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Happy Easter Sunday 2016! Have a beautiful day!

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Good Morning! Coffee & Donuts!

Good Morning! Coffee & Donuts!

Free coffee and donuts in the Service Department waiting room:

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Cappuccino!

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Assorted Donuts!

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Cappuccino – My Cup Runneth Over!

 

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The Waiting Room – What are you waiting for?

ENJOY IT!

I saw an accident happen the other evening and it happened right in front of me.

I was turning right, and the SUV in front of me turned right against the red, and the silver Honda turned left in front of the SUV turning right, and the SUV hit the Honda hard.

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Accidents will happen! A sad fact about living in Los Angeles.

NOTE: Thankfully, no one was hurt. The police were on the scene immediately, because it happened in front of the Police Station in North Hollywood. I stopped and did my civic duty, waited and gave my info to the driver of the Honda who was shaking pretty hard.

CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEBUUUURRRRGEEEEEEEEEEE!

Dinner at The Habit Grill: Double BBQ Bacon CharBurger with cheese, fries and a chocolate shake with whipped cream. Oh yes!

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The Habit Grill – Double BBQ Bacon CharBurger with Cheese and Fries

 

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Sunset Over The San Fernando Valley

Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Deli in Encino

Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen in Encino

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Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen in Encino

I’m a nice Jewish boy from the San Fernando Valley and it’s Wednesday night, so let’s have a “nosh” at Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen in Encino!

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Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen in Encino – Deli  “To Go”

It used to be Fromin’s Deli (for years) and when they sold, they just changed the name and ownership. The menu is almost the same, the food is almost the same, some of the employees are the same, and the restaurant’s decor is exactly the same.

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Please Wait To be Seated at Uncle Bernie’s

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Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen – Dining Room

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Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen – Dining Room

When I was a young boy, we moved to Encino in the early 70’s, back before the valley and Ventura Blvd were fully developed.  It was a time of vacant lots. nurseries, a miniature golf course, The Oak Room, Monty’s Steak House, Jergen’s Market, Sam’s Liquor, Martex Pet Store, the Pony Express, and Lerner’s Gas station on the corner. Before there was a Plaza de Oro or a Town & Country shopping plaza, before the SavOn became Osco became CVS, before the SavOn Center was built….

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There was Fromin’s Delicatessen (in the space now occupied by Versailles Cuban Restaurant) and we had a credit account. On Sunday morning I would walk down and pick up the order we called in: bagels, lox and cream cheese for brunch. I learned the difference between a phosphate and an egg cream at Fromin’s, enjoyed many corned beef sandwiches, and discovered the joy of “New York” Jewish Delicatessen food. It was a staple of our home menu when I was growing up. Delicious chicken & matzoh ball soup, fried matzoh brie, potato & egg noodle kugel, pastrami & beef tongue, chopped liver, brisket, knish, knadle, kasha, knockwurst, smoked herring & salmon, bialys, dill pickles, rice pudding, black & white cookies and halvah bars were always enjoyed.

From the Frominsdeli.com website (with a little editing):

In the early 60’s, Arnie Fromin opened up a small deli in Encino. His son, Dennis, worked alongside him for many years until getting the entrepreneurial bug to run his own restaurant. In 1974, he opened Sports Deli in Century City which quickly became a favorite of locals and celebrities alike. A few years later, Dennis opened Fromin’s Restaurant in Santa Monica, followed shortly by the new Fromin’s Restaurant in Encino.

While growing up, in order to visit his Dad who worked seven days a week at the family deli, he would “allow” Dennis to put on an apron and wash pots and pans and peel potatoes. That was Dennis’ start in the business. By age thirteen, Dennis was working behind the deli counter after school and on weekends, getting a real-world education that would serve him well the rest of his life. All three of Dennis children worked in the Encino location.

During the 80’s, Dennis opened up two additional delicatessens in Rancho Mirage and Simi Valley. But the stress of running five restaurants took its toll on Dennis’ health and he decided to sell off all of the locations except the Santa Monica and Encino restaurants. In 1990, his longtime friend, Maurice Solomon, joined him as a partner and took over the Santa Monica location. By 2003, they decided to sell the Encino location (now operating under the Uncle Bernie’s name with no connection to Fromin’s) and concentrate on the Santa Monica restaurant, which has been a landmark on Wilshire Boulevard for over thirty years.

