Founded in 1948 by visionary Rabbi Dr. Simon A. Dolgin, zt’l., Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy currently serves approximately 600 students from early childhood to eighth grade. In 2003, Rabbi Y. Boruch Sufrin took the position as head of school.
Beverly Hills will showoff to more than one billion sets of eyes tomorrow when the City’s first Rose Parade entry since 1987 rolls through the streets of Pasadena and onto television around the world.
Fox adapted Jonathan Swift’s popular novel, Gulliver’s Travels, starring Jack Black, which premiered at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Former Beverly Hills Unified School District Facilities Director Karen Christiansen had mounds of debt, pending financial disputes with other state school districts and an active bankruptcy when hired in 2004, court papers show.
A doctor with ties to Beverly Hills is being sued for the alleged wrongful death of a woman who died after undergoing a lengthy overnight plastic surgery.
An “extremely drunk” man allegedly sucker punched NBC4 reporter Robert Kovacik in the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel as he attempted to defend a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star in the early morning hours of Christmas Eve.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib welcomed TCU Horned Frogs and Wisconsin Badgers who feasted on prime rib Monday and Tuesday evenings respectively as part of the 55th annual Beef Bowl.
East West Bancorp, Inc., parent company of East West Bank with offices in Beverly Hills and Century City, has fully repaid the $306.5 million of preferred stock issued to the U.S. Treasury Department under the TARP Capital Purchase Program.