Archive for November, 2013

HoneyBaked Ham Celebrates Family

HoneyBaked Ham Celebrates Family

Holidays are a time to give thanks and share a great meal with family and friends. Nothing speaks better to enjoying that tradition than celebrating it with delicious food from Toluca Lake’s HoneyBaked Ham. Whether looking to serve ham, turkey, roast beef, ribs, sides, or salads, HoneyBaked Ham can provide it all. Established in 1978 […]

One-on-One with Emily Gabel-Luddy, Mayor of Burbank

One-on-One with Emily Gabel-Luddy, Mayor of Burbank

Emily Gabel-Luddy, Burbank City Council Member since 2011, was elected Mayor of Burbank in May of this year. The 20-year resident of Burbank earned her Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts and has been honored as a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and Loeb Fellow of Harvard’s Graduate School […]

Center Stage Gallery Presents “The Art and Life of Eyvind Earle”

Center Stage Gallery Presents “The Art and Life of Eyvind Earle”

Please join us for “The Art and Life of Eyvind Earle” through Dec. 15, 2013. On display and for sale for the first time in 15 years this showing features the rare artworks, original oils, serigraphs, scratchboard, and drawings created by the legendary artist Eyvind Earle all through the month of November and December. Some […]

Cheers to “At One Fitness” for 5 Years of Service in NoHo

Cheers to “At One Fitness” for 5 Years of Service in NoHo

By Viollette Doloricon, Staff Writer Kudos to Robin Hart of At One Fitness who received an official Certificate of Recognition from the 46th District of the California State Assembly this past Saturday. This honor coincides with the 5th Anniversary of Robin opening the doors to her labor of love. “I am proud of what At […]

Plastic Surgery Center Grand Opening Held in Burbank

Plastic Surgery Center Grand Opening Held in Burbank

The Grand Opening of Dr. Armen Vartany’s new Plastic Surgery Center was held at the newly constructed building in the heart of the Burbank Media and Entertainment District. In attendance were California State Assembly member (46th District) Adrin Nazarian and City of Burbank Council Member Bob Frutos, as well as family, friends, and former patients. […]

Obscure Christmas Movies

Putting yourself in the spirit of the Christmas movie-watching season begins right after Thanksgiving. Sometimes there’s nothing more enjoyable and comforting on a chilly December’s night than mixing up a cocktail or two in front of a crackling fire and watching a feel-good Christmas movie. (I say “Christmas” movie, not “holiday” movie to distinguish it […]

An Evening with Danny Kaye Starring Brian Childers & Featuring Magician-Comedian Bart Rockett

An Evening with Danny Kaye Starring Brian Childers & Featuring Magician-Comedian Bart Rockett

El Portal Theatre Two Performances New Year’s Eve – Dec. 31, 2013 Celebrations at 4 & 9 p.m. El Portal Theatre proudly presents An Evening with Danny Kaye starring Brian Childers, directed by Stephen Nachamie with musical direction by Jeffrey Beiring and special guest Bart Rockett. The New Year’s Eve celebration will be Dec. 31, 2013, with two […]

Time to Celebrate the Holidays with Good People

Time to Celebrate the Holidays with Good People

It’s great to see Fritz Coleman all year round, but seeing him at Christmas events around town has always made the holidays extra special for me. Over the past years it’s been a joy in to see him highlight the festive spirit with his annual “Fritz’ Holiday Lights” segments on his nightly NBC4 weather reports. […]

Your War Memorabilia, Firearms Earn You Cash With Lock Stock and Barrel Investments

Your War Memorabilia, Firearms Earn You Cash With Lock Stock and Barrel Investments

Lock Stock and Barrel Investments is a firm established to help those with firearms legally turn them into cash. They do so with ease for the seller and while maximizing the seller’s return. Lock Stock and Barrel specializes in the acquisition and disposition of Antique, Collectible, and Fine firearms, firearms paraphernalia, and military memorabilia. While […]

A Tale of Three “Thank-You’s”

A “belated thank-you.” Vanessa, a student in one of my UCLA Extension courses, hadn’t made a favorable impression. She had missed three out of ten classes and never apologized or explained why she had missed class. Ironically, this was a course on interpersonal communication. However, a week after the course ended, she emailed me to […]