Volunteer of the Year Elaine Stevens, non-sworn Employee of the Year Carly Lott and Officer of the Year Dan Turpin all honored
The Morrison Burbank has built on the popular following of its Atwater Village location, bringing gastropub staples of burgers, beers and indulgent bar food...
Magnolia Blvd is known for its towering Ficus trees that line the sidewalks creating shade over the eclectic small businesses of the ever growing Magnolia Park. But in the past few years, neighbors and community members have been witnessing the removal of these 30 year old giants, questioning the reason for their recent disappearance.
On April 16th, The Mystic Museum had their grand opening for their new immersive art experience, 90s Slashers, featuring memorabilia and collectibles from the best horror movies of the 1990s. Part art show and part photo op, the exhibit pays homage to 90s slasher films and recreates iconic scenes from the film for guests to interact and take pictures and videos with.
Recently opened in Magnolia Park, Plush Puffs offers a fun twist on the idea of a coffee and sweets shop with its hand made gourmet marshmallow confections.
Over the past year during the stay at home order, Burbank saw an influx of businesses close. For rent signs popped up in store windows in major shopping areas but according to the City of Burbank’s Economic Development Department many stores and eateries have closed as a result from ongoing struggles before the pandemic even started. While others found that getting funding support and loans were not as easy to obtain.
Open just a few weeks, BLVD TACO's prime location in Magnolia Park has shoppers and locals excited for takeout tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos and more.
The most recent batch of utility boxes has been completed in Burbank's Magnolia Park following the theme of "Celebrate Community," as part of the...
Christmas in quarantine is not the ideal situation as we have all learned by now. Holiday gatherings are moving to Zoom and Google Meets this year while online shopping is becoming increasingly popular as it’s the safest and easiest way to shop in the time of Covid. While big retailers like Target and Amazon are making online shopping convenient, small businesses are suffering. Burbank’s mom and pop shops are doing what they can to entice their customers back to shopping small including moving to online sales.
Burbank’s favorite event is back! After a 16 month hiatus due to the pandemic, the Magnolia Park Merchants Association is relaunching their monthly Ladies and Gents Night Out Event, but with a new name. The association board changed the name to Magnolia Park Night Out last month to create a more inclusive feel and to let the community know that all are welcome at the event. The first monthly event will be held on Friday, July 30th from 6:00-9:00pm.