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.
The John Burroughs High School Drama Department presents Harper Lee's classic "To Kill A Mockingbird" Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Parents, students and staff at McKinley Elementary were joined by members of the larger Burbank community at the annual McKinley Community Fair.
More than 400 people came out to raise funds for arts education in Burbank public schools at the annual Party For The Arts.
Three BUSD middle school teachers were recognized for their commitment to teaching.
Authors of the book "From Cows To Concrete" talk about Burbank's history of agriculture and the future of farming in Southern California
The new reading program encourages children to read and calms the animals at the shelter.
The 90-minute, one-night-only show of stories connected to motherhood bows May 2 and raises funds for Burbank's Family Service Agency.
Volunteers and members of the Burbank public school community were honored at the 67th annual Burbank Council PTA Honorary Service Awards Banquet.
Recently opened MexCocina Cafe offers some tasty plates for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Measure S Bond money funds new modular classroom buildings at Stevenson, Bret Harte and Jefferson Elementary Schools.