High-Speed Rail Cinches Burbank to Palmdale Route 

By City News Service The long-planned but oft-delayed effort to build a high-speed rail system...

Chris Erskine: A Wedding to Remember

So what, a little rain? So what, a puddle here, a puddle there … a...

Chris Erskine: Baseball and Other Summer Treasures

Random thoughts on a summer day in Los Angeles, with brats on the grill...

‘Manecdotes’ Returns to Colony Theatre June 23

Eight Southern California storytellers will share tales about fatherhood on June 23 at The...

Chris Erskine: It’s Time for Beer, Brats and Buttermilk

Back to his favorite pillow, his favorite dog, the boyhood bedroom where he would...

Chris Erskine: Do You Have a Good Dad? Bravo.

She’s made of borrowed parts. My chin. Her father’s eyes. Her mama’s chestnut hair....

Chris Erskine: Welcome June, the Month of Brides

I checked White Fang for ticks the other day, under her arms and beneath...

COMMUNITY

City Celebrates Adaptive Sports Equipment Acquisition

The Burbank Parks and Recreation Department will host an Adaptive Sports Equipment Presentation Ceremony on June 30 to showcase five new pieces of mobility...

SCHOOLS

District Addresses Lingering Academic Struggles

The Burbank Unified School District reported dips in student performance metrics as education officials identify continued challenges following the COVID-19 pandemic and an influx...

ELLA Sports Foundation Empowers Girls Through Free Clinic

One Burbank athlete is igniting a spark for sports in young girls. ELLA Sports Foundation held a free softball clinic for girls 7-12 and their...

Markarian Launches Election Bid for Board of Education

Annie Markarian, a longtime community member and public servant, recently announced her candidacy for the Burbank Unified School District Board of Education. Markarian is the...

Burbank School District Commits to ASL Program

By Jackson TammarielloBurbank Leader American Sign Language is not on the chopping block at Burbank Unified School District amid budget woes, and district officials said...

Staffing Cuts Keep Burbank School District Afloat — for Now

The Burbank Unified School District is set to approve its budget for the next fiscal year, implementing a number of deep cuts made by...
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Events

Letters

City Should Reconsider Cell Tower 

At the June 25 City Council meeting, I learned about plans to put up at least one cell tower at 800 S. Main St.,...

BUSINESS NEWS

Parkway Grill to Feature Top Arizona Chef Oct. 3-5

The renowned Parkway Grill will feature its first guest chef experience in more than four years when the acclaimed restaurant hosts one of Arizona’s...

Caruso Celebrates Year of the Rabbit

CONTENT PROVIDED BY CARUSO The festive nature of the holidays continues with the 2023 Lunar New Year.The storied meaning, tradition and symbolism behind this celebration...

Non-profits

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