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Beverly Hills 2014 – The Year In Pictures
Hundreds, including the BHHS Marching Band, packed into the Saban Theatre to rock out to the Centennial Sing-Along Concert
Ferris wheels lined Rodeo Drive for the Beverly Hills Centennial Block Party
Yum! Did you get to taste the delicious cake that was rolled out to celebrate the City’s Centennial, generously provided by the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel and Guittard Chocolate?
Centenarians Walter Freedman, Charlotte Rubin, Elly Newman and Mary Goldberg, were honored for their Centennials by the City Council.
The City lit up for the Rodeo Drive Holiday Lighting Ceremony
The long-debated Kobor project finally received approvals for medical use, a luxury auto showroom and a restaurant amid debate.
Iconic restaurant Kate Mantilini closed its doors last year but this year, may be landmarked.
The One Book, One City author event was a phenomenon far exceeding expectations. Beverly Hills High School hosted. Right - left, Human Relations Commissioners Ori Blumenfield, and Sonia Berman, Mayor Lili Bosse, author of The Boys in the Boat Daniel James Brown, Human Relations Commission Chair Rochelle Ginsburg and Human Relations Commissioner Jerald Friedman
The Centennial Rose Dedication was at Will Rogers Park. Left-right, President of the American Rose Society Jolene Adams joins Vice Mayor Julian Gold, Mayor Lili Bosse and Councilman John Mirisch
After years of planning and community debate, Roxbury Park finally opened the doors to its newly-renovated community center. Classes are still available for kids winter session! Visit www.beverlyhills.org/bhreg or call 310-285-6850
Sunday was the Day of Reckoning for pie bakers in Beverly Hills, who brought their precious pastries to participate in Piesta at the Farmers’ Market. It was a solemn event, with judges carefully considering the delectable delights.
Griffith Observatory officials Monday cautioned those planning to attend a free public viewing of next Monday’s solar eclipse to prepare for “very large crowds,” and to take all necessary precautions to protect their eyes from direct exposure to the sun.
Singer-songwriter Annette Conlon brings her socially conscious Americana music to the Sound Majesty Summer Blood Bash and Mini Music Fest Tuesday at the Vampire Lounge & Tasting Room. The Cedars-Sinai bloodmobile will also be on hand.
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.