When Fromin’s moved to the new location, we remained loyal customers.

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Fromin’s Delicatessen at Ventura Blvd & White Oak Ave (from Loopnet.com)

There once was a Bagel Nosh and a Nathan’s Hot Dogs in the Plaza de Oro, the Oak Tree Deli opened and closed in the SavOn center, and Jerry’s Deli opened down Ventura Blvd at Petit Av when Dupar’s closed (and I think it was called something else between Dupar’s & Jerry’s). Label’s Table had a location in Tarzana (it moved to Topanga and Mulholland) and Mort’s Deli is still there next to Bea’s Bakery. Brent’s Deli is still in Northridge, but Solley’s on Van Nuys is now closed after all the years it was a valley hot spot for “NY deli”.

And finally they sold Fromin’s (after Arnie died it wasn’t quite the same) and changed the name. I’m glad not much has changed though, it always takes me back to my childhood.

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Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen at Ventura Blvd & White Oak Ave (from google maps)

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Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Delicatessen in Encino

There’s an extensive menu with lots of different food choices:

On the Menu: Hot Turkey open face sandwich with gravy, fries, cranberry sauce and a Dr Brown’s cream soda. My dining companion had a bowl of borscht and half a tuna salad sandwich on pumpernickel bread with cole slaw. And then we got a giant chocolate covered custard filled eclair and a big chocolate chip cookie for dessert.

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Hot Turkey open face sandwich w/gravy, fries, cranberry sauce

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A Big Bowl of Borscht with Sour Cream (Sorry, I don’t like borscht)

NOTE: I asked for dill pickles and extra gravy, but our server forgot to bring both!

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Giant Chocolate Covered Custard Filled Eclair

So dinner was good, the service was okay, the food was what it was supposed to be, and we took the eclair and a big chocolate chip cookie “to go”. The prices are better than Jerry’s, so dinner for two with tip was around $40 plus $10 for dessert. – “Such a deal!”

NOTE: They also have complete dinner specials, “early-bird” specials and a “senior citizen’s” menu. They serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, brunch and holiday dinners.

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Dessert Under Glass – Giant Chocolate Eclairs!

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Dinner at Uncle Bernie’s Deli in Encino – Thank you, Come again.

Uncle Bernie’s17615 Ventura Blvd (at White Oak Av) Encino CA 91316 818-990-6346
http://www.uncleberniesdeli.com   Open 6:30am – 9pm daily

Fromin’s Delicatessen – 1832 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 829-5443
http://www.frominsdeli.com

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Wednesday’s San Fernando Valley Evening Sky

It’s Wine Wednesday Again!

It’s Wine Wednesday! (again)

It’s Wednesday. Time for Wine! (again)

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Another Terrorist Attack! Brussels, Belgium

Another Terrorist Attack!

Brussels, Belgium – Tuesday, March 22, 2016

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The Brussels Airport and Metro are CLOSED due to a Terrorist Bombing!

More than thirty-four people have been killed and 212 injured, after explosions struck Brussels during the Tuesday morning rush hour. Two bomb blasts hit the “Great Hall” Departures Hall of Brussels-National Zaventem International Airport (BRU) and another exploded in Maelbeek Metro Station. Belgium has issued a Level 4 alert, denoting “serious and imminent attack”: the Airport and Metro are closed and the city and the border with France is currently locked down.

Authorities Reportedly Seeking Man In Photo on the Far Right:

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These are the Suspects in the Brussels Airport Terror Attack

Brussels-National Airport is an international airport 6 NM northeast of Brussels, the capital of Belgium. In 2015, more than 23 million passengers arrived or departed at Brussels Airport, making it the 21st busiest airport in Europe.

From the Brussels Airport website: http://www.brusselsairport.be/en/

Brussels Airport extends its deepest sympathy to the friends and relatives of the victims of the explosions in the departures hall earlier this morning. At 8am two explosions occurred in the departures hall. The emergency and rescue services are on the scene and are offering the necessary assistance. All flights at Brussels Airport today are cancelled. Passengers are requested to contact their airline for further instructions.

