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  • Dining: Tasty any way you slice it

    Dining: Tasty any way you slice it
    Nov. 3 is National Sandwich Day, an institution worth celebrating. Where would the bag lunch be without the sandwich? The Wall Street Journal went so far as to dub the sandwich “Britain’s biggest contribution to gastronomy” because the label is typically ascribed to the country's John Montague, fourth Earl of Sandwich. It is said he wanted something easy to eat with one hand so he could continue playing cribbage.
  • Crescenta Valley girls' golf finishes season at CIF tournament

    There weren’t any expectations for the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ golf team when they competed in the CIF Southern Section Eastern Team Divisional event Thursday. Crescenta Valley Coach Lee Pope had several new players in...

    Dining: Toro Grillhouse may have staying power

    Dining: Toro Grillhouse may have staying power
    The space occupied by the new Toro Grillhouse has been at least three other restaurants in recent memory. There was El Toro Tacos, Kix’s BBQ and a kabob place. The owners of Toro Grillhouse are giving this food stand on a busy stretch of Colorado...

    Making 'music out of glass'

    Making 'music out of glass'
    Many people can name a list of musical instruments ranging from flute to piano, but few have encountered a glass armonica. Not only has William Zeitler heard of the unique period instrument — he plays it. Zeitler, a composer and trained pianist,...

    Dining: A market for primo pasta

    Dining: A market for primo pasta
    Restaurants come, restaurants go. When one restaurant has dominated the landscape of the busiest street in Burbank for more than 20 years, it’s time to figure out why. Market City Caffe with its open air patio and large interior stretching over half...