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Who is Konstantine Anthony? Burbank mayor drag queen video sparks backlash online

The mayor of Burbank, California, Konstantine Anthony has garnered immense backlash online after a video of him attending a fundraiser went viral across social media platforms. In the same, the Democratic party member was seen getting spanked by a drag queen. Some claim that the event was solely for adults while others noted that it was catered to those who are minors as well which caused wild reactions online.As per the fundraiser’s advertisement, the Drag Queen Bingo event was hosted by the Santa Clarita Valley Dems on 9 Septe...

The mayor of Burbank, California, Konstantine Anthony has garnered immense backlash online after a video of him attending a fundraiser went viral across social media platforms. In the same, the Democratic party member was seen getting spanked by a drag queen. Some claim that the event was solely for adults while others noted that it was catered to those who are minors as well which caused wild reactions online.

As per the fundraiser’s advertisement, the Drag Queen Bingo event was hosted by the Santa Clarita Valley Dems on 9 September. A poster for the same noted that the program was for those who are 15 years old and above. However, they also stated that it was “not suitable for children.”

Libs of TikTok was one among the many who circulated the video. The infamous account claimed that Konstantine Anthony got spanked by a drag queen in the presence of minors. Once a video of the same was uploaded to Twitter by the Libs of TikTok account, it garnered nearly two million views.

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The page also noted that Konstantine Anthony responded to the video that went viral by asking:

“Jealous???”

Who is Konstantine Anthony? Burbank mayor gets blasted for viral drag queen video

As per the official Burbank, California website, Anthony studied film at the San Francisco State University. He moved to Burbank following graduation to become an actor.

Following his comedy stint, he decided to enter the political arena with “a passion for social justice.” According to the website, Anthony became the first openly autistic elected Burbank City Council official.

Along with being the mayor, he is part of several communities, including the SAG-AFTRA, SEIU, Burbank PFLAG, Burbank Transportation Commission, and the Burbank Advisory Council of Disabilities among others.

The mayor is married to Margo Rowder, and the two have one child each, separately.

As the video continued to make rounds online, many expressed their disgust and voiced their concern. A few comments online read:

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Many also continued to debate over whether the event was welcoming children. Despite the poster saying that those over the age of 15 were welcome, Konstantine Anthony himself took to Twitter to claim that there were no children at the private event. He also said that the program was hosted for those who were 21 years old and above. Responding to Libs of TikTok, Anthony also quipped:

“But, of course lying is totally on brand for you.”

The event was hosted by drag queen Roxy Wood, who has amassed over 50K followers on Instagram. According to her IMDb page, she has acted in Supergirl, Gracie and Frankie, and 2 Broke Girls.

Burbank residents frustrated after city announces plans to cut 120 trees

Homeowners along a residential street in suburban Burbank are upset and looking for answers after the city informed them it would be cutting down more than 120 trees that it says are at risk of falling.The Aleppo Pine trees are located throughout the city, with a large swath of them located along North Niagara Street in the Magnolia Park neighborhood. The mature trees have lined the street and provided shade for decades and are estimated to be about 100 years old.But recent drought conditions have made them unstable, the city s...

Homeowners along a residential street in suburban Burbank are upset and looking for answers after the city informed them it would be cutting down more than 120 trees that it says are at risk of falling.

The Aleppo Pine trees are located throughout the city, with a large swath of them located along North Niagara Street in the Magnolia Park neighborhood. The mature trees have lined the street and provided shade for decades and are estimated to be about 100 years old.

But recent drought conditions have made them unstable, the city says, and several have already come down and caused major damage to the vehicles, homes and the the sidewalk.

In February, during one of Southern California’s unseasonable rainstorms, several of the trees fell, crushing cars and damaging homes.

Because of their weakening roots and fall risk, the city has decided that the trees need to come down before they fall and cause more property damage — or worse.

Burbank Parks & Recreation Director Marisa Garcia said the decision to take down the trees did not come lightly.

In a statement to KTLA, Garcia said the trees needed to be taken down for community safety, adding that it’s a symptom of the challenges facing urban forestry brought on by climate change.

“We’ve realized that these magnificent trees have outgrown our residential spaces,” Garcia said. “As we embark on this necessary change, we assure the community that the replacement trees will be more resilient, offering wide-ranging benefits including cleaner air, energy efficiency, stormwater management, temperature regulation, noise reduction, and a habitat for local wildlife.”

Residents will take an active role in the process, Garcia said, choosing a new species of tree that fits the neighborhood’s needs.

Still, some homeowners are concerned about what impacts their removal could cause. In an online petition that has garnered more than 1,200 signatures, residents have voiced concerns about the effects on local wildlife and the impact on the overall value of homes on the block.

