Glendale approves Armenian American Museum plans

Glendale’s future Armenian American Museum took a step forward last week when the Glendale City Council approved preliminary designs for the building and surrounding Glendale Central Park. Glendale City council is moving ahead with negotiations to lease city property near Brand Boulevard and Colorado Street, where the museum would rise, […] Read more »

Senior Street Fair, Glendale

Husband and I went to the Senior Street Fair on the Maryland Paseo, today.  We were curious, in the area (picking up our updated Living Trust) and hungry.  King Taco is right there. Here is a list of 5 important things we discovered and learned. 1) Affordable Housing: Did you know […] Read more »

Is The Shake Shack Worth The Wait?

Famed New York burger joint, Shake Shack, opened in Glendale CA.  We have read all sorts of glowing reviews and have observed consistently long lines.  And this made us wonder…. what burger is worth a 30 – 60 min wait? Never fear- DIGGS is here to scope it out for […] Read more »

Alex Theater

Historic Alex Theater- 3D Scan

(originally posted on LA Times May 14, 2015) The Alex Theatre’s backstage is off-limits to patrons, but a new 3D virtual tour of the historic venue lets anyone get a peek behind the curtains as well a dollhouse view of the auditorium. Montrose-based Realtor Kendyl Young uses a tech service […] Read more »

Downtown Glendale, Ca

February Featured Neighborhood- Downtown Glendale

Welcome to Downtown Glendale: Luxury, no hassle lifestyle- great shopping, eats and entertainment. This is not your Grandma’s Downtown Glendale! Downtown Glendale offers a walkable lifestyle that is rare in a suburban town.  Great local gems, like Portos’ Bakery,  Jax and Daemon’s combined with the outstanding shopping and entertainment complexes […] Read more »