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July 4, 2005
Fred Ortega Several 9-foot-tall Uncle Sams welcomed thousands of guests to the fourth annual July 4th Weekend Block Party & Hot Rod Show, held Sunday on the 2300 and 2400 blocks of Honolulu Avenue in the Montrose Shopping Park. The party had something for everyone, from fresh fruit and vegetable stands to vendors hawking everything from antiques to skin care products to fine jewelry. The food stands represented many ethnicities of the United States, with tamale vendors next to a Mediterranean food stand that featured tabbouleh and hummus.
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February 16, 2000
Buck Wargo CITY HALL -- Hot dogs and child care. City officials are using the two again to woo residents to a second round of community meetings to look at a long-range strategic financial plan for Glendale. Starting Thursday, residents are being asked for suggestions on how the city should prioritize services provided over the next 10 years. Thursday's meeting is the first of four scheduled through the end of the month. It will start at 7 p.m. at Edison Elementary School, 440 W. Lomita Ave. Child care will be provided and hot dogs will be available for those who don't have time to eat dinner before the meeting.
NEWS
By Ani Amirkhanian | July 5, 2006
The aroma of grilled hot dogs and hamburgers filled the air at Descanso Gardens on Tuesday as chefs from the Patina Catering Group prepared food for the Independence Day family barbecue. Jim Clune of La Cañada Flintridge and his brother-in-law came to take a stroll at the Gardens and stopped to taste the food. They two ate hot dogs and drank Heineken beers. "It was just perfect, it hit the spot exactly," Clune, said of his hot dog. "We had hot dogs with every kind of condiment."
NEWS
February 9, 2007
The La Crescenta Woman's Club is seeking donations for their annual rummage sale that is taking place on Saturday, Feb. 10 at their clubhouse at 4004 La Crescenta Ave. Those looking for a bargain are invited to attend the "bounteous bazaar" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and perhaps find a treasure or two. Expected items for sale include books, Christmas decorations, clothing, furnishings, household items, jewelry, small appliances, toys and more....
NEWS
April 29, 2008
The Glendale News-Press visited Mountain Avenue Elementary School and asked students: ?What have you learned about solar energy?? ? ?You don?t need to plug in wires. You need the sunlight.? CHRIS NAVA, 6 La Crescenta ? ? ? ? ? ?You don?t have to use electricity. You can use the sun instead.? ALEC BARTON, 5 Los Angeles ? ? ? ? ? ?You don?t have to use energy, you use the sun. The sun can cook food.
NEWS
July 3, 2004
Darleene Barrientos Live music? Check. Hot dogs, hamburgers and kettle corn? Check. Fireworks? Check. La Crescenta is ready to celebrate the Fourth of July. This year's 16th annual Fourth of July celebration is expected to draw 6,500 people to Crescenta Valley High School, 4400 Ramsdell Ave. The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting the event, which features a carnival for children and live music by bands like the Dennis Kaye Swing Band, the Greg Leon Invasion, Dave Haller Jr., S and P, and In God We Trust.
NEWS
June 24, 2004
Six Balboa Elementary School students chowed down on hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, punch, ice cream and cookies Tuesday at Glendale Fire Station 27 as their reward for reading. Jacob Deyell, Andrew Galstyan, Lydia Linna, Tyler Lopez, Nelle Stepanyan, Menua Tsaturyan each read more than 10,000 pages this year and were invited to the fire station to barbecue and eat with fire officials, including Glendale Fire Chief Chris Gray, Asst. Fire Chief Don Biggs, Fire Marshal Mike Haney and Battalion Chief Corey Creasey, Glendale Fire spokesman Capt.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | March 5, 2013
Four men were arrested on suspicion of beating up a bartender outside Giggles Nightclub after he refused to serve them drinks and instead offered to buy them hot dogs, police said. The 41-year-old bartender told officers the nightclub in the 200 block of North Brand Boulevard was closing when the man asked for the drinks, according to Glendale police. He told officers he felt tension between himself and the men. The men - identified as Fernando Lopez, 29, Jose Reyes, 29, Yunior Gonzalez, 24, and Jose Martinez, 24 - later approached the bartender and his son outside the nightclub, police said.
NEWS
February 2, 2007
The La Crescenta Woman's Club is seeking donations for their annual rummage sale that is taking place on Saturday, Feb. 10 at their clubhouse at 4004 La Crescenta Ave. Those looking for a bargain are invited to attend the "bounteous bazaar" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and perhaps find a treasure or two. Expected items for sale include books, Christmas decorations, clothing, furnishings, household items, jewelry, small appliances, toys and more....
FEATURES
October 27, 2006
A Fall Family Festival will be hosted by the First Baptist Church of La Crescenta on Halloween, Oct. 31, from 5-8 p.m., in the church parking lots at 4441 La Crescenta Ave., in La Crescenta. The event is free and open to all members of the community and includes a unique trick or treat segment for all children to receive free candy. The event will also consist of costume contest with prizes, square dancing, an old fashioned cake walk, free game booths, jumpers, music and more.
