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Month: July 2014

L.A. County Approves Plan To Accelerate Construction Of Broad Museum

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a plan today for speeding up work on downtown’s planned Broad Art Museum and to downsize and extend deadlines for related residential and retail development. The $3 billion Grand Avenue Project on Bunker Hill — land owned by the county, city and a Community Redevelopment Agency — […] 10:16 pm Read More

The Courier Hosts ‘Fashion Forward!’ Launch Reception At Two Rodeo

The Beverly Hills Courier held an invitation-only reception at Two Rodeo last Monday evening which drew more than 120 of Beverly Hills’ leading and civic community officials and retailers. The Courier also introduced its new fashion director Tawny Sanders who will head the new monthly “Fashion Forward!” section. Click below to see highlights from the […] 8:37 pm Read More

Plan For 53-Hour, 10-Mile Closure Of 405 Freeway In Mid-July

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority urges motorists to give some thought during the next six weeks to how they’ll detour during the 53-hour, 10-mile closure of the San Diego (405) freeway, between the Ventura (101) and Santa Monica (10) freeways, the weekend of July 16-17. Traffic conditions on freeways and streets in the area […] 4:34 pm Read More

Coroner’s Office Identify 51-Year-Old Man Shot In Palmdale

The coroner’s office today released the identity of the 51-year-old man shot to death in Palmdale. He was Anthony John Simiele, whose city of residence was unknown, Lt. Joe Bale said. Simiele’s estranged girlfriend, Diane Asbury, 48, was arrested on suspicion of murder and was being held on $1 million bail, authorities said. The shooting […] 4:32 pm Read More