The airport authorities are asking to avoid the surroundings of the airport.
Questions about family or friends at the airport? Call (0032) (0)2/753 73 00

All flights have been diverted.
The airport will remain closed Wednesday March 23.

UPDATE: 2 suitcase bombs exploded in Brussels attacks and a 3rd failed to detonate.
Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel and federal prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw held a press conference on the attacks in Brussels. Van Leeuw confirmed two of the three men seen in the surveillance photo at the airport are “likely” (deceased) suicide bombers and authorities are actively looking for the third man photographed.
Major cities across the United States have increased security at transit hubs in wake of the attacks in Belgium. The Department of Homeland Security will also announce additional federal plans to tighten security.
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OTHER RECENT TERROR ATTACKS:

March 13: Grand-Bassam, Ivory Coast
March 13: Ankara, Turkey
March 16: Maiduguri, Nigeria
March 19: Istanbul, Turkey

Justice for the Victims! Never Forget! Peace & Love!

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March 20th is the First Day of Spring!

Sunday, March 20th, 2016 is the First Day of Spring! Celebrate!

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“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” ~ Charles Dickens

ROSES! Happy First Day of Spring 2016!

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Spring is one of the Four Seasons, following winter and preceding summer.

“A little madness in the Spring
Is wholesome even for the King.”
~Emily Dickinson

In the Northern Hemisphere, the astronomical March Equinox (between March 19 and 21) marks the first day of Spring, and the Northern solstice (around June 21) is the first day of Summer.

“It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want—oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!” ~Mark Twain

The United States’ Spring season begins on the day after Presidents’ Day (Tuesday after the 3rd Monday in February) and ends on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend (Friday before the last Monday in May)

“Der spring is sprung
Der grass is riz
I wonder where dem boidies is?”
~Anonymous (from Brooklyn, New York)

When it’s spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s autumn in the Southern Hemisphere.

“There is no season such delight can bring,
As summer, autumn, winter and the spring.”
~William Browne (b.1591)

Spring and “springtime” refer to the season, and also to ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth.

“Spring is nature’s way of saying Let’s Party!” ~Robin Williams

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“sweet spring is your
time is my time is our
time for springtime is lovetime
and viva sweet love

(all the merry little birds are
flying in the floating in the
very spirits singing in
are winging in the blossoming)

lovers go and lovers come
awandering awondering
but any two are perfectly
alone there’s nobody else alive

(such a sky and such a sun
i never knew and neither did you
and everybody never breathed
quite so many kinds of yes)

not a tree can count his leaves
each herself by opening
but shining who by thousands mean
only one amazing thing

(secretly adoring shyly
tiny winging darting floating
merry in the blossoming
always joyful selves are singing)

sweet spring is your
time is my time is our
time for springtime is lovetime
and viva sweet love” 
― E.E. Cummings

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Dinner at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in North Hollywood

Dinner at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in NoHo (North Hollywood)

Friday night in the beautiful San Fernando Valley with friends
and where shall we eat?

MUCHO MAS in North Hollywood! Mexican food (“gringo style”) for dinner!

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Dinner at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in NoHo

The neon lights welcome you! On Burbank Blvd east of Vineland, just across the border of North Hollywood and in the City of Burbank is a great Mexican restaurant, Mucho Mas.

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Dinner at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in NoHo

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“No Shoes, No Shirt, No Dice!”

The place is a CLASSIC “gringo style” Mexican joint, with wagon wheel chandeliers and bunch of grapes lighting fixtures in addition to the neon exterior signage. Brick, plaster, wrought iron, wood and ceramic shingles with velvet paintings and “kitchy” rustic “South of the border” type decor combine to make you feel as if you’re actually in Mexico!

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The Bar at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in NoHo

There’s a small bar with a dining area, an outdoor patio and an “L” shaped dining room with comfortable booths and wooden tables. The menu is traditional “gringo style” Mexican food with additional house specialties (there’s a menu page pic below).

Start with a shot of tequila or a margarita!

