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Searches Seek Survivors Amidst Rain and Tons of Rubble in Genoa Bridge Collapse

Among giant slabs of the collapsed concrete bridge which once stretched above them, hundreds of Italian rescuers pull apart debris in search of survivors.

Billion-Dollar Property Hits The Market In Beverly Hills

A sweeping 157-acre property on a summit above Beverly Hills is hitting the market with the L.A. area's first-ever 10-figure asking price: $1 billion, it was reported Monday.

Residents Galvanize To Oppose Benedict Canyon Hotel Project

With lightning speed, residents have galvanized to oppose a proposed 99-room hotel and residential development in the heart of Benedict Canyon. In only 48 hours, say residents, they have generated over 400 emails to the office of Los Angeles City Council member Paul Koretz to ask for his help and support to oppose the project.

Bel Air Residents Sue Hadid, City Of Los Angeles, Demand Demolition Of Megamansion

Bel Air residents are ramping up the pressure in their fight against the oversized 901 Strada Vecchia megamansion, filing a lawsuit Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court against both the project’s developer Mohamed Hadid and the City of Los Angeles, demanding the demolition of the massive structure and a restoration of the unstable Bel Air hillside.

Beverly Hills News -Branden Williams Still Enmeshed in Effort to Kill Basement Ordinance Despite Statements, Letters, Promises

Realtor Branden Williams is still the man behind the signature-gathering effort for a referendum to repeal the Basement Ordinance, despite a purported apology and resignation letter sent to the Courier by Hilton & Hyland only minutes before this paper went to press last week.

Branden Williams Still Enmeshed In Effort To Kill Basement Ordinance Despite Statements, Letters, Promises

Wolfgang Puck, Top Local Chefs Come Together In Bel-Air For Disaster Relief

Wolfgang Puck and several top local chefs are cooking up something special next month to benefit those affected by the earthquake in Mexico, as well as hurricanes Irma and Maria.  

Beverly Hills News – Hugh Hefner, Founder of Playboy Magazine, Dead at 91

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 News – Mayor is Walking to Mainland Poke, Douglas Elliman

Every Monday morning is fun with Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse, starting the week with a walk among friends and neighbors through the community, visiting with the Mayor, City staff and connecting to businesses and iconic locations. "Monday is my favorite day," says Mayor Bosse, and she really means it! Just meet up at 8:30 a.m. at the Crescent steps of City Hall with about 200 fellow walkers to Walk with the Mayor, Bosse's signature event for her #BHHealthyCity initiative, and join the fun!

At Least 49 Killed in Powerful 7.1 Mexico Quake

At least 49 people were killed when a powerful, 7.1-magnitude quake hit Mexico on Tuesday, authorities said.

The Rise Of The Citizen Activist – Part 5: Crest Real Estate

Crest Real Estate burst on the scene as the housing boom escalated. The very young company president and founder Jason Somers seemed a poor fit for the type of sophisticated, wealthy clients he typically represents.  

The Rise Of The Citizen Activist, Part 4: The Bird Streets

The “Bird Streets” have become a developer’s paradise. Realtors look for adjacent lots where developers can cut away the land to make massive mega-mansions on streets sometimes only 14 feet wide.

The Rise of the Citizen Activist, Part 3: Sharing and Daring

The Rise of Citizen Activism: Part 2, Bel-Air Residents Fight Back, Form New Bel-Air Association

It was mayhem in Bel-Air in the fall of 2014. And it was dangerous. Tractor trailers were careening through the steep winding streets, ignoring stop signs and sideswiping cars. Queues of dump trucks lined the streets, 40-deep on Stone Canyon, blocking residential traffic. Neighbors were going toe-to-toe with developers on their doorsteps, being ignored, insulted and sometimes, threatened. 

The Rise of The Citizen Activist In Mega-Mansion Development: Part 1

The Los Angeles landscape has undergone many shifts from its early beginnings, from oil wells to luxury hotels, railroads to automobiles. In the early Twentieth Century, hunting cabins dotted the canyons, and the orange groves spread through the valley.

Beverly Hills News – Walk With The Mayor To Visit Motion Picture Library, La Cienega Park

This week, Walk with the Mayor participants will enjoy a truly rare treat, spanning the scope of Beverly Hills' illustrious history with the film community and touring one of the great jewels in the City's park system. This week, Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will lead the group to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Margaret Herrick Library and nearby, La Cienega Park!
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