The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and the City of Beverly Hills are celebrating Small Business Saturday, a national campaign that promotes shopping small and shopping local for the holiday, by doing a very special Walk with the Mayor to visit some of Beverly Hills' businesses and to show their support, and the public is invited!
Charles Manson, the man convicted of murdering Sharon Tate and six other people in the notorious summer of 1969, has died of natural causes in a California hospital.
Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse is all about estates on this week's Walk with the Mayor: estate wines (St. Supéry) and estates at Coldwell Banker North, that is!
Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein has been ousted from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the latest fallout from a week of cascading sexual harassment and assault allegations against the co-founder of The Weinstein Company.
Months of investigations into so-called sonic attacks on American diplomats in Cuba, which have soured Washington-Havana relations for most of the past year, have turned up nothing.
Hugh M. Hefner, who founded Playboy magazine in 1953 and built the company into one of the most recognizable American global brands, died Wednesday from natural causes at his Holmby Hills home, the Playboy Mansion. He was 91.
Beverly Hills residents are invited to a brief ceremony at 5:30-6 p.m., at Fire Station No. 1 on Rexford Drive in remembrance of the 16th anniversary of the events of September 11.
A third woman came forward Tuesday to accuse Roman Polanski of sexual assault when she was a minor, four decades after he went on the run for raping another girl.
A German court on Monday handed a five-year prison term to a doctor who fled Chile after being convicted there of complicity in child sex abuse at a Nazi pedophile sect.
US President Donald Trump, under pressure to explicitly condemn a weekend rally by white supremacists that ended in bloodshed, on Monday denounced racism and slammed the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis as "repugnant."