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Artingstall & Hind Auctioneers End 2014 With Banner Sale

The esteemed Artingstall & Hind Auctioneers ends the 2014 calendar year with a major sale on Dec. 7.

San Diego Zoo Monitoring Aging Rare White Rhino Closely

Nola, the 40-year-old northern white rhino at the San Diego Zoo Safari park, is being closely monitored after handlers spotted behavioral changes and a runny nose. Nola is one of five of these species left in the world.

L.A. City Attorney Feuer Could File Criminal Charges Against 901 Strada Vecchia; Hearing Set For Jan. 6

A private hearing is scheduled for Jan. 6 at the L.A. City Attorney’s office to determine whether criminal charges will be filed against the massive 901 Strada Vecchia project in Bel-Air being designed by Mohamed Hadid.

Oksana On Music —Empowering Skill Of Music Education Builds A Child’s Self-Esteem

Music shows children they have talent, helps them attract positive attention, puts energy into focus, and much more.

UCLA Study Finds All Antidepressants May Not Be The Same For Pregnant Women

Five percent of all babies born in the U.S.—more than 200,000 a year—are exposed to antidepressants during gestation via transmission from their mothers. But little is known about how early exposure to these medications effects their offspring as they mature into adults.

New Year, New You!—Ring In A Beautiful New Year With Help From The Spa On Rodeo

At The Spa On Rodeo, Dr. Bobby Pourziaee believes wellness starts from the ground up. The full-service spa offers skin revision treatments specializing in age management, acne removal and pigmentation as well as therapeutic massage and foot and hand treatments.

Artingstall & Hind Auctioneers End 2014 With Banner Sale

The esteemed Artingstall & Hind Auctioneers ends the 2014 calendar year with a major sale on Dec. 7.

San Diego Zoo Monitoring Aging Rare White Rhino Closely

Nola, the 40-year-old northern white rhino at the San Diego Zoo Safari park, is being closely monitored after handlers spotted behavioral changes and a runny nose. Nola is one of five of these species left in the world.

Beverly Hills News – Prolific Producer/Half Century Beverly Hills Resident Arthur Gardner, Dead At 104

Prolific producer Arthur Gardner, a resident of Beverly Hills since 1963, died Dec. 19 at Sunrise Assisted Living.  He was 104.

End Of An Era On Saturday: Henry Waxman Completes 20 Terms As The Area’s Congressman

On Jan. 3, Rep. Ted Lieu will assume his seat in the United States Congress, taking over the seat that Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) has held for 40 years in the 33rd District.

L.A. City Attorney Feuer Could File Criminal Charges Against 901 Strada Vecchia; Hearing Set For Jan. 6

A private hearing is scheduled for Jan. 6 at the L.A. City Attorney’s office to determine whether criminal charges will be filed against the massive 901 Strada Vecchia project in Bel-Air being designed by Mohamed Hadid.

Beverly Hills News – Real Estate Development Pioneer, Philanthropist Guilford Glazer Dead At 93

Real estate development pioneer/philanthropist Guilford Glazer died peacefully in his home in Beverly Hills on Dec. 23. He was 93.

Beverly Hills News – Season Of Giving – Beverly Hills Community Feeds 1,500 On Christmas Eve

Horace Mann Principal Steve Kessler was all smiles on Christmas Eve morning as he prepared peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the Husky cafeteria alongside colleagues and students to “Feed the Hungry” on Christmas Eve. This year’s annual event drew families from all four Beverly Hills Unified K-8s to Horace Mann, including Hawthorne, El Rodeo, and Beverly Vista, to create 1,500 sack lunches later distributed by the West Hollywood Food Coalition.
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