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Nadya Suleman

“Octomom” Files for Bankruptcy

Nadya "Octomom" Suleman got another week to stay in her La Habra home when a foreclosure auction on the property was postponed today, but she had to file for bankruptcy in federal court, her attorney said. 11:07 pm Read More

Children’s Hospital Seeking Platelets Donors

A five-day platelets drive will begin today at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, with donors entered into a drawing for tickets to a Los Angeles Kings second-round playoff game at Staples Center. Appointments are required to donate platelets and can be made by calling (323) 361-2441 or emailing Appointments are available at 7:30 a.m., 8 […] 6:17 pm Read More


Music Center’s Very Special Arts Festival Features Students From 40 Schools 10:17 pm Read More

Resident’s Film Featured In BH Festival

Genevieve Angela Wright, a short film written by and starring four-year Beverly Hills resident Genevieve Farrell will be featured at this year’s International Beverly Hills Film Festival, screening at 11 a.m., tomorrow at the Clarity Theater, 100 N 4:26 pm Read More

Death Knell Rings For Hannah Carter Garden

On Wednesday, UCLA denied the Coalition to Save the Hannah Carter Japanese Garden an opportunity to address the UC Board of Regents during its meeting on May 15-17 in a letter from University of California President Mark Yudof 2:23 am Read More

Ridley-Thomas Says No Measure R Extension

Mark Ridley Thomas Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, who received substantial support from Beverly Hills in his bid for his Second District supervisorial seat, came out against Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s call to extend in perpetuity Measure R, the MTA funding tax. 2:20 am Read More