Film crews and setups are a common sight in the Burbank neighborhood. Ross Benson checks out a recent shoot.
Free grooming keeps those moustaches and beards looking stylish for the month of Movember.
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.
The birthday of the 26th President of the United States, Teddy Roosevelt, was celebrated at the local Burbank elementary school named in his honor. Burroughs High School marching band and cheerleaders were on hand, along with the Mayor of Burbank, to kick off the observance and party.
Ashley Erikson, or Miss Magnolia as Magnolia Park shopkeepers tend to call her, took her love for Magnolia Park district from a blog to a business that has in turn help grow the profile of the eclectic shopping and dining area.
The Morrison Burbank has built on the popular following of its Atwater Village location, bringing gastropub staples of burgers, beers and indulgent bar food...
Credit union rooted in local education rewards super awesome Burbank students with college funding
Blast from the Past, a film and comic book collectible toy store in Burbank, was honored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino as the Small Business of the Year for the 25th State Senate District. Store manager, Duncan Barclay, flew to Sacramento and accepted the award on behalf of the business.
Roosevelt's edible schoolyard garden provides fresh tomatoes for local bakery Quenelle's butter spread and looks forward to new growing season.
The Magnolia Park Merchants Association has added another Magnolia Park Night Out event to the calendar this year, and it takes place Friday, November 26th from 6:00-9:00pm. The event normally takes place on the last Friday of the month from January to October, but due to the cancellation of Holiday in the Park this year, the association voted to add one more night out in its place.