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L.A. Woman Hacked Paris Hilton’s Personal Accounts

A Los Angeles woman with a long criminal history of identity theft was sentenced Monday to nearly five years in federal prison for hacking hotel heiress Paris Hilton's bank and iCloud accounts, stealing $130,000 and personal photos.   2:03 pm Read More

Visiting Canadian PM Walks With Mayor Garcetti

1024x1024 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up his trip to the United States Saturday with a stop in Los Angeles, where he and Mayor Eric Garcetti spoke with reporters at Griffith Observatory and went for a morning hike at Griffith Park. 12:56 pm Read More

The Big Event – Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters Los Angeles (JBBBSLA) raised more than $400,000 on Wednesday

Pictured above, from left: event emcee and KTLA Entertainment Anchor Sam Rubin, Inspiration Award Winner Marc Mostman, Big Sister of the Year Lauren Kurzweil, Big Brother of the Year Braden Pollock and JBBBSLA CEO Randy Schwab. Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters Los Angeles (JBBBSLA) raised more than $400,000 on Wednesday at its annual Big Event at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center. Pictured above, from left: event emcee and KTLA Entertainment Anchor Sam Rubin, Inspiration Award Winner Marc Mostman, Big Sister of the Year Lauren Kurzweil, Big Brother of the Year Braden Pollock and JBBBSLA CEO Randy Schwab. 5:41 pm Read More

Women’s March – Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday

Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote Thousands of women are expected to attend a rally in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, where Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote. The event is one of hundreds that will take place across the nation for the second annual Women’s March. This year, the #metoo campaign will also be a focus of the march. Mayor Bosse will be attending the event with a contingency of several Beverly Hills residents. 5:16 pm Read More

Dessert At Home – The Peninsula Beverly Hills team visited A Place Called Home’s campus to drop off tasty treats

Peninsula Beverly Hills Executive Pastry Chef Stephanie Boswell prepping desserts. Last Friday, the pastry team from The Peninsula Beverly Hills continued its work with South Central Los Angeles-based non-profit youth center A Place Called Home. The Peninsula Beverly Hills team visited A Place Called Home’s campus to drop off tasty treats and decorate a haunted house and zombie maze. Pictured: Peninsula Beverly Hills Executive Pastry Chef Stephanie Boswell prepping desserts. 5:48 pm Read More

The Consulate General of Israel In Los Angeles Sam Gundwerg was joined Wednesday to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem

Ari Bussel, associate dean of Stephen S. Wise Temple; Simon Wiesenthal Center Rabbi Abraham Cooper; Israeli Consul General to the Western States Sam Grundwerg; and Founder/Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Rabbi Marvin Hier The Consulate General of Israel In Los Angeles Sam Gundwerg, Rabbis Marvin Hier, Yossi Cunin, Chaim Cunin, Pini Dunner and Yitzchok Adlerstein; Pastors Jim Tolle, Lorraine Coconato, Timothy Hinkle, Lupe and Lupita Navar, Stacey and Billy Ingram, State Senator Ben Allen, LA City Councilmember Paul Koretz and Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse joined Wednesday to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem. 6:01 pm Read More