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Beverly Hills News – Hotel Workers’ Union Complaint Alleges Wanda Used Foreign Money Against Hilton Initiative

Unite Here Local 11, a union representing more than 20,000 workers employed in hotels, restaurants, airports, sports arenas and convention centers throughout Southern California, has filed a Violation of Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) complaint against the local ballot measure committee, Beverly Hills Residents and Businesses to Preserve Our City No on HH, California Secretary of State ID No. 1388394. Read More

Hello, Jerry!

Jerry Seinfeld with wife Jessica drew raves during the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater. Jerry Seinfeld with wife Jessica drew raves during the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater. Read More

For The Children – Beverly Vista 8th grade parent volunteers are all smiles on Wednesday as they sell pizza and after school snacks to raise money for the 8th grade graduating class of 2017.

L-BVRents Beverly Vista 8th grade parent volunteers are all smiles on Wednesday as they sell pizza and after school snacks to raise money for the 8th grade graduating class of 2017. Pictured (from left): Lori Fienberg, Renee Solomon, Louise Mofareh, Nechelle Vanias, Linda Carolei, and Donna Alexander. (Committee members not pictured: Marni Prisand and Lori Goldsmith.) Read More

Cheers To Charlie – The City of Beverly Hills thanked Public Works Associate Project Manager Charlie Ackerman for 28 years of service Tuesday at City Council

v-Charlie-Ackerman The City of Beverly Hills thanked Public Works Associate Project Manager Charlie Ackerman for 28 years of service Tuesday at City Council. Ackerman started in 1988 as a building mechanic. He was soon promoted to maintenance supervisor before moving into project management  and eventually, associate project manager. Over the past three decades, Ackerman has worked on many capital improvement projects including Greystone Mansion and Gardens, renovations at Will Rogers Park and Arnaz Mini Park and most recently, building the beloved Beverly Hills Community Dog Park. Wishing him a happy retirement are (from left): City employees Craig Crowder, Theresa Angel, Timothea Tway, Tania Schwartz, Charlie Ackerman, Robert Badmagharian, Dennis Dalan, Ani Keshishian and Brad Meyerowitz. Read More

artSHOW – The City will hold its fall BH artSHOW on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Beverly Gardens Park

v-art-show The City will hold its fall BH artSHOW on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Beverly Gardens Park, along four blocks of Santa Monica Boulevard, from Rodeo Drive to Rexford Drive.  The Beverly Hills artSHOW, now in its 44th year, is a free event and brings art enthusiasts together from all over Southern California and beyond.  Artists come from Los Angeles, the Southwest, and the rest of the United States to showcase and sell their work in the heart of Beverly Hills. For general information about the October 2016 Beverly Hills artSHOW, visit www.beverlyhills.org/artshow or call 310- 285-6830. Read More

New Comedies With Ted Danson, Kevin James To Premiere Tonight

Comedies with familiar faces premiere tonight on CBS and NBC as the 2016-17 prime-time television season begins. "Kevin Can Wait" (8:30 p.m., CBS) marks Kevin James' return to television after a nine-season absence. James portrays a recently retired police officer whose retirement plans don't go exactly as planned.     Read More