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Peninsula Holds Wine Dinner

Check your calendars and see if your free for next Friday’s exclusive Palmaz Wine Dinner, to be held in The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills on Nov. 8.

Artist Millard Sheets’ Mural Dedication This Saturday

“El Camino Real,” The Millard Sheets mural which graces the parking lot at City Hall,will be formally dedicated at a ceremony with the mayor and City Council Saturday at 2 p.m.

Big Bucks

Chuck and Ava Fries raised $1 million during the Center Theatre Group Associates’ biannual Angels’ Night in Century City.

Flywheel Comes To Beverly Hills

Hailing a taxi has never been so easy now that Flywheel has expanded its taxi service to Beverly Hills, linking professional drivers to smartphone users who need a ride.

Beverly Hills 9OH2O Wins ‘World’s Best Water’ Award

Beverly Hills 9OH2O, the world’s first sommelier-crafted water, has copped the “Beverage Innovation” award for the world’s best still or sparkling  water

High School Robotics Open House Shows STEM Steam

Scores of students, parents and Beverly Hills Unified leaders celebrated the future of science, technology, engineering and math on Monday night at the high school’s Robotics Open House.

Peninsula Holds Wine Dinner

Check your calendars and see if your free for next Friday’s exclusive Palmaz Wine Dinner, to be held in The Belvedere at The Peninsula Beverly Hills on Nov. 8.

Artist Millard Sheets’ Mural Dedication This Saturday

“El Camino Real,” The Millard Sheets mural which graces the parking lot at City Hall,will be formally dedicated at a ceremony with the mayor and City Council Saturday at 2 p.m.

Beverly Hills Police Arrest Rabbi On Youth Sex Charges in New York

Rabbi Mendel Tevel appeared in a Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday after a 2-day delay.

Beverly Hills Voters Head To Polls Today For School Board Election

Beverly Hills voters headed to the polls today to cast their votes for two open seats on the Board of Education

Big Bucks

Chuck and Ava Fries raised $1 million during the Center Theatre Group Associates’ biannual Angels’ Night in Century City.

Talk Time

Board of Education candidate Howard Goldstein held his seventh and final coffee on Wednesday where he talked to the community about his plans for enhancing educational leadership

Giving Book

Last month, El Rodeo 4th graders delivered 3,266 used books to Oak Street Elementary in Inglewood and read with Oak Street students
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