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  • Agencies reject South Korean Jindos as police dogs

    Agencies reject South Korean Jindos as police dogs
    Reporting from Seoul— In a canine experiment in better policing, the LAPD recently spent months training a pair of South Korean-bred Jindo puppies as possible new street enforcement partners. But the Jindos are in the doghouse as a replacement for...
  • Woman's club hosts authors luncheon

    Woman's club hosts authors luncheon
    A star in its Centennial year programming was the annual Authors Luncheon of the La Crescenta Woman’s Club. Held at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, the Tuesday, Nov. 8 event attracted some 200 women who like to read. Authors on hand,...
  • Peaceful change is long overdue

    A letter on this page was critical of the Occupy Wall Street movement (“Occupy Wall Street a cause for concern,” Nov. 8). Is the person who wrote it OK with the bonuses in the finance industry? For example, the insurance giant AIG gave...
  • Bowling central in Glendale

    Glendale’s Grand Central Airport closed down in the 1950s, and eventually the property was developed as a business park called the Grand Central Industrial Center. One of the new buildings was Grand Central Bowl, a $1-million project at the corner...
  • State auditor to probe Caltrans-owned homes near 710 Freeway

    State officials this week agreed to conduct an audit of the steep costs of maintaining homes owned by the California Department of Transportation along the Long Beach (710) Freeway corridor. Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge)...
  • A comfortable taste of Colombia

    A comfortable taste of Colombia
    Café Colombia opened in 1999 to serve transplanted Colombians. But the Burbank restaurant has plenty of rich comfort to go around. The stew comes with corn on the cob standing in the middle of the bowl. That's the first clue that this is no run-of-the-...
  • Glendale woman dies in plane crash

    GLENDALE — A 40-year-old Glendale woman was killed Sunday when the small plane she was in crashed near Santa Paula Airport, but officials said the cause of her death hasn’t been determined pending toxicology reports. Kristin Keppel was a...
  • Verdugo Views: Winemaking legacy is public park

    Verdugo Views: Winemaking legacy is public park
    Inspired by other French winemakers who had already come to California, a young Frenchman named George Le Mesnager arrived here in 1866. He set about acquiring several plots of land, including the large property in the northern reaches of our city which...
  • El Metate is hard to find, hard to forget

    El Metate is hard to find, hard to forget
    On a quiet, one-way Pasadena street, a few doors down from a comedy club and where you must take caution not to get run over by little old ladies trying to parallel park in front of a medical marijuana store, El Metate Café is a family-run Mexican...
  • Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank

    Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank
    They say you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. But how many do you have to crack to create a successful chain of brunch cafes? The owners of Another Broken Egg Café are trying to find out. The family of restaurants that started in Louisiana...
  • Growing dual language programs generating space, staffing concerns

    Growing dual language programs generating space, staffing concerns
    It started out as an experiment with less than 20 students. Nine years later, Glendale Unified’s dual language programs have caught major traction, growing exponentially and generating waiting lists dozens of names deep. But while the Foreign...
  • Craft beer is hopping

    Craft beer is hopping
    In many ways, the roughly 16-mile stretch between Burbank and San Gabriel is the cradle of craft beer civilization in L.A. County. It’s where many of the first craft beer bars and bottle shops appeared in our area; it’s home to the county&...