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February 14, 2009
Students enjoyed free Jamba Juice smoothies Friday at Glendale High School as part of an effort to build camaraderie between upperclassmen and freshmen. The smoothies were donated by David Chan, manager of the store at the Americana at Brand, in support of Link Crew, a transition program meant to make freshmen feel more welcome on the high school scene, said Mary Hazlett, coordinator of the program. Link Crew trains juniors and seniors to be role models who work to guide freshmen through the rigors of moving from middle school to a large high school.
NEWS
May 18, 2002
Janine Marnien GLENDALE -- If you've always wanted to eat at Glendale's downtown restaurants but haven't had the time or money to try them all, you can have those cravings satisfied Wednesday night during "A Taste of Downtown Glendale." The proceeds of the evening will go to Glendale Healthy Kids, an organization that helps children of uninsured families get access to health services. "We wanted to do something different that nobody else was doing," Glendale Healthy Kids board member Jean Maluccio said.
NEWS
May 11, 2005
Make sure you're hungry tonight to prepare for the variety of flavors spread out from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Downtown Glendale for tasting at the fourth annual Taste of Downtown Glendale. The event, which acts as a fundraiser for Glendale Healthy Kids, aims to raise about $20,000 this year, said Jean Maluccio, executive director of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce, one of the event's organizers. "It's important because it raises funds for Glendale Healthy Kids, and it's fun because you get a taste of several different restaurants, and everyone likes to talk to everyone," Maluccio said.
NEWS
May 31, 2002
To the generous people in the Glendale area, we thank you for attending the first "Taste of Downtown Glendale" walking tour on May 22. Since Glendale Healthy Kids relies solely on funding from corporate and community support, your support of this event was overwhelming. Money raised provides dental education to our schools, medical and laboratory services, eyeglasses, and makes it possible for us to bring the USC Mobile Traveling Dental Clinic to Glendale.
NEWS
August 19, 2001
Karen S. Kim GLENDALE -- With the thudding beat of a drum, a resounding clash of cymbals and the blaring blast of a horn, about 800 people Sunday morning began a five-kilometer trek around Griffith Park to benefit neuromuscular research. Hosted by the Muscular Dystrophy Assn., the 5K walk drew people of all ages and backgrounds. Walkers, clad in white T-shirts, visors, sunglasses and carrying water bottles, were led up the hill, at first, by the Montebello High School band.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
Rima Shah A culinary feast will be spread out down Brand Boulevard Wednesday during the fourth annual Taste of Downtown Glendale. The evening will offer an eclectic mix of ethnic cuisines. Created by Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jean Maluccio, the Taste of Glendale raises funds for Glendale Healthy Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides children from low-income, uninsured families dental, mental and health services and education.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
Ryan Carter Sid Duenas bit into his Porto's Bakery brownie Wednesday night with a smile on his face. "It satisfies your sweet tooth," he said, as the Crescenta Valley High School jazz band played Herbie Hancock's "Chameleon" outside in the warm evening air. Brand Boulevard became a scrumptious boulevard buffet on the balmy evening as the second annual "A Taste of Downtown Glendale" event had local restaurants, cafes...
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | October 9, 2006
The line for the Absolut martini bar was crowded with people as the 19th annual Evening of Wine and Roses began. An estimated 600 doctors, medical staff, donors and charitable individuals packed into the Eulalia Street section of the Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center campus. This year's Soiree Under the Stars was a throw-back to the outdoor celebrations of three years ago. Once again the fundraiser for technology and patient programs at the hospital was an open-air, black-tie event.
NEWS
August 11, 2003
City needs to breathe life into Adams Square This is an open letter to the city of Glendale: Some years ago, the city was able to woo big names like Borders, Tower Records and Old Navy in an attempt to attract more commerce to a city with one too many "Ma and Pa" shops. I was 18 at the time of this overhaul, and now, at 25 and a born native of Glendale, I am requesting the city do a little bit more ... for themselves. I live in one of the most historic area of Glendale: Adams Square.
NEWS
May 17, 2008
There’s no use crying over spilled milk, right? Timing is everything. Wednesday’s Taste of Downtown Glendale was, for the most part, a success for the city. With lots of food available, people could wander along Brand Boulevard sampling the wares provided by a host of restaurateurs — 28, to be exact. Curiously missing, however, were the new eateries at the Americana at Brand. They missed the boat. With all the fanfare of the city’s newest and most substantial retail-residential development that took place merely weeks ago, the Americana at Brand was nowhere to be seen where Taste was concerned.
