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San Fernando Valley roundup: NoHo dining car still closed, Paul Rudd’s former life as a D.J.

Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, November 28. With restaurants, coffee shops, bars and art galleries, nightlife is booming in North Hollywood.

But Phil’s Diner, which served dishes out of a renovated dining car, was shuttered less than a year after opening on Lankershim. What will happen to it? Patch


A fire along railroad tracks in North Hollywood burned some film props, reports Contra Costa Times.

A baby who fell into a toilet and almost drowned was rescued by helicopter, reports NBC


The attorney for the mother of an infant who died after suffering from broken bones says the woman didn’t know the child was being abused, reports the Burbank Leader.

Did you know Paul Rudd once worked as a bat mitzvah D.J. in the Valley? Watch the video over at the N.Y. Times.

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

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