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Teenage Burbank Resident Battling Kidney Disease Seeks Donor

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16-year-old Burbank resident Micah Homoyounian is battling a rare chronic kidney disease and is in search of a donor.

Letter to the Editor: School Board President Asks for Support of Measure I

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Our current school district's fiscal woes are not due to the district's lack of frugality

OPINION: BUSD Tries To Find Show Choir Harmony

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July 25 had a warm night.  But the political temperature was hotter inside Burbank Unified School District headquarters.  Discord loomed.

Burbankers Enjoy America’s Birthday and What the 4th of July Truly Stands For

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ED NOTE: John Savageau joins the staff on BurbankNBeyond with his look at how one Burbank neighborhood spent their evening Monday...

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Providence Boys’ Soccer Comes Up Just Short

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The Prep League season has been difficult for the Providence High boys’ soccer team.  Friday afternoon, the Pioneers showed how much they...

Burbank’s Elections to be Completely Revamped

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Letter sent to the City will make Burbank follow a State regulation that will break the City up into Council Districts. A full-time Mayor is a possibility

Ken Nagayama Martial Arts Voted Best Martial Arts Studio in myBurbank’s Best Contest

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Ken Nagayama Martial Arts (KNMA) was voted the best Martial Arts studio in Burbank by the community in the 2022 myBurbank's Best Contest. KNMA was established by Grand Master Ken Nagayama in 1988 and its curriculum fuses Moto Bu Ryu Karate, Aikido, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Kendo, Boxing and various weapons forms. Born in Okinawa, Japan, Grand Master Ken Nagayama has over 50 years experience in teaching Martial Arts.