Dyane MacKinnon, who organized the petition, said residents have spoken to real estate agents and have been informed that cutting down the trees and altering the neighborhood’s overall cohesion could cause property value to go down as much as 10%.

Studies have shown that neighborhoods with more trees tend to have higher property values, including in Los Angeles where tree-lined streets are often found in the most expensive and high-income neighborhoods.

Some of the petition signers called the tree removal a “tragedy,” while others accused the City of outsourcing its tree management to non-experts.

But not all Burbank residents share this sentiment, including one person whose house was seriously damaged by a fallen tree on a nearby street.

The City of Burbank says it’s managing the local tree population carefully and with thoughtful consideration. Garcia said the city manages more than 33,000 trees and it is dedicated to the health and longevity of the “diverse urban forest,” with a mission to ensure they are around for future generations to enjoy.

An exact timeline for when the trees will be taken down has not yet been established, but a city official told KTLA it could happen as soon as October.

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect that more than 120 trees will be cut down citywide, not 140. City of Burbank Communications Manager Jonathan Jones later clarified that 37 of those trees will be taken down in the area of Niagara Street.

Burbank, CA Declares 'Tim Burton Day' With the Filmmaker Set to Return Back Home Where It All Began

On Sept. 24, the Burbank native will be celebrated with a proclamation from the Burbank City Council and then will sit down with Scott Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter's 'Awards Chatter' podcast for a life/career retrospective conversation.BURBANK, Calif., Aug. 21, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Burbank City Council has declared that Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, will be "Tim Burton Day" in recognition of the Batman, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice filmmaker, who was born and raised in the city within...

On Sept. 24, the Burbank native will be celebrated with a proclamation from the Burbank City Council and then will sit down with Scott Feinberg from The Hollywood Reporter's 'Awards Chatter' podcast for a life/career retrospective conversation.

BURBANK, Calif., Aug. 21, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Burbank City Council has declared that Sunday, Sept. 24, 2023, will be "Tim Burton Day" in recognition of the Batman, Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice filmmaker, who was born and raised in the city within Los Angeles County. Tim Burton will be in attendance for the annual Awards Gala of the Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF), which is celebrating its 15-year anniversary. The Burbank Marriott Convention Center will host the event.

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Burton's relationship with the film festival, which takes place in the city known as 'The Media Capital of the Word', began a year ago, when he agreed to lend his name to a festival award that will annually recognize a local filmmaker who grew up or currently lives in Burbank and who shows unique vision and style. Director Alessandro Gentile became the first recipient of the award in 2022 for his film entitled 'Lodo'. The 'Tim Burton Visionary Award' will be presented again this year.

"As a Burbank native myself I am pleased to be part of this year's festival, with this new Visionary Award going to a local Burbank filmmaker who shows unique imagination and creativity," said Burton, whose most recent project was the Netflix comedy series Wednesday, on which he served as executive producer and director (for four of its eight-episode first season), and for which he is Emmy-nominated for best comedy series and best directing for a comedy series.

BIFF President Kurt Patino and BIFF Advisory Board Member Tony Muscio are huge admirers of Burton's work and thought it was the perfect time to recognize this iconic filmmaker. Patino explains why, "Tim Burton's artistry is such an inspiration, and the team at BIFF is thrilled to have collaborated with the Burbank City Council to give Tim this deserving recognition, "Tim Burton Day," and celebrate his amazing contributions to the entertainment industry, his Burbank roots and the wonderful impressions he's made in the hearts of audiences."

Awards Gala tickets here.BIFF's schedule of films can be found here: https://www.burbankfilmfest.org/official-2023-selections-showings

About BIFF

The Burbank International Film Festival is a California non-profit organization operating as a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt corporation. The Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF) aims to promote and advocate for inclusive and culturally diverse perspectives and content in film. BIFF brings new opportunities to tell unique stories, honor independent filmmakers, and provide a platform for respectful and informed discussion of their work. BIFF continues to support independent filmmakers by showcasing, educating, and expanding careers in the entertainment industry for indie filmmakers from all over the globe. BIFF sets a standard for excellence and recognizes the important work of emerging talent.

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Mystery surrounds decision to suddenly put Burbank superintendent on administrative leave

The Burbank Unified School District Board placed its superintendent on administrative leave with no explanation after a closed-session meeting to evaluate his performance, officials announced Thursday.But school board officials have released few details about why Matt Hill, who took the superintendent job in 2015, was suddenly removed from his post.In a letter sent to parents and teachers Thursday, school board President Steve Ferguson said Hill was placed on paid administrative leave effective immediately but offered no furthe...

The Burbank Unified School District Board placed its superintendent on administrative leave with no explanation after a closed-session meeting to evaluate his performance, officials announced Thursday.

