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Beverly Hills News – Eclipse Watching at Walk With The Mayor

IMG_0044 Mayor Lili Bosse never misses a step - or a pedal - and if you followed her all weekend, you would know! Saturday evening she was interviewing people on the street on Rodeo Drive, enjoying the BOLD vibe and the crowd, when suddenly, the street closed down and a dozen models paraded down the street in couture! 8:54 pm Read More

Metro Proposes Detours, Long-Term Closures For Rodeo Station Work

Her delivery was sharp and well-rehearsed, seasoned through the long, miserable years of the 405 freeway widening Project. Kasey Shuda, wearing cobalt blue pumps paid for with your tax dollars, ground her heel into the floor at the new Roxbury Park Community Center, and raced through Metro’s traffic plans for utility relocation of Section 2 of the Purple Line Extension Wednesday. 6:20 pm Read More

artSHOW – The City will hold its fall BH artSHOW on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Beverly Gardens Park

v-art-show The City will hold its fall BH artSHOW on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Beverly Gardens Park, along four blocks of Santa Monica Boulevard, from Rodeo Drive to Rexford Drive.  The Beverly Hills artSHOW, now in its 44th year, is a free event and brings art enthusiasts together from all over Southern California and beyond.  Artists come from Los Angeles, the Southwest, and the rest of the United States to showcase and sell their work in the heart of Beverly Hills. For general information about the October 2016 Beverly Hills artSHOW, visit or call 310- 285-6830. 6:21 pm Read More

Rodeo Drive’s Bijan Sold For Record Price


Longtime Rodeo Drive staple Bijan has been sold, L.A. Business Journal and Women’s Wear Daily both reported late Thursday.  The trademark yellow by-appointment-only store sold for at least $67 million, according to the L.A. Business Journal.

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Beverly Hills News – Lintermans: Cutting Beverly Hills Hair Since 1964

Competition in the world of hairdressing is always high, but it took an unusual twist in Beverly Hills in the late 1970s.  Call it a Beverly Hills “family feud” of sorts, it was Lintermans vs. Lintermans for hairdressing supremacy. Eric Lintermans had splintered off from the family business, run by his father Aurelien Lintermans, who opened his first Beverly Hills shop on Rodeo Drive in 1964. 6:30 pm Read More