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  • Review: Dumpling obsession at Tumanyan Khinkali Factory in Glendale

    Review: Dumpling obsession at Tumanyan Khinkali Factory in Glendale

    Meet khinkali, your latest obsession. Khinkali are soup dumplings from the mountains north of Tbilisi, Georgia. When you check Google Maps for the mountain village in which they may have been born, khinkali is the only word you will be able to read on the screen — the location, apparently, of a...

  • A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale

    A delightful Middle Eastern smorgasbord at Adana in Glendale

    If you want to understand Adana, a Middle Eastern restaurant in an industrial corner of Glendale, you should probably order what the menu calls the cheese platter. At $11, it is by far the most expensive appetizer, although it resembles a plate that many Iranian restaurants put out on the table...

  • 38 L.A. restaurants with Valentine's Day specials

    38 L.A. restaurants with Valentine's Day specials

    Valentine's Day is the perfect excuse to spoil that special someone, or revel in the fact that you're single, and don't need to buy a gift for anyone but yourself. It's also called singles awareness day, right? Whether you're solo or in a couple, if you're looking for somewhere to dine out on Feb....

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  • Glendale vehicle pursuit that ended in L.A. nets two arrests

    Glendale vehicle pursuit that ended in L.A. nets two arrests

    Two men who allegedly took Glendale police on a vehicle chase that ended in downtown Los Angeles over the holiday weekend are currently out on bail, authorities say. Officers with the Glendale Police Department responded to a possible residential burglary at around 8 p.m. Saturday in the 1200 block...

  • GCC: Open auditions slated for spring theater production at GCC

    Open auditions for the “Marco Millions” by Eugene O’Neill will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 and 22 at Glendale Community College. The spring production will be produced by the college’s theater arts department. Those auditioning should read and become familiar with the play, which takes a satirical...

  • On the Town: Young kidney patients celebrate at annual prom

    On the Town: Young kidney patients celebrate at annual prom

    The Renal Support Network’s 19th annual Renal Teen prom drew more than 200 young people from 12 to 24 years old with kidney disease. This past Sunday, the Glendale Hilton ballroom was decorated Calypso-style with tropical decor, dancing, a photo booth and renal-friendly food such as apples and...

  • Rocket Research Institute, founded in Glendale, celebrates 75 years

    Rocket Research Institute, founded in Glendale, celebrates 75 years

    When the Glendale Rocket Society was founded by students at Clark Junior High— the current site of Crescenta Valley High — the Battle of Stalingrad during World War II had just commenced and Dwight D. Eisenhower had not yet taken command of the Allied Forces in Europe. The organization’s leader,...

  • Empowerment panel spotlights leadership barriers, successes for women

    Four local women who’ve experienced success in a variety of male-dominated professions took part in a discussion Wednesday as part of the inaugural “EmpowHER” panel for women’s leadership and networking at the Brand Library and Art Center. The panelists were Clare Ceplecha, senior fiduciary adviser...

  • Youths get to enjoy an evening of dancing, fun at Renal Teen Prom

    Youths get to enjoy an evening of dancing, fun at Renal Teen Prom

    Hundreds of teens battling kidney disease will gather Sunday at the Glendale Hilton for an annual prom created to give them an opportunity to make merry and potentially offer support and guidance to one another. Organizer Lori Hartwell missed her own senior prom at Herbert Hoover High School because...

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