Lifelong Beverly Hills resident Fred Nason can trace his ancestors’ arrival on the continent back to the 17th century. By 1924, all four of Fred’s grandparents were living in Beverly Hills.
At 18 years, the Milken Global Conference is clearly of age; and while the complexion of attendees may have changed from the old school boy’s club of world leaders and top investors to a younger set with more women, the theme is still the same since its eponymous founder Michael Milken launched the annual event: “The power of ideas.”
BHPD Chief David Snowden’s impending retirement on June 13 after 11 years of leading the City’s elite police force may not be quite as simple as collecting an annual six-figure pension. Snowden appears to have entered into a financial conflict of interest the moment he received his first paycheck from private security company Evidence-Based Inc. (EBI), the firm hired on Nov. 12, 2013 by the Beverly Hills Unified School District to provide a contingent of armed guards comprised primarily of retired Beverly Hills police officers.
Beverly Hills may lose its last Scout House. The cabin, located adjacent to El Rodeo School, was built by Master Architect William J, Gage and constructed by George Holstein in 1934. The Beverly Hills Rotary Club donated funds, and on April 22, Boy Scout Troop 33 took possession of the Scout House.
The City of Beverly Hills held the first of two meetings Thursday evening, specifically for the purpose of educating residents, stakeholders and interested people on the City’s upcoming labor negotiations and the current Memorandum of Understanding.
Taking the advice of Beverly Hills Unified School District General Counsel Vince Ewing and several building experts to not re-open Beverly Hills High School’s Peters Auditorium, in addition to the auditoriums at El Rodeo and Hawthorne, on Tuesday, the Board of Education voted 3-2 to keep the auditoriums closed.
These days, the average Major League Baseball player’s salary hovers just over $4 million, but life isn’t quite as easy for those in the Minor Leagues.
Aisha Tyler, Julie Chen and Melissa Rivers glamorized the Red Carpet during The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards presented by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at Warner Bros. Studios.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District honored its Apple Award winners last Thursday in a ceremony at Greystone mansion.Pictured (from left): Horace Mann Principal Steve Kessler, Horace Mann Apple awardee Mary White, Beverly Vista Principal Christian Fuhrer, BV Apple awardee Gabrielle Radonsky, BHHS Principal Carter Paysinger, BHHS Apple Awardee Tricia Fegan, El Rodeo Apple Awardee April Goldsobel, ER Principal Kevin Allen, Mayor Julian Gold, BHHS Apple awardee Elaina Reilly, BHUSD Superintendent Gary Woods, Hawthorne Principal and Apple awardee Kathy Schaeffer, Councilmember Lili Bosse, Vice Mayor John Mirisch, BHUSD Apple awardee Pam Kraushaar, Hawthorne Apple awardee Kim Timmerman, BHUSD Boardmember Howard Goldstein
Major is a ten week old, three pound puppy. His mommy was an unsprayed Maltipoo who was accidently “knocked up” by a mystery male hound. He was lucky enough to be featured in a photo-shoot by famed rescue dog photographer Diana Lundin, whose artistic photographs help ShelterHopePetShop.org animals find new homes. Those interested in adopting Major may call Shelter Hope Pet Shop at 805-379-3538.