A new UCLA program offers hope and potential answers for people who have undergone extensive medical testing that has failed to identify their illness.
SPOOKY—“Witch Doctor” Lorraine Adeline Redlin, 91, a longtime member of the Beverly Hills Active Senior Club, won the Best Costume Award at the group’s Halloween Dance Sunday.
The school will host "A Diversity in Children's Literature Author Panel" on Thursday, Nov. 5 and Marc Brackett, director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, will speak on “Emotions Matter: From Recognizing to Regulating Emotions” on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Oct. 30). You refuse to let anything hold you back. You’ll see the opportunities, overcome the obstacles and gather a group of supportive souls along the way. Love is prime on your agenda, and improvements in how you see yourself accompany the turn of the year. Financial breakthroughs come in November, December and May. Cancer and Virgo people adore you.
From inside the historic pool house at Viriginia Robinson Gardens earlier this week, 60 well-dressed elegant ladies listened to a harrowing tale of the collapse of couture fashion in the rise of the digital age.
Horace Mann is pulling out all the stops for tomorrow’s Husky Haunt Halloween Carnival which starts at noon and runs until 4 p.m.–perfect for a little pre-trick-or-treat excitement.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District could soon have more good news coming its way as it relates to the district’s general obligation bond ratings.
The distinction between public and private is ever-diminishing in the digital age. However, one maxim that has always held true is that public officials ought to be held to a higher standard. Thus, when public officials, such as Mayor Julian Gold and Councilman Willie Brien publicly advocate on behalf of specific candidates–as both have done for Carter Paysinger in their so-called “personal” capacity–it is impossible to liberate such personal views from their civic leadership roles.
Election day is Tuesday and if you haven’t yet mailed in your ballot for the Board of Education race, it’s important that you go to your local polling place and cast your ballot.
Mahdi Aluzri became the new city manager of Beverly Hills in a unanimous vote last month by City Council. Aluzri came up the ranks, beginning in 1989 as a plan-check engineer. He rose to deputy director of planning and, in 2006, director of the newly created Department of Community Development. He left to serve five years as Deputy City Manager in Rancho Cucamonga. He returned to become assistant city manager for six years under Jeff Kolin, and was appointed interim city manager in February, after Kolin’s departure.