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | March 5, 2013
Four men were arrested on suspicion of beating up a bartender outside Giggles Nightclub after he refused to serve them drinks and instead offered to buy them hot dogs, police said. The 41-year-old bartender told officers the nightclub in the 200 block of North Brand Boulevard was closing when the man asked for the drinks, according to Glendale police. He told officers he felt tension between himself and the men. The men - identified as Fernando Lopez, 29, Jose Reyes, 29, Yunior Gonzalez, 24, and Jose Martinez, 24 - later approached the bartender and his son outside the nightclub, police said.
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THE626NOW
November 10, 2011
"Mickey, make me a combo, will ya?" yells Coney Dog owner Mike Binder at a grill cook from his table midway across his bustling West Hollywood restaurant. Then he flashes a broad grin. "I've been waiting my whole life to have a restaurant, just so I could do that. " The combo soon comes out. It's a deluxe Coney dog nestled inside a Detroit loose burger (which is crumbled ground beef as opposed to a patty) in a freshly steamed bun, smothered with chili. "That's the Rolls-Royce of hot dogs, right there," says Binder, who is better known as a comedian and director but whose passion for Detroit-style dogs has consumed him for the last year.
THE818NOW
November 10, 2011
The "best" of any type of foodstuff is a dicey proposition, to say the least. Matters of taste are, after all, matters of taste. With that in mind, however, here is a list of the best perveyors of tubestake in the area, as decreed in this list .  Coney Dog, 8873 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, (310) 854-1172, http://www.coneydogla.com Papaya King, 1645 Wilcox Ave., Hollywood, (323) 871-8799, http://www.papayaking.com Dog Haus, 105 N. Hill St., Pasadena, (626)
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The Los Angeles Times | August 29, 2011
Papoo's Hot Dog Show, a Toluca Lake institution, closed its doors on Sunday. The restaurant caters to the "old Toluca Lake crowd," customers who regard this place as their neighborhood hangout where a person can get a hearty breakfast, a hot dog or a nice cold beer. Owner Leona Gardner said she decided to sell the restaurant because it needed more attention than she could give it, namely an extensive remodeling that she couldn't afford amid loss of profits from the economic downturn.
NEWS
April 29, 2008
The Glendale News-Press visited Mountain Avenue Elementary School and asked students: ?What have you learned about solar energy?? ? ?You don?t need to plug in wires. You need the sunlight.? CHRIS NAVA, 6 La Crescenta ? ? ? ? ? ?You don?t have to use electricity. You can use the sun instead.? ALEC BARTON, 5 Los Angeles ? ? ? ? ? ?You don?t have to use energy, you use the sun. The sun can cook food.
NEWS
By Robin Goldsworthy | September 21, 2007
It will be fun and games at this Saturday?s Hometown Country Fair, guarantee organizers of the second annual event. The fair is being held tomorrow, Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Crescenta Valley Park and the day promises plenty to keep everyone happy. The Hometown Country Fair is a free event and is hosted by the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce. Though the public is not due to arrive until mid-morning, chamber members will be at the park early on to greet participants in the car show, help direct the workers of the carnival crew and take care of everything necessary to put on a town-wide party.
NEWS
By BRUCE CAMPBELL | May 19, 2007
When you think about hospitals, you think about pain and sorrow. To ease some of that stress at the new seven-story patient care tower at the Glendale Adventist Medical Center, the Glendale Noon Rotary Club decided to fund a special place for patients, staff and guests to meet and relax. The Rotary Club gave $25,000 to build a special patio area. The new patio and courtyard area was unveiled and dedicated on May 10. The patio is furnished with tables, chairs and umbrellas for visitors to just sit, talk and relax.
NEWS
February 9, 2007
The La Crescenta Woman's Club is seeking donations for their annual rummage sale that is taking place on Saturday, Feb. 10 at their clubhouse at 4004 La Crescenta Ave. Those looking for a bargain are invited to attend the "bounteous bazaar" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and perhaps find a treasure or two. Expected items for sale include books, Christmas decorations, clothing, furnishings, household items, jewelry, small appliances, toys and more....
NEWS
February 2, 2007
The La Crescenta Woman's Club is seeking donations for their annual rummage sale that is taking place on Saturday, Feb. 10 at their clubhouse at 4004 La Crescenta Ave. Those looking for a bargain are invited to attend the "bounteous bazaar" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and perhaps find a treasure or two. Expected items for sale include books, Christmas decorations, clothing, furnishings, household items, jewelry, small appliances, toys and more....
LOCAL
By Robert S. Hong | November 14, 2006
There is more to Sam the police dog than meets the eye. He can sit, stand and lay down with the flick of a wrist. But that's not all. He can bark on command, sniff out narcotics and even resist consuming a treat, or attack a bad guy, with just a word from his trainer. Sam, a 2-year-old German Shepherd, once again proved his value to the Glendale Police force on Nov. 4 when he and his handler, Officer Shawn Sholtis, took first place in the obedience category at the Riverside County Sheriff's Canine Trial in Temecula.
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