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NEWS
March 3, 2004
More than 100 people from the community came out to celebrate Burbank Temple Emanu El's Purim Carnival on Sunday. Purim is a day in which the Jewish community celebrates the story of Esther, with a theme of unity and courage in the face of anti-Semitism, according to temple volunteer Laura Snow. The annual event drew adults and children with a variety of entertainment, including music, magic, games, prizes and hamantaschen cookies, which are named after Haman, the Jewish enemy in the story.
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NEWS
February 5, 2005
JAMES AND PATRICIA FRYMAN James and Patricia Fryman celebrated their 50th anniversary on Jan. 8 at the Pickwick Gardens in Burbank. The couple were married at St. Finbar Church in 1955. A total of 137 guests were present, including their children, Cherie Armstorff and her husband, Roland; Will Fryman and his wife, Ronni; Michael Fryman and his wife, Rose; and Nancy Cammarata and her husband, Jim; and their families and six grandchildren. The Esquires Orchestra performed big band music.
NEWS
June 10, 2000
Irma Lemus HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- St. Francis Xavier Church and School is hosting its annual Old Tyme Country Faire. The fair began Friday and continues today from 3 p.m. to midnight and 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Carnival rides and midway games --including Burbank Mayor Bill Wiggins serving time in the dunk tank -- will thrill fair attendees. An arts and crafts sale, live entertainment, food and a prize drawing will also be part of the fun, organizers said.
COMMUNITY
By Joyce Rudolph | May 23, 2013
Nickelodeon Animation Studios has formed a partnership with Muir Middle School to help get its media program running, said Carson Smith, human resources manager. Nickelodeon's media technology services team, under Director Boris Beaubien, worked with Muir's Principal Greg Miller to develop a three-session, one-hour class that serves as an introduction to the role of the computer in the animation process. The media technology team brought computers into the classroom and instructed the students on how to safely install hardware and trouble-shoot potential issues during the first class.
FEATURES
April 14, 2007
BURBANK TEMPLE EMANU EL CELEBRATES PURIM Burbank Temple Emanu El had a Purim Carnival on March 4 at the temple, 1302 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank. The story of Esther was celebrated with children's activities including a petting zoo, carnival games, face painting, arts and crafts, magic and prizes. For more information, call (818) 845-1734. ARTIST WILL DEMONSTRATE WESTERN OIL PAINTING Burbank Art Assn. will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the City Hall Annex, 301 E. Olive Ave., Room 102. The guest artist will be Patrick Harper, who will be demonstrating a painting of a cowboy and horse in oil. Harper has been painting since an early age. After college his interest broadened into commercial art and took him into the advertising business.
NEWS
October 22, 2003
'Lulu' opens Tuesday at The Victory Theatre BURBANK -- Vox Humana Productions begins previews Friday of "Lulu" at The Little Victory Theatre. It is directed by Jerry Kernion. Veering crazily between sex farce and bleak tragedy, "Lulu" is Peter Barnes' carnival-tinged adaptation of Frank Wedekind's proto-modern classic of sex, obsession, deception and death. Inhabiting the shadowy world of tents and trailers in a circus carnival-on-the-edge, Lulu is a woman blessed and cursed with the instinctive ability to appear the object of fantasy.
NEWS
December 25, 1999
Paul Clinton MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- When the holidays roll around and charity requests begin to pour into Warner Bros., they inevitably find their way to Anna Parra's desk. Parra, the studio's community relations representative, gets letters from all over -- Burbank, Minnesota and even countries abroad. The letters deluge her with requests for food, toys, clothing, videos and other Warner Bros. merchandise. Some just ask for money. The studio can't answer all the requests, of course.
NEWS
By Lauren Hilgers | May 20, 2006
The longer 11-year-old Jonathan Lee stayed at the Ralph Emerson Elementary School Art Fair on Friday, the stranger he looked. "I'm a girl and a moose," Jonathan announced, having put on a tutu and a moose mask. Five minutes later, the Emerson student had morphed into what he characterized as "a Jedi moose with a light saber." The fair had the same effect on many of the students, who collected paper bag hats, giant cardboard slices of pizza and face masks as the afternoon continued.
NEWS
August 10, 2002
Leadership Burbank offers training program BURBANK -- Applications for Leadership Burbank, a 10-month leadership training program, are being accepted through Thursday. Only 20 spaces are available. The program seeks to bring together a diverse group of participants who either live or work in Burbank. Sessions will explore the elements of the Burbank community including infrastructure, economic viability, police and fire services, social justice, safety and the environment.
NEWS
October 27, 2001
Gary Moskowitz MEDIA CITY CENTER -- The 2001 Burbank International Children's Film Festival has daily events scheduled for Burbank youths until Nov. 3. Film festival screenings and workshops will begin at 10 a.m. today at the AMC Media Theatre 8 and will run all day until 5 p.m., beginning with a set design workshop at 10 a.m. Film festival headquarters will be housed next to Macy's department store on the third level...
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