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By Lisa Dupuy | May 14, 2013
Whiplash is one of the hazards of my job. I take unfamiliar streets when I drive around town with the express purpose of discovering new restaurants. Peacha's, a tiny place on south Victory near Alameda in Burbank, made me do a hard double-take, almost hitting the car in front of me. Luckily, I didn't. Instead, I got to enjoy the best chimichanga of my life. In all fairness, I don't normally do chimichangas, with the deep-frying and all, but I had to believe the nice guy behind the counter when he said they were really good.
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By Lisa Dupuy | May 23, 2009
There?s a new kid in town named Roman ? Roman?s Gourmet Express, that is. Open just four weeks, this convenient spot for breakfast and lunch is already doing a bang-up business. That?s because it offers the right formula to the local population of businesspeople ? crowd-pleasing food, a large, cheery space, fair prices and quick, professional service. Roman?s Gourmet Express is on the street level of the large office building at the corner of Brand Boulevard and Milford Street, just a couple of blocks from the Glendale (134)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Christine Putnam | June 30, 2007
Let's face it, no matter where you travel this summer in the United States, you will find, even in some of the smallest mid-Western towns, a Mexican restaurant. I have tasted some of the best enchiladas in Ohio and fajitas in Kansas. There is something comforting about cheese enchiladas, warm refried beans and Spanish rice, especially when you are on a long road trip. Fortunately, you do not have to go that far to find sensational Mexican food. Burbank has some of the best cuisine from south of the border.
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By JUNE CASAGRANDE | May 17, 2006
I feel bad. And I'll tell you why I feel bad. I feel bad because, just three sentences into this column, I know that certain readers are already booting up their laptops, hardly able to wait for that little Windows logo to finish waving so they can read me the riot act regarding my first three sentences. "Bad," these readers are just itching to tell me, is not an adverb. What I meant to write, they'll say, is that I feel "badly." And here's the reason I feel so bad: This is a setup.
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By JUNE CASAGRANDE | June 9, 2006
I feel bad. And I'll tell you why I feel bad. I feel bad because, just three sentences into this column, I know that certain readers are already booting up their laptops, hardly able to wait for that little Windows logo to finish waving so they can read me the riot act regarding my first three sentences. "Bad," these readers are just itching to tell me, is not an adverb. What I meant to write, they'll say, is that I feel "badly." And here's the reason I feel so bad: This is a setup.
NEWS
March 11, 2000
Joyce Rudolph Burbank Historical Society members are anticipating further expansion of their museum following the donation of $100,000 from a longtime supporter. Mary Jane Strickland, founder of the society and Gordon R. Howard Museum Complex, is ecstatic about the gift from Mary Howard. Mary is the widow of Gordon R. Howard for whom the museum is named. He was the major donor when Strickland sought community support to start the museum back in the early 1970s and continued support through construction and maintenance of the main building.
NEWS
August 12, 2009
CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO Joseph Cohen runs the kind of family joint where he and his family would actually eat. Here, the John Burroughs High graduate marinates meats, dices vegetables for fresh salsas and makes the tortillas from scratch. Cohen, along with his wife and four children, opened Alambres Fresh Mexican Grill one year ago and have since braved the rugged economy. We caught up with him at his San Fernando Boulevard location.   CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO: What’s the significance of the name?
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