The contemporary, accessible neo-Dadaist art exhibit runs through May 13 at The Broad.
Volunteers from Nickelodeon spent the day painting a large mural and beautifying the middle school campus.
The esports bar draws a consistent clientele with a relaxed vibe, tons of games, delicious food and an excellent beer selection.
The parent and child education program, a staple in Burbank since 1966, raised funds for the school at its 1920's themed gala.
The seventh annual event honors three stewards of the arts and raises funds for arts education in Burbank public schools.
Author Michael Benson presents an illustrated talk on the making of "2001: A Space Odyssey" at the Buena Vista Library Tuesday.
More than 100 people gathered to open the Steve Campbell Library, in honor of the long-time beloved Jordan Junior High and Burroughs High School teacher.
Students from Burbank High connected with animation professionals at the first Teen CTN event last week.
The Burbank marchers joined millions throughout the United States and overseas who advocated on March 24 for stricter gun access laws in the wake of multiple mass school shootings in recent years.
Gam Tu Bop's superior rice balls and Cauldron Ice Cream's unique puffle cone concoctions are two terrific treats to try in Glendale.
Burbank residents plan to march for stricter gun laws and limiting the effects of the gun lobby on public policy as part of the March 24 national March For Our Lives.
Mystery fans have the chance to meet best-selling author J.A. Jance at her only Southern California stop - the Buena Vista Branch of the Burbank Public Library.
Fourth-grade students at Miller Elementary gained confidence and dealt with bullies as they venture out into the real world in the school's most recent student play.