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THE818NOW
May 10, 2013
Cartoonist Bert Ring gently -- or not so gently -- ribs some residents who have say the newly approved Hilton Garden hotel at South San Fernando Boulevard and Verdugo Avenue will harm the "tranquility" of downtown Burbank.  -- Dan Evans, Times Community News Follow Dan Evans on Twitter: @EditorDanEvans .  
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | April 18, 2009
There’s a casual little restaurant called Umai Teriyaki that’s fast becoming a favorite of Montrose locals. It’s been open less than a year, and operators Chris and Grace Jung see a steady stream of shoppers, workers, fitness enthusiasts, moms, dads and kids walk through their doors and gobble up their fresh, healthy food. It’s the kind of food you can feel good about eating every day, if you’re so inclined. The place is clean, the prices are decent, and the service is as fast as made-to-order food can be. If I were to open a restaurant, I’d do it the way Chris and Grace have — offer a limited menu of appealing items that you know you prepare well.
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Bill Scollon | January 21, 2006
dineLeave your fancy duds and your pretense behind and enter an authentic American roadhouse -- Ribs U.S.A. in Burbank. Scoop a basket of peanuts from the barrel by the door and make your way across the sawdust-covered floor to a plywood booth. Drinks appear practically instantly and soon you'll be washing down those peanuts with glasses of tea, soda, beer or wine. Go ahead and toss the shells on the floor, that's where they belong at this laid-back, friendly, down-home eatery.
BUSINESS
By Chris Wiebe | March 12, 2008
Owners of a restaurant in Media District West have transformed the site from Euro cuisine to American chophouse, specializing in Southern dishes. Savannah Burbank on 3400 W. Olive Ave. replaced French 75 Bistro last month, in a move that was meant as a departure from the restaurant’s growing reputation as a place for special events, said David Wilhelm, president of Culinary Adventures Restaurants, which owns both eateries. “The honest answer is that the restaurant wasn’t doing the sales volume we had anticipated it would do,” he said.
NEWS
November 17, 2001
Ryan Carter HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- A Burbank man was arrested on Wednesday, two days after allegedly pushing his grandmother to the floor in their home, police said. Sean Michael Millar, 19, allegedly pushed the 80-year-old woman to the floor of their home's living room after he became angry because she turned down music in another room of the house on the 1100 block of Church's Court, police said. "When she went to turn down the music, he grabbed her to push her away, then [allegedly]
NEWS
May 28, 2005
Cherie Mercer Twohy It was a sad day, a few years back, when Gelsinger's Meats closed its doors in Montrose. A local butcher is becoming as rare as I like my steak, and a good one is even rarer than that. Gelsinger's was a treasure, and I'm not the only one who mourned the passing of that era. But they say (whomever they are) that when a door closes, another one opens, and what opened in the former Gelsinger location is Zeke's Smokehouse, a barbecue joint with a neighborhood vibe.
NEWS
March 29, 2003
The following information was taken from police reports: MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH 3000 block of San Fernando Road: A 29-year-old Van Nuys man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly punching and kicking a co-worker after a work-related argument. The victim, a 42-year-old North Hollywood man, suffered cracked ribs and a chipped bone in the chest during the attack. RANCHO DISTRICT 1100 block of West Verdugo Avenue: A 33-year-old Glendale woman and a 34-year-old Burbank woman were arrested Monday after allegedly threatening to kill each other.
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THE818NOW
May 10, 2013
Cartoonist Bert Ring gently -- or not so gently -- ribs some residents who have say the newly approved Hilton Garden hotel at South San Fernando Boulevard and Verdugo Avenue will harm the "tranquility" of downtown Burbank.  -- Dan Evans, Times Community News Follow Dan Evans on Twitter: @EditorDanEvans .  
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By Lisa Dupuy | July 25, 2009
In a world of pre-fab mini-malls, where restaurants turn over annually, it?s pure pleasure to see a place that?s stood the test of time. Pecos Bill?s Bar-B-Q was built brick by brick by Bill Stenzel back in 1946 with a fabulous wood-burning oven as the cornerstone of this 10-by-10-foot space. He came from Oklahoma by way of Tennessee armed with family recipes, old school barbecue know-how and a desire to share his passion for slow-cooked Okie barbecue. His grandson Owen Stenzel and wife, Eva, carry on the tradition today and we?
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Bill Scollon | January 21, 2006
dineLeave your fancy duds and your pretense behind and enter an authentic American roadhouse -- Ribs U.S.A. in Burbank. Scoop a basket of peanuts from the barrel by the door and make your way across the sawdust-covered floor to a plywood booth. Drinks appear practically instantly and soon you'll be washing down those peanuts with glasses of tea, soda, beer or wine. Go ahead and toss the shells on the floor, that's where they belong at this laid-back, friendly, down-home eatery.
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