A special Walk with the Mayor Lili Bosse Monday will kick off Celebrate Kindness Week by helping to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, offering BHUSD students Community Service credit for participating, and as a special bonus, joining this walk is NFL Hall of Fame Wide Receiver Terrell Owens!
After a long afternoon of comments and clarifications from lawyers, staff and the public, Mayor Lili Bosse threw down a gauntlet in response to a threat of litigation from Alan Hearty of the law firm Allen Matkins, representing developer Francesco Aquilini on the 1184 and 1193 Loma Linda Drive projects Monday, at the City Council Study Session.
The first major event of Hollywood's awards season will be held Sunday when the Golden Globes are presented at the Beverly Hilton, and motorists should anticipate road closures throughout the weekend near the hotel.
Real estate, development, community and health have been the hallmarks of 2017 in Beverly Hills.
Walk with the Mayor will have its final walk for the year on Monday, visiting Cheryl Saban Designs, Paradigm Talent Agency and Platinum Equity, with a sneak peek at the offerings at 260 LA, a very New York City pop-up that has just expanded to the West Coast, featuring premier sample sales.
Mayor Lili Bosse hosted alternative health expert Dr. Deepak Chopra for A Gift of Meditation at Beverly Canon Gardens last Sunday. Part of her BOLD Healthy City initiative, Chopra led over 1,000 people in a moonlit meditation to clear the mind of holiday stress. The group mindfulness was further enhanced by the City’s beautiful holiday lighting punctuating the park.
In a press release sent just minutes before the Courier’s deadline, the City of Beverly Hills announced the Lily Pond will be closed for at least a month, beginning Monday.
The Beverly Hills City Council approved the consent calendar on Tuesday’s agenda unanimously without pulling any items, including Item 7, which moves the date of the City’s General Municipal Election to award this council one extra year in office to comply with Senate Bill 415 (SB415).
Sweet Beverly and Cravings owner Gabriel Frem helps Mayor Lili Bosse blow out the candles on her birthday cake Monday. Frem provided about 300 partygoers, who joined Bosse to Walk With The Mayor, with pastries, coffee, juice and a wide array of party favors. Upon arriving, walkers were greeted with music from a DJ and dancers who led a conga line through Beverly Canon Gardens. Balloons graced the nearby buildings and flowers were in Beverly Canon Gardens fountain.
Unbeknownst to most of the City’s voters, the Beverly Hills City Council members, led by Mayor Lili Bosse, including Vice Mayor Julian Gold and Councilmembers Lester Friedman, John Mirisch and Robert Wunderlich, unanimously voted to give themselves an extra year in office Tuesday afternoon.