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  • Studio has inconsistent quarter

    Glendale-based DreamWorks Animation on Thursday reported strong fourth-quarter earnings, despite what Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg admitted was an “up-and-down” performance for the studio. DreamWorks revenues rose to $275.7 million,...
  • Meet 'n Potatoes truck cited

    The food fight between restaurateurs and mobile gourmet trucks has picked up in recent weeks as the two industries tussle over a prime customer base — the lunch crowd. Steve Sevag, operator of the gourmet food truck Meet ‘n Potatoes, is...
  • Horse facilities become more public

    Horse facilities become more public
    CITY HALL — Local horse owners will get access to public riding facilities as part of a new walkway along the Glendale portion of the Los Angeles River after the City Council voted to move the project forward. The two redeveloped equestrian...
  • Number 9, number 9

    Number 9, number 9
    David Krohn was disappointed when he didn't get any trick-or-treaters the first year he and his wife moved into their home on a cul-de-sac in La Crescenta. So he and his friends started a tradition of creating a haunted house on his property. Nine years...
  • From animation to the stage

    From animation to the stage
    For Glendale resident Douglas Rogers, life took an animated turn in 1998 when he was hired as art director for "Shrek." "I had come to Los Angeles to do 'Othello' at the Shakespeare Festival. Jeffrey Katzenburg (producer of 'Shrek' and DreamWorks...
  • Artists make an animated effort

    Artists make an animated effort
    BURBANK — Armed with a folder packed with sketches, 20-year-old Matthew Lewis was eager Saturday to get honest critiques of his drawings from industry experts at this year's animation expo. For Lewis, his folder of cartoon sketches represents...
  • The city's economic bright spot

    Glendale’s San Fernando Road corridor, long a drab bastion of nondescript warehouses and vague storefronts, continued its transformation this week with yet another huge commitment from the Walt Disney Co. and another firm poached from Los Angeles....
  • New home is a dream come true

    Porto's Bakery employee Gonzalo Saabedra, his wife and four children have lived in a cramped one-bedroom apartment for 12 years in Glendale. The small apartment limited the family's freedom to play freely or have alone time, but Saabedra and his family...
  • Glendale settles suit with cosmetics company

    CITY HALL — Glendale has agreed to pay a cosmetics company more than $400,000 to settle the company’s claim that it lost business after the city used threats of eminent domain in 2006 to push it out of a tenant building for a street-widening...
  • City working to lure artful companies

    CITY HALL — The notoriously lengthy process for opening a business in Glendale will need to be significantly shortened if the city hopes to attract creative arts and media companies to the drab San Fernando industrial corridor, officials said. The...
  • Studios give back locally

    The Burbank and Glendale movie studios famous around the world know charity begins at home. The Walt Disney Co., Warner Bros. Studios and DreamWorks Animation each donate hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, gear and volunteer time to a host of...
  • Bridge traffic light so far

    GLENDALE — Two days after the Fairmont Avenue bridge officially opened to vehicles at the San Fernando Road interchange, officials say traffic has been relatively light. Public Works officials expect traffic to increase as more people learn that...