For many would-be musicians growing up in the ’60s, seeing the Beatles live on “The Ed Sullivan Show” as a child was like being hit by a bolt of lightning. It changed their lives and inspired many to pick up a guitar.
According to a food marketing website, one of the hottest trends of 2015-16, just after “Continued Rise of Fermentation” and “Secret, Off-Menu Items,” is “Around the World at Breakfast.”
One of Glendale’s oldest residents — if not the oldest — was born the same year the city was founded. The life of Gertrude Ness began on April 22, 1906 in Milroy, Minn., on a rural farm, and it has spanned two World Wars and 19 U.S. presidents.
Local council members on Tuesday said they were fine with revising part of the decision-making structure of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority board if a proposed 14-gate replacement terminal is granted approval to be built at Bob Hope Airport.
Every Fourth of July for the past five years, the Vice family of Burbank sets their sights on a single destination — the city's Starlight Bowl, which annually plays host a spectacular fireworks display.
Roughly 50 firefighters knocked down a quarter-acre brush fire on Monday at the Bel Aire Ballfield in Burbank that was caused by illegal fireworks, officials said.