Citing the need for time to grieve following the death of his mother, Jerry DeLaurie said Monday he stepped down as boys' basketball coach after guiding Burbank High for three seasons.
Once it enters orbit Friday, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft is set to be the first to successfully visit a dwarf planet.
Glendale firefighters rescued a woman from the Los Angeles River Monday evening, authorities said.
A 26-year-old Glendale man was arrested Sunday evening after allegedly stealing his ex-employer’s car, police said.
A 22-year-old Burbank man was arrested Friday after allegedly bashing another man’s head with a skateboard, police said.
La Cañada High School’s Choral Music Program will hold its annual Spring Festival Concert this Thursday, featuring its ensembles, choir and chamber singers.
Firefighters knocked down a blaze Sunday evening that apparently crept into a Burbank attic through the outside vents, officials said.
Since its debut in Berlin in 1928, “The Threepenny Opera,” Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s groundbreaking, razor-edged protest against societal corruption and religious hypocrisy, has never lost its relevance. Giving it the grittiness and gut punch it needs for that relevance to hit home is the challenge. With uneven intensity, A Noise Within’s production, running through May 17, doesn’t quite get there, but it often comes close.
Pioneering Chicano rock ‘n’ roll originator Chris Montez, famed for frantic international 1962 hit “Let’s Dance,” is one of the most exciting performers still working from that era. Now 73 years old, Montez, who appears Saturday at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill, projects an eerily youthful presence that’s’ completely natural and slightly mystical — it’s as if his illimitable passion for music has both nurtured and somehow preserved him. And his schedule of shows is equally remarkable.
Glendale Galleria held a Chinese Lunar New Year "The Year of the Sheep" Celebration at the mall in Glendale on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015.