A favorite for fresh bagels and flavorful breakfast and lunch sandwiches, Hank's is a hit.
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.
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.
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.
On Sunday, December 10th, Jose Sandoval and his crew will be hosting the first annual Toys for Tacos at Olive Park.
From October 13-15, JBHS award-winning show choirs, Powerhouse, Sound Sensations, Sound Waves, and Decibelles will present their 12th annual "Burroughs on Broadway."
The family-owned restaurant serves up delicious 100% hand-crafted home-cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their BBQ plates and burgers are "Tops in Town."