Two local students—Hannah Kanter and Kate Froemmling— are among the 113 students named as semifinalists in The Music Center's 30th annual Spotlight program, a free nationally known scholarship and arts training program for teens.
I rarely speak from a personal point of view, as journalism calls for objectivity. And I never insert myself into a story.
Parents can get ideas on how to make their children's/teen's summer the most productive and enjoyable at the 2018 Summer Overnight Camp and Teen Program's Fair, Sunday, Feb. 4 at the Skirball Cultural Center.
The Archer School For Girls celebrated the groundbreaking of its new Academic Center. Construction began in December, and once completed the center will feature 30,000 square feet of flexible and light-filled spaces that offer a wide variety of learning opportunities both indoors and out.
With the spectacular BOLD holiday kick-off performance of Robin Thicke on Rodeo Drive Thursday, Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse has barely started spreading the joy: Sunday evening at 5 p.m. in Beverly Canon Garden she joins Dr. Deepak Chopra for the Gift of Meditation in the park, and Monday, at 8:30 a.m., Walk with the Mayor she will host special guest gubernatorial candidate and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as she walks to the Good Shepherd Church and the Dina Collection, home of Yossi Dina and Reelz' Beverly Hills Pawn, the pawnbroker to the rich and famous.
Author Jennifer Senior will discuss “All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood”—also the title of her bestseller—Nov. 15 at The Willows Community School.
Marcelino is calling to her, but Cecilia cannot be with him. Not yet. He may be handsome, but she has suffered a lot and isn't ready for a relationship.
Griffith Observatory officials Monday cautioned those planning to attend a free public viewing of next Monday's solar eclipse to prepare for "very large crowds," and to take all necessary precautions to protect their eyes from direct exposure to the sun.
Local earns Dean's Award at Colgate University, graduate from Hofstra University.
After putting planes in the sky, former Aerospace Engineer, Adam Lutz, embraces his Jewish identity as new Religious School, Lifelong Learning director at Temple Emanuel.