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‘Hidden Figures’ Wins Big At SAG Awards

"La La Land" may be the top Oscar contender, but "Hidden Figures" -- the story of three black women who overcome 1960s racial divides to play a critical scientific role in launching the nation's space program -- has more momentum Monday after claiming the top prize at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.  

Airport Protests Continue After Trump Immigration Ban

Cultural organizations, including a museum in Los Angeles, and concert promoters are expressing fears that projects involving the Middle East will have to be curtailed or scrapped in the aftermath of President Donald Trump's executive order regarding visits by Muslims.  

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—‘One Night Only’ Celebrates Jerry Herman, Supports Jewish Family Service

"One Night Only," produced by Michael Childers and directed by Jason Graae, will feature hits from Jerry Herman musicals ranging from "Hello, Dolly!" to "La Cage Aux Folles" performed by Broadway and Hollywood stars. Plus Gael Garcia Bernal and Isabelle Huppert win at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Beverly Hills News – Human Relations Commission to Hold First Landlord-Tenant Forum

The City of Beverly Hills has announced that they will be holding the first landlord-tenant forum to discuss details of the new Urgency Ordinance. The ordinance was voted into law last Tuesday at City Council in a meeting that ran until 1:30 a.m. in a 5-0 vote. 

Beverly Hills News – Former Courier Columnist, Actress Selene Walters Lamm Dead At 92

Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at Forest Lawn Glendale for Selene Walters Lamm who died in her longtime Beverly Hills home at age 92.

Netanyahu Denounces Iran Missle Test Ahead Of Trump Meeting

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran on Monday of launching a ballistic missile in what he said constitutes a "flagrant violation" of a UN Security Council resolution.  

‘Hidden Figures’ Wins Big At SAG Awards

"La La Land" may be the top Oscar contender, but "Hidden Figures" -- the story of three black women who overcome 1960s racial divides to play a critical scientific role in launching the nation's space program -- has more momentum Monday after claiming the top prize at the 23rd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.  

Airport Protests Continue After Trump Immigration Ban

Cultural organizations, including a museum in Los Angeles, and concert promoters are expressing fears that projects involving the Middle East will have to be curtailed or scrapped in the aftermath of President Donald Trump's executive order regarding visits by Muslims.  

Film Review—What’s ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Supposed To Make Us Feel (And Think)?

If there's one thing that makes people cry, it's animal stories. While nothing in the film can actually get the waterworks going, there are plenty of moments where audiences will genuinely feel for the dog Bailey and his struggles.

Summer Opportunities Fair Is Chance To Find That Perfect Experience For Children

The Summer Opportunities Fair, Sunday, Feb. 5 at the Skirball Cultural Center, is the chance to find the perfect experience for any child from traditional and specialty camps to student travel and language immersion, from sports and cultural exploration to STEM programs and from outdoor adventure programs to community service across the globe.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup—‘One Night Only’ Celebrates Jerry Herman, Supports Jewish Family Service

"One Night Only," produced by Michael Childers and directed by Jason Graae, will feature hits from Jerry Herman musicals ranging from "Hello, Dolly!" to "La Cage Aux Folles" performed by Broadway and Hollywood stars. Plus Gael Garcia Bernal and Isabelle Huppert win at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Trump, Nieto Agree To Quiet Public Comments About Mexican Border Wall

The Mexican government said Friday that President Enrique Pena Nieto and Donald Trump had agreed to stop making public statements about the US leader's border wall plan and will seek to resolve differences as part of bilateral talks.  

Three Beverly Hills Hotels Earn AAA Five-Diamond Rating

Three Beverly Hills hotels, and one restaurant, earned the AAA's coveted Five-Diamond rating, the Automobile Club of Southern California announced Friday.  
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