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  • City looks into preserving historic signs

    City looks into preserving historic signs
    When Umami Burger moved into the building on the corner of Riverside Drive and Rose Street in Burbank, it kept a few traces of Papoo's Hot Dog Show, a restaurant that had been there for 62 years before closing in 2011. The most obvious trace is the...
  • Appellate court dismisses bias suit filed by Burbank police officer

    A former Burbank police officer's retaliation lawsuit against the city will be thrown out after a state appellate court agreed to dismiss the case. Former Burbank Police Det. Pete Allen sued the city two years ago, claiming that he was fired in...
  • Circus Vargas makes a return to Burbank

     Circus Vargas makes a return to Burbank
    Children and adults of all ages can visit a "big top" production that will make its home in Burbank next month. Circus Vargas returns Oct. 3 through 13, raising its big tent by the Golden State (5) Freeway, near the Burbank Boulevard exit. This year's...
  • City of Burbank agrees to $1.4M settlement in Dahlia case

    The city has reached a $1.4-million settlement with a former Burbank police detective who sued the city for retaliation after he was fired four years ago for alleged misconduct during the investigation into a takeover robbery at Porto’s Bakery in...
  • In Theory: Should the U.N. recognize Yom Kippur?

    Although over the years the relationship between Israel and the United Nations has been somewhat rocky due to the Palestinian issue, 32 nations, including the United States, in late July sent a letter to a U.N. committee asking that the body recognize...
  • Letter: Suggestions for addressing poverty

    Re: “Panel addresses strategies on poverty,” Aug. 9. Here are some of the ideas I presented to the Glendale Housing Authority on July 29: 1. Create a business incubator for the unemployed and those on welfare with an annual 100 participant...
  • Gatto bill would try to keep movie, TV productions in California

    Gatto bill would try to keep movie, TV productions in California
    The allocation for the state's program to keep film and television jobs in California may expand to $400 million — quadrupling the current amount — if legislation that passed the Senate Appropriations Committee with a 5-0 vote on Thursday...
  • Burb's Eye View: Rosie proves to be quite the attraction at local shop

    Burb's Eye View: Rosie proves to be quite the attraction at local shop
    It’s hard to say why people fall in love with Rosie: maybe it’s the beauty mark on her nose or the way she’s perfected the pinup pose. During an al fresco lunch on Magnolia Boulevard, Rosie’s owners, Bryan and Jamie Blair,...
  • Op-Ed: Access to epi-pens could save a child's life

    Food allergies are on the rise in the United States. Currently, an estimated one in 13 children in the U.S. lives with a food allergy. According to national food allergy guidelines, epinephrine is the treatment that should be given first when a person...
  • Letter: Bicycle use lessens vehicle traffic

    Re: “Bikes have made the street unsafe,” Mailbag, Sept.10. The bikeway doesn’t slow traffic, it speeds it up by allowing bicyclists to travel to the right of the motor vehicle lane. Bicycles are considered vehicles under state law, and...
  • Burbank hit with age and race discrimination lawsuit

    A Burbank man filed a lawsuit against the city of Burbank last month claiming age and race discrimination after he was not hired for several city jobs for which he said he was qualified.  Marco Gonzalez, 49, claimed he was passed over for employment...
  • Governor signs Gatto's hit-and-run bill into law

    Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on Saturday a bill that addresses the high number of hit-and-run offenses in California. The legislation, AB 184, introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake), extends the current three-year statute of...