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Beverly Hills Takes BOLD Step Forward To Support Business

PORTRAITS OF HOPE– Beverly Hills’ BOLD summer officially kicked off Wednesday evening at the Lily Pond with luminescent discs in neon colors. The project is the brainchild of public installation artist Ed Massey (pictured here with Mayor Lili Bosse). The event served as the official launch for Beverly Hills Open Later Days (BOLD). The initiative is Bosse’s effort to make Beverly Hills more of an evening destination, with businesses staying open later throughout August on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
PORTRAITS OF HOPE– Beverly Hills’ BOLD summer officially kicked off Wednesday evening at the Lily Pond with luminescent discs in neon colors. The project is the brainchild of public installation artist Ed Massey (pictured here with Mayor Lili Bosse). The event served as the official launch for Beverly Hills Open Later Days (BOLD). The initiative is Bosse’s effort to make Beverly Hills more of an evening destination, with businesses staying open later throughout August on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

Posted Thursday, August 3, 2017 – 6:35 PM

By Victoria Talbot

Beverly Hills turned out in force for the kick off celebration of Neon Nights Wednesday, an art installation by Ed Massey that transformed the famous Lily Pond into joyful, spinning, neon discs of light, glowing under black light technology and 3-D glasses for eye-popping color.

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