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Uplifting And Unfolding Art – The Beverly Hills City Council and the Fine Arts Commission joined Mark and Cathy Louchheim to dedicate Folded Square – Alphabet G

The Beverly Hills City Council and the Fine Arts Commission joined Mark and Cathy Louchheim to dedicate Folded Square – Alphabet G, a sculpture by Fletcher Benton, to its public art collection The Beverly Hills City Council and the Fine Arts Commission joined Mark and Cathy Louchheim to dedicate Folded Square – Alphabet G, a sculpture by Fletcher Benton, to its public art collection. The Louchheim’s graciously donated the piece, which is located inside the Burton Way Median at Rexford Drive. “We are very, very fortunate to receive this donation and to add another Fletcher Benton piece to our collection,” said Mayor Julian Gold. The second Benton sculpture can be found in Maltz Park at Sunset Boulevard and Whittier Drive. Fine Art Commission Chair Zale Richard Rubins said,”Art enhances the everyday experiences... In building a world-class public art collection by adding pieces like Folded Square - Alphabet G, our hope is that people will be surprised, delighted, intrigued and inspired by what they see.” Pictured (from left): Councilmember Robert Wunderlich, Vice Mayor John Mirisch, Mayor Julian Gold, Mark and Cathy Louchheim, Councilmember Lili Bosse, Councilmember Lester Friedman, Fine Art Chair Zale Richard Rubins, Fine Art Vice Chair Stephanie Vahn, Fine Art Commissioner Michael Smooke, Fine Art Commissioner Alan Kaye. Read More

Where to See Fireworks in Los Angeles!

shutterstock_112578440 Fireworks displays marking the 242nd anniversary of the nation's independence will be held throughout Los Angeles County Wednesday night, including what organizers are billing as the county's largest July Fourth event, the Grand Park + The Music Center's 4th of July Block Party. Read More

Reality TV Star Farrah Abraham Says She Was ‘Targeted’ By The Beverly Hills Hotel

Reality TV star Farrah Abraham, 27, best known for her role as “Teen Mom,” called herself a “public punching bag” in a Twitter post response to her arrest Tuesday evening at The Beverly Hills Hotel. “The hotel truly allowed misconduct by staff to a paying guest. There’s no need for me or anyone else to be treated this way. The Beverly Hills Police officers should stop having power trips and lying and selling stories to TMZ.” Abraham said she was “targeted” by the hotel, where she was a guest. Read More