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A red carpet sendoff for the ‘Lieutenant of the Luminaries’

Former Burbank Police Lt. Rick Madrid was a big man with a big smile. He had a bigger-than-life personality and sense of humor, and an even bigger heart. When that big heart suddenly and unexpectedly stopped beating on Dec. 3, the news spread rapidly, hitting hundreds of people, from diverse walks...

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  • Passenger numbers at Hollywood Burbank Airport climb almost 16% in October

    Hollywood Burbank Airport reported its passenger numbers for October were up by 15.9% compared to the same month in 2016. There were 435,283 passengers who traveled through the airport in October, a boost of 59,827 more passengers than last year, according to a statement from airport officials....

  • Aircraft noise has not increased, Hollywood Burbank Airport official says

    Hollywood Burbank Airport officials addressed this week some of the recent concerns they have received from Burbank residents regarding noise. Patrick Lammerding, the airport’s new deputy executive director of planning and development, briefed members of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority...

  • Burroughs High choirs, ensembles to showcase their talents during holiday production

    Burroughs High choirs, ensembles to showcase their talents during holiday production

    More than 400 students will take part in the annual Holiday Spectacular Concert this weekend at John Burroughs High School. The students come from the school’s vocal music, instrumental music, dance and tech crew programs. This year’s concert will center around the theme “Frosted Windowpanes.” ...

  • New art installation at IKEA raises questions among residents

    New art installation at IKEA raises questions among residents

    A sculpture at the new IKEA in Burbank that was recently placed near the entrance of the Swedish retailer’s store has many residents questioning the art piece. The tall object, which is wrapped in a white material and located just off South San Fernando Boulevard, has caught interest of some passersby...

  • On the Town: La Providencia Guild’s fundraiser always in fashion

    On the Town: La Providencia Guild’s fundraiser always in fashion

    It was 1947. President Harry S. Truman was in the second year of his presidency, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball, Tennessee Williams’ play “A Streetcar Named Desire” was running on Broadway and NBC debuted a week-in-review news program titled “Meet the Press” that...

  • Community: Performers glow in annual holiday show

    Community: Performers glow in annual holiday show

    My heart is bursting with Christmas spirit after seeing the annual Holiday Program produced by BCR “a place to grow.” The organization has supported the developmentally disabled population for those in and around Burbank for more than 50 years. The staff and clients spend weeks working on the recorded...

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