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CurbedWire: Burbank Development, Alcohol and the Rich

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BURBANK: The city of Burbank, long afflicted by horse people and pirate ships, has given us new hope for the future with a GoogleMaps feature that lets users identify where in Burbank development is planned and conflict is sure to arise. Hey, when some jerk wants to add an inch to his fence, we need to know. [CurbedWire Inbox]

GLASSELL PARK: We receive word that two local supermarket behemoths are ready to fight it out for your alcohol loving dollar. "...Fresh & Easy [on Eagle Rock Blvd] got its liquor license so it is legally ready to open from that perspective.... Whole Foods Market got its licenses in Pasadena for 455 S. Arroyo Parkway and is expected to open in the next 1-2 weeks with the regional flagship store." [CurbedWire Inbox]

LOS ANGELES: Publishers of Haute Living are now putting out a Los Angeles edition of Haute Living. The first issue featured stories on LA uber-rich including the Maloof Brothers, director Brett Ratner and Curbed favorite, Brad Korzen of The Kor Group (and hopefully his tutu wearing/code violating better half Kelly Wearstler). Poor people should avert their eyes from the publication. "Readers of Haute Living don't dream of the good life, they live it." (Full disclosure: Curbed LA's Dakota Smith contributed to the issue.) [CurbedWire Inbox]