Jaunty as a bouncing elf in his athletic shoes, Rabbi Mark Borovitz welcomed the crowd during the Silent Auction before emceeing the Beit T’Shivah awards dinner at the Beverly Hilton
The Beverly Hills City Council unanimously approved the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and a City (owned and operated) three-level subterranean parking structure on Jan
The Beverly Hills Board of Education is moving forward with its revision of the school district’s permit policy, as it does annually to review the number of permits to issue for the following year.
Beverly Hills High School is being criticized for its recent elimination of most developmental courses by the Beverly Hills Education Association (otherwise known as the teacher’s union), who claim it is limiting students’ options
Breaking records isn’t always good.
With the financial crisis looming overhead, it is hard to see beyond the clouds.
Mayor Barry Brucker announced Wednesday that he will vote “no” on the business tax modification, Measure P, given the uncertain and rapidly changing fiscal circumstances facing Beverly Hills as a result of the state and federal economic climate.
When Jay Foonberg runs the Surf City Marathon in Huntington Beach on Sunday, it will be just another race for the 73-year-old who has now completed 35 marathons and 26 half-marathons—on all seven continents
“An open bar, plenty of finger food, come and celebrate
Since 1983, Vice-Mayor Frank Fenton has served Beverly Hills as an elected official.