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For 35 years, the Spero family has been celebrating Christmas Eve serenading their neighbors. "It's one time a year that's really special," said Sandy Spero, a graduate of Burbank High School, along with her children and grandchildren who join in the...
Kessler Jewelers, the family-owned business that for more than 40 years has been a fixture of the downtown shopping district even as everything around it changed, will close its doors for good next month, the family said. An award-winning shop whose...
Vietnam War veteran Mickey DePalo continues to serve his country — and his city — as chairman of the Burbank Veterans Commemorative Committee. DePalo works with about 14 other members to organize programs for Memorial Day, Veterans Day and...
DOWNTOWN — Thousands of residents renewed travel regimens this Memorial Day weekend, pouring onto highways and into airports as the nation officially ushered in the summer travel season. Be it falling gas prices, enticing hotel and car rental...
G lendale and Burbank are well represented this weekend as hundreds of wannabe Spielbergs gather in Hollywood for the 48 Hour Film Project, a yearlong contest that travels to more than 80 cities. The participants must make a six- to eight-minute movie,...
Creatasphere announces new DAMMY Awards Burbank-based Creatasphere Digital Asset Management will host the first DAMMY Awards during its conference in New York this fall. The DAMMY's recognize excellence in innovative digital and media asset management...
Christmas arrived early this month at La Providencia Guild Thrift Shop, 3301 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank. Lorelei Kelley, chairwoman for this event, was helped by her committee, Joanne Bailey, Fanny Belle Mound, Malena Tapan, and Chris Welker, who hosted...
Varsity Times InsiderTwo guards from the Alpha League, Yonnie Napoleon of Brentwood and Aaron Holiday of Campbell Hall, had big opening games at the Maranatha tournament on Monday. Napoleon scored 35 points, making five of seven shots from three-point range, in Brentwood's......
The South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired has a new mascot. The school isn't dropping the Pioneer name, which has been used for decades, but a stuffed black bear named Sir Black-Beary has become a fixture. "It's a more tangible...
DAY TRIPPIN' •Peddler's Village & Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, shopping, tasting at Chaddsford Winery, Sept. 14. $50. Northern Lehigh Community Center, Taylor, 610-504-7699. •"Menopause the Musical," Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Sept....
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The Ferguson Center for the Arts Friday unveiled a set of shows stretching from August into May of next year. Big names include Lyle Lovett, Bela Fleck, Taj Mahal, Steve Miller Band, Blues Traveler, Kenny Loggins and Joan Jett. There are other surprises...
Fathers tend to get short shrift when it comes to holidays designated for parents. Mothers around here have two holidays to choose from: Mexican Mother’s Day on May 10 and American Mother’s Day, which falls on the second Sunday in May. Moms...
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