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Candidates Turn It Up In Iowa For Final Weekend

Democracy is a contact sport. US presidential candidates know that all too well and are deploying all their efforts to reach voters on the eve of Monday's caucuses in Iowa that kick off the presidential nomination contest.

Chef of ‘World’s Best’ Restaurant Dead of Apparent Suicide

 Top French-Swiss chef Benoit Violier of Switzerland's renowned three-star Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville, was found dead at his home on Sunday in an apparent suicide, police said.

Beverly Hills News – Chamber Urges Members to Attend Council Meeting on Minimum Wage

The Beverly Hills City Council will be discussing whether the City will adopt a new minimum wage within the City. The discussion will take place in Council Chambers Tuesday afternoon during the City Council Study Session. The following email was sent out to Beverly Hills Chamber Members from Andy Sywak, director of legislative affairs for the Chamber:

Beverly Hills News – City to Consider Funding a Second Station at Wilshire-Rodeo Metro Link

The City of Beverly Hills working group to evaluate a proposal to create a second portal on the other side of the street for the Wilshire/Rodeo Metro station will present their preliminary report on the project Tuesday.

Beverly Hills News – Townscape Partners Proposes Five-Star Hotel Next to Dog Park

Townscape Partners wants to build up the entire entertainment district to support a 5-star hotel designed by Frank Gehry on two City-owned sites.

Petition Calls For Greek Islanders To Receive Nobel Peace Prize

 More than half a million people have put their names to an online petition calling for Greek islanders on the frontline of Europe's migrant crisis to be awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.

Candidates Turn It Up In Iowa For Final Weekend

Democracy is a contact sport. US presidential candidates know that all too well and are deploying all their efforts to reach voters on the eve of Monday's caucuses in Iowa that kick off the presidential nomination contest.

Chef of ‘World’s Best’ Restaurant Dead of Apparent Suicide

 Top French-Swiss chef Benoit Violier of Switzerland's renowned three-star Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville, was found dead at his home on Sunday in an apparent suicide, police said.

Black Sabbath Postpones Two Shows When Ozzy Osbourne Falls Ill

Heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath have postponed two shows on what they say will be their final tour after frontman Ozzy Osbourne fell ill.

Beverly Hills News -Winds of 56 MPH Clocked in Beverly Hills

A squall line with the possibility of generating a "small, brief tornado" moved through the San Fernando Valley and western L.A. County mountains today.

Beverly Hills News – Chamber Urges Members to Attend Council Meeting on Minimum Wage

The Beverly Hills City Council will be discussing whether the City will adopt a new minimum wage within the City. The discussion will take place in Council Chambers Tuesday afternoon during the City Council Study Session. The following email was sent out to Beverly Hills Chamber Members from Andy Sywak, director of legislative affairs for the Chamber:

Health & Beauty— Innovative Researched Medical & Beauty Treatments At Infusio

After more than 20 years as a doctor in Frankfurt, Germany, Philip Battiade made a name for himself treating, cancer, lyme and other chronic disease. Now, his Infusio European Medical Center offers intregrative, medical and anti-aging treatments.

UCLA Survey: Most Young People Experiencing Signs Of Stroke Put Off Going To The E.R.

The period of time up to three hours after a person experiences the first symptom of a stroke is  the time doctors say is crucial for patients to receive medical care. A national survey by Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center shows that younger patients, those under 45, may underestimate the urgency of stroke symptoms. Most say they would likely delay going to the hospital for help.
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