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Saturday, January 06, 2007


Noir Dame

Funny, I read this with a dumb grin on my face - could echo half of what you've posted here!

Burbank is one of the most underestimated places in LA, if not the US. Where else can you find spots like the Safari Inn, 8 Ball, Tallyrand, the fabric and resale shops of Magnolia?

More places in the US should be like Burbank, if you ask me - the perfect mix of kooky, alternative shops, neighborhood restaurants and stores, and down to earth neighborhoods -- where you can walk the block and raise kids in quiet.
Its only flaw is the cost of living, mainly housing.

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