The whole cast was an irresistible box of chocolates—with an abundance of nuts-- for anyone with a sweet tooth for humor
The annual musical theater offering from John Burroughs High School packed the house for three shows February 8-10.
Angela O’Neill and The Outrageous 8 will make VFW Ship 8310 swing and sing this Friday, December 14
In the spirit of the season, the Burbank Sunrise and Burbank Noon Rotary service clubs joined forces for a special week of holiday giving.
Burbank's Board of Education hopes voters will approve Measure QS, which would levy a qualified special tax on each parcel of taxable real property
Measure P (City Ordinance No. 18-3,904,) which would add 0.75% (¾%) to the local sales tax rate
“We’re a wonderful melting pot,” said Burbank Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy near the beginning of her State of the City Address..
July 25 had a warm night. But the political temperature was hotter inside Burbank Unified School District headquarters. Discord loomed.
Local governments should make voting as convenient as possible
The City budget that supports police, fire, parks, libraries and streets has been facing a $30.5 million shortfall, with catastrophic reductions in service
After a strong program featuring bands, choirs and orchestras from Burbank and Burroughs, the combined All District Orchestra partnered with professional musicians to blow the roof off Wolfson Auditorium.
These real-deal young performers, aged nine to 12, make School of Rock-the Musical delightfully meta
Director Brett Carroll’s “school of show” was definitely in session last weekend at Burbank High. The “Stand Up and Make a Change” Pop Show 2018 was awesome.