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Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Rotary Re-Books Beverly Hills Hotel

After a sixth-month hiatus from holding its Monday luncheons at The Beverly Hills Hotel, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills is set to return to the historic hotel on Dec. 1.

Beverly Hills News – The Virginia Robinson Gardens Is Looking For Volunteer Docents

If you like to have fun in the sun and have an appreciation of architecture, gardens and history, signing up to work as a volunteer docent at the Virginia Robinson Gardens may be just the right fit.

Beverly Hills News – BHUSD Prepares To Address Program Improvement Status

It continues to be business as usual at the Beverly Hills K-8’s, even after it became public knowledge that Beverly Hills High School has been labeled a Program Improvement school.

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ New Leavey Interfaith Center Gets Lead $5.5M Gift

Kathleen McCarthy Kostlan and The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation have donated a gift of $5.5 million to Children's Hospital Los Angeles to establish The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation Interfaith Center. When the 2,400-square-foot indoor and outdoor facility opens next fall, it will mean that when a retreat from the hospital room is needed, patients and family can connect with their faith in the tranquil meditation rooms and the Reflection Garden.

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (103114)

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. 31). Family ties strengthen this year, and you’ll advance collective interests. Personal exploration the next six weeks will teach you exactly where to put your energy. In 2015, you’ll turn the uncool into fashion, the unexpressed into declaration. Love fills your hours in April and beyond.

Beverly Hills News – Jose Eber Brings Beverly Hills Salon Team To City of Hope

This week, international celebrity hair stylist José Eber and his Beverly Hills salon team joined entrepreneur Jaclyn Smith at City of Hope to spend the day with women in treatment for cancer who had lost their hair or were in the process of growing it back.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Rotary Re-Books Beverly Hills Hotel

After a sixth-month hiatus from holding its Monday luncheons at The Beverly Hills Hotel, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills is set to return to the historic hotel on Dec. 1.

Beverly Hills News – The Virginia Robinson Gardens Is Looking For Volunteer Docents

If you like to have fun in the sun and have an appreciation of architecture, gardens and history, signing up to work as a volunteer docent at the Virginia Robinson Gardens may be just the right fit.

Beverly Hills News – Planning Commission Review Will Significantly Alter Cultural Heritage Ordinance

Maintaining that historic preservation of single-family homes depresses real estate prices, Planning Commission (PC) Chair Howard Fisher and Commissioner Craig Corman have undertaken to rewrite the Cultural Heritage ordinance that was created just two and a half years ago, when developers sought to demolish one of the three homes built by Master Architect Richard Neutra in Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills News – Planning Commission Review Will Significantly Alter Cultural Heritage Ordinance

Maintaining that historic preservation of single-family homes depresses real estate prices, Planning Commission (PC) Chair Howard Fisher and Commissioner Craig Corman have undertaken to rewrite the Cultural Heritage ordinance that was created just 2-1/2- years ago, when developers sought to demolish one of the three homes built by Master Architect Richard Neutra in Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills News – BHUSD Prepares To Address Program Improvement Status

It continues to be business as usual at the Beverly Hills K-8’s, even after it became public knowledge that Beverly Hills High School has been labeled a Program Improvement school.

Beverly Hills News – Trial Date Set For 50-Foot Height Variance In Bel-Air

Janice Lazarof will have her day in court to protest a decision by 5th District Councilmember Paul Koretz when he asserted jurisdiction, pursuant to Los Angeles Charter Section 245, for a 50-foot height variance at 360 N. Stone Canyon Road.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Elder: Pascal, 100, Renaissance Woman, Sculptor

For the past century, Pascal has sculpted a life and career that is unique in all the world.
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