Mayor Lili Bosse and Vice Mayor Julian Gold spent the week in the Big Apple, joining the Beverly Hills Conference and Visitors Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce on a New York Sales Mission to promote commerce and travel in Beverly Hills to the business leaders in New York City.
Barbara Sinatra was delighted that the Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai annual Fall Gala raised $2 million.
Betty (left) is a 5-year old Teacup Applehead Chihuahua. Her 1-year old daughter Veronica (right) had a Dachshund daddy. They are looking for a home together or separately after being rescued by ShelterHopePetShop.org. Those interested in adopting one or both of these lovelies may call Shelter Hope at 805-379-3538.
Local Bel Air resident hero Lucy Meyer, 15, is once again using her special brand of enthusiasm and commitment to raise money for children with disabilities.
Former Mayor Jimmy and Lonnie Delshad hosted a reception Tuesday for Elan Carr, candidate for U.S Congress from the 33rd District, at The Beverly Hilton.
Beverly Vista 4th grade students brought some Beverly Hills school spirit to Compton this week as part of their annual service learning project, BookEnds. The students collected, sorted, boxed and delivered 2,849 books to Compton Avenue Elementary School.
Please, now, who are the members from the Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai that captured our hearts by corralling the fabulous Cuban-born jazz artist Arturo Sandoval and his large band of brass troupers. To entertain the dress-up crowd during the Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai 57th anniversary Fall Gala at The Beverly Wilshire. Speaking of dress-up, the ladies illuminate the party ballrooms with their gorgeous designer gowns and accessories, while the gents are now-and-then boring with their go-to-hell no-tie with a black-tie dress code. We glimpsed several men with T-shirts and jackets.
Professors James P. Allison, Steven A. Rosenberg and Zelig Eshhar, three scientists at the forefront of cancer research, were named Massry Prize winners at City Hall yesterday morning.
Hilla Medalia's compelling look at the relationship between producers and cousins Menahem Golan and Yorum Globus, and the rise and fall of Cannon Films, will screen Thursday at The Writers Guild Theater.