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2015 Will Rogers Awards
The Beverly Hills Montage Hotel was the setting for a perfect celebration of the inaugural Will Rogers Awards. Residents enjoyed Dave Koz, Master of Ceremonies and an event that held all the excitement of an Academy Awards night. For the list of winners, please turn to page 12. Proceeds from the gala will benefit the ongoing restoration of the City’s most iconic Beverly Gardens Park, gracing Santa Monica Boulevard for over 100 years, through the Beverly Hills Community Charitable Foundation and the Friends of Beverly Gardens Park.
Steve Gordon, Laurie Davis Gray and Rivka and Larry Field
Offer Nissenbaum, Chief Ralph Mundell and Mark Rios
Jeff and Lori Hyland
Adam Nathanson and Mark Selwyn
Mayor Julian Gold and Jennifer Etcheverry-Rogers
Giacomino Drago, Gaby Reims Alexander and Jerome Kerr-Jarrett
Michael and Shahla Pashaie, Judy and Hank Fenenbock and Hamid Gabbay
Christian Navarro accepts his award
Jon and Lili Bosse
Beverly Hills High School KBEV students conducted red carpet interviews. Pictured, from left: Maxwell Bell, photographer; Ben Cohan, interviewer; Amir-e Mow, producer; Molly Hersh, Interviewer; and Noah Danesh, director/camera.
The sun-drenched, rain-washed streets of the City of Beverly Hills join with Mayor Lili Bosse Monday to invite the community to Walk with the Mayor to visit some outstanding culinary treasures just in time for a healthy breakfast – Israeli-style – and some of the smoothest coffee in town. This week, Walk with the Mayor will visit Aharon Coffee and Tarte Tatin Bakery & Cafe.
Taking a nod from El Rodeo, which launched Beverly Hills Unified School District’s first annual “Fun Run” a few years ago, Hawthorne held its own Fun Run this past week, “Running With The Viking,” raising over $40,000. Pictured: Hawthorne students and parents enjoy Multicultural Day.
When Kalman Aron first started drawing at age three in his Latvian hometown of Riga, he never dreamed that his particular art skill would enable him to survive another nine decades in a very hectic life.
On the heels of yet another school shooting this week – a tragic national trend that shows no signs of abating – on Wednesday evening Beverly Hills High School Principal Mark Mead emailed BHHS students, families and staff alerting them to forthcoming security changes at the school.