Miller Elementary students presented an adaptation of the beloved children's classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."
The annual Roosevelt Musical Revue brought together children in grades K-5 for song and dance numbers from classic stories.
More than 100 McKinley Elementary students, along with staff and parents, put on the musical "School House Rock Live!"
The food and patio at Perch in Downtown L.A. are a Get Out of Town! favorite.
The team of students in grades 6-8 heads to state finals after taking second place in the Catholic Schools Junior High Decathlon.
City, Police, Fire and School officials read to all grades TK-5 for Miller Read In Day, highlighting literacy as part of Read Across America's annual event.
Fourth-graders at Bret Harte Elementary discovered the inner workings of squid through an in-class dissection.
Eight teams of Jordan Middle School students, led by a school staff member, competed in the annual CPK Culinary Challenge.
Panelists from JPL, Maker Partners, Burbank High School and "Star Trek" discussed the future of creativity and the arts in driving innovation for future careers.
Burbank Unified's high school students explored post-graduation opportunities at the annual Career Technical Education Day events.
The New Deal restaurant in Magnolia Park offers beers, burgers, salads, shakes, malts and some delicious small plates.
An exciting addition to Burbank, Pablito's Kitchen serves up flavorful, vibrant food for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
John Burroughs High School drama, choir and instrumental music students present a magical mainstage musical this weekend.