Monthly Archives: June, 2021

Love in Pandemic Times: Tying the Knot Takes a Toll

By Natalie Miranda Glendale News-Press When Ellis Beamon got down on one knee  for Ayana Pendergrass, his marriage proposal was cheered so loudly by family, friends...

Robert “Bud” Grew Syphers | Obituary

Robert Grew Syphers, 91, a longtime resident of Burbank, CA passed away peacefully at home on May 15, 2021. Robert was born in Portsmouth, New...

Eunice Facchetti | Obituary

Eunice Facchetti was born on June 23, 1941 in the town of Orleans, Brazil, to Carlos and Esther Ukstin. Eunice’s father was a Baptist...

David Sidney Clayton | Obituary

David Clayton, a longtime resident of Burbank, went home to be with the Lord on May 6, 2021. He was 88 years old. Dave...

Tribute Bands Help Return To Normalcy at Starlight Bowl

This column limits me to a certain amount of words, both by the simple “real estate” of space on the page and my knowledge...

Tinhorn Flats Evicted by Owner’s Ex-Wife

Restaurants in Burbank and across California experienced the lifting of capacity limits and social distancing requirements on Tuesday morning. Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill...

Artists, Burbank Officials Honor Local COVID-19 Victims

A garden of fabric stands in front of Burbank City Hall in memory of residents who have died from COVID-19. Two hundred and forty-two roses made...

Local Athlete to Bike 1,000-Plus Miles for Charity

Roy Wiegand is trying to bring water to families in the Navajo Nation. When he makes the 12-day trip to bike the more than...

Local Bars, Restaurants Welcome State’s Reopening

Lorraine Hart ordered a vodka tonic this week and did what would have been unthinkable several months ago: She sat at the bar. The Glendale...

Former Burroughs Student to Lead His Alma Mater

The Burbank Unified School District introduced Matt Chambers as the new principal of John Burroughs High School during a virtual Board of Education meeting...
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