The Olive Avenue bakery offers fresh-baked pastries and breads, along with crepes, sandwiches, salads, coffee and soft drinks and is open Monday through Saturday for breakfast and lunch.
The Victory Theatre Center is proud to present the west premiere of Elijah by Judith Leora, directed by Maria Gobetti. Opening November 1 in Burbank
The Starlight Bowl flooded with tons of “Pink Floyd” and “Neil Young” fans selling out “The Bowl’
The Elvis impersonator was vary in tune with the audience kissing women and handing off scarfs
The light and bright Vietnamese/Asian Fusion restaurant in the Lakeside Shopping Center on Pass Avenue is Tops In Town, with well-crafted dishes and complex flavors.
At the Garden Music Soirée, Burroughs High School students organized and performed a benefit concert for ETM-LA which provides music instruction in Title I Burbank and Los Angeles public schools.
Angela O’Neill’s sultry mezzo-soprano captures the enduring charm of The Great American Songbook
Students in the Burbank High School Drama program present Arthur Miller's play of the 1692-93 Salem witch trials at the Massachusetts Bay Colony at The Colony Theatre, April 11-13.
The whole cast was an irresistible box of chocolates—with an abundance of nuts-- for anyone with a sweet tooth for humor
If you’re looking for something local to do during March 16-24, here are 12 places to take your kids while staying in Burbank.
Burbank and Burroughs High School choirs and bands join forces with industry professionals from Musicians at Play Foundation to raise funds for the two high schools' instrumental and vocal music programs with a concert featuring iconic works by John Williams and Michael Giacchino and conducted by Anthony Parnther from the London Philharmonic.
The one-night only performance showcases real stories about diverse experiences and challenges. Proceeds will go to Burbank's Family Service Agency.
Tickets are still available for two shows on Saturday and one show Sunday, showcasing some of Burbank's top student talent.