Four industry artists talk about challenges and experiences as Black people working in the animation world for the Burbank Library's panel "Color Changes Everything: Racial Diversity in Animation."
Calling all creatives and crafters: Burbank Cultural Arts Commission is accepting submissions of visual images and short films showcasing creative activities at home for the upcoming "Alone Together Showcase." Deadline for submissions is October 30.
Open just a few weeks, BLVD TACO's prime location in Magnolia Park has shoppers and locals excited for takeout tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos and more.
The Burbank Cultural Arts Commission holds the third of its online "Virtually Burbank" creative forums on Thursday, October 1, with director and cinematographer Matthew Kohnen.
The second in a series of online forums, "Virtually Burbank" aims to support local artists seeking to connect with their community through art.
The newly opened burger and fried chicken joint offers very tasty all vegan food with excellent burgers, fries and milkshakes. Breakfast, Nashville hot chicken and grilled cheese sandwiches are also available.
John Burroughs High School Vocal Music students perform hits from the 80s online via the Twitch platform on Saturday, June 27. The JBHS VMA has developed their ShowChoir channel on Twitch as a live performance space. More shows are slated for the coming weeks.
"MANecdotes" features local storytellers sharing touching, hilarious and embarrassing stories about fatherhood just in time for Father's Day on Sunday, June 21. The online show will raise funds for FSA through pre-purchased tickets.
Emerging comedian Noah Copfer has a new show, entitled "Alpha Beta Comedy with Noah Copfer and Friends," being held online on May 31.
Recently-opened small batch ice cream shop and bakery on Burbank Boulevard serves up delicious ice cream, cookies and pies with creative flavors and friendly service.
In place of the typical Spring semester play, JBHS Drama is releasing a murder mystery web series on IGTV and YouTube, written, filmed and edited remotely by teacher Guy Myers and students in the Play Production class in accordance with the safer at home guidelines. It's free to watch but donations to JBHS Stagecraft Technology program via the JBHS Drama website are encouraged.
The stellar vocal music program at John Burroughs High School brought audiences to their feet at Pop Show 41.