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Tortilla Chips & Salsa with a Shot of 1800 Tequila and a lime wedge

ON THE MENU: Fresh and warm tortilla chips & salsa, a shot of 1800 tequila and a Grande Combination: green salad with ranch dressing, 2 beef tacos, a cheese enchilada, (with an added chicken tamale) and Mexican rice & refried beans.

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Dinner at Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant in NoHo

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Menu Page from Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant – Grande Combo #16

 

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Mucho Mas Green Dinner Salad with Ranch Dressing

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Mucho Mas Grande Combo: 2 Beef Tacos & Cheese Enchilada w/Rice & Beans

You get a lot of food for $13 and the drinks are very reasonably priced! They have beer, wine, hard alcohol and cocktails on the menu and nice food and drink specials during the week and at off hours.

We’ve been coming here regularly for a while now. The food is good, the prices are very reasonable, the service is pretty good, parking is free (there’s a small parking lot and plenty of street parking), it’s not too far from my friend’s house and we never have to wait for a table. So, if you’re in NoHo and hungry and want some good “gringo style” Mexican food, I would definitely recommend trying Mucho Mas!

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Margarita on the Rocks

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Velvet Paintings! Joaquin Murrieta we think…He’s watching you!

Mucho Mas Mexican Restaurant10405 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601 www.muchomasrestaurant.com  818-980-0300

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Circus Liquor’s “Neon Clown” – Burbank Blvd & Vineland Ave in North Hollywood

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Good Advice!

Here is some Good Advice and wisdom: (ripped from the interweb)

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Be yourself!

Too often we’re too worried about what others think.
You can’t control what other people think of you.

What other people think about you is none of your business!

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“We’re fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance.” ~Japanese Proverb

Don’t complain about getting older, not everyone gets the privilege.

Don’t confuse intelligence with maturity.

Master Po: Do you hear the grasshopper that is at your feet? 
Young Caine: [looks down, sees the insect] Old man, how is it that you hear these things? 
Master Po: Young man, how is it that you do not? ~from “Kung Fu” pilot episode

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Always appreciate your friendships. You fall in and out of love, friendship is a constant.

Develop LOVE constantly.

Keep moving forward, even if you have to take baby steps, even if you have to pause…
just don’t go back!

Do you know why thoroughbred horses wear blinders?
Because they have to run their own race. Concentrate on that.

Focus on endurance.

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Unsolicited advice should be taken with a grain of salt.

Don’t give unsolicited advice, and don’t accept unsolicited advice from others.

“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”

There’s no step too small. Just try to accomplish one thing per day.
Some days accept that the one thing will be taking a shower.

Commitment to both the internal and external is vital to achieving…
for one can not truly flourish without the other.

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You are your own worst enemy. Be your own best friend instead.

Go with the flow. “Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while the bamboo or willow survives by bending with the wind.” ~Bruce Lee

Be as compassionate to yourself as you are to your loved ones.

Don’t sweat the small stuff.

Wait to worry.

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Admit your mistakes.

Don’t put other people out. Don’t let them down.

If someone is going to be inconvenienced by your actions, let that someone be you.

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“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” ~William Shakespeare ‘Twelfth Night’

Live for more than yourself.

It is okay to accept help.

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“Wax on. Wax off.” – Mr. Miyagi in “The Karate Kid”

Nothing worth doing comes easy.

“Cooking is not a chore, it is a joy. Dining is not a fuel stop, it is recreation.” ~Julia Child

Train hard in whatever you do.

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Don’t waste time.

Think about the future.

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“Life’s not fair.” (One of my mother’s favorite lines when I was growing up!)

Be slow to anger.

Deal with how things are, not how they should be.

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” ~ Sun Tzu

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“Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” ~sign hanging in Albert Einstein’s office at Princeton

The best revenge is to live well.

Live life without regrets.

Stay humble.

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Dance like nobody is watching.

Remain positive.

“Once in a while you get shown the light, in the strangest of places if you look at it right”
~The Grateful Dead ‘Scarlet Begonias”

Be kind!
Kindness is one of the best things any person can do for themselves, for those around them, for friends, for strangers, for family, and for the world.

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“Peace and Love” ~Ringo

“All you need is LOVE, sweet LOVE, LOVE is all you need.” ~ The Beatles

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2016!

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Roll Me Over In The Clover!