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As part of Burbank's Tech Talk Series, Blake Harris stops by the Buena Vista branch of the Burbank Public Library Thursday to talk about virtual reality, Oculus, Facebook and the tech industry as examined in his new book, "The History of the Future."
Burbank Human Relations Council (HRC) invites the community to come to a casual MLK Holiday BREAKFAST
Chick-fil-A at Olive & Alameda will open their first restaurant in Burbank on Jan. 10
Every year, the Bike Angels volunteer their time to restore used bicycles to provide for kids who come from less fortunate households.
On December 15, Mayor Gabel-Luddy honored Grandmaster Vincent J. Rodricks with a certificate of appreciation at Andre’s Martial Arts, located inside the Burbank Town Center.
On December 14, the City of Burbank hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the popular seasonal ice rink known as "The Rink," located behind City Hall.
Burbank held the annual Mayor's Tree Lighting at Burbank City Hall. Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy introduced her fellow City Councilmembers and special guest, Congressman Adam Schiff.
Burbank celebrated Veterans Day 2018 and honored them for their service at several events throughout the City.
The fall fundraiser by the Burbank Arts For All Foundation supports the nonprofit and its grants for arts enrichment in Burbank Unified schools.
City Councilmember Bob Frutos and former Police Commissioner Nat Rubinfeld held an informal meet and greet for L.A. Sheriff Jim McDonnell, who is running for reelection.
Following Saturday's massacre in Pittsburgh at The Tree of Life Synagogue, Burbank's Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy joined with the Human Relations Council and several local clergy to host a prayer vigil on the steps of Burbank City Hall.
New York Times best-selling author Susan Orlean visits the Buena Vista branch of the Burbank Public Library to talk about her latest hit, "The Library Book," which starts with the 1986 fire of the L.A. Central Library and examines the place and culture of the library in the community.