Come out to the ballgame! Everyone in town is invited to the “21st Annual City of Burbank Dodger Night” at Dodger Stadium when the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday, May 18, 2012 at 7:10 p.m. Spend a spring night surrounded by family and friends eating hot dogs, peanuts, and cracker jacks. Enjoy a fireworks show at the end of the game!
This is a great opportunity for Dodger fans to come cheer on their favorite team as a community. Groups, teams, and organizations that purchase 30 or more tickets will have their group name on the Dodgervision screen!
Game tickets are going fast so buy yours today! Ticket deadline is May 11th. City of Burbank Dodger Night will be an evening to remember! For more information, call (818) 238-5300.
Tickets are on sale NOW at the following locations:
BurbankNBeyond readers have a great opportunity to see a special screening of the new Will Ferrell movie CASA DE MI PADRE that is being released by Pantelion Films. The movie follows Armando’s (Will Ferrell) younger brother Raul (Diego Luna) when he returns to the family ranch with his beautiful fiancée Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez) and promises to fix the financial problems. Trouble soon follows when Armando falls in love with Sonia and they discover Raul’s business dealings are less than legitimate.
The screening is scheduled for:
Thursday, March 15th
AMC Burbank 16
125 East Palm Avenue
Burbank, CA 91502
Check out the website at www.facebook.com/casamovie
As always, this is a first come, first served screening – please arrive early (catch some dinner first somewhere in downtown Burbank first), then get to the AMC early.
To redeem your admit two pass, click HERE, click Get a Pass, and print it off and bring to the theatre! It’s very simple.
After $12 million and over a year of work, the long awaited Memorial Field at Burroughs High School in Burbank was dedicated. BurbankNBeyond’s Dick Dornan was on hand, as he was during the groundbreaking, to cover the story.
Firefighers used a rotary saw to cut away plaster to get to the seat of a fire that was burning within the walls. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Burbank Firefighters were called to the 200 block of N. Niagara Street around 6:40 on Thursday evening. Upon arrival, they found light smoke coming from the rear roof area and sent firemen both to the roof and inside to check the attic.
Not finding any fire inside the residence, they then located a fire within the exterior walls. Using rotary saws and axes, they broke the plaster away and extinguished a fire that was traveling up through walls.
Three engine companies two trucks and a rescue ambulance were required, along with Burbank’s Fire Investigator.
The cause is still being investigated and damage totals have not been totaled at deadline.
Battalion Chief Kenet Robertson was the incident commander during the call.