Archive for 2014

Host Your Next Fundraiser at Hill Street Café!

Host Your Next Fundraiser at Hill Street Café!

Are you looking for a new place to host your fundraising event for your school or organization? Well, look no further than Hill Street Café in Burbank! Hill Street has launched a new campaign and plans to host 50 fundraisers, such as school dine-out nights, during this upcoming school year. With a full-service menu including […]

New Image Nail Spa: Offering the Best Because “Burbank Deserves It”

New Image Nail Spa: Offering the Best Because “Burbank Deserves It”

For the past twelve years Jenny Ha has worked in Burbank as an esthetician and manicurist. She says, “I love Burbank. I’ve met so many wonderful people. They are so kind and helpful. This is the nicest place I have ever known.” Jenny Ha says, “I want to offer the best facilities and service possible, […]

SoCal World Guitar Show in Costa Mesa Saturday, August 23rd and 24th

SoCal World Guitar Show in Costa Mesa Saturday, August 23rd and 24th

The SoCal World Guitar Show returns to the Orange County Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa on Saturday August 23rd, 10am-5pm, and Sunday, August 24th, 10am-4pm. This great coastal venue provides a fitting setting for a proven show. This international event features all types of new, used, old and rare instruments, amplifiers and equipment, […]

The “Old School” Emmy Awards on NBC, Monday, Aug. 25th

The “Old School” Emmy Awards on NBC, Monday, Aug. 25th

Earlier this year, after more than a dozen years with Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers made the leap from performing and writing satire and sketch comedy to replacing Jimmy Fallon as the host of NBC’s night owl chat show Late Night. Upcoming is an even bigger gig for Meyers — hosting the 66th Primetime Emmy […]

Theater Alert: Jonah Caught by Fish in Branson

Theater Alert: Jonah Caught by Fish in Branson

What you are about to read is one of those very special places that I would hope that everyone would have the opportunity to visit. Because of the chaotic and challenging times we live in, it is vital that the human condition finds an escape to be refreshed, and reminded that love, peace, and joy […]

The Eyes Have It

The Eyes Have It

I want to Talk about something most of us take for granted: Vision. Oh, I wear glasses, bifocals, which have suited me just fine … until I stunningly discovered I have double vision. Not good while driving on the freeway! Adam’s Team Vision is way up on my very wavy priority list as it’s nearing […]

The Strange Randomness Of Life

Driving south on the 101, just before I got to the 110, I passed a building I never noticed before.  Spray-painted on the side: “You deserve the right kind of love.” I felt comforted, but wondered, “what is the right kind of love?  Is the right kind different for me than for others?” Later that […]

08-13-14

08-13-14

TOLUCA LAKE Rosalind Wyman This weekend at Taschen store in Hollywood, Councilmember LaBonge ran into the youngest person to be elected to the Los Angeles City Council, Rosalind Wyman. Not only was Roz the second woman elected into LA’s City Council, but she also was influential in bringing the Dodgers from Brooklyn, NY to what […]

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass Kicks Off Production with Award-Winning Cast and Production Team

Disney’s Alice In Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass begins principal photography this week, featuring an award-winning production team and all-star ensemble cast, including Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter and Sacha Baron Cohen. James Bobin (The Muppets, Muppets Most Wanted) helms the film, which revisits Lewis Carroll’s beloved stories with an all-new […]

Miss “Dignity” Memorial Day, Briana Deahl and Committee Gives a Check to Burbank American Legion Post 150 for $1,000

Miss “Dignity” Memorial Day, Briana Deahl and Committee Gives a Check to Burbank American Legion Post 150 for $1,000

By Jim Etter Memorial Day 2014 would have been “Business as Usual” with a beautiful ceremony, headed up by “Gunny” Ralph Walker (USMC/retired) at the Burbank/ NoHo Pierce Brothers “Dignity” Memorial Park and Cemetery this year, except for the thundering rumble created by 75+ hot rods, classics, motorcycles and special interest vehicles that set a […]