Chase Suspect Arrested in Burbank

By Mary O’KEEFE The suspect that led law enforcement on a vehicle and foot pursuit in La Crescenta last week was arrested by Burbank police on Tuesday after a similar chase. Burbank police noticed Lang Patrick Martinez, 37, of Simi Valley outside the Target department store at 1800 W. Empire Avenue in Burbank. Officers attempted […]

A Wild Ride Can be Found at Cavalia

By Charly SHELTON Cavalia was like a dream. We were in the Roman Colosseum, floating through space, but space was tie-dyed. Horses were running around everywhere while chiseled men and beautiful women shouted orders to them from the backs of other horses and then, in a flipping jump, landing in the center of the arena. […]

“Cavalia” is an experience without compare

By Brandon HENSLEY In 2003, Normand Latourelle and his show “Cavalia” set out to give audiences a dream-like experience – a spectacle where horses and humans unite. Latourelle hoped it would last two or three years. As it turns out, the show is still going strong, and since its original production in Quebec, Canada, more […]

A regal ending to league opener

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY The summer Burbank basketball league kicked off Tuesday night with the Falcons, 8-4-0 league, faced off against the Simi Valley Royals. The Royals, who finished league 4-10-0, is traditionally one of the Falcons most worthy opponents. However, by the end of the first half with Crescenta Valley leading by 10 points, it […]

Bob Hope honored with sculpture

From left are Kelly and Linda Hope with Joyce Streator, Bob Hope Airport Authority president, and sculptor Don Wiegand. Image of beloved entertainer unveiled at Burbank airport as family and admirers look on. By Mary O’KEEFE On Tuesday a sculpture honoring entertainer Bob Hope was unveiled at the Burbank airport that bears the actor’s name. […]

Car chase ends at Americana

By Mary O’Keefe A car chase that began with an armed robbery in Burbank raced through Sunland, Crescenta Valley and ended at the Americana in Glendale. The saga began at a liquor store in the 2000 block of North Glenoaks, Burbank. The employee of the store noticed a suspicious man, later identified as Alexander Moya, […]

Counting on us

By Charly SHELTON Census Day is April 1, 2010 – no fooling. In preparation, a new census office was opened with much fanfare on Jan. 20 in Burbank.Located at 2727 W. Alameda Ave., the opening ceremony included many distinguished speakers, including Greg Krikorian of the Glendale Unified School District and a blessing by the Armenian […]