Two Burbank High seniors raised nearly a quarter of a million dollars over seven weeks to fight blood cancer; they, along with other L.A. County top student fundraisers, were recognized at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Students of the Year annual gala.
In a strongly worded judgement and landmark ruling, the 9th Circuit Court found in favor of Burbank High's choir program and clarified "Fair Use" terms in federal copyright law for music education programs nationwide, while instructing Tresona to pay the BHS defendants' legal fees.
Thursday's event at the Burbank Public Library details the long struggle for women to gain the right to vote in America. Author Ellen Carol DuBois will give an illustrated talk about her new book.
Students at Burbank Unified elementary schools celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday and National Read Across America Day during the first week of March with Read In Days; special visitors stopped by classrooms to share their favorite books with the youngsters.
Author and filmmaker Jon Wilkman talks about the history of American documentary film and his book "Screening Reality" with New York Film Academy Documentary Film Chair Sanora Bartels Wednesday evening, March 11, at the Buena Vista branch of the Burbank Public Library.
The stellar vocal music program at John Burroughs High School brought audiences to their feet at Pop Show 41.
Now open in Burbank, Prime Pizza is, well, prime pizza, along with terrific salads, sandwiches, draft beer and more.
After the trunk line replacement work completes in April 2022, Johnny Carson Park South will be returned for City of Burbank use with improvements to open as Burbank's first off-leash dog park.
The exhibit showcasing works by local artists runs through February 27 at the Betsy Leuke Creative Arts Center located in Olive Park.
Sam Wasson, the author of newly published "The Big Goodbye: Chinatown and the Last Years of Hollywood," sits in conversation with the film's first assistant director, Howard "Hawk" Koch, Jr., for this Oscar season event at the Buena Vista branch of the Burbank Public Library.
JBHS Drama joins with students and teachers from the Choir, Dance, Band and Tech Crew programs to present "Chicago: High School Edition" for three performances February 7-9 at the high school auditorium.
Members of the Burbank community visited classrooms with their designated principal and met teachers and students in order to learn more about the challenges and successes each school in the Burbank Unified School District faces.
As the rousing notes of themes for "Raiders of the Lost Ark," "Home Alone" and "Avatar" concluded to a standing ovation from the audience, the high school band and choir programs could also celebrate raising some much-needed funds.