But school board officials have released few details about why Matt Hill, who took the superintendent job in 2015, was suddenly removed from his post.

In a letter sent to parents and teachers Thursday, school board President Steve Ferguson said Hill was placed on paid administrative leave effective immediately but offered no further details.

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“Know that the Board did not take this action lightly,” the letter said. “We also know that many of you will have questions. This action, however, is a confidential personnel matter.”

Ferguson did not respond to questions about the board’s decision, and referred The Times in an email to the letter sent to parents and teachers.

Emily Weisberg, vice president of the board, said school officials expected to address the district’s future leadership in its next meeting. She said the board was not allowed to discuss personnel matters.

The decision was announced after the board of education met in closed session Wednesday night for a special meeting.

According to the meeting agenda, board members met to discuss a “Public Employee Performance Evaluation” of the superintendent.

Initially hired in 2015, Hill’s contract was extended in 2019 and again in July 2022 by the board. Under that contract, Hill was set to remain as superintendent until June 30, 2025.

Under the terms of the contract, the board can fire the superintendent for cause, such as “unsatisfactory performance,” misconduct or breach of contract. The superintendent would then be given an opportunity to dispute the accusations.

The superintendent can also be dismissed without cause, requiring the district to pay his salary for a year.

Hill did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Representatives for the district’s Parent Teacher Assn., as well as the Burbank Teachers Assn., could not be immediately reached for comment.

According to Ferguson’s letter, John Paramo, assistant superintendent of educational services, would take the role of acting superintendent.

The board plans to discuss the school district’s leadership during its next meeting on June 15, according to the letter.

‘There’s a bear in my kitchen’: Recent bear encounters have Burbank residents on edge

Residents of Burbank held a meeting with wildlife officials Thursday evening to address the growing concerns over the increasing proximity of bears to residential areas.It comes after a bear found its way into a woman’s kitchen and showed no signs of fear toward humans.Jennifer DuBois recounted the startling incident when a bear entered her house while she was on a Zoom call.“I could hear some commotion to the right of me as I was sitting in my dining room, and I looked over to see a bear looking at me,&rdquo...

Residents of Burbank held a meeting with wildlife officials Thursday evening to address the growing concerns over the increasing proximity of bears to residential areas.

It comes after a bear found its way into a woman’s kitchen and showed no signs of fear toward humans.

Jennifer DuBois recounted the startling incident when a bear entered her house while she was on a Zoom call.

“I could hear some commotion to the right of me as I was sitting in my dining room, and I looked over to see a bear looking at me,” DuBois told KTLA. “We locked eyes for a second, and he casually left. It startled me, and I’m telling everybody, ‘Oh my gosh, there’s a bear in my kitchen.'”

Neighbors in Burbank have brought up the idea of moving the bears elsewhere, but wildlife officials say they aren’t confident that the bears won’t simply return to the same area. DuBois is concerned that the bears might not survive being relocated.

“If the bears were removed and they could survive, I would be fine with that. But my understanding is that their survival might be in question so that would concern me as I don’t want anything to happen to the bears,” she said. “Obviously, this is their home too, but it is getting to the point where they’re not afraid of humans at all and obviously coming into kitchens and whatnot.”

A local wildlife expert has dismissed relocation as an option, citing the potential risks to the bears’ survival if introduced to another area with another animal of the same species.

While the bear did not pose a direct threat to DuBois, the incident left her feeling frightened.

Another resident, Janice Schaefer, shared videos of a bear in her backyard which caused significant damage to her jacuzzi tub.

With the warmer weather, wildlife experts say the bears are coming from the San Gabriel Mountains to the foothills of Burbank, attracted by fruit trees, summer barbecues, and easily accessible trash.

Animal control officials are emphasizing the importance of educating the public on how to discourage bears from approaching residential areas. Techniques such as yelling and using air horns can be effective in conditioning the bears to keep their distance.

But Stacie Wood-Levine, an animal control officer at the Burbank Animal Shelter, said that conditioning needs to be regular and involve the cooperation of all local residents.

“The bears need to continue to be conditioned. A lot of times, if they have a crowd of people that are just standing there with their phones, they do not think it’s a threat. So if they get an air horn here and there, they’re not going to be as scared. It’s important that everybody be on board and just use the air horns and haze them,” Wood-Levine said.

To address the concerns and provide information about bear sightings, an informational session was held at the Stough Canyon Nature Center on Thursday at 4 p.m. A biologist from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife was present to discuss the situation.

In the meantime, residents should take the necessary steps to reduce the chance of bear encounters, especially taking the time to secure their trash. Bears are primarily searching for food sources, and unsecured trash often becomes an easy target for them, experts say.

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