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June 6, 2009
Girls? volleyball camp offered next month Female players wishing to improve their volleyball skills can do so at the Volleyball Players Camp. The camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 13-17 and July 20-24 at Bellarmine-Jefferson High. The cost is $95 for one session or $175 for both sessions. The camp is open to girls who will be in fourth-eighth grades in the fall. Athletes will learn basic and advanced volleyball skills.Athletes should wear appropriate sport clothing.
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By Gabriel Rizk | May 9, 2007
BURBANK HIGH — It's the kind of experience high school athletes around the nation thrive on — the excitement of playing in a sporting event before a packed arena of peers, complete with cheerleaders and the smell of food wafting from the snack bar. Hearing-impaired athletes have a proud tradition of competing and making valuable contributions to the social ritual that is high school sports. For the most part, this significant segment of the student body hasn't had many events to call its own. The annual Southern California Deaf and Hard of Hearing Basketball and Cheerleading Tournament is designed to fill that niche by providing those athletes with a memorable day of community and competition.
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April 7, 2001
Tim Willert NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- The Luther Burbank Middle School Vocal Music Assn. will present its spring show, "On and Off Broadway," at 7 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium, 3700 Jeffries Ave. The school's three choirs, Madrigals, Melody in Motion and Mixed Chorus, will perform selections of their favorite songs along with individuals and student groups. Tickets cost $5 for adults and $3 for seniors and students. Parent boosters will sponsor a bake sale, snack bar and flower sale.
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March 2, 2005
All-Area Track Meet to pit region's best Over the years, the Burbank Invitational was the premier high school track and field meet of the season. However, without an all-weather track in which to hold the event, the invitational has fallen by the wayside. However, thanks to the efforts of Burbank High Coach Darin Wolf, the area's best will have an event to take part in this season. The first All-Area Track Meet will take place March 12 at Burroughs' Memorial Field.
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December 30, 2006
Charity League has 'Enchanted Evening' "One Enchanted Evening" describes the recent Le Bal de Noel dinner dance gala of the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League. Lights twinkled around the beautifully decorated room at The Castaway where the 48th annual fundraiser was held. Everyone attending enjoyed a lovely holiday party while raising funds for the local charities. The co-chairwomen Olga Rodriguez and Julie Mersola greeted the guests as they arrived and President Dale Gorman thanked everyone for coming and their generous support while the guests dined on the filet mignon and scampi.
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August 7, 2004
Darleene Barrientos The majority of about 25 residents who gathered Thursday for the city's community outreach meeting were in favor of a new clubhouse for the DeBell Golf Course -- but where the building will be is still up for debate. The city wants to build a new, 18,845-square-foot clubhouse to replace the existing 16,252-square-foot building that was originally built in the 1950s. Melzer Deckert & Ruder Architects Inc. put together three preliminary diagrams to show where they would like to place the new clubhouse.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | April 22, 2009
A Hollywood premiere-style kick off and Disney Channel star power are part of the glitz planned for Burbank on Parade beginning its trek down Olive Avenue at 11 a.m. Saturday. The theme, Burbank on Parade Goes Hollywood, is perfect for a parade in this city because of all the media here, said parade President Linda Barnes. “We are the center almost of the entertainment industry,” she said. “We have Disney, NBC for now, Warner Bros. and Universal City at our doorstep.
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By Donna Huffaker Evans | October 10, 2009
A bowling alley is not the first place you’d associate with food. Intermittent wafts of deodorizing foot spray? Yes. Discordant clanging and the likelihood of chipping your manicure? Yes. But as a viable suggestion for a refreshing repast, bowling alleys probably rate a notch above gas stations. Sure, nachos or chicken fingers are fine between frames, but I wondered if the food at Pickwick Bowl in Burbank or Glendale’s Jewel City Bowl could stand up to a sit-down meal.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jeff Klemzak | February 23, 2008
“The Killing of John Lennon” is a pointless film about a pointless murder. Director Andrew Piddington, whose prior film credits are limited to three obscure titles, chose to dress this one up in the style of a docudrama. So, instead of a well-researched documentary or a compelling, fast-paced drama, the audience is handed a disappointing, overly long yawner, something that is neither fish nor fowl. Jonas Ball, the young actor who played Mark David Chapman, Lennon’s killer, did a respectable job with the role, but the format of the film sabotaged any creative effort on his part.
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June 6, 2009
Girls? volleyball camp offered next month Female players wishing to improve their volleyball skills can do so at the Volleyball Players Camp. The camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 13-17 and July 20-24 at Bellarmine-Jefferson High. The cost is $95 for one session or $175 for both sessions. The camp is open to girls who will be in fourth-eighth grades in the fall. Athletes will learn basic and advanced volleyball skills.Athletes should wear appropriate sport clothing.
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By Gabriel Rizk | May 9, 2007
BURBANK HIGH — It's the kind of experience high school athletes around the nation thrive on — the excitement of playing in a sporting event before a packed arena of peers, complete with cheerleaders and the smell of food wafting from the snack bar. Hearing-impaired athletes have a proud tradition of competing and making valuable contributions to the social ritual that is high school sports. For the most part, this significant segment of the student body hasn't had many events to call its own. The annual Southern California Deaf and Hard of Hearing Basketball and Cheerleading Tournament is designed to fill that niche by providing those athletes with a memorable day of community and competition.
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