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  • On the Town: Supporters go on the prowl at the Beastly Ball

     On the Town: Supporters go on the prowl at the Beastly Ball
    Burbank residents, businesses and media companies, including The Walt Disney Co., joined more than 700 supporters of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Assn. for the organization's 43rd annual Beastly Ball last week. Widely acknowledged as one of the best...
  • Disney, Time-Warner pony up against Prop. 24

    The Walt Disney Co. and the parent of Warner Bros. have each given more than $1 million toward the effort to defeat an initiative on the Nov. 2 ballot that would restore an estimated $1.3 billion in business taxes to the state rolls, records show....
  • Burbank gets in on comedic act

    CITY HALL — Life in downtown Burbank is about to get a whole lot funnier. The City Council has approved a business-assistance loan for Flappers Comedy Club to take over a vacant restaurant at Magnolia Boulevard and First Street. Councilman David...
  • A beastly bestowal of gratitude

    A beastly bestowal of gratitude
    Supporters of the Los Angeles Zoo came out in force to show their love and gratitude to legendary actress and longtime Greater Los Angeles Zoo Assn. Trustee Betty White at the 40th annual Beasty Ball Saturday evening. Renowned as one of Southern...
  • Realtors race in amazing fundraiser

    Realtors race in amazing fundraiser
    If you are familiar with the CBS reality show "The Amazing Race," you are well aware that via planes, hot air balloons, helicopters, boats and rickshaws, contestants are sent to the far corners of the globe to carry out all sorts of wild and wacky tasks...
  • Money-losing buses could get ads, service cuts

    Money-losing buses could get ads, service cuts
    City transportation commissioners plan to discuss options for turning around money-losing bus services for seniors and the disabled, contending it is their job to review how funds are being spent despite City Council direction to maintain the status quo....
  • Show's lost sheen hurts biz

    Show's lost sheen hurts biz
    While “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen’s clash with Warner Bros. plays out under the klieg lights, many others are quietly feeling the economic impact of the Burbank studio’s decision to halt production of the hit comedy....
  • It's Showtime for Martirosyan on March 28 versus Charlo

    It's Showtime for Martirosyan on March 28 versus Charlo
    CBS Sports and Showtime Sports announced Tuesday a multi-year venture to jointly present boxing on the CBS Television Network with the first event to air April 4 on CBS. The joint Showtime-CBS endeavor will begin its push a week earlier though, when a...
  • Toeing the Line: Benefits of filming here at home

    Toeing the Line: Benefits of filming here at home
    The Wednesday night CBS crime procedural "Criminal Minds" is one of those shows that just kind of rolls along beneath the radar, a productive foot soldier in its ninth season that's easy to take for granted because it performs with such ridiculous...
  • A carousel for Nicholas Green

    A carousel for Nicholas Green
    It's been 17 years and the requests for bells keep coming. They come packaged with sad tales about young children who have died. The emotional pleas always tug at the heart of Reg Green, who in 1996 installed a three-tiered tower covered in bells to...
  • Toeing the Line: The importance of staying local

    Toeing the Line: The importance of staying local
    You may have noticed this past week that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of local “emergency” due to Hollywood's production exodus out of California amid a flood of tax breaks from New York to New Zealand. It seems that film...
  • Ron Kaye: Learning the lesson of the 9/11 tragedy

    It was just before 2:30 in the afternoon of Sunday Dec. 7, 1941 when a New York radio station interrupted the broadcast of the New York Giants football game with a shocking news bulletin: The Japanese had staged a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S....