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Get Out Of Town!: Fryman Canyon Hike

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Looking for a challenging local hike that will take about an hour or less? Check out the Betty B. Dearing Trail in Fryman Canyon.

Bret Harte Celebrates Autism Acceptance Month

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April is World Autism month as well as Autism and Neurodiversity month.  Burbank schools are taking the opportunity to spread acceptance and inclusion of neurodiversity through spirit days, activities and ribbons. Bret Harte Elementary kicked off their month long acceptance campaign on Friday, April 1st by encouraging students and staff to wear blue in support of their fellow students.

Examining the Goals of Burbank’s 2011-2021 Ten-Year Plan: A Safe and Prepared Burbank Community

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Part 2 of an examination of Burbank's ten-year strategic plan, looking at how the City has executed its safety goals.

Burbank Parks and Rec Begins 2021 Starlight Bowl Modified Summer Concert Series

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After a cancellation for their 2020 concerts, the Starlight Bowl will be hosting a series of events through two outside promoters for the summer of 2021.

Artelice Brings Modern French Pastries To Downtown Burbank

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Since opening in March of 2021, Artelice in Downtown Burbank has built a growing clientele of repeat customers seeking out the shop's take on...

Tequilas Burbank Opens New Outdoor Patio with Brunch Menu and Two Weekly Live Music...

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Tequilas Cantina & Grill has relaunched with a new name, refurbished back patio, live music events, a and a full brunch menu. Now known as Tequilas Burbank, the Mexican restaurant, owned by Carlos and Patricia Rivera, is starting the new year with a whole new vibe.
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Get Out Of Town!: Fern Dell Nature Trail In Griffith Park

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Fern Dell Nature Trail in Griffith Park has been the backdrop for many movies and a shady respite from the summer heat over the years. In winter, it remains a green oasis full of charm in the midst of a great city.

Burbank Board Of Education Hears Feedback On Reopening Plan

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At their most recent regular meeting on Thursday, November 5, the Burbank Board of Education heard results of a recent survey which asked families...

Burbank Coordinating Council Gears Up For 88th Year Of Service

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The Burbank Coordinating Council holds the first meeting of its 88th year of service to the community on Monday, October 4, with a luncheon...

This Week’s City Council Roundup 1/12/2021

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The Burbank City Council met virtually on Tuesday, January 12th, 2021 and opened the meeting with the adjournment of retired City of Burbank Fire Engineer, Alan Moore. Moore passed away in October of 2020 after a two year battle with cancer. Moore was a Burbank High School graduate of 1968 who then served the US Army in the Vietnam War before joining the Burbank Fire Department in 1981.

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Gara Creates His Own Double Play

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Theo Gara isn't old enough to get his driver's license.But don't let that fool you.

Dolores Huerta Recognized with a Proclamation By Burbank City Council

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During last week’s Burbank City Council Meeting, Mayor Nick Schultz presented Dolores Huerta with a proclamation, declaring April 10, 2024 as “Dolores Huerta Day,” in the City of Burbank.

City Parks Master Plan In-Person Community Final Meeting

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Workshop to help identify and determine the needs of Burbank residents regarding future improvements