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Historic Saban Theatre To Get New Marquee

The Architectural Commission for the City approved exterior renovations to the Saban Theatre (formerly the Wilshire Theatre) Wednesday

Building Plans Will Put Retail Near Montage

An application submitted by Gabbay Architects to construct a three-story commercial building, with a three-level subterranean parking garage at 257 North Canon directly across from Montage Beverly Hills, is being considered for approval by the City’s planning commission

Hedge Fund Manager Taken Into Custody

The U.S. attorney’s office in Los  Angeles says Beverly Hills hedge fund manager Bradley Ruderman has been taken into custody on allegations he bilked investors out of more than $44 million

Norman Notebook Baseball Makes It 10 In A Row, Golf Team Wins CIF Regional Championship

Motivated by their nine-game winning streak, the Beverly Hills varsity baseball team defeated Inglewood High last Thursday with a blowout score of 10-0.

In the boys, Cousins’ Explore Relationship, Magic Of Their Fathers, The Songwriting Sherman Brothers

In the boys: the sherman brothers story, cousins Gregg and Jeff Sherman tell the story of their fathers—creators of indelibly optimistic scores for classic Disney films—who led completely separate private lives only a few blocks from each other in Beverly Hills

Focus On Prostate Cancer Research At New Center

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Historic Saban Theatre To Get New Marquee

The Architectural Commission for the City approved exterior renovations to the Saban Theatre (formerly the Wilshire Theatre) Wednesday

Building Plans Will Put Retail Near Montage

An application submitted by Gabbay Architects to construct a three-story commercial building, with a three-level subterranean parking garage at 257 North Canon directly across from Montage Beverly Hills, is being considered for approval by the City’s planning commission

George Christy 05-22-2009

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Water Bills May Double For Users Who Don’t Cut Back

Water bills may double after July 1 for people in the City who use just too much water

Hedge Fund Manager Taken Into Custody

The U.S. attorney’s office in Los  Angeles says Beverly Hills hedge fund manager Bradley Ruderman has been taken into custody on allegations he bilked investors out of more than $44 million

Sports Fees May Rise Police, Fire Make Cuts, Yet Chamber Wants $500,000 More

Facing the City’s pending $21 million budget deficit, the City Council considered youth sports fees for use of City athletic fields and a request from the Beverly Hills Chamber of Com-merce for a subsidy of nearly $500,000 at Wednesday’s council study session

Businesses Win Free Parking At Montage

Businesses are hoping to soon breathe a sigh of relief – the Public Gardens parking structure at Montage Beverly Hills was greenlighted by the City Council for two-hour free parking effective immediately at Wednesday’s meeting
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