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(LA Times)   Bill Elwell has been flipping burgers at his Valley stand for 49 years. The thrill is gone, but the grill is not. Your burger wants extra mayo and onions   (latimes.com) divider line 5
    More: Spiffy, mayonnaise, San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles City Council, Van Nuys, industrial district  
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2014-03-15 03:14:52 PM  
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2014-03-15 03:20:58 PM  
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HairBolus: why no pic of the stand?
http://www.foodgps.com/bill-hirokos-burgers-van-nuys/
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2014-03-15 02:37:06 PM  
2 votes:
I've driven by this place for decades, and have never stopped there. Guess I'll go there soon before the old guy is gone.
2014-03-15 01:54:54 PM  
2 votes:
To me, this is why I mourn the impending death of local newspapers.  These kind of stories are what you open the paper for in the first place
2014-03-15 02:43:54 PM  
1 votes:

bhcompy: To me, this is why I mourn the impending death of local newspapers.  These kind of stories are what you open the paper for in the first place


This is where the internet shines in my opinion.  Sure, this paper did this one story, and maybe even a series of these stories, but on the internet there are people talking about local places all day every day.  Printed newspapers can't compete with that.  Only thing is you need to look around online to find what interests you while the newspaper is easy to get.
 
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