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Celebrate Earth Day with a Burbank Native Gardener

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It’s Earth Day! April 22nd marks the date of Earth Day every year as it has since the modern environmental movement in 1970 and is celebrated in over 190 countries. This Earth Day, Burbank resident, Erin Orr, provides insight into the impacts of California native gardening and how you can incorporate it into the landscape of your Burbank home.

Burbank Chamber Honors Businesses and Bids Farewell to City Landmark

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The Burbank Chamber of Commerce will be holding their “Excellence Awards” event to applaud the small businesses of Burbank

Washington Elementary Highlights Autism Acceptance Month

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Staff and students at George Washington Elementary School are highlighting Autism Acceptance Month during April, along with Burbank Unified School District and schools around...

Burbank Cultural Arts Presents “Virtually Burbanksy: The Art Of The Box” Online

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The Burbank Cultural Arts Commission presents Virtually Burbanksy: The Art of the Box in an online forum for members of the Burbank...

Burbank Police Log: March 28 – April 3

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One week's worth of arrests made by the Burbank police department.

Zonta Club of Burbank Area Presents Its Second Virtual LUNAFEST

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the Zonta Club of Burbank Area will once again present this unique and popular festival of films by, for and about women

Building Bulldogs Program Incorporates Social-Emotional Learning At Burbank High School

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Faculty members and students have pioneered the program, and it is transforming the academic experiences of BHS students.

Burbank Police to Try Private Parking Enforcement Company

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Department is planning a one-year hybrid service delivery pilot program

Burbank Police Announce “Etch and Catch” Program

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Burbank residents can have their license plate number etched onto their catalytic converter, free of charge

Edison Students Create a Living Painting with Art for the Sky

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On Wednesday, April 13th, Edison elementary participated in “Art for the Sky” a giant living painting made by the entire 500 count student body and some staff on the grass. The activity was part of a three day art/STEM experience presented by aerial artist and educator, Daniel Dancer, in which the students crowded together into a 80x60 ft lightbulb outline, in honor of their school.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Boys & Girls Club of Burbank Host Gala and Auction at Lakeside...

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The Club recognized this year’s honoree: Los Angeles County Supervisor, Kathryn Barger, and its Youth of the Year, Adrian Casillas.   

2022 myBurbank’s Best Winners

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Once again, our readers have voted and here are all the winners of the 2022 myBurbank's Best Contest. Thanks to all who participated and congratulations to all of our winners!

Burroughs Softball Run Ends Against Temple City

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Burroughs playoff run ended one game short of the CIF championship.