Our annual trek to the McCambridge Park War Memorial in Burbank follows a pattern
Faculty members and students have pioneered the program, and it is transforming the academic experiences of BHS students.
After investigation, a white powder sent to a resident in a package he was not expecting turned out to be benign after being checked out by HazMat officials
Faced with a funding crisis that showed no signs of getting better, Burbank residents and businesses opened their wallets, rolled up their sleeves, shared their own artistic gifts and kept the arts alive for Burbank’s school children
The second grade teacher at Joaquin Miller Elementary is Burbank's Teacher of the Year and was recently announced as one of 10 honored Teachers of the Year for Los Angeles County.
The NOH8 campaign is coming to Burbank on Friday, April 29th and hosting an open photoshoot from 6:00-9:00 pm. NOH8 is a worldwide movement and photographic silent protest founded by photographer Adam Bouska and partner Jeff Parshley in response to the Constitution ban on same-sex marriage in 2008.
The Burbank Human Relations Council and New York Film Academy are partnering to present Race Relay, a theater program to discuss race and racism....
You can’t cancel Christmas for the neighbors of North Evergreen. This past Saturday, December 19th, two friends and neighbors banded together to bring Christmas joy to the families of the community. Bryan Zweigart dressed as Santa Claus while Brian Gogerty dawned a green Grinch outfit. Together they patrolled the neighborhood with Christmas music, lights and a very jolly “Ho Ho Ho.”
Toluca Lake has developed quite the collection of healthy-focused restaurants in recent years, and with the addition of Mendocino Farms in August 2021, offers...
Getting out of town during a pandemic comes with its own set of challenges and concerns. Finding less crowded outdoor spaces has been hard,...