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CIF PLAYOFFS: Burroughs baseball; Burroughs and Burbank softball each suffer one-run losses and are eliminated from the playoffs

Max Haddad leads off second after a double (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burroughs Collects 24th Win in 3-2 Playoff Victory

Indians knock off Paramount and advance to play Moorpark at home on Tuesday afternoon

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Burbank Softball Outlasts La Mirada in Tight Affair

Bulldogs score two runs in the bottom of the sixth to win, 3-1, and advance to play Bishop Amat

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Burroughs Softball Bounces Beaumont Out of the Playoffs

Indians shutout the Cougars, 3-0, and advance to play Laguna Hills

Max Chamberlain goes up for a kill (Photo by Dick Dornan)

Burroughs Boys Volleyball Season Comes to an End

Indians fall to Valencia in the CIF-SS Division 2 semifinals 25-19, 25-19, 25-14

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Volleyball has shot to the forefront in Max Chamberlain's life (Photo by Dick Dornan)

Max Chamberlain, Burroughs Volleyball: Onward and Upward to Greater Heights

Pepperdine-commit made a life-changing decision to play volleyball which has opened doors for the senior standout

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Election Winners Sworn In During Traditional Ceremonies

Council's first act was to promote Vice-Mayor Bob Frutos to Mayor - Jess Talamantes appointed Vice-Mayor in traditional reorganization meeting

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Short Documentary “Czappa” Screens At Hollywood’s Dances With Films Festival

Bill Czappa in his Magnolia Park studio and electronics repair shop. (Photo Courtesy of Ric Serena)

Burbank-based director Ric Serena's short documentary on Magnolia Park artist and electronics repairman Bill Czappa screens Tuesday, June 2, at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theaters in the Dances With Films festival.

BAFA Party On The Plaza 2015 Boogies Down And Raises More Than $100,000

BAFA 2015 Party On The Plaza Honorees: volunteer Debbie Wade, Carson Smith (Nickelodeon Animation Studios) and teacher Jonelle Pickett.(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

City, school and local business leaders joined Burbank Arts For All Foundation members, BUSD parents and volunteers to honor local public school arts champions and raise funds for arts education programs.

Burbank City Council Proclamation Declares May Walk Bike Month

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Mayor Bob Frutos is presented with "Official" Mayor's bike during City Council meeting from Walk Bike Burbank

Burroughs, Jordan Pick Up Top Chorus Prizes

A Cappella Scholarship Festival Chair Pat Kahmann, left, presents trophy to Brendan Jennings, director of John Burroughs Powerhouse choir, which took home $7,500 on Saturday. (Photos by Joyce Rudolph)

John Burroughs and Jordan win top prizes at the 11th annual A Cappella Scholarship Festival hosted by Verdugo Hills Chorus. High school and middle school choirs competed for $65,000 in cash prizes.

Muir Day Of The Ancients Engages Sixth-Graders

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Sixth-graders at Muir Middle School enjoyed a day of workshops, theater and activities connected to ancient Chinese, Egyptian and Greek cultures.

You’ll Love Love Again and Again and Again

(photo courtesy Doug Engalla)

Love Again gives us three charming mini-musicals united by solid ensemble acting, wonderful original songs and surefooted pacing

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