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Bygone Bowling in Montrose
Bygone Bowling in Montrose

Montrose Bowl Owner, Bob Berger, interviewed
by the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. 

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Montrose Bowl still going strong
Montrose Bowl owner Bob Berger at the bowling alley on Honolulu Ave. in Montrose on Wednesday, January 8, 2014. The bowling alley has been in the family for about 31 years. (Raul Roa / Glendale News-Press / January 9, 2014)
Montrose Bowl owner Bob Berger at the bowling alley on Honolulu Ave. in Montrose on Wednesday, January 8, 2014. The bowling alley has been in the family for about 31 years. (Raul Roa / Glendale News-Press / January 9, 2014)
Tucked away on Honolulu Avenue, Montrose Bowl’s location is the definition of discreet. Despite the lack of flashing lights or colorful signs to announce its 77-year presence, the spot remains a favorite of locals and film companies. 

Read article - Glendale News-Press
Montrose Bowl
Montrose Bowl
( Tim Berger / Staff Photographer / January 9, 2014 )

Girls with the San Marino chapter of the National Charity League eat pizza and soda at a father-daughter bowling night hosted at the Montrose Bowl in Montrose on Tuesday, January 8, 2014. The Montrose Bowl is rarely open to the public, has been open since the 1950s and hosts as many as 18 parties a week.  

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