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Holidays

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  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Christmas parades light up the region, Police fatally shoot man in Van Nuys

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Christmas parades light up the region, Police fatally shoot man in Van Nuys
    Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, December 2. Many neighborhoods got into the holiday spirit early last night. Pacoima celebrated its 45th annual Christmas parade. Daily News Over in Montrose, the Mars rover Curiosity made an appearance —...
  • A history of charity for Burbank Christmas tree operator

    A history of charity for Burbank Christmas tree operator
    Gary Casella hovered over a 17-foot bundled Christmas tree one recent morning under a large white tent on the Burbank High School soccer field. “This one’s going to the city of Burbank,” Casella, 74, said of the 19-year-old tree, one of...
  • On the Town: Seasonal soirees serve up tradition

    On the Town: Seasonal soirees serve up tradition
    Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or “Festivus” (Google it non-”Seinfeld” fans), this time of year is rife with holiday traditions. Two of Burbank’s long-standing yuletide events added to their history as...
  • Council seeks holiday basket items

    Ho, ho, ho! It’s Burbank Coordinating Council's annual holiday basket time. This program started in 1936 and is all about giving people in our community in need of assistance a basket of food and gifts so they can have a nice holiday. Last year,...
  • Stage review: A static radio remake of a Capra classic

    Stage review: A static radio remake of a Capra classic
    The evergreen appeal of Frank Capra's film classic, “It's a Wonderful Life,” about a despairing Everyman who learns that his life has had profound meaning, translates not only to frequent TV airings during the holiday season, but to numerous...
  • Burbank Coordinating Council celebrates 80 years

    Burbank Coordinating Council celebrates 80 years
    Representatives from government offices joined those from PTAs, religious organizations, businesses, and local nonprofits to wish happy birthday Monday to the Burbank Coordinating Council, which turns 80. President Eileen Cobos welcomed the more than 50...
  • Grinches couldn't steal the holiday

    Thank you for your article about the merchants pushing through without any help from the city and pulling off the annual Holiday in the Park (“Holiday fun without funds,” Nov. 17). It brought to light a good point: The city of Burbank knows...
  • Marcus LoVett Jr., Providence basketball downed by Aaron Holiday, Campbell Hall

    BURBANK - It was a battle within a battle when the Providence High boys’ basketball team hosted Campbell Hall Friday night in a nonleague game. While the matchup between the teams was intriguing, it was a head-to-head competition between two of...
  • Burroughs girls' basketball wins in West Coast semis

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Burroughs 61, Bonita 55: Aysia Shellmire finished with 23 points and seven rebounds Friday to lead the Indians (9-3) in a quarterfinal game of the West Coast Holiday Festival Gold Bracket game at Burroughs. Sidney Ortega contributed...
  • Stage review: Dickens mash-up over-twists

    Stage review: Dickens mash-up over-twists
    Theatergoers who prefer “A Christmas Carol” straight up, with language and redemptive message intact, won't find much holiday cheer in “A Christmas Twist,” SeaGlass Theatre's satiric treatment of the Dickens classic at the...
  • Burb's Eye View: Gobble up boutique goods before Thanksgiving

    A week before the multinational conglomerates begin their invented holiday of Black Friday, Magnolia Park's boutiques host a much more personal shopping affair that keeps a large portion of money in Burbank. And for the first time in a long time, they'...
  • Community news: Holiday baskets, Boy Scouts collecting food, Optimists honor police

    Community news: Holiday baskets, Boy Scouts collecting food, Optimists honor police
    Burbank Coordinating Council is facing its toughest year ever to collect food, toys and gifts for its annual holiday basket program. They need individuals, organizations, businesses and neighbors to adopt families and purchase gifts and provide...