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Beverly Hills News – New Bel-Air Association Makes Changes As Trial Date Looms

Nearly 200 members of the Bel-Air community exercised their democratic rights in a special election on March 17, voting in a slate of nine new board members in an attempt to change the Bel-Air Association for the better.

Beverly Hills News – School Board Increases K-3 Class Sizes To Solve District Overstaffing Problem

Beverly Hills Unified School District K-3 classes will see a bump in students per class after the Board of Education on Tuesday approved raising the maximum amount of students per class to 23.

Seeing The Light

Maddie Hasson, Marc Abraham, Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen during their premiere of Sony Pictures Classics’ I Saw The Light at The Egyptian Theater.

Beverly Hills News – British Novelist Anne Perry Makes L.A. New Home

To listen to Anne Perry speak is like finding oneself inside an historical Victorian moment. Her voice, of the refined British sort, governed by her upbringing in London, is a vehicle for both sublime storytelling as well as a flurry of aphorisms on the human condition.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills School District Roundup

The Board of Education at its meeting on Tuesday tabled a discussion that would have altered Beverly Hills High School graduation requirements.

Beverly Hills News – Virginia Robinson Gardens Celebrates 28th Garden Tour Through Beverly Hills In May

Beyond the walls of some of Beverly Hills’ grandest estates, lie gardens that will take your breath away with just a glance. Whether you have an incomparable green thumb or just  enjoy being outside, the Friends of Robinson Gardens annual Garden Benefit Tour is sure to delight.

Beverly Hills News – New Bel-Air Association Makes Changes As Trial Date Looms

Nearly 200 members of the Bel-Air community exercised their democratic rights in a special election on March 17, voting in a slate of nine new board members in an attempt to change the Bel-Air Association for the better.

Beverly Hills News – School Board Increases K-3 Class Sizes To Solve District Overstaffing Problem

Beverly Hills Unified School District K-3 classes will see a bump in students per class after the Board of Education on Tuesday approved raising the maximum amount of students per class to 23.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills High School Principal Dave Jackson Signs On For One More Year

At 65 years old, Beverly Hills High School Principal David Jackson, a veteran administrator and educator, is truly a legend.

Beverly Hills News – Arline, Henry Gluck Make Major Donation To UCLA Stroke Rescue Program

Arline and Henry Gluck are making it possible for UCLA Health to implement a groundbreaking mobile stroke program. Their gift will allow the health system to buy, equip, and staff the first of a fleet of UCLA Arline and Henry Gluck Stroke Rescue mobile stroke units to improve acute stroke care in West L.A.

Seeing The Light

Maddie Hasson, Marc Abraham, Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen during their premiere of Sony Pictures Classics’ I Saw The Light at The Egyptian Theater.

George Christy Talks About Yukiyoshi Ozawa, Michelle Phillips, Frank Sinatra, The Riviera White House and More!

He flew in from Tokyo to meet with the industry insiders and for advice from CAA’s Rhys Broussard, the former assistant to the agency’s top banana Bryan Lourd.  Tall, trim and handsome, he might be a youngish Toshiro Mifune or a Ken Watanabe.

Giving Back – Residents staying at Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children enjoy a fun day of tacos, music and prizes

Residents staying at Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women and Children, a program of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, enjoy a fun day of tacos, music and prizes sponsored by Alleviate Skid Row and The Taco Guys.
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