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Veggie Grill Has a New Location in Toluca Lake

Continuing in its quest to make delicious vegan food more accessible, Veggie Grill recently opened its newest location on the border of Toluca Lake and Burbank. Located across the street from Googie-style architectural icon Bob’s Big Boy, Veggie Grill still … Continue reading

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We Continue Following Quentin Tarantino Around: Burbank

Last weekend Quentin Tarantino took the filming of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood/Aquarius to Burbank, where the buildings and signs are so old he didn’t have to do much. The one thing he did do was decorate Burbank Boulevard … Continue reading

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Where to Watch 4th of July Fireworks 2018

Some people have been saying that they don’t feel patriotic this year. But I don’t see this holiday being about politics. it’s a day for barbecuing with your family, going to parades and blowing shit up. My only real problem … Continue reading

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I’d Eat That: Quick and Classy Lunch at Market City Caffe, Burbank

Market City Caffe in Burbank ie featuring a mid-day service that makes it easy to get a lunch that’s the quality of a full service restaurant in about the time you could be in and out of a fast food place. Continue reading

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Chili John’s Serves Classic Chili along with a Sense of Community

In 1913, “Chili John” Isaac opened his cozy little restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin with a $40 stake. In 1946, his son Ernie opened Chili John’s in Burbank, and painted the bucolic mural that graces the back wall himself. It is the … Continue reading

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Stop the Presses! There is an Arcade in Burbank with a Gastropub and a Roller Coaster!

One of the best things about the Redondo Pier is that in between Fire Chiefs at Old Tony’s and craft beer at Najas, you can ride the tilt-a-whirl at Redondo Fun Factory. Booze plus rides = FUN. So when I heard … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016: What It looked Like!

There were a flurry of Fashion Shows throughout LA over the last couple of weeks with various productions being offered in different locations exhibiting mostly local designers with their lines. It was a stunning week of various fashion directions birthed … Continue reading

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Burbank’s Doughnut Hut: All that’s Missing is U!

The Doughnut Hut on Magnolia is probably best known for its retro exterior (recently seen in a burger commercial) and its cheesy sign. DOUGHN T HUT What’s Missing?    U (Of course!) Even hidden in this sleepy ‘burb, Doughnut Hut has made … Continue reading

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Random LA: “A mannequin in a bikini will bring ’em in!”

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FirstStage Knocks Another Annual Playwright’s Express out of the Gates!

An ambivalent vehicle owner sits in the parking lot of a used car dealership panicking over which direction to turn.  (There are only two.)  Suddenly and seemingly out of nowhere, a British voice comes to his aid lauding his eventual … Continue reading

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