Shows run through Sunday, as singer and actor Reign Morton performs popular songs by Frank Sinatra, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Prince, Whitney Houston, Donny Hathaway and Michael Jackson.
Deadline for artist applications is August 25.
Programs at Luther Burbank Middle School supported by the Foundation, including the new Poetry Book Project and instrumental strings program, were also highlighted.
When the weather gets hot, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks provide relief from the heat with mountain streams, fresh air and giant trees.
Author Ben Mezrich talks about the true story of scientists working to bring back the woolly mammoth and the Russian nature preserve where they may live in the future.
Tucked away in the Rancho on Riverside Drive, Basecamp Coffee & Eatery serves breakfast and lunch with a great selection of coffee, tea, juices and shakes.
Desserts shine alongside the excellent homestyle BBQ at Black Bottom Southern Cafe.
Escape from hot summer days in Burbank with a cool retreat to the gorgeous Yosemite National Park, half a day's drive north.
Newly opened in Burbank, Gus's World Famous Hot & Spicy Fried Chicken serves up southern favorites in a friendly and casual atmosphere.
Hosted by Cartoon Network, the event raised more than $30,000 for the program.
Jordan Advanced Art students contributed to the design and painting, collaborating with professional muralist Henry Goods, of the freshly completed mural "History of Burbank."
One of the best indoor cycling studios in Los Angeles is located just a few minutes drive west of Burbank in Studio City.
The Burbank Public Library offers a free program on the risky and monumental Apollo 8 space mission, with a conversation between author Jeffrey Kluger and space historian Amy Teitel.