A new Christmas tradition has come to Burbank thanks to the family-owned business, The Ugly Mug Coffee House
Annual event brings Burbank neighbors together for the holidays
The most anticipated Burbank event, Holiday in the Park, is just a few weeks away on Friday, November 22nd.
Drink beer and help animals this Saturday, November 2nd, at Wildlife Learning Center (WLC) in Sylmar
The new Pacific Vision wing at the Aquarium of the Pacific is now open to the public and features interactive exhibitions, a 300 seat theater, live animal exhibits, and an art gallery that transports you to the bottom of the ocean.
On Saturday, July 20th, Beatles tribute band, The Fab Four, performed at the Starlight Bowl to a near sold-out concert.
Goodwill Southern California had a Grand Opening for their newest retail location in Burbank on the morning of Friday, June 28, 2019. Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy and Vice Mayor Sharon Springer were in attendance for the ribbon-cutting.
California’s first amusement park, Knott’s Berry Farm, is now featuring Ghost Town Alive, a live interactive story adventure where guests can interact daily with bandits, cowboys, robbers, judges, and finish up with a good ol’ western hoedown.
The location on 1201 S Victory in Burbank has been transformed into Scoops Ahoy, a nautical themed ice cream shop, where the walls are striped with blue and white, the doors showcase wood planks and portholes, employees are decked head to toe in sailor outfits.,
Circus Vargas opened up their 90,000 square foot big top to the Burbank community with this year’s production “The Greatest of Ease,” which runs through February 3.
Living in Burbank has many perks, and one of them happens to be that the circus comes to town once a year. Circus Vargas opened their big top to the public Saturday, April 21st and will be performing shows up until May 7th.
The Magnolia Park Merchants Association recently welcomed The Palm Coffee Bar into Magnolia Park with a ribbon cutting ceremony.