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THE818NOW
July 12, 2012
For the fourth time since January, up to three “heavy set” women have walked out of a Burbank store with bags of stolen perfume -- the latest theft totaling about $4,000, police said. “They walk in and walk out,” Sgt. Darin Ryburn said of the women involved in the thefts at Ulta on the 1300 block of Victory Place. Police said the women walk through the store, place the fragrances in shopping bags and then leave. “No one inside made any attempt to stop them,” Ryburn said.
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | June 10, 2006
John 12:3 tells us, "Then Mary took about a pint of pure nard, an expensive perfume; she poured it on Jesus' feet and wiped his feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume." (Holy Bible, New International Version) Mary's act of devotion to our Lord was expensive and unusual. Not only was perfume typically poured upon someone's head, Mary used her hair to wipe Jesus' feet ? and a reputable woman in those days did not unbind her hair in public. What can we learn from this act of devotion?
NEWS
December 9, 2009
Paris Hilton has something to say about the recession. She also has a few thoughts on mermaids ? the mythological creatures that were the inspiration for her newest product: a perfume called Siren. Hilton, who burst into the celebrity spotlight with the start of the Fox television series ?The Simple Life? in 2003, was at the Glendale Galleria last week to launch her new product. While she has gained fame through a set of television and film appearances, Hilton has also been lampooned in tabloid and mainstream media for being irresponsible ?
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | February 14, 2009
Life is filled with love, work, joy and sorrow. As I reflect on love in particular, I think of my children. Our children can make us laugh, and our children can make us cry. They cause us to smile, feel anger, irritation and complete ecstasy. I was home with all my children Monday. One child had a doctor?s appointment an hour away. Another had a school project to work on, and my youngest, who is extremely active, was stuck in the house because of the rain. He caused a ruckus all day long!
BUSINESS
By Rachel Kane | May 16, 2007
Bare Sole of Burbank may be the only shoe store in the city that sells strapped sandals without straps. Owners Cissy Conner and her daughter Katherine Longley have made a business where shoe shoppers can customize strapless, flat and heeled sandal bottoms with a variety of laces, beads and baubles to finish them off. Their West Magnolia Boulevard store sells 10 different styles of shoe soles, from flat sandals to 7-inch heels. "The idea of the store is you design the tops of your shoes," Longley said.
BUSINESS
By Alison Kjeldgaard | January 28, 2009
For many people, juggling venues, rental companies and designers when planning an event can feel like an impossible task. Knowing how hard event planning can be, three small-business owners have teamed up to plan and design events from one location. Event coordinator Christine Zohrabians, along with designers Sherry Nalbandian and Lara Peltekian, have created an event showroom where clients can organize their events in one place. “It’s convenient for a client to come here, sit down, see everything, consult, pick, order and then execute,” Nalbandian said.
NEWS
June 6, 2001
Lolita Harper BURBANK -- Experts are buzzing about the expected increase in bee swarms over the summer. Lance Atkinson, owner of Bee Experts, said he has already seen problems with bees in people's walls, under their tiles, in chimneys, under wood shingles and in backyards. Although Atkinson has not been unusually busy, all of his colleagues are anticipating an increase in business this summer because of unusual weather with dramatic temperature changes, he said.
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By Rachel Kane | August 15, 2007
The Burbank Empire Center just got a little more beautiful. Ulta Beauty, the 10,000-square-foot store chock full of cosmetics, hair-care products, nail polishes and perfumes, opened Monday and saw about 180 customers come through its tall glass doors. “A lot of clients will come in and say, ‘Oh, you’re like a Sephora,’” said Tammy Buchanan, Ulta Beauty’s general manager. “But we’re not.” The store carries many of the same brands that makeup, hair care and perfume supply store Sephora does, but Ulta also carries a range of cosmetics and beauty products from drugstore lines.
NEWS
April 4, 2012
A 13-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man were arrested early Tuesday on suspicion of burglarizing two vehicles after officers spotted them wearing gloves and walking on Kenneth Road, police said. Steven Moore, 18, of Burbank, and the 13-year-old boy, whose name wasn't released because he's a minor, were arrested in connection with using bolt cutters to burglarize vehicles parked on Roselli Street in Burbank, according to Glendale police reports. Police saw Moore and the boy just after midnight messing with the door handles of a vehicle parked on Kenneth Road near Alameda Avenue, according to police reports.
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By Bryan Mahoney | November 27, 2012
Do not cry for the lonely caviar vending machine. Though it is the subject of much ridicule, it is a piece of art in its own right. It's a fitting reflection, if you will, of our own hubris, standing guard over the Burbank Town Centre Mall atrium where Santa himself - the bastion of opulence and excess - holds court. I stood before the Beverly Hills Caviar machine at length on Black Friday, oblivious to the whirl of commerce all about me. Its soft, glowing snack tray lazily melted in hue from blue to purple to red to orange.
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THE818NOW
July 12, 2012
For the fourth time since January, up to three “heavy set” women have walked out of a Burbank store with bags of stolen perfume -- the latest theft totaling about $4,000, police said. “They walk in and walk out,” Sgt. Darin Ryburn said of the women involved in the thefts at Ulta on the 1300 block of Victory Place. Police said the women walk through the store, place the fragrances in shopping bags and then leave. “No one inside made any attempt to stop them,” Ryburn said.
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NEWS
December 9, 2009
Paris Hilton has something to say about the recession. She also has a few thoughts on mermaids ? the mythological creatures that were the inspiration for her newest product: a perfume called Siren. Hilton, who burst into the celebrity spotlight with the start of the Fox television series ?The Simple Life? in 2003, was at the Glendale Galleria last week to launch her new product. While she has gained fame through a set of television and film appearances, Hilton has also been lampooned in tabloid and mainstream media for being irresponsible ?
NEWS
By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | February 14, 2009
Life is filled with love, work, joy and sorrow. As I reflect on love in particular, I think of my children. Our children can make us laugh, and our children can make us cry. They cause us to smile, feel anger, irritation and complete ecstasy. I was home with all my children Monday. One child had a doctor?s appointment an hour away. Another had a school project to work on, and my youngest, who is extremely active, was stuck in the house because of the rain. He caused a ruckus all day long!
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By KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | June 10, 2006
John 12:3 tells us, "Then Mary took about a pint of pure nard, an expensive perfume; she poured it on Jesus' feet and wiped his feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume." (Holy Bible, New International Version) Mary's act of devotion to our Lord was expensive and unusual. Not only was perfume typically poured upon someone's head, Mary used her hair to wipe Jesus' feet ? and a reputable woman in those days did not unbind her hair in public. What can we learn from this act of devotion?
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