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  • This just in — Glendale is boring. So what?

    Glendale is boring (“Glendale to get 'animated' in image makeover,” Dec. 1)! Stop the presses! Let me stifle a yawn and say that Glendale has always been to boredom what the Vatican is to Roman Catholicism: ground zero. Some will whimper...
  • Starbucks tries to woo business owners

    Starbucks tries to woo business owners
    Starbucks representatives armed with renderings, color palettes and pledges of community involvement tried to calm tensions sparked by their plan to open a location in the Montrose Shopping Park on Honolulu Avenue. “We’re not evil corporate...
  • Starbucks would fit fine in Montrose

    For the past couple of months, there has been a great deal of discussion about having a Starbucks coffeehouse open near another franchise coffeehouse, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, in Montrose. (“Starbucks tries to woo business owners, Oct. 7)....
  • Small Wonders: He's not here to make friends

    Editor's note: While Patrick Caneday takes some time off, we’re running some of his choices for re-publication. This column was first published May 15, 2010. Each Saturday morning I open the local newspaper and am shocked to see my scraggly,...
  • Smart meters, parade floats and political upsets: 2011 in review

    Smart meters, parade floats and political upsets: 2011 in review
    Coyotes and Capote, political comebacks and smart meters, as well as controversy and intrigue in the quaint, but not-so-sleepy community of Montrose, gave us a year that included a fascinating set of story lines that will continue to reverberate into...
  • Start the Presses: Name those lion cubs

    It was a story that captured the hearts of Southern Californians in the days just prior to Christmas — two starving mountain lion cubs rescued off the streets of Burbank. The cubs are doing just fine now, yawning and purring in an animal...
  • Starbucks plan stirs up debate

    Starbucks plan stirs up debate
    Most of the roughly 40 people who attended a hearing Wednesday for a proposed Starbucks in Montrose expressed support for the coffee chain, arguing it would generate badly needed foot traffic for the mostly mom-and-pop business district. Starbucks...
  • Start the Presses: The name is the game

    We asked, and you delivered. More than 100 people submitted nearly 200 possible names for the two mountain lion cubs rescued last month. Now it's your turn. If you haven't had a chance to vote in our online poll, you have until Monday to submit your...
  • Unclassified Info: There's an upside to a corner Starbucks

    For a city about to proclaim itself as animated, there is not much going on these days. I realize it's the “dead of winter,” but do we always have to embody the “dead” part so much? To tell the truth, slow news weeks are where...
  • Planning commissioner OKs Starbuck's bid to open in Montrose

    Starbucks could soon start brewing in Montrose after a Glendale planning official this week signed off on an application that will allow the company to operate with fewer parking spaces than required by law. The permit, approved in a letter dated Feb. 1...
  • No pain, no gain for Montrose

    In the months since the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. remade itself in the wake of the Harvest Market revenue investigation, the quiet mom-and-pop district it oversees has been showing signs of growing pains. May we refer merchants to that universal...
  • Mailbag: Change may be too much for Montrose

    Mailbag: Change may be too much for Montrose
    Recent headlines present a thought-provoking juxtaposition: “Changes sown at the Harvest Market” and “Lights, camera, money” on Feb. 3. Change is coming to Montrose, beyond the proposals for the Harvest Market, and here's what I...