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By Michael J. Arvizu | March 24, 2010
Moteaze’s Salon and Spa in Burbank may well add “gallery” to its name. Located at 4021 W. Burbank Blvd., the salon mixes hair styling with the works of local artists. It held a pre-grand-opening celebration where family and friends of Moteaze, who goes only by one name, gathered to sample some of the hair salon and spa’s services. Prior to the celebration, artist-in-residence Melissa May Curtis could be found with hammer in hand as she hung her works of art on the salon’s gray walls.
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May 16, 2009
Santa made an appearance It looks like your Burbank on Parade reporter needs new glasses (“Parade goes Hollywood,” April 29). How could he not see the smallest “float” in the parade? Thousands of kids and adults saw good old Santa in his electric wheelchair. And they waived to him! Boy was his arm tired from waving back to his multitude of fans, both young and old folks too. That arm had to keep on waving for the entire parade route. Seventy-five-year-old Santa flew in from the North pole (OK, so it’s Burbank)
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By Rachel Kane | January 17, 2007
A new spa in Burbank is going organic — in terms of services, and also structure. Downtown Burbank's rA Organic Spa will feature toxin-free, clay-based paint and beauty products that use only organic ingredients. The new spa on North San Fernando Boulevard will offer Shiatsu, Swedish and Thai Yoga massage, as well as reflexology treatments for the entire body. "I wanted to go against the typical spa and just sort of challenge what they do," co-owner Chris Haas said.
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By Chris Wiebe | October 18, 2006
Hairlinks in Burbank offers all the services one would expect to find at any full-service salon or health spa, but the owners and staff also reach out to a clientele who have unique set of circumstances. "We have a special connection with patients who have experienced hair loss as a result chemotherapy or alopecia," esthetician Shelly Hess said. To counteract scalp trauma induced by chemotherapy, Hairlinks offers a number of treatment options, including low level light therapy, which uses laser light to stimulate regrowth, said owner Susan Adjian, who has been treating hair loss for 15 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 3, 2009
Hordes of hungry participants circled some of the city?s tastiest fare Thursday while also providing assistance to those who hope to join the YMCA. Taste of Downtown Burbank showcased samples from more than 30 restaurants, including Buffalo Wild Wings and Crepe Maker, and debuted items as the Beer & Wine Garden on the AMC Walkway offered samples of brews and wines. Families strolled the walkways while others took part in special ?Dine and Unwind? packages, in which local hotels offered one-night stays, two tickets to the event and a complimentary one-hour Swedish massage at Ra Organic Spa.
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May 18, 2002
Maya Kukes SOUTH SAN FERNANDO DISTRICT -- A trip to anywhere in the world is just one of the items up for bid at a silent auction fund-raiser for First Lutheran Church and School today. The event includes a carnival with games like basketball and ring toss. A quarter will gain admission to a "bounce house." Food, including hot dogs, hamburgers, lemon bars, brownies, cookies and cakes will be for sale. Children can also participate in arts and crafts projects and have their faces painted.
NEWS
August 16, 2003
A 3-year-old Burbank girl died Wednesday from what police called an accidental drowning. The girl was one of five kids playing in a backyard pool at a home in the 1000 block of East San Jose Avenue. After the children came inside, the adults noticed the girl was not with them, police said. When they went outside they found her in a spa connected to the pool, police said. Police and paramedics were called to the home about 3:30 p.m. The girl was taken to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, but police said paramedics were unable to revive her. The death was ruled accidental and police said no criminal charges will be filed.
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August 10, 2012
Singer-actress Hilary Duff has sold her Toluca Lake estate for slightly less than its asking price of $6.25 million. The buyers are designer Don Stanzione and Sheri Callan, who owns Callan Advertising, which focuses on the independent film industry. The reinvented Mediterranean mansion, built in 1951, features a central courtyard, high ceilings, an industrial-style kitchen, a gym, a billiards room, multiple offices, art and dance studios, a bar, five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 9,277 square feet of living space.
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Patrick Caneday | June 5, 2010
I 've been a little tense lately. Could you tell? Maybe it's being home with the kids too much. Maybe it's finances or wondering when I'm going to figure out who I really am. "The Office," "30 Rock" and "Modern Family" are all in reruns, and everything else on TV gives me agita. I don't care why, how or when Lindsay Lohan is in court and wonder what ever happened to real news reporting. I'm sick of hearing people argue and blame each other, right, left and ambidextrous.
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By Joyce Rudolph | June 18, 2008
Glendale merchants are coordinating a summer film series at the Alex Theatre in hopes of bringing more people to the downtown area, while raising funds for local charities. “The Untouchables” kicks off the series tonight with a VIP reception at 6, catered by Damon’s Steak House. The series is co-sponsored by the Downtown Glendale Merchants Assn. and Massage Envy Spa. “We’re very, very excited about it,” said Helen McDonagh, owner of Massage Envy Spa and merchants association board member.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | March 24, 2010
Moteaze’s Salon and Spa in Burbank may well add “gallery” to its name. Located at 4021 W. Burbank Blvd., the salon mixes hair styling with the works of local artists. It held a pre-grand-opening celebration where family and friends of Moteaze, who goes only by one name, gathered to sample some of the hair salon and spa’s services. Prior to the celebration, artist-in-residence Melissa May Curtis could be found with hammer in hand as she hung her works of art on the salon’s gray walls.
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FEATURES
May 16, 2009
Santa made an appearance It looks like your Burbank on Parade reporter needs new glasses (“Parade goes Hollywood,” April 29). How could he not see the smallest “float” in the parade? Thousands of kids and adults saw good old Santa in his electric wheelchair. And they waived to him! Boy was his arm tired from waving back to his multitude of fans, both young and old folks too. That arm had to keep on waving for the entire parade route. Seventy-five-year-old Santa flew in from the North pole (OK, so it’s Burbank)
BUSINESS
By Rachel Kane | January 17, 2007
A new spa in Burbank is going organic — in terms of services, and also structure. Downtown Burbank's rA Organic Spa will feature toxin-free, clay-based paint and beauty products that use only organic ingredients. The new spa on North San Fernando Boulevard will offer Shiatsu, Swedish and Thai Yoga massage, as well as reflexology treatments for the entire body. "I wanted to go against the typical spa and just sort of challenge what they do," co-owner Chris Haas said.
BUSINESS
By Chris Wiebe | October 18, 2006
Hairlinks in Burbank offers all the services one would expect to find at any full-service salon or health spa, but the owners and staff also reach out to a clientele who have unique set of circumstances. "We have a special connection with patients who have experienced hair loss as a result chemotherapy or alopecia," esthetician Shelly Hess said. To counteract scalp trauma induced by chemotherapy, Hairlinks offers a number of treatment options, including low level light therapy, which uses laser light to stimulate regrowth, said owner Susan Adjian, who has been treating hair loss for 15 years.
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