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Engelbert Humperdinck to Headline Starlight Bowl in August

The evening’s program will consist of Humperdinck’s greatest hits and fan favorites. Tickets will be going fast as a sellout is expected

Warner Bros. ‘Coaches’ Celebrate with Luther Middle School Students

The program’s primary goal was to provide students individualized attention and guidance to help improve test scores, increase confidence in their abilities, and serve as a positive role model in their lives

Jordan Middle Students take the “California Pizza Kitchen Culinary Challenge”

The CPKulinary Challenge was an incredible culminating event for the school with seven staff members along with three students per team designing an original pasta and salad for a team of judges

Fire Service Day/National Police Week Activities This Saturday

Come join the Burbank Fire Department for Fire Service Day on Saturday, May 11, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., featuring live demonstrations, displays, Lil’ Squirt with his special guests and lots more

Schiff Announces Annual Art Contest with Online Voting for “People’s Choice” Winner

The Congressional Art Competition is an annual contest, with submissions from across the country with the winner from each Congressional District having their work displayed in the U.S. Capitol for one year

Burroughs High to Strike Up the Band May 18

School celebrates its 5th annual Live! at the Burroughs Bowl end-of-year music show at the JBHS outdoor amphitheater

Former Burbank High Assistant Principal Becomes New Principal

Michael Bertram, who was an Assistant Principal in 2008 before leaving for Glendale High, returns as Principal to Burbank High

Burbank Arts For All Thanks Donors After Gala

Burbank Arts for All thanks for Burbank community after receipts were counted in their Gala last week

Sudden Change in Weather Creates Problems on Clark Ave.

It was an eventful day on Clark Street as a 60 year-old tree crashed into a house, shutting down the street for two hours

JetBlue and Bob Hope Airport Host “Wings for Autism”

Nearly 200 families with autistic children joined ground staff and aircrews from JetBlue, TSA officers, and airport staff on Saturday afternoon to experience the realities of air travel. JetBlue has sponsored its “Wings for Autism” program over the past three years, and selected Burbank for the first west coast “travel rehearsal” event.

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Burbank Community YMCA Celebrates Opening of First LGBTQIA+ Resource Center in the City’s History...

Supporters gathered at the Burbank Community YMCA for a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new Social Impact Center.

Still Making History Burbank Historical Society’s museum resumes weekend hours and private tours.

Those interested in Burbank history will be glad to know that the Gordon R. Howard Museum Complex is open to the public again.

Burroughs’ Gault-Crabb Breaks School Record, Wins CIF

Eli Gault-Crabb breaks perhaps Burroughs' most difficult school record, the boys pole vault.