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  • A look at what's in Burbank's news pipeline

    A look at what's in Burbank's news pipeline
    The New Year brings a time of reflection and hope. The Media City has plenty to look forward to in 2014, though the calendar seems packed with development. The airport is planning to open its transportation center, two hotels are slated to break ground,...
  • Wal-Mart China donkey meat scandal: You're really eating fox

    Wal-Mart China donkey meat scandal: You're really eating fox
    So what does the fox say in China? "Hey, I'm not a donkey!" Donkey meat eaters in China were upset to learn that some of the donkey meat sold at Wal-Mart actually contained fox DNA. Wal-Mart has recalled packages of it's "five-spice" donkey meat sold at...
  • How to turn an apartment closet into an office

    How to turn an apartment closet into an office
    When it comes to living in a small space, double duty is key. No inch can be wasted. Take a recent office I created inside a client's 1920s Los Angeles studio apartment. One main room held the bed, lounge chairs, dressers, bookcase and TV cabinet....
  • Minimum wage causes maximum headaches for GOP

    Minimum wage causes maximum headaches for GOP
    Lost in all the headline-grabbing fuss last week over the various positions that Republican gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner has taken on the minimum wage — He's for cutting it! He wants to raise it! He doesn't want to raise it! — was this...
  • Planning board to review IKEA expansion project in Burbank

    Swedish furniture giant IKEA may get one step closer next week to building its largest store in the United States as its proposed expansion project is slated to come before the Burbank Planning Board on Monday. The retailer announced a little more...
  • Burbank school board hears educators' wish lists

    Burbank educators approached the school board Thursday night to discuss what they believe should be restored in the district as local school officials look to bring back some programs and staff positions that were affected by years of state budget cuts....
  • Burbank YMCA to unveil $1-million renovation Wednesday

    Burbank YMCA to unveil $1-million renovation Wednesday
    The Burbank Community YMCA is slated to unveil next week its $1-million renovation, which includes upgrades to its aquatics center, pool and gym. On Wednesday, the public can join the center in celebrating 90 years in Burbank, along with the renovations....
  • Marco Zappia, editor, dead at 76

    Marco Zappia, editor, dead at 76
    Marco Zappia, a 50-year Burbank resident and winner of two Emmy awards for his post-production editing work, passed away Dec. 22 in Ventura surrounded by family. He was 76. According to his son, Robert, Marco Zappia helped produce shows at various...
  • Planning board recommends approval of IKEA store expansion in Burbank

    Planning board recommends approval of IKEA store expansion in Burbank
    Swedish furniture giant IKEA got the green light from the Burbank Planning Board Tuesday to nearly double the size of its location in the city, though the project still needs to be approved by the Burbank City Council. The retailer, which opened in...
  • Burbank water main break causes second "sinkhole" in two months

    Burbank water main break causes second "sinkhole" in two months
    A water main break on Sunday caused what the Burbank Police Department called a large sinkhole -- the second sinkhole in the city in the past two months. The sinkhole at Winona Avenue and Brighton Street around 1:30 p.m. was caused by a crack in the...
  • Burbank police see success in bike registration event

    Burbank police see success in bike registration event
    To help return lost or stolen bikes to their rightful owners, the Burbank Police hosted a first-ever event in which they helped register the bicycles of 301 people on Saturday. As bikers rode down the Chandler Bikeway near Keystone Street, police...