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See Metallica ‘Through The Never’ This Weekend – Win Some Great Swag

All you have to do is see the film this weekend and email a picture of your ticket stub in for a chance to win some great prizes. Lars Ulrich will be at theaters around LA making a special appearance prior to the start of the film

Toluca Lake’s Malbec Perks Up Lunchtime

Malbec Argentinian restaurant serves delicious steaks, sandwiches and seafood daily in Toluca Lake.

“Four” Achieves Cinematic Brilliance By Highlighting Emotional Struggles

“Four,” an independent film directed by Joshua Sanchez and based on the play by Christopher Shinn, is a complex and captivating story which delves...

Burbank High Students Recognized For Award-Winning Short Film

Students received the L. A. County Student Filmmakers Award for their short film “Being.” It had premiered at the Burbank International Film Festival

“Prisoners” is a Powerful Representation of a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

Viewers will experience a most wild and emotional ride with “Prisoners,” a Warner Bros. Pictures film, directed by Denis Villeneuve, (“Incendies”).“Prisoners” follows the story...

Burning Bonzai Rolls Out Pan-Asian Delights

Burbank's Burning Bonzai restaurant serves up delicious Asian food greatest hits, from sushi to pad thai to dim sum and beyond.

Breath And Imagination Blows Away The Colony’s Opening Night Audience

The Colony Theatre’s Breath and Imagination is one of the finest shows on offer in greater LA. It’s one of the finest shows Burbank has ever seen

RC Dance Center Announces Dance Week & “Nutcracker” Auditions

RC Dance Center and Red Chair Productions announce Nutcracker auditions, opens new facility in Burbank and invites all to $2 per class Dance Week.

A Snippet From Industry Powerhouse Shane Black

SHANE BLACK was one of the industry heavyweights honored by the Burbank International Film Festival at its gala Awards Show and Dinner last Sunday night at the Castaways

The Brothers Warner: How The Other 1% Should Live

The Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF) could not have chosen a more appropriate work for their opening night at Warner Bros.

Wilke Announces Candidacy for Burbank’s City Council

Judie Wilke becomes the second candidate to announce run for one of two Council seats in November

Letter to the Editor: Transportation Commissioner Says Why BRT is Good for Burbank

"Metro’s BRT plan will convert two traffic lanes, primarily along Olive Avenue, into dedicated bus, bicycle, and emergency vehicle lanes"

Burbank Baseball Blanked By Arcadia

The Bulldogs are shut out 7-0 by the Apaches.