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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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Book’d in Burbank

Presented by Liz D Publicity & Promotions, Book’d in Burbank is a “bookish social gathering” at Theatre Banshee on January 10th. The event includes short readings from local Young Adult (YA), Mystery, and Romance authors, stand-up literary comedy by Jordan Likover, … Continue reading

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