After last week's stunning Grand Opening of House of Cravings with Gabriel Frem, Mayor Lili Bosse's Walk with the Mayor is circling back to visit one of her proudest achievements from her first term as Mayor - the Beverly Hills Community Dog Park!
The evening also included a screening of Sharon Baker's new documentary about Asner, "My Friend Ed," and opened with "Super Sex," the new Matthew Modine directed comedy starry 87-year-old Asner.
Broadway stars shine in annual "one of a kind" benefit, this year celebrating composer/lyricist Jerry Herman. Palm Springs International Film Fest announces dates for 2018 edition.
TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Apr. 28). Relationships will thrive on stability. It’s a year for extending roots, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also take vacations. In May you’ll be offered what you've longed for. You’ll follow your loved one into unknown territory and come to love the adventure you share there. Excellent news comes in June; a windfall comes in November.
Spago, one of the City’s most well-known restaurants, was not informed until two days before the item was brought to City Council last Thursday that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was being considered, that would include the closure of the left-turn lane on Wilshire Blvd. for an estimated 8-20 days.
Growing up as the daughter of a dairy farmer who conducted the bulk of his business on a handshake, Coldwell Banker real estate agent Jade Mills learned early on that integrity was key in interpersonal and business relationships.
Parcels 12 & 13 are back in the spotlight again, as the City works towards resolving tree maintenance issues for those remaining on the south side of the parcels and maintenance of the lots’ weeds, debris and trash.
At the end of hours-long public comment, mostly from landlords claiming that they have not been properly represented in the years of meetings leading to the Rent Stabilization Ordinance in Beverly Hills, the City Council approved $250,000 to begin the administration of the ordinance.
Fresh on the heels of last week’s Board of Education directive to create a “7-11 Committee” as a first step toward having multiple district parcels declared surplus property, including the site of the Beverly Hills Oil Well, Superintendent Michael Bregy issued a press release stating that the district had been made aware on April 17 that Venoco, Inc., which leases the oil well from the district, had filed for a second bankruptcy.
Two weeks ago at The Shubert Theater in New York, Bette Midler opened in the Jerry Herman-Michael Stewart musical, Hello, Dolly, based on the Thornton Wilder comedy, The Matchmaker.