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Holidays

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  • Burbank merchants band together for Holiday in the Park

    Burbank merchants band together for Holiday in the Park
    If shoppers notice a different, more scaled down version of the annual Holiday in the Park event in Magnolia Park on Friday, chalk it up to making do with limited resources. Nearly 40 merchants in Magnolia Park have banded together to fund the event...
  • Community news: Winners put a lot of heart into holiday decor

    Community news: Winners put a lot of heart into holiday decor
    A yard filled with whimsical scenes, from Santa's workshop to old St. Nick riding piggyback on a polar bear, won first place in the Residential category of the 30th annual Holiday Outdoor Decorating Contest. It was the second time winner Carrie Stewart...
  • Some reasons to pass on the turkey

    With his recent reelection, President Obama has won the power to pardon more turkeys on Thanksgiving. But so does every one of us, by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance that gives thanks for our good fortune, health, and happiness with a life-...
  • Community news: Kiwanis supports Family Service, Girl Scouts to march in Rose parade, Kailee Frocchi recognized, Moose Lodge collects toys

    Community news: Kiwanis supports Family Service, Girl Scouts to march in Rose parade, Kailee Frocchi recognized, Moose Lodge collects toys
    Burbank Sunrise Kiwanis is the host of the annual Mayors Cup Charity Golf Tournament each spring. All proceeds from this golf tournament are donated back to the community. One of the recipients is the Family Service Agency, and recently Executive...
  • On the Town: BCC continues its basket-giving tradition

    On the Town: BCC continues its basket-giving tradition
    Yesterday, thousands of families throughout Burbank joined millions upon millions around the world in celebrating Christmas by opening gifts and enjoying a special meal with those they love. For 537 Burbank families that may not have happened were it...
  • Burb's Eye View: The truth about park docents

    What I knew about wilderness docents: They can win a staring contest with a bobcat, they can make a spicy stew from pine cones and rattlesnake venom, they can smell deer from half a mile away, and they only tell time by judging the position of the sun....
  • Burbank Noon Lions Club makes annual Valentine's Visit to seniors

    Burbank Noon Lions Club makes annual Valentine's Visit to seniors
    The Burbank Noon Lions Club made their annual Valentine's Visit to seniors at the Burbank Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center on Feb. 16. Members go from room to room greeting patients and delivering gifts. Sometimes, patients show members their...
  • A Word, Please: Some indefinite articles are a matter of opinion

    As the holiday season drags on and workplace productivity grinds to a halt, you may find yourself running out of ways to waste time at the office. And once paper-clip sculptures, baiting Donald Trump on Twitter and gossiping about a certain co-worker'...
  • Community news: Program helps disabled reach potential, recycling clothing, Merry TubaChristmas concert

    Community news: Program helps disabled reach potential, recycling clothing, Merry TubaChristmas concert
    There is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than attending the Holiday Program presented by BCR "a place to grow." BCR provides program services for children and adults with developmental disabilities that enable them to achieve their...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: City Council approves 'party patrol,' Man pleads to pointing laser at police helicopter

    San Fernando Valley roundup: City Council approves 'party patrol,' Man pleads to pointing laser at police helicopter
    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, October 31. Happy Halloween! Throwing a party in the Northeast Valley? The police department may be monitoring them more closely after City Councilman Richard Alarcon won support for a "party patrol," reports...
  • Officials issue Halloween warnings for pedestrian safety, drug-laced candy

    Officials issue Halloween warnings for pedestrian safety, drug-laced candy
    Public safety officials have issued a slew of warnings for parents as they prepare to take their children trick-or-treating this Halloween night. Chief among them: beware of drunk drivers, marijuana-laced candy, and dark streets and alleys. Halloween is...
  • The nativity story comes alive at St. Robert Bellarmine

    The nativity story comes alive at St. Robert Bellarmine
    Looking like a chr├Ęche come to life, St. Robert Bellarmine kindergarten students Monday reenacted the nativity story, part of the Catholic school's annual Advent season celebration. The performance, "Once Upon a Christmas," interspersed with religious...