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Walt Disney Co. unveiled the first computer rendering of its Shanghai Disney Resort at the company's annual meeting in Phoenix on Wednesday morning. Disney Chairman and CEO Robert Iger told the gathering that the theme park would open at the end of...
Members of the Burbank Planning Board unanimously approved a project that would bring several Armenian groups under one roof and provide a new community center with a gym, basketball court and office space. Eighty-eight people on Monday pulled cards to...
Tags: Basketball, Sports
When episodes of "The Mickey Mouse Club" were repackaged for syndication, a new head Mouseketeer held court from the Main Street Opera House at Disneyland in 1963. For a year, Ginny Tyler hosted new segments of the television show that were woven...
In Assembly Bill 2540, Burbank Assemblyman Mike Gatto has proposed introducing sales taxes for specified services. The specified services tend to be consumed by individuals with higher incomes and include, among other things, yacht and boat repair,...
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Johnny Carson Park on Sunday played host to hundreds of hot rods and custom cars and their fans at the 23rd annual Road Kings show. The event is one of two held annually by the Road Kings to raise money for community organizations and local high school...
I was born in 1966, the year Walt Disney passed away. He would’ve been 110 this week. I’m too young to have had a first-hand memory of him. In fact, I didn’t even know Disney was a man until late in my childhood. Disney was a place...
Ending a four-year dispute, the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim reached a five-year contract agreement with 2,100 hotel workers. The dispute had bogged down recently over healthcare cost increases in Disneyland's proposed contracts. The labor union,...
The edges of the signs posted on the doors and windows have started to curl, but the message is just as clear as it was nearly four years ago: The Verdugo Park pool is closed. Since 2008, the swimming pool has sat empty. Once a 1984 Olympics training...
The number of mental health-related emergency calls has increased significantly in the last two years, police said, prompting a fresh approach for tackling the problem. With the beating death of a mentally ill homeless man by two Fullerton police...
The Assistance League of Glendale hosts a “Christmas in July” sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday at the Assistance League Thrift Alley, 314 E. Harvard St., Glendale. There will be ornaments, books, jewelry, crafts, formal...
Tags: The Salvation Army, Christianity
Current school board member Roberta Grande Reynolds is a Burbank native, and a member of a three-generation Burbank family. As a child she attended Franklin Elementary, Luther Middle School and Burbank High School. Her two adult daughters also attended...
The Burbank Adult School has a new playground — for children — thanks to a community building session that transformed the outdoor recreation area in less than 24 hours. The event earlier this month was organized as part of a three-way...
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