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Clinton urges Security Council to Act on Syria

Clinton will join other top officials at the United Nations including French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi, who on Saturday announced a suspension of an Arab monitoring mission to Syria due to escalating violence.

SAG-AFTRA Likely to Merge

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Actor Finds His Identity In King Of The DesertKing of the Desert, actor René Rivera’s one-man show about his journey from San Antonio barrio to Broadway is one of self discovery.

CestVibe.com Co-sponsoring Art Exhibits with Interfaith Center of Beverly Hills

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LAPD: Pinkberry Co-Founder Pleads Not Guilty to Beating Homeless Man

The co-founder of Pinkberry pleaded not guilty today to attacking a homeless man with a tire iron along the Hollywood (101) Freeway.

Prolific TV Director John Rich, 86, Dies

John Rich, a "legendary television director" in the estimation of the president of the Directors Guild of America, died today at his home in Los Angeles.

Clinton urges Security Council to Act on Syria

Clinton will join other top officials at the United Nations including French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi, who on Saturday announced a suspension of an Arab monitoring mission to Syria due to escalating violence.

SAG-AFTRA Likely to Merge

Mary Tyler Moore Receives SAG Life Achievement Award

Mary Tyler Moore, who rose to fame as housewife Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and became a household name as television news producer Mary Richards on the classic comedy "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award last night.

“The Help” Wins Best Ensemble Prize at SAG Awards

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Actor Finds His Identity In King Of The DesertKing of the Desert, actor René Rivera’s one-man show about his journey from San Antonio barrio to Broadway is one of self discovery.

Resident Frustration Rules at Roxbury Park Town Hall Meeting

Updated Friday January 27, 2012– 2:15pm"Despite the promise of a Roxbury Park Community Center Town Hall meeting, the City Council meeting held last night lacked dialogue between Councilmembers and the community regarding the issue of the proposed project

Local Author’s Debut eBook Aims To Help Readers Save Money, And Inspire

Longtime resident Christine Redlin is debuting her new eBook, Life On A Shoestring .. In Beverly Hills? (A Feel And Think Better Book).
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