SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION
Transportation: Privately funded vehicle to serve Warner Center.
Westfield Corp. funds a trolley to move pedestrians around Warner Center.
A hack attack on Anthem Inc. hasn’t hurt its share price.
Politics: Crowded L.A. Council primary draws few endorsements.
Business donors are spending little on primary candidates for a Valley City Council seat.
Electronic parking-space signs coming to Glendale intersections.
Will electronic parking signs keep drivers happy in Glendale?
Company claims soil additive cuts water use by strawberry farms.
Water conservation gets high tech in strawberry industry.
Jedi-like toy tracks brain waves to move Star Wars holograms.
Mind-controlled toy teaches Star Wars fans the way of the Force.
L.A. has more “advanced industry” jobs than Silicon Valley.
Manufacturing: Ty Knutson’s X-Pole is a leader in the ‘pole fitness’ movement.
X-Pole gains a foothold with the health club crowd.
Restaurants: California Pizza Kitchen will update all Valley stores this year.
California Pizza Kitchen is rolling out new décor and a fresh menu to rebrand 60 restaurants in the chain, and already customer counts are rising.
Filming: Buyer said to be ready to strike deal for 94-acre Blue Cloud property.
After two years on the market, the Blue Cloud Movie Ranch in the Santa Clarita Valley may have found a new buyer.
The old days when attorneys hid in yellow page ads are long gone. Today, they are venturing out into TV, the Internet and, now, social media.
From TV spots to social media, welcome to the new world of legal advertising.
How Nick Roxborough became a “thought leader” on workers comp.
Darren Kavinoky beat addiction to become a top criminal attorney – a little celebrity marketing didn’t hurt.
A television gig helps DUI attorney Darren Kavinoky market his firm.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
About a dozen RadioShack stores in the greater Valley are expected to close due to the electronics chain’s bankruptcy.
Residential: Work begins on YMCA project for low-income artists.
Construction gets underway this month in Glendale on an innovative, $30 million project that will provide 70 units of affordable housing to struggling artists, actors and musicians.
Calendar of Events
Data breach? Who really cares
A “not-in-my-backyard” mentality has limited construction and raised the prices of Ventura County homes.
NIMBYs hurt the middle class.
Anthem shows dangers of big data.
Development: Firms building trendy offices in gritty Van Nuys.
Creative offices in Van Nuys? Two developers think it will work.
Chatsworth confection maker winning shelf space.
A dinner-party disaster inspired Jennifer Constantine to start JC’s Pie Pops.
Entertainment: Job losses at DreamWorks should be backfilled.
Looming job cuts at DreamWorks may not hurt the Valley economy.
Tenant defections and month-to-month leases fuel uncertainty at Westfield Promenade.
City installs temblor- resistant water mains around Valley hospital.
Northridge Hospital gets special pipes that can withstand an earthquake.