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By Lisa Dupuy | July 15, 2011
It might be the heat or perhaps it's due to skimpy swimsuits, but summer usually means lighter eating. So the timing couldn't be better for the recent opening of the outstanding salad-and-smoothie restaurant, Malfi's in La CaƱada. Named for the captivating Amalfi Coast in Italy, Malfi's is the new-and-improved incarnation of owner Mary Geyer's former smoothie spot Juice It Up, which was housed in the same location. At Malfi, the juice drinks are better and the salads are a stellar addition.
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NEWS
February 14, 2009
Students enjoyed free Jamba Juice smoothies Friday at Glendale High School as part of an effort to build camaraderie between upperclassmen and freshmen. The smoothies were donated by David Chan, manager of the store at the Americana at Brand, in support of Link Crew, a transition program meant to make freshmen feel more welcome on the high school scene, said Mary Hazlett, coordinator of the program. Link Crew trains juniors and seniors to be role models who work to guide freshmen through the rigors of moving from middle school to a large high school.
NEWS
May 17, 2008
There’s no use crying over spilled milk, right? Timing is everything. Wednesday’s Taste of Downtown Glendale was, for the most part, a success for the city. With lots of food available, people could wander along Brand Boulevard sampling the wares provided by a host of restaurateurs — 28, to be exact. Curiously missing, however, were the new eateries at the Americana at Brand. They missed the boat. With all the fanfare of the city’s newest and most substantial retail-residential development that took place merely weeks ago, the Americana at Brand was nowhere to be seen where Taste was concerned.
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | October 9, 2006
The line for the Absolut martini bar was crowded with people as the 19th annual Evening of Wine and Roses began. An estimated 600 doctors, medical staff, donors and charitable individuals packed into the Eulalia Street section of the Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center campus. This year's Soiree Under the Stars was a throw-back to the outdoor celebrations of three years ago. Once again the fundraiser for technology and patient programs at the hospital was an open-air, black-tie event.
NEWS
By: SUE CLARK | September 2, 2005
First, a disclaimer: I rarely write about local businesses by name, and when I do, it's only for a geographic sense of where I was at the time. I also would never abuse a public forum by accepting any favors from any business or any requests to publicize them. That being said, I want to talk about toenails. Mine are hideous, gnarled specimens that could be used in a horror movie. I could picture them sealed in a glass jar in the attic of "The Skeleton Key."
NEWS
May 11, 2005
Make sure you're hungry tonight to prepare for the variety of flavors spread out from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in Downtown Glendale for tasting at the fourth annual Taste of Downtown Glendale. The event, which acts as a fundraiser for Glendale Healthy Kids, aims to raise about $20,000 this year, said Jean Maluccio, executive director of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce, one of the event's organizers. "It's important because it raises funds for Glendale Healthy Kids, and it's fun because you get a taste of several different restaurants, and everyone likes to talk to everyone," Maluccio said.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
Rima Shah A culinary feast will be spread out down Brand Boulevard Wednesday during the fourth annual Taste of Downtown Glendale. The evening will offer an eclectic mix of ethnic cuisines. Created by Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jean Maluccio, the Taste of Glendale raises funds for Glendale Healthy Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides children from low-income, uninsured families dental, mental and health services and education.
NEWS
August 11, 2003
City needs to breathe life into Adams Square This is an open letter to the city of Glendale: Some years ago, the city was able to woo big names like Borders, Tower Records and Old Navy in an attempt to attract more commerce to a city with one too many "Ma and Pa" shops. I was 18 at the time of this overhaul, and now, at 25 and a born native of Glendale, I am requesting the city do a little bit more ... for themselves. I live in one of the most historic area of Glendale: Adams Square.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
Ryan Carter Sid Duenas bit into his Porto's Bakery brownie Wednesday night with a smile on his face. "It satisfies your sweet tooth," he said, as the Crescenta Valley High School jazz band played Herbie Hancock's "Chameleon" outside in the warm evening air. Brand Boulevard became a scrumptious boulevard buffet on the balmy evening as the second annual "A Taste of Downtown Glendale" event had local restaurants, cafes...
NEWS
May 31, 2002
To the generous people in the Glendale area, we thank you for attending the first "Taste of Downtown Glendale" walking tour on May 22. Since Glendale Healthy Kids relies solely on funding from corporate and community support, your support of this event was overwhelming. Money raised provides dental education to our schools, medical and laboratory services, eyeglasses, and makes it possible for us to bring the USC Mobile Traveling Dental Clinic to Glendale.
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