Juliana Maio’s debut novel combines history, espionage and a central love stor, in Cairo’s bustling Jewish community in 1941. Her fusion of historical detail with suspenseful narrative offers a portrait of a time and place not only pivotal for the war, but that sowed much of the turbulence in today’s Middle East. She will be in conversation with Nubar Hovsepian at the Levantine Cultural Center.
Among the many participants in Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services’ 16th annual Alive & Running 5K Walk/Run event Sunday, will be resident Pamela Kluft. She’s walking in memory of her sister Beth.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Sept. 26). You have high expectations, and you picked the right year for it because you're also stronger and ready for the challenge. You’ll get the excitement you crave in October. November brings a dedicated effort among a small group of like minds. Secret exchanges go down in December. January and May are the best financially. Taurus and Scorpio people adore you.
Beverly Hills City Clerk Byron O. Pope has received the designation of Master Municipal Clerk (MMC), awarded to him by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc.
Add terrorism to the list of woes future Beverly Hills High School students may have to deal with if the L.A. Metropolitan Transportation Authority doesn’t shift course on plans to run two subway tunnels beneath the City’s only high school. Yesterday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sent shock waves across the nation with the declaration that ISIS was plotting to launch attacks on subways in the U.S.
In a last-minute letter to the Los Angeles Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee, the Bel-Air Association (BAA) Land Use Committee faxed a letter the evening before a scheduled hearing on a Haul Route Application for the massive project at 10697 Somma Way. The letter expressed support for the haul route.
Mary Dohn moved to Beverly Hills in 1948, a newlywed Catholic schoolteacher from Indiana who had grown up with strong Midwestern family values.
The Beverly Hills Waldorf Astoria successfully surmounted an unexpected hurdle on Tuesday, when the City Council voted 4-1 not to bring the project up for review. Councilman John Mirisch, the lone dissent, had asked his colleagues to review the process which led to Community Development Director Susan Healy Keene approving changes for the project.
Those waiting to find out just how City of Beverly Hills employee compensation compares to those in the private sector are going to have wait a lot longer.
The City of Beverly Hills will host cyclists from around the world Sunday for the Gran Fondo Italia, which will be riding down Rodeo Drive Sunday.