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Rec & Parks Commission To Hold Special Meeting On La Cienega Park Project

The Recreation and Parks Commission will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 20, from 9-11 a.m. at City Hall’s room 280A to discuss the La Cienega Park Project.

YouTuber Shot By Guard, Wounded Outside Fairfax Synagogue

A YouTube personality was wounded Thursday afternoon while recording video outside a synagogue and Jewish high school in the Fairfax district and a security guard was detained for questioning.

School Board Wrestles With Semantics Over Education

Despite assurances to the school community last week by Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy that interested parties would be kept apprised of the process to reconfigure the century-old school district to include a dedicated middle school, it appears that proposed changes are happening too quickly to adequately keep the community informed.

City Council Sends RSO To Commission For Next Steps

After three and a half hours of public comment and council debate on the draft Rent Stabilization Ordinance, a frustrated Mayor Julian Gold turned to his fellow councilmembers and asked if they would agree to “take it offline.”

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

Jeff Bezos To Be Honored In Beverly Hills By Aviation Group

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will be honored in Beverly Hills Friday evening by an aviation group for advancing the principles of freedom in his many business and personal endeavors, organizers said.

Google Leases Former Westside Pavilion Site

Google Inc. has leased the entirety of the One Westside redevelopment, a planned office campus that was formerly part of the Westside Pavilion shopping mall in West Los Angeles, company officials announced Tuesday.

LAUSD Teachers, District Return to Bargaining as Strike Looms

Disastrous Third Quarter Costs Rams in Loss to Eagles

The Los Angeles Rams allowed the first 17 points of the second half in a 30-23 loss to the injury-depleted Philadelphia Eagles Sunday evening at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, their first back-to-back regular- season losses in Sean McVay's two seasons as coach.

Christmas Dining In Beverly Hills: Where To Eat On Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

Looking for Christmas dining plans? Look no further - here are some great options to eat locally in Beverly Hills this holiday season.

Inside Trousdale Ventures, A VC Firm With A Vested Interest In Championing Positive Social Change

L.A. County Unveils Plan to End Polling Places in 2020 Elections

1258-60 Lago Vista Property Sold To Parents Of ‘American Idol’ Finalist

A property that garnered the angst of residents who opposed the megamansion development has been sold to the parents of American Idol finalist Sonika Vaid.

In Stunning Upset, Alex Villanueva Defeats Incumbent McDonnell In Sheriff’s Race

The race for Los Angeles County sheriff finally ended Monday, with incumbent Jim McDonnell conceding defeat after updated election results showed retired sheriff's Lt. Alex Villanueva with a 125,878- vote lead, with only 100,000 ballots left to be counted.

The Disgusting Food Museum Comes To Los Angeles

The Disgusting Food Museum, featuring the most provocative foods from around the world, is opening its doors in Los Angeles for visitors to see, smell, and even taste international foods.

E. Coli Lettuce Outbreak Traced To California

An outbreak of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce appears to have been traced to crops in California, the US food authority said Monday. 
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