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By Loa Blasucci | March 11, 2010
Back in the ’70s, “Hey man—got any bread?” meant “Do you have any money?” Your response would have indicated the status of your wallet, or your “dough.” Our culture seems to love bread so much we even nicknamed our currency after it. Our high consumption of it has made gluten intolerance about as common as credit card debt. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt and (without being specified on the label) in countless processed foods.
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By Anita S. Brenner | September 18, 2013
Ever since Lisa Dupuy reviewed the “new” Café Solé we've been eager to check it out. The new owners are Salvatore and Alessandra Attanasio. We stopped by the La Cañada restaurant last Saturday evening. Café Solé was the perfect place after a 25-hour, hot-weather Yom Kippur fast. As Rashi, the great medieval rabbi and commentator, once said, “the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea at Acre is not similar to the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea in Spain.” The new owners of Café Solé have made two important changes.
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By Lynn Duvall | August 3, 2006
In the restaurant business, the phrase "soft opening" indicates a new venue will start to serve customers without the fanfare and pressure of a grand opening. Kinks in service, preparation, inventory computer programs and construction finishing can be ironed out as the new personnel learn their way around the house. Minx Restaurant and Lounge in the Glendale foothills has softly opened, quietly serving dinner for the past couple weeks in the Glendale foothill location of the former Rusty Pelican.
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By Joe Puglia | February 12, 2009
A simple man he was and he stood before the multitude and with five loaves of bread and two fish he fed the flock of worshipers who had come to see the miraculous. His friends sat in disbelief, but the simple man said, “Why do you doubt me?” He fed them anyway. By subliminal infusion he hoped that his way would become their way and they would become their brother’s keeper. The flock ate the fish and bread and witnessed the miraculous; but unbeknownst to them they consumed more than sustenance.
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By Megan O'Neil | June 10, 2010
Panera Bread, the popular bakery and cafe chain, will open a La Cañada Flintridge location by the end of the month, company officials said. The store, at the northwest corner of the La Cañada Town Center, is scheduled to open June 29. Panera plans to hire up to 50 people in the coming weeks, spokeswoman Kristen Bergevin said. The opening is the end product of years of negotiations between the company and Mattix Development Partners, which owns the La Cañada Town Center. "It is a perfect fit," said General Manager Layla Tabata.
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By Leticia Cheng, LCHS Class of 2005 and Valley Sun Intern | August 5, 2004
In a society where carbs have officially become America's number one enemy, I have to confess that I love carbs. That makes me sound like a Benedict Arnold but I can't even comprehend how anyone can possibly give up white bread, pasta and cereal. Those three items are practically my staple foods! Of course, that also probably explains why the doctor told me that I need to think about losing 10 or 15 pounds. It's worth noting, however, that my parents (who are also part of the no carb craze)
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By Megan O'Neil | June 30, 2010
Panera Bread opened its new La Cañada Flintridge store Tuesday, drawing hungry patrons eager to sample menu items that include a Fuji apple chicken salad and a turkey artichoke sandwich. The bakery and cafe is the latest addition to the Town Center, at the northeast corner of Foothill Boulevard and Angeles Crest Highway, home to the Sport Chalet headquarters and several other retailers and eateries. "We have been really anxious to get it open," store manager Layla Tabata said.
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July 13, 2006
To a crowded auditorium and a standing ovation, Leslie Buhl Dance students performed their 10th and final dance recital June 16. Buhl has accepted a full-time job that will not allow her to teach next year. As the program was aptly named "The Final Bow," family and friends came to watch as the dancers performed such numbers as "Jada," "Good Ship Lollipop," "Shortnin' Bread," "Charleston" and "Hey Mickey." When the program concluded, Buhl emotionally thanked the parents for all their support and graciousness.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | February 8, 2011
St. George’s Preschool looked more like farm than a school last week. That because students there participated in a farm-themed week. There were opportunities throughout the week to help create and paint a cardboard barn, make butter, bread and popcorn, plant vegetables, wash clothes on old-fashioned washboards and milk a wooden “cow” complete with an udder constructed from a latex glove holding real milk. Pony Horses and Petting Zoo, a company out of Northridge, brought the highlight of the week, though — a visit from live animals on Feb. 3 and 4. Students from ages 3 to 5 got the chance to milk a goat and learn and feed the other animals on campus, including an alpaca and sheep.
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By Anita S. Brenner | September 18, 2013
Ever since Lisa Dupuy reviewed the “new” Café Solé we've been eager to check it out. The new owners are Salvatore and Alessandra Attanasio. We stopped by the La Cañada restaurant last Saturday evening. Café Solé was the perfect place after a 25-hour, hot-weather Yom Kippur fast. As Rashi, the great medieval rabbi and commentator, once said, “the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea at Acre is not similar to the flavor of a fish which comes out of the sea in Spain.” The new owners of Café Solé have made two important changes.
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By Megan O'Neil | June 10, 2010
Panera Bread, the popular bakery and cafe chain, will open a La Cañada Flintridge location by the end of the month, company officials said. The store, at the northwest corner of the La Cañada Town Center, is scheduled to open June 29. Panera plans to hire up to 50 people in the coming weeks, spokeswoman Kristen Bergevin said. The opening is the end product of years of negotiations between the company and Mattix Development Partners, which owns the La Cañada Town Center. "It is a perfect fit," said General Manager Layla Tabata.
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By Loa Blasucci | March 11, 2010
Back in the ’70s, “Hey man—got any bread?” meant “Do you have any money?” Your response would have indicated the status of your wallet, or your “dough.” Our culture seems to love bread so much we even nicknamed our currency after it. Our high consumption of it has made gluten intolerance about as common as credit card debt. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt and (without being specified on the label) in countless processed foods.
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By Joe Puglia | February 12, 2009
A simple man he was and he stood before the multitude and with five loaves of bread and two fish he fed the flock of worshipers who had come to see the miraculous. His friends sat in disbelief, but the simple man said, “Why do you doubt me?” He fed them anyway. By subliminal infusion he hoped that his way would become their way and they would become their brother’s keeper. The flock ate the fish and bread and witnessed the miraculous; but unbeknownst to them they consumed more than sustenance.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lynn Duvall | August 3, 2006
In the restaurant business, the phrase "soft opening" indicates a new venue will start to serve customers without the fanfare and pressure of a grand opening. Kinks in service, preparation, inventory computer programs and construction finishing can be ironed out as the new personnel learn their way around the house. Minx Restaurant and Lounge in the Glendale foothills has softly opened, quietly serving dinner for the past couple weeks in the Glendale foothill location of the former Rusty Pelican.
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