Three people were killed and several wounded when a gunman opened fire at a family planning center in Colorado in a standoff that dragged on for five hours Friday before he surrendered.
A Century City cosmetic dentist with celebrity clients is suing one of his former longtime hygienists and a dental competitor, alleging they are using confidential information belonging to the plaintiff to attract patients to their office.
The Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation and members of the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Baker to Vegas Relay Team would like to invite you to join in the 5th Annual Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk. This commemorates the young life of a wonderful community member that was tragically cut short by a drunk driver.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Nov. 27). Connecting with your spiritual core, which is infinite and eternal and part of everything, you release the need to prove your status. Being unworried of your standing, you are able to connect with great bounty. You’ll make decisions for love in December. February brings beauty and change to your environment. Aquarius and Scorpio adore you.
The Friends of Greystone present ‘Christmas Matters Holiday Carolers’ in two performances at the mansion, bringing the beautiful sounds of the holidays for a festive treat to ring in the holidays.
The City of Beverly Hills has taken action to help tenants and landlords solve their problems by creating the Tenant-Landlord Forum.
The Junior League of Los Angeles (JLLA) will host the 16th annual Harvest Boutique on Sunday, Dec. 6, at the JW Marriott at LA Live.
Sunday evening was all about the holiday season as the Rodeo Drive Committee and the City of Beverly Hills hosted the annual lighting ceremony.
Last week, the Board of Education learned that it was facing an added $8 million expenditure in moving foward with renovations at El Rodeo. The 20 percent total cost increase (bringing the estimate to $48 million) was met with frustration by the board, who expressed dismay at the escalation.
You have only to look at the official Beverly Hills City flag to see evidence of Les Bronte’s impact in the community. In 1980, he and his wife Isabel designed the flag after realizing that the City didn’t have one.