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By Christopher Cadelago | July 29, 2009
BURBANK ? Answering calls to replenish depleted shelves at the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, one of the city?s main charities dedicated to assisting the homeless and low-income residents, a dozen real estate professionals spent the weekend collecting and delivering 11 shopping carts of food and toiletries. Dan Soderstrom led a team from Dilbeck GMAC Real Estate down city streets and through neighborhoods with the message that ?hunger doesn?t take a summer vacation.? ?This is something I made a point to do at my previous company and everyone was glad to pitch in,?
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By Rebecca Bryant | July 7, 2012
The inside of 40 Love Café feels like a food court, the outside just the tiniest bit like Wimbledon courtside. Within the Burbank Tennis Center, the café's interior is all large white floor tiles and pinkish walls, with the tables and white tubular chairs you've seen inside countless malls. But step outside and you're in the world of tennis whites, with al fresco seating at café tables overlooking an immaculate court. Kudos to the tennis student brave enough to schedule a lesson at midday, when the tables are full with the lunchtime crowd.
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April 19, 2000
Denise A. Diamond, Enjoy! GLENDALE -- You don't have to go far to taste the flavors of the Far East. Thai Skewers offers affordable Thai food at its friendly and casual yellow awning restaurant on Brand Boulevard, downtown Glendale. The menu contains a broad range of Thai items such as spring rolls, glass noodle soup, yum and Thai salad, pad Thai noodles, fried rice and curries. However, as the name indicates, skewered meat grilled on little sticks is its specialty.
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By Joanna Linkchorst | June 23, 2007
Don't blink when you're driving west on Foothill before Lauderdale or you'll miss T-House. And you would be very disappointed if you did. Just a tiny storefront, this wonderful little place holds some of the best Thai cuisine in the Crescenta Valley. Most of the business seems to be take-out or delivery (free within a 3-mile radius) because the restaurant space holds only about 20 people for dining, but the care to the interior, and the caring service, make it worth staying. The tablecloths, obviously homemade, since they match the curtain to the kitchen area, change with the seasons and holidays.
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By Phillip Hain | May 22, 2010
If you are looking for a simple, nondescript, affordable place that has good Thai food, head over to Saraya Thai in Burbank. Look closely because it?s tucked in the corner of a strip mall, far from the trendier parts of town, making it a nice respite away from noise and crowds. The menu offers a wide variety of traditional Thai selections, although you will notice some dishes such as kung pao and tempura that are more commonly associated with Chinese and Japanese dining. However, if you?
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By Alison Tully | July 2, 2008
Marcie Jones plans to stop by Top of the Swirl a few times a week for yogurt, even though she’s tried it only once. “I am a yogurt fiend; I usually stop at Haagen-Dazs on the way back from work, but now I am going to have to come here instead,” said Jones, who is a barista at a Starbucks in Glendale. “They have great toppings, and it’s way better than other yogurt places in the area because you get tons of fruit in every bite.” Top of the Swirl, which opened a month ago, prides itself on its self-serve setup, allowing customers to concoct their own dessert creations.
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By Christopher Cadelago | July 29, 2009
BURBANK ? Answering calls to replenish depleted shelves at the Burbank Temporary Aid Center, one of the city?s main charities dedicated to assisting the homeless and low-income residents, a dozen real estate professionals spent the weekend collecting and delivering 11 shopping carts of food and toiletries. Dan Soderstrom led a team from Dilbeck GMAC Real Estate down city streets and through neighborhoods with the message that ?hunger doesn?t take a summer vacation.? ?This is something I made a point to do at my previous company and everyone was glad to pitch in,?
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