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  • Street performers drum up noise complaints

    Street performers drum up noise complaints
    Jerry McQueen lives in Sherman Oaks, but he was in downtown Burbank enjoying a bite to eat Monday while watching Carla Buffa sing and play guitar at a spot he recommended at the corner of San Fernando Boulevard and Palm Court — the pedestrian area that was formerly part of Palm Avenue.
  • In Theory: Should news organizations begin investing in reporters with intimate religious understanding?

    In a Feb. 16 column in the Catholic Herald, writer Conor Gaffey argues that news organizations need to begin investing in journalists who have an intimate understanding of religion. Gaffey points to the BBC's recent decision to do away with its head...

    School board hopefuls continue push

    School board hopefuls continue push
    As Burbank’s election primary approaches, school board candidates continue to push for votes and campaign cash. In the latest round of candidate expenditure and fundraising reports, Armond Aghakhanian has raised the most money during the period...

    Students work to get out the vote

    With hopes of boosting voter registration and turnout, Burbank is looking to local high school and college students for fresh ideas. Earlier this year, Burbank City Clerk Zizette Mullins reached out to professor Paul Sabolic’s class at Woodbury...

    Burbank native takes head-shot studio on the road

    Burbank native takes head-shot studio on the road
    The bright magenta van parked alongside Pan Pacific Park near the Grove could be mistaken for any one of the scores of gourmet food trucks roaming the streets of Los Angeles. But passersby did a double take as they read the sign written in white text...