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  • Architect Michael Graves, designer of Disney buildings, dies at 80

    Architect Michael Graves, designer of Disney buildings, dies at 80
    Michael Graves, the prolific architect and designer whose Postmodern imprint can be found on a number of notable buildings, including Disney corporate headquarters in Burbank, as well as a range of consumer products such as his popular housewares for Target, has died, the Los Angeles Times reported. He was 80.
  • Burb's Eye View: Plans for community gardening are taking root

    Burb's Eye View: Plans for community gardening are taking root
    This past weekend, I was reminded of how satisfying a tiny patch of earth can be. My wife and I filled our little flower pots and one homemade planter box with pansies, ranunculus and vincas after a bad run trying to create a Simon-and-Garfunkel-...

    Burbank considers 'McMansion' moratorium while building codes examined

    Burbank considers 'McMansion' moratorium while building codes examined
    Sam Masarani purchased a Burbank home with a view in July 2013 and paid a premium for it, but that view is now being threatened by a project next door — a 30-foot-high “huge McMansion.” Other cities without certain “loopholes&...

    Disney animation studio undergoes Pixar-style renovation

    Disney animation studio undergoes Pixar-style renovation
    The story of how Don Hall and Chris Williams, codirectors of the Oscar-nominated animated hit "Big Hero 6," first came to work at Disney almost sounds like something out of a Disney movie. Growing up far removed from Hollywood — Hall in the...

    Dining Out: Check out these vintage diners

    Dining Out: Check out these vintage diners
    The 1950s and '60s saw a construction boom in the San Fernando Valley, Burbank in particular. Armed with newly invented building materials and a sleek car culture aesthetic, soldiers returning from war helped construct businesses and restaurants...