Originals and limited edition prints from ACME Archives and Burbank Art Association artists will be available for purchase at the fall fundraiser for the Burbank Arts For All Foundation.
Burbank and Burroughs started the 70th BIG GAME with announcement of their Homecoming Courts
Burbank students and members of the community got the chance to peek behind the curtain for careers in stagecraft and set design at Burbank Arts For All Foundation event.
Staff, students and families enjoyed some scary fun at the school's 15th annual Boo Bash.
Miller Elementary students, staff and community celebrated the many cultures represented in the school's population with dance, music, arts and food.
Community leaders and high school seniors spent a day sharing their stories as adults and students in today's world.
Funds from the recent Young Sheldon Grant allowed Jordan Middle School to field three robotics teams for the 2019 FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition.
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.
Students from the tiny island of Rebun, Japan, explored kabuki and taiko with Muir students for the school's annual Japan Day cultural appreciation activities.
The Burbank High Vocal Choirs performed last night at this year's Singing Slinging BBQ to packed lunch shelter.
The program was created to foster excitement for learning in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Students attended the first day of classes for the 2018-19 school year at BUSD campuses; school and City officials emphasized driving and walking safety tips.
After 74 years, Bellarmine-Jefferson High School has officially closed its doors. However, the building will soon take on a new life as “St. John Paul II STEM Academy at Bellarmine-Jefferson.”