Fronnie Lewis

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

City of Burbank offering free sandbags

A major storm is set to dump a lot of rain on the Southland today and tomorrow. The chance of rain in Burbank is 100 percent on Tuesday. The weather watchers say we could get 1 to 2 inches of rain. That kind of heavy rainfall could produce flash flooding. So the City of Burbank is offering free sandbags to […]
Monday, December 1, 2014

FBI confirms Sony Pictures hacked

 Sony Pctures has been hacked! The cyber attack on the entertainment studio reportedly began “… about a week ago when a group called Guardians of Peace, or #GOP for short, gained access to the studio’s system and arranged for a bizarre image and poorly worded text to appear on the computer screens of employee,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sony has […]
Saturday, November 29, 2014

Video interview with Burbank School Board candidate Steve Ferguson

Communications consultant and community activist, Steve Ferguson, is among several candidates making a run for three open seats on the Burbank School Board in the February 24, 2015 Burbank Municipal Primary Election. Earlier this month, Ferguson, sat down with me for a one-on-one video interview. The ground rules, no questions in advance and no subject was off-limits. In the interview, […]
Friday, November 28, 2014

A one-on-one with Burbank School Board candidate Steve Ferguson

Recently, I sat down with Burbank School Board candidate, Steve Ferguson. He announced his candidacy last month. No questions in advance. No subject was off-limits. In the one-on-one interview, Ferguson answers some tough questions about his candidacy, the state of Burbank schools, and what he sees as solutions to some of the district’s problems. That interview will be posted on […]
Friday, November 28, 2014

Photo Gallery: Tai chi in motion at the Joslyn Adult Center

The newly designed mini park at the Joslyn Adult Center is consider an oasis and for good reason. It’s a tranquil green space that invites guests to sit, linger, and for some seniors today — to workout with the slow flowing mediation motions of tai chi. The mini park, completed last May, is a collaboration between Leadership Burbank class of 2014 […]
Friday, November 28, 2014

Holiday greetings from Burbank City Councilman Bob Frutos

I received the following letter from Burbank City Councilman/ Vice-Mayor, Bob Frutos, yesterday. “As we begin this holiday season, I have been reflecting on the things I am most grateful for; family, friends and good neighbors. I am thankful to live in a community where we have so many residents who volunteer their time to make wonderful things happen in […]
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Burbank filmmaker’s documentary set for premiere in North Hollywood

Long time Burbank resident and filmmaker, Anne O’Neal, has a lot to smile about and be proud of  these days. O’Neal’s first documentary is making the rounds at the film festivals. “Sing Your Own Song: an Opera Love Story” was nominated for Best Feature Documentary at the Long Beach Indie International Film Festival 2014 last summer  and  has been selected to […]
Monday, November 24, 2014

Dog Haus opens in Burbank with free hot dogs!

There’s a new fast food joint in Burbank. It opened last Saturday with long lines and free hot dogs all day long! It’s another one of those new trendy fast-casual eateries with a lot of healthy ingredients and variety of choices.  The Dog Haus  offers up “gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers, and one-of-a-kind creations,” according to a news release. In […]