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Jerry Cutler On Theatre—’Bad Jews’ At The Geffen– Superb!!

Joshua Harmon has written an exceptionally funny play that opens many questions as traditional values butt principles with the secular. It is, to the dismay of many a subject, for more profound introspection.I n the interim, thanks to director Matt Shakman’s guiding hand, until these values are settled – if ever–"Bad Jews" is a must see if you're looking to laugh out loud and go home and ponder the question – or not.

The Courier’s Desert—Two Bunch Palms, Is Now The First Carbon-Neutral Resort in North America

Last year’s renovation of the 77-acre property resulted in 70 “soulful” new room accommodations, a farm-to-table restaurant Essense, a passive solar earth mound yoga dome and a new View Point conference center and meeting facility with views of the valley against the San Jacinto Mountains.

Escaped Convict Shot Dead by Police in Upstate New York

 One of two convicts who escaped from a maximum-security New York prison was shot dead by police Friday after three weeks on the run, according to US media.

Beverly Hills News – City Set to Approve Penalty Surcharge for Stage D Water Conservation

The City of Beverly Hills is set to adapt a resolution establishing a penalty surcharge for "water usage contrary to the provisions of the Stage D Water Conservation measures" Tuesday. 

Beverly Hills News – City Council to Review Rate Hikes & Revenue Shortfalls, Swimming Pool Permits and Artificial Turf

As City water consumers seek creative means to reach the 30-percent reduction in water use mandated by the City and State, the Beverly Hills Department of Public Works is seeking two 5-percent water rate hikes to make up the $4 million shortfall due to conservation.

Beverly Hills News – City Council to Consider Adding Additional Red Light Camera

In a City that is saturated with 15 red light cameras, many motorists may wish to avoid passing through altogether with the consideration of yet another red-light camera, this time at Olympic Boulevard and Beverly Drive.

Jerry Cutler On Theatre—’Bad Jews’ At The Geffen– Superb!!

Joshua Harmon has written an exceptionally funny play that opens many questions as traditional values butt principles with the secular. It is, to the dismay of many a subject, for more profound introspection.I n the interim, thanks to director Matt Shakman’s guiding hand, until these values are settled – if ever–"Bad Jews" is a must see if you're looking to laugh out loud and go home and ponder the question – or not.

The Courier’s Desert—Two Bunch Palms, Is Now The First Carbon-Neutral Resort in North America

Last year’s renovation of the 77-acre property resulted in 70 “soulful” new room accommodations, a farm-to-table restaurant Essense, a passive solar earth mound yoga dome and a new View Point conference center and meeting facility with views of the valley against the San Jacinto Mountains.

Beverly Hills News – The Lego Movie is Sunday Movie Night on Canon

See The Lego Movie Sunday at 8:15 on the big, inflatable screen in Beverly Canon Gardens; the screening is free and open-air. Bring a picnic, the kids and a blanket and sit back and enjoy an old-fashioned movie night under the stars. 

Beverly Hills News – City Selects Dominick Rivetti as Interim Police Chief for BHPD

The City of Beverly Hills City Council will be presented with a resolution on its June 30, 2015 City Council agenda to authorize an employment agreement with Dominick Rivetti to serve as Interim Police Chief.

Escaped Convict Shot Dead by Police in Upstate New York

 One of two convicts who escaped from a maximum-security New York prison was shot dead by police Friday after three weeks on the run, according to US media.

Beverly Hills News – Concerts on Canon Honors June Lockhart’s 90th Birthday

June Lockhart, perhaps best known for her roles as the mother in Lassie and Lost in Space, celebrated her 90th birthday Thursday with Gary Green & the Big Band of Barristers at Beverly Canon Gardens. A proclamation honoring Ms. Lockhart was delivered by City Councilmember Nancy Krasne on behalf of the City of Beverly Hills.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Celebrates National Parks & Recreation Month with “Try it-You’ll Like It”

July is National Parks and Recreation Month, and the City of Beverly Hills Department of Recreation and Parks is celebrating with "Try It - You'll Like It" FREE CLASS PASS. 
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