Serving Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Holmby, Century City, Trousdale, Brentwood, Westwood
Beverly Hills Courier Photo Slideshows
Donors Light Electric Fountain At Selwyn Gallery
On Saturday, more than 300 of Beverly Hills’ most prominent art lovers attended a benefit at the new Marc Selwyn Fine Art Gallery in Beverly Hills. The benefit was to raise funds for the Friends of Beverly Gardens Park for the restoration of the Electric Fountain at Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards. The restoration effort still needs at least $200,000 to complete the project.
Jim Jahant & Mitch Dawson
Charlotte & Cecile Feitshans
Ronnie Kassorla, Fred Hahnfeldt & Jackie Kassorla
Martin Cooper, Shelly Cooper, Laurie Gray & Steve Gordon
Julian Gold & Marcia Hobbs
Jon Paul Pino
Rose Norton & Phil Savenick
Murray & Bunni Fischer
Marty Geimer, Roberta Haft & Howard Rosoff
Mayor Lili Bosse & Eliot Finkel
Marc Selwyn, Mark Rosenthal, Marc Saleh & Gil Garcetti
Terry Greene, Linda Brown, Elan Carr, Alma Ordaz, Lori Gordon & Ed Brown
Marcus Mueller & Sally Camacho Mueller
Colleen Coffey Shanks, Lori Sands Wagner, Zach Wagner, Rebecca Murga & Marie Weiss
Zale Richard Rubins & Robbie Anderson
Franny Rennie, Gaby Alexander, Steve Gordon and Deborah Frank
Walk with the Mayor, part of Mayor Lili Bosse’s #BHHealthyCity initiative, continues testing the virtues of great coffee Monday morning with a visit to La Colombe Coffee, and supporting the businesses that support the residents, including historic Pioneer Hardware and the Beverly Hills Market!
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.
“Filming the Camps: John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens, From Hollywood to Nuremberg,” exhibit at LAMOTH documents the famed Hollywood directors’ work filming the realities of war and the liberation of Nazi concentration camps.
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.