Burbank residents may be struggling to keep their lawns alive this year, but with Halloween approaching they may want to add a touch of morbidity and horror, for decoration.
High school students who would like to be considered for participation in the city’s cultural exchange with Burbank’s sister city of Ota, Japan, have less than a week left to submit applications.
Applications are available for local residents to run for one of six open seats on the Crescenta Valley Town Council.
Some interesting questions have been piling up in my inbox recently, including one from a reader named Lorraine who asked about the expression “exact same.”
I’ve been interviewing people as a journalist for nearly 40 years — I am, indeed, older than dirt — and have thrillingly managed to chat up some true American icons. Not to drop names, but they include Liz Taylor, Shirley MacLaine, Martin Scorsese, Jerry Lewis, Lucille Ball, George Burns, Roseanne and Fred Rogers, among many.
A 78-year-old man was arrested this week after a witness reportedly saw him molesting his 10-year-old relative in the backseat of a parked car, police said.
Francis is a gentle and sweet 9-year-old, male, brown-and-black German shepherd.
A married couple was arrested Thursday after police found a potentially live hand grenade, along with heroin, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, in their Burbank home — all accessible to their 10-year-old son, police said.
Like the winter night sky in a remote scene, Pretzel, the pure black cat, will soothe your spirit.
The website Everytown for Gun Safety reports that, on average, a school shooting occurs every week in the United States.