company in Burbank, opened last year by chef and caterer Kurt Ehrlich, doesn't look exactly glam from the outside - its small storefront façade sandwiched on Burbank Boulevard between an alley-like parking lot and a liquor store. Inside, burgundy walls and elegant but crowded seating bring the tone up several notches. Each time we've been, our party has been seated at a window. At lunch seating, two of us were put in the corner, at the end of a long table and bench that could have accommodated at least four more.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Phillip Hain | December 19, 2009
It is very easy to drive on the main commercial portion of Brand Boulevard in Glendale between Colorado Street and Glenoaks Boulevard and find restaurants varying in ethnicity, price and quality. But you need to continue traveling farther north to find top-notch culinary excellence at a marvelous gem called Gennaro’s. This stretch of Brand is still primarily business-oriented, but the look and feel are different, and Gennaro’s reflects this mood. Upon entering you notice décor that is elegant but not ostentatious — upscale in a manner that seems appropriate for an excellent Italian meal.
FEATURES
November 18, 2009
Menu through Nov. 24. Meals served at 11:30 a.m. daily at: ? Adult Recreation Center 201 E. Colorado St. Glendale (818) 548-3778 ? Pacific Park Community Center 501 S. Pacific Ave. Glendale (818) 548-3775 ? Sparr Heights Community Center 1613 Glencoe Way Glendale (818) 548-2187 ? TODAY: Italian meatballs with spaghetti, zucchini and corn, spinach and Mandarin orange salad, grape juice, garlic bread and canned peaches.
SPORTS
March 28, 2008
The La Crescenta Falcons’ 10-year-old baseball team is trying to make it to baseball’s mecca for a baseball tournament in a couple of months and needs your help. The young Falcons team is trying to get to the Cooperstown Dreams Park tournament this summer and will be holding a spaghetti dinner at the Crescenta Valley United Methodist Church at 2700 Montrose Ave. in Montrose, on Friday, April 25, to raise money for the trip. The dinner includes salad, garlic bread, spaghetti with meatballs and a dessert and costs $7.50 per person.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bill Scollon | October 14, 2006
The year was 1946. The first of the baby boomers was born. The first computer was unveiled. The Flamingo casino opened in Las Vegas and Bob Hope and Bing Crosby were part of the opening night celebration at The Smoke House in Burbank. The venerable restaurant has been serving stars and moguls, tourists and locals ever since. They're celebrating their 60th anniversary the entire month of October. Smoke House prices are decidedly modern, but everything else is pure nostalgia.
NEWS
By: Cherie Mercer Twohy | October 8, 2005
Do you all know about Kenneth Village, or am I about to let a secret out? I will admit that, until recently, I had sort of forgotten about this little corner of heaven, with its walkers, joggers and (baby) strollers, and appealing storefronts. It's a peaceful place to spend a few hours, especially a few lunch hours. A good place to start is George's Cucina Italiana. The small, 10-table interior is reminiscent of a European wine cellar, with coved ceilings and dim, flickering lights.
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