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.
Pulitzer Prize winning war correspondent and Marine veteran C.J. Chivers talks with hosts of "After Action with Max and Paul" podcast in an event at the Burbank Public Library - his most recent book has been hailed as a "classic of war reporting."
The free event at the Burbank Public Library focuses on what the author, Michael Schumacher, calls "the 1968 election and the war for America's soul." He also asks, "What did we learn?"
Burroughs opened their Burroughs On Broadway fundraiser show to a please audience last night and the show will continue with additional shows this afternoon, and evening and a show on Sunday.
The annual "Rock A Hula" event brought out seniors 55 and above to party.
The Burbank Police Department hosted the 2018 National Night Out Block Party on the Chandler Bike Path while local neighborhoods held their own get-togethers.
The Burbank Downtown Car Classic attracted hoards of car enthusiasts walking San Fernando Boulevard between Angeleno and The Burbank Town Center, looking at 200 cars, motorcycles and almost anything with wheels.
Top celebrity vehicles, more than 150 classic cars, automotive-related vendors, and deejays spinning music from the decades will be in the spotlight at the 7th Annual Downtown Burbank Car Classic