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June 26, 2009
The Coalition for a Green Glendale, the nonprofit operating the Monterey Community Garden, is partnering with the Pinkberry at the Americana at Brand on Saturday and Sunday to raise money for new Glendale project. The frozen yogurt shop will donate 15% of the purchase price to the nonprofit from patrons who use a flier for the fundraiser, available at www.green-glendale.org . Green Glendale members are scheduled to be at the Pinkberry, 759 Americana Way, from 4 to 5 p.m. both days.
NEWS
June 27, 2009
New Grand View schedule announced Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Anthony Mohr on Thursday issued a revised list of visitation days at Grand View Memorial Cemetery. The Sunday visitation periods, all of them from noon to 4 p.m., are on the following dates: July 5 and 19; Aug. 2, 16 and 30; Sept. 6 and 20; and Oct. 4 and 18, according to an announcement from the city. The cemetery will also be open this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Grand View has had limited visitation schedules following a lengthy legal battle over a number of issues in recent years.
THE818NOW
By Garinee Soudjian | July 7, 2011
With the incredibly hot weather we’ve been having here in the 818 lately, there’s really no better way to beat the heat than with a nice cold ice cream cone.  There are so many ice cream chains around town such as Baskin Robbins, Pinkberry and Cold Stone Creamery, but I’ve always preferred smaller, privately-owned places that offer real, homemade ice cream, which is why I was so excited to recently discover Paradis in...
NEWS
By Ruth Sowby | June 9, 2010
T he "Celebration of the Century" was held Thursday on the Americana's Green. More than 320 supporters partied in black ties and gowns from twilight to midnight under a clear sky of sparkling stars in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Chamber of Commerce. Chamber President Rich Roche welcomed his audience and introduced incoming chamber President Rick Lemmo . An opportunity drawing attracted generous shoppers, dinner attracted the hungry and dancing to the music of California attracted the light of foot.
NEWS
February 24, 2011
Are there any local businesses that do not have rock music blaring? We hear it at Ralphs, Rite-Aid, Kmart, PetSmart, Payless Shoes, IHOP, Shakey's, Taco Bell, Pinkberry, Chase bank, Hometown Buffet and many other stores. Often we have to ask the manager to turn it down because it is so loud. Do business owners think that their customers' shopping and dining experience is enhanced by them being forced to hear loud rock music? Think again. Steve and Teri Thompson La Crescenta Prop.
NEWS
By Mary O'Keefe | July 13, 2007
At the La Cañada Flintridge Leisure Club installation meeting on Friday, July 6, club members enjoyed a potluck meal as their president, Malak Peterson, reviewed their extremely busy year. The club's 329 members are from foothill communities stretching from Chino Hills to the San Fernando Valley. While many senior citizens may sit back to watch their golden years from the comfort of a favorite rocking chair, these club members keep a schedule so full it would exhaust those much younger.
BUSINESS
By Ryan Vaillancourt | September 24, 2007
While standing in a winding line in a Pasadena frozen yogurt shop more than two years ago, it dawned on La Crescenta resident Tony Yang that he could start a similar business — but do it better — in Glendale. The former owner of a building inspection company, Yang curtailed that career and dove into the booming Southern California frozen yogurt craze — a trend that had already become commonplace in his native Korea, he said. Two years later and more than $250,000 invested in the interior design of his shop alone, Yang opened Dolci Mango at 132 N. Brand Blvd.
NEWS
By RUTH SOWBY | May 20, 2009
When a priest from Ghana gets a doctorate in education from the Claremont Graduate School in two years, ministers at St. Bede?s Church at the same time and needs to gather books and computers for the school system he heads in Ghana, people pay attention. Some 75 supporters gathered Friday at a spacious Glendale home and garden to put their money in the collection plate. That ?plate? consisted of silent auctions, opportunity drawings, and the price of cocktails and heavy hors d?
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June 26, 2009
The Coalition for a Green Glendale, the nonprofit operating the Monterey Community Garden, is partnering with the Pinkberry at the Americana at Brand on Saturday and Sunday to raise money for new Glendale project. The frozen yogurt shop will donate 15% of the purchase price to the nonprofit from patrons who use a flier for the fundraiser, available at www.green-glendale.org . Green Glendale members are scheduled to be at the Pinkberry, 759 Americana Way, from 4 to 5 p.m. both days.
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