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Sports Roundup: Tirityan leads Burbank girls’ basketball past Muir

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Burbank 57, Muir 31: It was another stellar effort from junior guard Osanna Tirityan, who recorded a triple-double in Pacific League play at home Friday. Tirityan finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for Burbank (8-11, 3-2 in league), which received eight points...

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LCF Library spices things up for the Indian-food curious in cooking demo
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LCF Library spices things up for the Indian-food curious in cooking demo

Anyone who’s marveled at the complexity of Indian curry — or wondered how to recreate the flavor profile of Pakistani kabobs in their own kitchens — won’t want to miss a cooking demonstration coming Saturday to the La Cañada Flintridge Library. Woodland Hills chef Farhana Sahibzada, culinary instructor...

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  • Bicyclist looks forward to his day in court; citizen says public apology due from official

    Bicyclist looks forward to his day in court; citizen says public apology due from official

    In the past week I was issued two citations, first by the Burbank Police and then by Griffith Park rangers, after I walked my bicycle in a safe and responsible manner across the public Mariposa Street bridge connecting Burbank and Griffith Park, then rode it south toward the Victory Boulevard overpass....

  • City should not consider rent control ordinance

    I find it hard to believe that the Burbank City Council would consider rent control, since I’ve learned from three of the five-member council (the majority) that they don’t own rental properties. How can they have a clue what it takes to maintain a building? Mayor Will Rogers should not even have...

  • PETA official urges compassion for wildlife affected by fires

    As wildfires continue to rage, let’s not forget that humans aren’t the only ones who are suffering. Animals’ homes are being destroyed, too. Once the smoke clears, this means that coyotes, cougars, deer, bobcats, raccoons and other animals will likely be venturing into residential areas in desperate...

  • Co-chair of Kindertransport event invites all to participate Sunday

    I will be attending a special evening on Sunday, Dec. 3, and I invite Burbank residents to join me. We will gather on the steps of City Hall to recognize World Kindertransport Day, which commemorates the rescue of 10,000 children in the beginning of World War II. They were sent from occupied Europe...

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