Theirs is the kind of love story you read about every so often that makes you smile, especially when you find out that longtime Beverly Hills residents Sandra (Sandy) and Stuart (Stu) Newmark grew up within a few blocks of each other but never met until they were in their 20s.
That she is Jack Benny’s daughter is very much secondary to this week’s Beverly Hills Elder Joan Benny, a truly independent woman with an indefatigable zest for life and a passion for the arts.
Johnny Weissmuller was said to walk the grounds of this retirement home letting out his trademark Tarzan yell.
Longtime Beverly Hills resident Renny Darling Klein knows better than most just how powerful the effects of a truly good meal can be for people. Indeed, her first cookbook, The Joy Of Eating, has sold in excess of 1.2 million copies and elicited thousands of letters from grateful fans who have told her just how transformative the recipes have been for their lives.
If walls could talk, Terri Frank’s Beverly Hills home would surely impart quite the tale. Originally built in 1927, Terri’s insists that her Beverly Hills home has been trying to communicate since she and her family moved in 54 years ago.
Barbara and Martin Schechter moved to Beverly Hills half a century ago, taking up residence in a beautiful home that had once been featured in Architectural Digest.
At 88 years young, Beverly Hills resident Madeline Cross said she has two clear lifelong passions that she got from her grandparents: her love of cats and opera.
At 104 years old, Julius Rothschild has an enviable longterm memory that makes him not unlike a living history book.
A Beverly Hills resident for over half a century, June Faibish Claman knows what it means to come from nothing.
You have only to look at the official Beverly Hills City flag to see evidence of Les Bronte’s impact in the community. In 1980, he and his wife Isabel designed the flag after realizing that the City didn’t have one.