Seniors at Burbank and John Burroughs High Schools were paired with local business, City and community leaders for an exchange of ideas and life experiences for the annual program Senior For A Day.
The North Hollywood to Pasadena Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project holds community input workshops in several cities impacted for the next week, including Burbank on Wednesday, November 13.
The Asian Project expands on their successful debut restaurant in Burbank with a second location in Downtown called TAP Downtown Burbank and is perfect for a healthy and tasty quick bite or take-away.
Drinks, dinner, brunch, lunch... Geoffrey's Malibu has the quintessential California beach dining experience covered.
Miller Elementary showcased entertainment and food reflecting the cultures of its diverse student body at the annual Miller Multicultural Family Festival.
Participants in the silk paint party taught by Mayu Silk Art will take home a unique scarf and help support the Dellinger Scholarship for BUSD students.
The untold stories of pioneering women animators at Walt Disney Studios is highlighted in an author presentation at the Buena Vista branch of the Burbank Public Library on Tuesday, October 22.
Students, parents and staff at John Muir Middle School spent a day focusing on physical and mental well-being.
The annual cabaret style fundraiser showcases John Burroughs High School student choirs performing a variety of well-known Broadway tunes.
With multiple weekend performances October 4-12, the students of Burbank High School bring "Alice in Wonderland" to the stage in a show suitable for all ages.
Burbank has another California State Teacher of the Year for 2020 with John Burroughs High School Drama teacher Guy Myers, who was recognized with four other "incredible" teachers by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tony Thurmond.
Now in its 88th year serving Burbank's residents, Burbank Coordinating Council holds its first meeting of the season on Monday, October 7, and will honor Campership donors and make plans for the upcoming Holiday Baskets program.
John Burroughs High School Drama teacher Guy Myers was selected as one of the 16 Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year and will now be considered for California State Teacher of the Year.