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  • Volunteers band together to complete new patio, garden

    This post has been corrected. See details below. Jordan Middle School was a hub of activity all day Saturday as some 60 volunteers completed the literacy patio and garden dedicated to beloved former principal Betty Steinkolk, who passed away in 2009....
  • Theme for parade unveiled

    Burbank on Parade President Carey Briggs has announced that “Let's Go to the Movies” is the theme for the parade on April 6. The parade committee has launched a major drive for volunteers and is getting an early start on fundraising, Briggs...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Berman eyes White House, Valley leaders remember secession efforts, and 'Meatball' has swag

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Berman eyes White House, Valley leaders remember secession efforts, and 'Meatball' has swag
    Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, November 8. Rep. Brad Sherman may have won a hard-fought seat in the Valley, but his rival, Rep. Howard Berman, may end up in the White House. Berman is among those mentioned to replace Secretary of State Hillary...
  • On the Town: Pottery exhibit molds a hands-on approach

    On the Town: Pottery exhibit molds a hands-on approach
    Longtime pottery collector Tim Meikle, who has dedicated over half of his life to amassing unique pieces that date back to the 1880s, was delighted with the offerings of the latest exhibit — ceramic artist Robert Moore's Light and Dark series...
  • Art show dedicated to Lueke

    Art show dedicated to Lueke
    Artist Claude Hulce, who co-founded the Creative Arts Center in 1972, is having a retrospective show featuring his paintings and clay works made between the center's opening and now. He is dedicating the exhibit to the late Betsy Lueke, who with him co-...
  • On the Town: Art show honors Betsy Lueke

    On the Town: Art show honors Betsy Lueke
    While the creation of art — a painting, statue, song, performance or literary work — is a gratifying accomplishment for the creator, it is only by means of sharing one’s work with others that art receives the breath and life it needs...
  • Burbank schools get grants for arts programs

    Burbank schools get grants for arts programs
    Burbank Arts For All recently awarded thousands of dollars worth of grants to local schools, but with more than 30 applicants, demand far outstripped available money. In all, 31 Burbank schools sent in grant applications totaling $85,565, but in the...
  • Unheralded Burbank artist wins $200,000 in populist ArtPrize show

    Unheralded Burbank artist wins $200,000 in populist ArtPrize show
    After taking more than three years off from the struggles of an emerging artist to become a mom, Adonna Khare of Burbank has returned in a big way. She arrived home on Sunday after winning what's probably the biggest people’s choice award in the...
  • Capturing the excitement of the West

    Capturing the excitement of the West
    Artist Cliff Barnes, a long-time resident of Burbank, received two national art awards this summer and attended both juried out-of-state exhibits. The American Plains Artists selected Barnes' watercolor “Riding Proud” as Best of Show at its...
  • Burbank art center steps up for 'Brand 41'

    Burbank art center steps up for 'Brand 41'
    Ongoing renovation at the historic Brand Library and Art Center in Glendale forced organizers to secure a new location for this year's annual art exhibition, but they found a willing and generous venue in the Burbank Creative Arts Center. Juror Bonese...
  • Burbank council ponders cost of art

    A $450,000 proposal to populate Lincoln Park with three sculptures was rejected by the City Council this week as being too expensive, sending city officials back to drawing board. “I think $450,000 is way too much money,” Mayor Dave...
  • Burb's Eye View: Marshaling his martial arts collection

    Burb's Eye View: Marshaling his martial arts collection
    Michael Matsuda has come home. He’s already moved in all his stuff — most of which has pointy edges and can hurt you if you even look at it wrong. Touring his “house,” you see what fuels his passion for all things martial arts....