Inaugural Armenian Arts and Culture Festival Rocks Commerce Avenue

More than 5,000 people attend day-long event By Eddie Rivera, News Editor Despite one person’s concern over the lack of notice to the local business community, more than 5,000 people attended the inaugural Sunland-Tujunga Armenian Arts and Culture Festival. The day-long event on Commerce Avenue in Tujunga was held along the town’s historic commercial corridor on…


Boxing Days on Foothill Boulevard

New utility-box art project brings new color to Sunland-Tujunga By Eddie Rivera, News Editor They’re springing up like flowers in the desert now, all along Foothill Boulevard and other major streets—sunsets, portraits, flowers, animals, and abstracts. The long awaited Los Angeles Department of Transportation (DOT) utility-box painting project is now in full swing, though it wasn’t…


At the Front Window

El Pollo Pio Pio   By Ellen Michailov Guest Reviewer   Sunland-Tujunga is so fortunate to have some wonderful local cafes. One of my favorites is El Pollo Pio Pio in Tujunga, which opened in mid-2011. The restaurant’s big, colorful window-sign is clear: The charming chickens painted on the front window let passers-by know that…

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