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A $450,000 proposal to populate Lincoln Park with three sculptures was rejected by the City Council this week as being too expensive, sending city officials back to drawing board. “I think $450,000 is way too much money,” Mayor Dave...
In marketing class, it’s called disruption: A business does something completely out of the ordinary for its industry, and customers either say, “Dude, that was weird,” or they latch on and enjoy the ride. Though it may not translate...
On a beautiful late summer day in Washington, families from all 50 states gathered on the steps of the nation’s capitol. They were recognized in a nationwide event honoring American families with children adopted from other countries. Rep. Adam...
Visitors to Burbank may have to pay a little more to stay overnight as the city implements a new assessment on larger hotels to help pay for a tourism district. The assessment is expected to generate $2.6 million over five years to market and promote...
While Memorial Day is meant to honor the nation's fallen military heroes, Burbank's ceremony Monday will also recognize local sons and daughters who have made it home safely from their time in the service. Four Burbank residents completed their tours...
The city's major hotels could soon end up playing a greater role in marketing Burbank as a tourist stop under a proposal at City Hall that has industry support. The creation of a tourism business improvement district, in which the hotels would charge an...
A 42-year-old Burbank man fell to his death at the Grand Canyon National Park on Friday as he reportedly attempted to hop from one rim outcropping to another, according to the National Park Service. The man, identified as Andrew N. Stires, fell 500 feet...
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...
Residents on Groton Street are drawing a line in the sand in their fight to restore property markers that they say were misplaced or removed by a city-hired contractor. After a sidewalk renovation project earlier this year on Groton Street, resident...
The good news first: Last week I had the great fortune to be offered a reporting gig here at the Times Community News chain. As you read this, I'll be breaking in a new beat at the Foothill Boulevard offices of the Leader's sister paper, the La Cañada...
Travelers at Bob Hope Airport on Tuesday expressed little concern about heightened Transportation Security Administration measures as they departed just before the busiest travel day of the year. "Nope. They are keeping me safe," Ellen Cowie of...
Burbank Noon Lions recently recognized local level competition winners in the annual Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest during an awards presentation on Nov. 22 at the Burbank Central Library. First-level winners are Tnick Trivimol, Jordan...
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