The Burbank City Council's vote rejected the interpretation that Senate Bill 35 applies to the Pickwick housing proposal
It’s Earth Day! April 22nd marks the date of Earth Day every year as it has since the modern environmental movement in 1970 and is celebrated in over 190 countries. This Earth Day, Burbank resident, Erin Orr, provides insight into the impacts of California native gardening and how you can incorporate it into the landscape of your Burbank home.
Ruslana Yakovenko is a graduating senior at Burbank High School and was recently awarded the 2022 Warner Bros. Animation/ Hanna-Barbera Honorship. In her four years attending the Burbank High School Animation Program she has engaged with visiting speakers, attended trips to studios and workshops, and participated in after school Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses through Burbank Unified School District.
Staff and students at George Washington Elementary School are highlighting Autism Acceptance Month during April, along with Burbank Unified School District and schools around...
Faculty members and students have pioneered the program, and it is transforming the academic experiences of BHS students.
On Wednesday, April 13th, Edison elementary participated in “Art for the Sky” a giant living painting made by the entire 500 count student body and some staff on the grass. The activity was part of a three day art/STEM experience presented by aerial artist and educator, Daniel Dancer, in which the students crowded together into a 80x60 ft lightbulb outline, in honor of their school.
Most people think of the big red double decker bus or the minivans with the roof cut off when they think of Hollywood sightseeing tours. Large groups pile in together to tour Los Angeles and take in the sights of iconic movie and tv locations. One Burbank resident has started a new way of sightseeing by giving private, customized tours in his car for small groups of one to four people.
The Family Service Agency of Burbank is accepting submissions now for the event, which will take place next month.
Vice Mayor Konstantine Anythony has asked the Council to agendize the possibility of buying the stables at 910 S. Mariposa
An upcoming Burbank Community Garden is set to open in May at the corner of Chandler and Pass and is now taking applications for plot spaces with a deadline of April 15th. The space is set to be an organic garden with 38 raised beds sized 4’x10’ and six inches high called plots. The plots will be available for residents and community members in the area to apply for. There will even be some handicap accessible beds available as well. Recipients will be selected by lottery in early May for a plot based on Burbank residency, lack of garden space, and food insecurity.