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  • On the Town: Betting on Boys & Girls and iconic TV women

    From gambling to “Gidget,” poker chips to Chip Douglas from “My Three Sons,” Burbankers had the chance to celebrate the launch of a local author’s book, enjoy fascinating insight from two classic television stars and tangle with Lady Luck to support the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and the Greater East Valley at two separate events this past week.
  • 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...

    Burb's Eye View: Checking out the happenings at OktoBURfest

    Burb's Eye View: Checking out the happenings at OktoBURfest
    This past Saturday, the city of Burbank held possibly the largest public beer tasting in its history, teaching the ale-and-lager-loving public there’s a complex spectrum to the craft-beer movement in Southern California, and Burbank may be the...

    OktoBURfest on tap downtown

    A little bit of Bavaria comes to Burbank this weekend when an outdoor biergarten opens Saturday on San Fernando Boulevard between Olive and Angeleno avenues downtown. It’s the return of OktoBURfest, featuring 60 varieties of craft beer for...

    Spaces remain a premium at Magnolia Park

    Spaces remain a premium at Magnolia Park
    When one-hour parking signs went up last week on Magnolia Boulevard between Lima and Avon streets, where business owners have complained customers of a new cafe are "monopolizing" area parking, Edward Yacoubian said a prayer. "I say, 'Thanks, Lord!'"...