Bryce Canyon National Park provides a scenic drive with multiple overlooks and some challenging and visually spectacular hikes through colorful sandstone hoodoos and naturally-formed amphitheaters, for a great way to Get Out of Town!
Since opening in May, Castaway has been a popular draw for dinner, drinks and fantastic views.
The Ugly Mug and The Palm Coffee Bar bring more coffee and tea choices to the City of Burbank and join the robust company of local coffee shops.
Seven hours drive from Burbank, Zion National Park is a scenic wonder with a range of experiences for visitors, from easy to extremely challenging.
The campaign exceeded its goals for the 2017-18 school year with a powerhouse final concert and $127,000 raised towards District efforts to repair and replace musical instruments used in Burbank public schools.
The Downtown Burbank sushi and poke spot serves up delicious bites seven days a week.
Proceeds from the one night only show benefit Burbank's Family Service Agency.
Distinguished historian Lillian Faderman connects the heritage of the gay rights icon to his grass-roots organizing in her most recent book for Yale University Press' "Jewish Lives" series.
The short trek to the lush hilltop oasis of Amir's Garden is a popular hike year round and particularly welcoming on hot days.
Former Burbank resident who found her voice in Burbank public schools returned to hand out copies of her latest Minecrafter book to sixth-graders.
Burbank Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Matt Hill leads a presentation and panel discussion about support for the mental health needs…
The award-winning Burroughs High School choirs present a benefit concert for Teen Line, a community-based organization that helps teenagers with their problems.
Some of the Kindergarten and first grade classes brought their ideas to life on stage.