Beverly Hills students looking to make a difference in their community’s public education are encouraged to join Teen Beverly Hills Education Foundation (BHEF), which is now accepting applications through Sept. 8.
Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year as part of the school’s WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) peer mentoring program. Top row (from left): Marissa Terranova (teacher), Evan Shaham, Edward Kim, Dylan Van Rossum, Jonathan Saboorian, Natasha Jadidolahi, Rena Nassirzadeh and Marissa Long (teacher). Bottom row, from left: Jacqueline Cohen, Alexandra Bakshian, Nikki Bennett, Ben Padilla, Julia Tabatabai and Taylor Rubin.
One of the first questions you're likely to be asked Wednesday will be "did you feel it?" -- a magnitude-4.4 earthquake that struck north of La Verne.
The death of senator John McCain has left his Republican party ever more firmly in the hands of Donald Trump, without a voice willing to challenge the president's most extreme statements and policies.
Tesla's board of directors said Wednesday it will evaluate chief executive Elon Musk's proposal to take the electric car maker private.
On Sunday, The Beverly Hills Public Library will present Jill Demby Guest's documentary, "And Now Love," on the life and career of Dr. Bernard Bail, WW II hero and pioneer of the “mother’s imprint,” a psychological theory that advocates for the equality of women and strikes at the root of all mental illness.