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4 to 11 p.m.: Burbank’s centennial celebration encompasses six city blocks, including San Fernando Boulevard, Palm Avenue, AMC Walkway, Orange Grove Avenue and Olive Avenue between Magnolia Boulevard and Angeleno Avenue. Free shuttles courtesy of...
Martina Maina happened to listen to talk radio in her car last week on her way to lunch, two things she rarely does. The founder, hair designer and make-up artist at TBirds Hair and Nail Salon in Burbank is usually so busy she skips lunch and said she...
Martina Maina happened to listen to talk radio in her car a few weeks ago on her way to lunch, two things she rarely does. The founder, hair designer and make-up artist at TBirds Hair and Nail Salon in Burbank is usually so busy she skips lunch —...
General Motors on Wednesday became the latest company to pull ads from KFI’s "John and Ken" show in support of a boycott pressed by Latino and immigrant-rights activists who say the popular radio show promotes hate speech. The National Hispanic...
Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Toluca player takes first in Golden Arm competition: The Fightin' Titans, a Toluca Baseball Pony League team, enjoyed modest success recently at a Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament. During the event in New...
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A performing church troupe is using its creativity to fulfill a necessity. The Burbank First United Methodist Church Players (BUMPS) had planned to produce a full staged production of its Mystery Radio Theatre performance of "The Gazebo" by Alex...
Burbank dancers have earned the privilege to perform in a show with the famous high-kicking Rockettes during the Radio City Christmas Spectacular on Dec. 11 at the Nokia Theatre LA Live. The opportunity came about after the Independence Dance Company of...
Tags: Nokia Theater, Holidays, Salsa (genre), Sports, Dance
LEESBURG — "Old school radio" is right in our backyard. O.K. Walters, general manager of WLBE 790 AM in Leesburg, said the "oldies format" has been back in full swing since earlier this year. Before that, it had been primarily a talk-radio station...
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Tuesday night was the electro-trash vixen Kesha's first headlining set at the Hollywood Bowl. But it was far from her first visit there. "The first time I came to the Bowl I was a baby, and my mom carried me in a guitar case because she was playing a...
The manual for the perfect Latin American dictator has always had a full chapter of media censorship. Silencing the press is a crucial first step towards eliminating freedom of expression and democracy. It used to be easier to determine where censorship...
The down-on-his-luck singer sat on the steps of Nashville's famed Grand Ole Opry, bemoaning the job he'd just lost at a radio station, when out walked country legend Hank Williams. The celebrated but troubled singer and songwriter, who had just been...
Sun SentinelFormer U.S. Rep. Allen West mused Wednesday about the possibility of challenging U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., in the 2016 primary. That assumes, of course, that Rubio is a candidate for a second term in the U.S. Senate instead of running for...
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