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Can We Have Peaceful Family Holidays?; Bullying Can Lead To Tics

Dr. Fran Walfish Answers Your Questions

CHLA Names New Head For Its Center For Cancer, Blood Diseases

After serving 14 years as clinical director of the Pediatric Oncology Branch of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), internationally renowned pediatric hematologist-oncologist, Dr. Alan S.


El Rodeo students showcased their talents at the recent Variety Show put on by the El Rodeo PTA

Volleyball Champs

The BHHS boys varsity volleyball team competed in the Laguna Blanca Invitational and won 10 straight games to win the tournament



U.S. Court rules Yulia Tymoshenko’s claims lack credibility, not founded on facts

Earlier this week, U.S. District Court Judge Kimba Wood dismissed a case in the U.S. initiated by Yulia Tymoshenko with a strong opinion that cited a clear lack of facts to support her claims

Come listen all! National Portrait Gallery to host poetry reading

Mirisch, Bosse, Krasne Call For City Hall Reform And Transparency At Beverly Hills City Council Installation

NEW LEADERSHIP—John Mirisch, Lili Bosse and Nancy Krasne were sworn in on the 2013 Beverly Hills City Council on Wednesday

A Family Affair

Rene Barbera stars as Don Ramiro (the Prince) and Kate Lindsey as Angelina (his Cinderella) in the L.A. Opera’s magical production of the beloved Rossini opera, Cinderella (La Cenerentola)

Antonovich, Poitier, Pregerson, Yaroslavsky Swear In Beverly Hills City Councilmembers

Mayor John Mirisch may have his hands full helping defend Beverly Hills High School against Metro’s tunneling, but after Wednesday night it’s clear he has a very important ally in his corner.
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