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Beverly Hills News – Westboro Baptist Church Plans To Protest At BHHS

Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, KS is now planning to do a little hate-mongering protest outside Beverly Hills High School this afternoon after 2 p.m. after plans for this morning's picket were derailed due to traffic, BHUSD Superintendent Gary Woods said. Police officers from Beverly Hills and Culver City were at the high school this morning in anticipation of the picket. 4:47 pm Read More


TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Feb. 13). You believe in family and in sacrificing for love, and that's the reason for the beautiful event that happens in March. March also brings financial luck. April begins a study that will go on for many years. Practical wisdom will win over fancy titles in June, and you'll be promoted. Domestic upgrades are worth the cost. Capricorn and Virgo people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 1, 22, 37 and 18. 6:50 pm Read More

George Christy Talks About The Ghosts Of Versaille, L.A. Opera, Marc Stern and More!

L.A. Opera Music Director James Conlon and President Christopher Koelsch flank The Ghosts of Versailles’ mezzo-soprano Patti LuPone and soprano Patricia Racette after the premiere of John Corigliano’s “Grand Opera Buffa” at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion “Have you heard about the 48 hour rule … or haven’t you?” asked Marc Stern, chairman of the LA Opera Board.   “You wait 48 hours before asking for another donation.”   Marc and wife Eva are tireless fundraisers for the Opera, and had returned the day prior from a holiday in the Cook Islands.  The Sterns keep our opera company alive, along with philanthropists Bernie Greenberg, Carol and Warner Henry, Milan Panic, Marilyn Ziering, Sebastian Paul Musco, Marvin Shapiro. 4:59 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo Will Not Implement School Uniforms, Despite Principal’s Wishes

El Rodeo students model proposed school uniforms The Beverly Hills Board of Education shot down a proposal by El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen to adopt a policy requiring the school's K-8 students to adhere to a specific uniform policy of khakis, spirit wear and shirts in navy, red and white. In order to adopt the policy for El Rodeo, the board would have needed to vote to change the current dress code for all five Beverly Hills public schools. 4:10 pm Read More