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Beverly Hills News – Pearl Harbor Vets To Get Sendoff for Historic Revisit

Thirty heroes will be honored Friday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel as they make their way over to Hawaii to commemorate the events that occurred on Dec. 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor.

Beverly Hills News – Chief Rabbi of Moscow to Speak on the Future of European Jews Thursday Evening

Will the Trump victory empower the radical right in Europe and the lives of the Jews of Europe?

Beverly Hills News – Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk is Sunday

Members of the Beverly Hills Police Department's Baker to Vegas Relay Team and the Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation extend an invitation to all to join them Sunday in the 6th annual Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

Rep. Linda Sanchez Becomes First Latina in Congressional Leadership

Rep. Linda Sanchez, whose 38th Congressional District includes large parts of southeastern Los Angeles County, became the first Latina to achieve a congressional leadership position Wednesday when her colleagues narrowly voted to make her vice chair of the House Democratic Caucus.

Beverly Hills News – BHPL Presents “The Desert of Forbidden Art” with Filmmaker Amanda Pope

The Beverly Hills Public Library presents The Desert of Forbidden Art, a film by Amanda Pope that documents the amazing true story of Soviet art, hidden from censors for decades in a remote desert in Uzbekistan.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Town Hall Meeting on Crime Prevention Wednesday

The community is invited to a Beverly Hills Police Department town hall meeting to discuss crime prevention and the prevention of residential burglaries.

Beverly Hills News – Pearl Harbor Vets To Get Sendoff for Historic Revisit

Thirty heroes will be honored Friday at the Beverly Hilton Hotel as they make their way over to Hawaii to commemorate the events that occurred on Dec. 7, 1941 at Pearl Harbor.

Beverly Hills News – Chief Rabbi of Moscow to Speak on the Future of European Jews Thursday Evening

Will the Trump victory empower the radical right in Europe and the lives of the Jews of Europe?

Robert Allen Ackerman’s “Blood” Tackles Scandal That Brought AIDS To Japan

Director Robert Allan Ackerman dramatizes the "Japanese Tainted Blood Scandal" in a "theatrical opus" that uses Asian theater traditions and Western elements including KISS makeup, rap and  Gilbert & Sullivan—playing through Dec. 18 at The Complex in Hollywood.

This Holiday Season, Give Back to the Shelter Pets!

This year, give the gift of second chances. These babies are but a few of the many wonderful pets awaiting a forever-home at the shelters. Why not adopt a pet, foster a pet, volunteer or donate to the shelter or rescue this year? These pets are at the West Los Angeles Animal Shelter at 11361 West Pico Blvd. LA CA 90064. Call them at 888-452-7381 or visit their website at www.laanimalservices.com.

Beverly Hills News – Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk is Sunday

Members of the Beverly Hills Police Department's Baker to Vegas Relay Team and the Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation extend an invitation to all to join them Sunday in the 6th annual Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

Beverly Hills News – Deck the Halls Sunday with the Third Annual Holiday Concert in the Park

Everyone is invited to join in the holiday cheer Sunday and raise their voices with the songs of the season at Beverly Gardens Park. 

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Taking The Stairs And Decorating Them

Frosted garland, silver metallic garland, copper glittered pine-cones, gorgeous sage with gold accented fabric, snowflakes, mother-of-pearl ornaments and moe help put a staircase in a festive holiday mood.
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