Movie Nights at Beverly Canon Gardens continues its series with I Wanna Hold Your Hand Sunday evening. The movie is set in 1964 and the Beatles, already hugely popular after their performance on the Ed Sullivan Show, have girls fainting over them and crowds wherever they go.
The popular “Walk with the Mayor” with Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse walked to Beverly Canon Gardens, stopping at the Montage Hotel for a bite to eat and to receive a check from Whole Foods for the restoration of the Electric Fountain in Beverly Gardens Park.
In anticipation of Mark Tronstein taking the reigns of the Rodeo Drive Committee, which his father helped co-found, The Beverly Hills Courier caught up with Tronstein over coffee from Bouchon Bakery at the Beverly Canon Gardens, across the street from where he oversees the real estate activities at Andell Holdings.
By Laura Coleman What do Valentino, Versace and Gucci have in common? In addition to drawing millions of visitors to Rodeo Drive, they’re among a bevy of Italian brands the Italian Consultate will celebrate next Saturday (Sept. 7) in Beverly Canon Gardens starting at 7:30 at “Under the Stars.” For full story see the print […]
Courier Photo by Laura Coleman.
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