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.
March 18, 2008
Glendale Unified School District elementary school menu for March 18-24. TODAY: Teriyaki beef and rice bowl, chicken patty on bun, turkey and cheese on French roll, chef salad, garden bar, yogurt, rice. WEDNESDAY: Chili-cheese wrap, turkey corn dog, ham and cheese on bagel, taco salad, garden bar, yogurt. THURSDAY: Sloppy Joe on bun, chicken nuggets, turkey-and-cheese submarine sandwich, Chinese chicken salad, garden bar, yogurt, potato smiles.
November 9, 1999
BUSINESS FILINGS The following companies have filed with the city of Glendale Building and Safety Department for a Use and Occupancy certificate. Companies must refile if there is a change of name, ownership or address.Verdugo Jobs Center, Oct. 6 Ararat Deli Grocery, Oct. 6 DVS Digital Video, Inc., Oct. 6 Auto Zone Store No. 5381, Oct. 6 R. H. & A. LLC., Oct. 6 Multicolor Press, Oct. 7 On Time Photo, Oct. 8 Arden Realty, Inc., Oct. 8 Angeles Communications, Oct. 8 E.M.S.
August 23, 2008
Last week, I thought the only remedy for a hot, smoggy August afternoon was an air-conditioned coffee house with my large iced latte in hand, and my iPod blaring the top 20 in my ears. Yesterday, I walked into the hip surroundings of Yogurtiers in Burbank, served myself a large frozen yogurt and relaxed in front of a flat-panel television showing MTV. I left with a whole new perspective. Who knew frozen yogurt topped with some fresh fruit and crunchy breakfast cereal could make you forget your favorite java — and the triple-digit temperatures outside?