Twenty area youths have been learning writing, directing and acting skills in a six-week long day camp held at The Colony Theatre.
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.
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.
The free concert includes young musicians from Providencia and McKinley Elementary Schools in a program of classical and jazz music performed by Colburn School students and recent graduates.
Newly opened in Burbank, Gus's World Famous Hot & Spicy Fried Chicken serves up southern favorites in a friendly and casual atmosphere.
May is National Hamburger Month and Black Angus Steakhouse has six Bad @ss Burgers for you to try out. Each…
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.
Did you forget tomorrow is Mother’s Day and now you don’t know where to take her? Here is what is going on Burbank, so you can make her…
The John Burroughs High School Drama Department presents Harper Lee's classic "To Kill A Mockingbird" Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The 90-minute, one-night-only show of stories connected to motherhood bows May 2 and raises funds for Burbank's Family Service Agency.
Recently opened MexCocina Cafe offers some tasty plates for breakfast, lunch and dinner.