The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts takes its place in Los Angeles County's architectural heritage landscape on May 7 at the L.A. Conservancy 2015 Preservation Awards.
David Greg's "Dunsinane, "a sequel to "Macbeth" at the Wallis' Bram Goldsmith Theatre through Sunday, April 5, combines fierceness and jokes to draw parallels between the attempted nation-building by an English leader in 11th century Scotland and contemporary events in Afghanistan and Iraq.
This little-bitty kitty, Miss Snuggle (ID#A1540893) is a "tortie" and gray tabby. She is about 4 years old and weighs about 8 pounds and she needs a new home. Do you want to adopt her?
Beverly Hills police today warned residents about a scammer pretending to represent the City on the guise of setting up a property inspection.
The Beverly Hills Police Department is sad to announce the passing of former Police Chief B.L Cork on March 30, 2015, in Nashville, Tennessee.
When Beverly Hills High School (Class of 2012) graduate Devi Veysey started entering films in the Campus Movie Fest while a freshman at Whittier College, she never dreamed she would be attending this year’s Cannes Film Festival in May to watch her third year entry be shown at the Cannes Short Film Corner in the South of France.
Our latest picks in the worlds of books, family fun and opportunities, including the L.A. Zoo's "Name Our 'Roo" contest and theatre, with Theatre 40's latest offering, the L.A. debut of Lisa Dillman's "American Wee-Pie."
Researchers at Children's Hospital Los Angeles' Institute for the Developing Mind say everyday pollutants in and outside the home can be bad for the environment…and bad for a baby’s brain.
The play equipment that has been so long anticipated is finally in place at Roxbury Park. The littlest residents will be breaking it in April 4!