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Holidays

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Top Holidays Articles

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  • Police hone in on holiday crime

    Burbank police officials on Tuesday said the department was at “maximum deployment” as shopping mania sweeps the city’s major retail centers, but urged shoppers to take precautions to avoid becoming victims of crimes. Other officials,...
  • The clock strikes Black Friday early

    The clock strikes Black Friday early
    A trend toward stores opening at the stroke of Black Friday is taking hold this year in Burbank and Glendale retail centers. Several national retail chains, including Macy’s and Target, with stores in the Glendale Galleria, will open at midnight on...
  • An updated and merry Christmas pageant

    An updated and merry Christmas pageant
    A young child in a gold-adorned white robe stood stage right bathed in a spotlight’s glaring luminance. “And soon, the wise men came to the manger,” the haloed-tyke proclaimed. Pretty standard Christmas pageant stuff — until the...
  • A season of celebrating, giving and receiving

    A season of celebrating, giving and receiving
    As this season of year-end celebrations continues, the spirit of giving, community and friendship prove to be in good shape and of good cheer. An early Christmas gift arrived at the Burbank YMCA’s Child Development Center (CDC) as board members...
  • Holiday Festival heats up

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Saugus 54, Burbank 48: Damarie Gonzalez registered 18 points, eight rebounds and four assists Tuesday for the Bulldogs in a West Coast Holiday Festival Gold Bracket contest at Bellarmine-Jefferson High. Jamie Gonzalez added eight points...
  • Brass ensemble serenades shoppers

    On Nov. 21, a Salvation Army brass ensemble played Christmas music for shoppers while they placed their donations in the familiar Red Kettle at the Pavilions market in Burbank. Ensemble members were Judy Smith, Sharon Gregg, Major Doug Peacock, Bob...
  • Trotting and treating on turkey day

    Trotting and treating on turkey day
    They say the average American consumes more than 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving Day. It is also reported that it takes between six and seven hours of moderate exercise to burn off that many calories. Perhaps it was that information,...
  • Looking for a way to recycle your Christmas tree?

    Looking for a way to recycle your Christmas tree?
    As the holidays season nears an end, so does the need for a Christmas tree. The City of Burbank has a few options for those of you who want to recycle your tree. Residents can take old trees to the Verdugo Park Parking lot or McCambridge Park on the...
  • Pioneers capture tournament

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Providence 48, San Diego Tri-City Christian 25: The Pioneers won the Tri-City Tournament on Thursday, turning back the host team. Providence's Catherine Saint recorded 16 points and four assists en route to being named the tournament'...
  • Penitent flautist mom wows music proprietor

    My wife and I run Pedersen's Band & Orchestra. We are school music retailers and we have been servicing the Burbank school music programs since 1971. We had something happen yesterday that I would like Burbank to know about. Around 5 p.m. we were a...
  • Briefly In Business

    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...
  • Jeweler forced to close

    Jeweler forced to close
    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...