Jon Huntley directs and edits six PSAs and a feature-length documentary about people living with ALS and the need for a cure. The "Face ALS" project hopes to raise $20,000 by April 25 to fund production of the documentary film.
A man and woman are arrested by Burbank police on identity theft, burglary and drug paraphernalia charges after BPD receives information from Antioch PD about fraudulent credit card charges.
Broadway Song and Dance Man Tony Monaco’s Real-Life “Saul-Paul” Conversion Is An Unforgettable Evening of Musical Theatre Which Opens April 11 at Burbank’s The Little Victory Theatre
Close to 500 people from the community came out to walk at Jordan Middle School and raise funds for the Wilke family on Saturday.
Burroughs High School bands join with Goodwill and Box-n-Go Storage for second annual fundraiser and donation drive Sunday.
Burbank identical twins compile almost 200 photos of the city's past to create a new book set for release on April 14. There are chapters on the floats built for the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade as well as the studios and aviation.
Board of Directors of Family Promise of the Verdugos announces the decision to dramatically limit their program due to their current financial situation
Hoof and Woof walk and horseback ride will benefit Burbank Police Department's K-9 and Mounted police units. A portion of the funds will be set aside for purchasing a new police dog.
Fans of George and Ira Gershwin will hear over 40 classic hits while the show is true both to the music and the youthful Roaring 20s spirit that gave it life.
Sovereign Body. Brilliantly written. Brilliantly directed. Brilliantly acted. It’s another example of first-rate theater waiting in our own backyard, in this case NoHo’s The Road on Lankershim