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.
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
The prix fixe Chef's Table meal includes a visit to a hidden cocktail room and a special six-course menu created and served by Executive Chef Perry Pollaci, plus a decadent smorgasbord of desserts.
Recently opened in Magnolia Park, Plush Puffs offers a fun twist on the idea of a coffee and sweets shop with its hand made gourmet marshmallow confections.
A friendly and welcoming spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, sweet treats and coffee in Burbank/Toluca Lake, Red Maple Cafe also boasts a comfortable outside patio.
Since opening in May, Castaway has been a popular draw for dinner, drinks and fantastic views.
The Ugly Mug and The Palm Coffee Bar bring more coffee and tea choices to the City of Burbank and join the robust company of local coffee shops.
The Downtown Burbank sushi and poke spot serves up delicious bites seven days a week.
After a strong program featuring bands, choirs and orchestras from Burbank and Burroughs, the combined All District Orchestra partnered with professional musicians to blow the roof off Wolfson Auditorium.
These real-deal young performers, aged nine to 12, make School of Rock-the Musical delightfully meta