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  • In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?

    In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?
    Pamela Geller, the organizer of the Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that ended in gunfire earlier this month, said she has no regrets and plans on hosting more events like it.
  • French attache promotes study abroad

    Students in French-language classes at John Burroughs High School were visited by a representative of the French Embassy promoting study abroad and university programs in the nation known for its art, literature and food. But Thomas Vidal, a cultural...

    Burb's Eye View: Libraries seek to give veterans a helping hand

    Burb's Eye View: Libraries seek to give veterans a helping hand
    The self-help section at the city’s two major libraries is about to become a larger resource for military veterans and their families. A new collection at the Burbank Public Library and the Buena Vista Branch Library offers veterans several...

    Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience

     Burb's Eye View: The richness of the local library experience
    A few curious observers huddled around Mike McDaniel to better hear the story of the origin of the Burbank city library. As the tale unfolded, Helen von Seggern nodded, quietly confirming the details as she remembered them. Von Seggern brought her...

    Letter: 'Word Crimes' song hits the right notes

    Re: “Taking a look at Yankovic’s ‘Word Crimes,’” A Word, Please column, July 25. I couldn't disagree more with June Casagrande's column where she complained about Weird Al Yankovic's parody of Robin Thicke's “Blurred...