Award-winning Jordan Middle School choirs presented their Spring 2018 program, "Make A Brighter Day."
John Burroughs High School Drama puts on three performances of the Shakespeare classic comedy set on a modern day Southern California beach.
Burbank and Burroughs High School bands, orchestra and choirs and the new All-District Symphonic Orchestra & Choir join with professional musicians from the Musicians at Play Foundation to perform popular compositions by John Williams and Lalo Schifrin.
Many of the Munchkins were, well, munchkins. They came from Luther Burbank’s feeder elementary schools of Bret Harte, Edison, Providencia and Roosevelt
Popular for lunch, dinner and happy hour, Simmzy's Pub has great food and great drinks seven days a week in Burbank's Media District.
True tales of mothers and motherhood take the stage for a one-night-only show at The Colony Theatre.
On April 27, popular hillside restaurant Castaway held a fundraiser event, which allowed guests to see the newly renovated restaurant for the first time since its $10 million remodel.
The esports bar draws a consistent clientele with a relaxed vibe, tons of games, delicious food and an excellent beer selection.
It is that time of year for William Shatner's annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show in Burbank, and he needs your help. Star Trek's original captain took to social media to ask for volunteers to work on that day.
"The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" runs for one final weekend at the Grove Theater Center.
On April 20 and 21, arena polo will return to the Equidome at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center for the first time since 1989, presented by the Will Rogers Polo Club.
Soon, Burbank will no longer have Toy R Us, which declared bankruptcy last month. Several residents who have a nostalgic attachment to the store are sad to see it go.
For a five-star feast of humor and wit, go see Director Michael Sheppard’s wonderfully realized Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Neil Simon’s love letter to his salad days as a TV comedy writer.