Over the past year during the stay at home order, Burbank saw an influx of businesses close. For rent signs popped up in store windows in major shopping areas but according to the City of Burbank’s Economic Development Department many stores and eateries have closed as a result from ongoing struggles before the pandemic even started. While others found that getting funding support and loans were not as easy to obtain.
Rob and Stephen Veres turned a small stamp and coin shop into one of the largest sports card businesses in the world.
After four decades of being a Burbank/Toluca Lake landmark, the famous establishment will be closing their doors forever on January 2
The Burbank Town Center is open just in time for your holiday shopping. On October 7th, 2020 the Burbank Town Center re-opened with newly implemented safety guidelines and precautions.
Tallyrand is keeping the Thanksgiving tradition alive with its famous Thanksgiving Day Offerings featuring a Roast Turkey Dinner and Baked Ham Dinner
MSG Sphere Studios Big Dome promises to "create something different" using state-of-the-art technology at dedication ceremony
County Orders Restaurants to Stop Restrict Dining, Supervisor Barger Opposes Unnecessary Restrictions
While County Health has ordered restaurants to stop in-person dining on Wednesday, Supervisor Barger says that is not the right way to go
As part of its acquisition, Counterintuity welcomes 16 Digital Natives clients including the “I Love New York” campaign
Hundreds gather at the brand-new Randy's Donuts in Burbank next to the airport.
Randall Michael Tobin's Random Acts of Breadness bakery is a hit amongst residents of Burbank and visitors to the city.