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Comedy Legend Jack Carter Dies

Jack Carter, whose acclaimed work as a comedy legend spanned seven decades, died Sunday of respiratory failure in his Beverly Hills home at age 93.  

Bel-Air Homeowners Alliance Calls For Open Community Election In Fred Rosen’s Scathing Letter To BAA President

In a scathing letter sent this weekend by Bel-Air Homeowners Alliance President and CEO Fred Rosen to Bel-Air Association President Ron Hudson, Rosen and the BAHOA called for an open election in Bel-Air on the heels of transparency concerns facing the BAA.  

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Police Arrest Saks Fifth Avenue Robbery Suspect

Beverly Hills Police on Monday afternoon arrested a man suspected of committing a strong-arm robbery at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills.  

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—How Well Do You Know Your Knives?

From spreaders to fruit, a myriad of knives can have a place on your tablescape.

Beverly Hills News – Concerts on Canon Hosts the Amanda Castro Band Thursday

Beverly Hills Concerts on Canon continues through September 3 with its next performance by the Amanda Castro Band on Thursday, July 2 at 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.

Statewide Independence Day Travel Expected to be Highest Since 2007

More than 2.98 million Southern California residents are expected to travel over the Fourth of July weekend, up slightly from last year and the most in eight years, the Automobile Club of Southern California predicted today.

Beverly Hills News – Rapper Ordered to Pay $200K in Instagram Defamation Case

A Los Angeles judge overseeing what may be the first Instagram-related libel case ordered the rapper The Game to pay more than $200,000 to a former nanny for his children who the singer defamed in a rant on social media.

Beverly Hills News – Katy Perry is the World’s Top Grossing Musician

 Katy Perry pulled in $135 million in the past year to be the world's top-grossing musician, beating out Taylor Swift who has hinted at "bad blood" with the fellow pop singer.

Beverly Hills News – Special Olympics World Games 2015 Receives $1M Pledge fromLA84 Foundation

With the Special Olympics World Games less than a month away, a local philanthropy group announced today a $1 million pledge to help fund the event.

Greek Debt Crisis Goes to National Referendum in Government’s Hail Mary Effort; S&P Lowers Credit Rating

 Strapped for cash in crisis-hit Greece but desperate to visit the Acropolis? Tourists faced with empty ATMs need not despair, visitors to the ancient site can now pay by card for the first time.
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