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Inside the Burbank border: Dive in, rock out, and rise up

It's the weekend! If you want to get out of the house but don't want to fill up your gas tank, there are plenty of things to do right here in Burbank. Here are just a few of them.

July 20-22: Dive-in, rock out, and rise up

Dive-In Movie: Temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s again on Saturday, so if you're looking to cool down after a long day in the sun, head over to the McCambridge Park swimming pool for a "dive-in" movie. Relax in and around the pool while watching Disney's "Lilo & Stitch" on a giant poolside screen. Rated PG.

  • When: Saturday, July 21, 7-10 p.m.
  • Where: McCambridge Park Pool, 1515 North Glenoaks Blvd.
  • Cost: $5 per person or $15 for a group of 4 people.
  • For more information: Call McCambridge Park Pool at 818-238-5381.

The Long Run and Ethan Farmer at the Starlight Bowl: The summer concert series is underway at the Starlight Bowl. This Sunday's headliner is The Long Run, a tribute band faithfully performing classic songs by The Eagles. Also appearing is Ethan Farmer, an accomplished bass player and musical director who has worked with Janet Jackson and Christina Aguilara, amongst many other big names in music.

  • When: Sunday, July 22, gates at 5:30 p.m., show at 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: Starlight Bowl, 1249 Lockheed View Drive
  • Cost: $10 for adults, seniors (60+) and children (3-12) are $6. Tickets bought at the gate on the day of the show will be $2 more. Get tickets
  • For more information: Visit the Starlight Bowl's July 22nd concert page.

The Dark Knight Rises: Despite the horrific shooting in Aurora, Colorado, "The Dark Knight Rises" is opening to rave reviews and big box office numbers. Don't let the tragic but isolated incident scare you away from taking in the film, especially since theaters and law enforcement have taken added security measures to ensure the safety of their patrons. The film concludes Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale as Batman, and also stars Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anne Hathaway, and Morgan Freeman. Rated PG-13.


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