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By Christine Putnam | January 3, 2009
The holidays are over. The fruit cake has been used to fill in that missing brick in the wall in the backyard. You dropped off those visiting in-laws at the airport this morning. The decorations are back in the garage. The new year has started, and you are pricing treadmills and rethinking those last few cookies. Now that you finally have a chance to take a deep breath and relax, why not sit back and enjoy a hot cup of coffee in a quaint, French café in Burbank? Simply Coffee is tucked away in Magnolia Park right off the boulevard, but don’t worry about missing it. The oversized cup of coffee on the marquee outside will draw you in just as the aroma of fresh-brewed coffee hits your nose.
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By Donna Huffaker Evans | August 29, 2009
While economists are saying we may be reaching the end of the recession, I?m still counting pennies, trolling for coupons and looking for ways to stretch the handful of dollars clinging to my wallet. Like a lot of people, I?ve altered my spending behavior, plucking only the necessities from grocery store shelves and vastly reducing my dining-out budget (Food Fight being the exception). Another hibernating habit is buying java from corporate giants. So, I?ve been brewing at home or seeking out independently owned coffee houses.
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October 26, 2002
Leave her T-shirt in the dirty clothes I am sick to death of seeing Jennifer Rodriguez and her "Bush Knew 9/11" T-shirt in the Leader. She is obviously the product of a leftist educational system. To think that our president had knowledge of what would happen Sept. 11 and just let it happen is repugnant. Regardless of one's political affiliation, that accusation is unconscionable. So, she's representing Burbank in Washington? For what it's worth, she doesn't represent me or my views.
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By: Bill Scollon | September 17, 2005
Before Starbucks colonized Burbank, if you can remember such a time, there was Priscilla's. And when the corporate giant put a store across the intersection from the independent java house, many of us feared it would be the end of them. Happily, that wasn't the case. Priscilla's is alive and well and doing what they do best, serving up good cups of coffee, tea and special drinks along with tasty pastries and a smile. Priscilla's is situated on a leafy corner and brings the outdoors inside with an English garden mural that wraps around the room.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | October 27, 2007
There is something eerie about the Santa Ana winds kicking up here in our area every October. I fluctuate between perceiving them as a nuisance and enjoying the seasonal sentiment they bring about. Last Saturday, when the winds were particularly harsh, I found myself somehow enjoying the sensation of the wind whipping my hair across my face as I walked. I inhaled the warm air and proclaimed the winds as ?spooky? to a family member. The Santa Anas fit perfectly with the Halloween season, and God is so creative in His design of sending them our way each fall.
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February 2, 2008
Better to be alert, stick to the road and relax Smokers are smokers, period. Whether it?s cigarettes, cigars or pipes, they?re all the same. I believe that if I?m smelling any of those harmful odors around me, I?m breathing it and therefore, unfortunately, inhaling it. I haven?t seen an increase of road-rage crimes due to the banned public smoking areas (?Can?t relax with all these regulations,? Mailbag, Jan. 23); and quite honestly, I didn?t know that Burbank has an issue of road-rage crimes.
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By Donna Huffaker Evans | October 24, 2009
The mere mention of hospital food elicits contorted facial expressions and conjures images of green Jello and meatloaf surprise. Depending on how sick the patients, or how sad the visitors, chances are, food is not foremost on their minds. But they want to be comforted. Hence, comfort food — flavorful, home-cooked meals that offer a nostalgic, soul-healing appeal. And because feeling better is what every hospital wants for its patients, shouldn’t the cafeterias strive to achieve this basic need?
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By Christine Putnam | January 3, 2009
The holidays are over. The fruit cake has been used to fill in that missing brick in the wall in the backyard. You dropped off those visiting in-laws at the airport this morning. The decorations are back in the garage. The new year has started, and you are pricing treadmills and rethinking those last few cookies. Now that you finally have a chance to take a deep breath and relax, why not sit back and enjoy a hot cup of coffee in a quaint, French café in Burbank? Simply Coffee is tucked away in Magnolia Park right off the boulevard, but don’t worry about missing it. The oversized cup of coffee on the marquee outside will draw you in just as the aroma of fresh-brewed coffee hits your nose.
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