The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts hosted the Sixth Annual Simms/Mann Institute “Think Tank” on Oct. 28, bringing together a diverse group of physicians, psychologists, educators, and other childcare professionals.
Be warned if you visit the spacious new make-up mecca Valerie on Beverly Drive that the eponymous and bubbly owner just might change your look. “When I talk to people, I’m doing their face,” confirms Valerie Sarnelle.
The third annual Beverly Hills Open Later Days (BOLD) kicks off with the Holiday Lighting Celebration along Rodeo Drive on Nov. 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. BOLD is presented by the City of Beverly Hills in partnership with the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce,
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education meeting on Oct. 29 was full of robust discussions and debates about school curriculum and computer access for all BHUSD students.
The Beverly Hills City Council took up an array of issues at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Following a duo of community recognitions, the Council swiftly voted in favor of multiple agendized items with no discussion. After, the Council spent roughly two hours discussing its forthcoming affordable housing strategy.
The issue of the proposed North Portal location for the Metro Purple Line Wilshire/Rodeo Station continues to lead local agendas. At the City Council Study Session on Oct. 29, the Council reviewed three potential locations for the site.
The City of Beverly Hills, Mayor John Mirisch and the City Council are inviting the public to a complimentary lecture on “Art and Memory in Berlin” presented by Professors Renata Stih and Dr. Frieder Schnock on Nov. 10.
The setting and presentations are extraordinary, just like the An family story, and now you can dine your way through Chef Helene An’s most personal journey.
While it’s been over a half-century since the Beatles let the world know that “All You Need Is Love” with their hit song recorded in 1967, the message resonates no less profoundly today.
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Other people are not your competition. Your last accomplishment would be hard to beat, but that’s not your competition either. Your competition is this idea about what you might be capable. You just can’t shake it.