TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. 31). Your intuition is so strong, and psychic powers will assist you in making something beautiful out of your time. Share your visions. Speak out about what will happen next. Prophesies begin to fulfill themselves the moment the words leave your lips. Your work for the good of many will succeed. Capricorn and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 49, 21, 29, 40 and 15.
Beverly Hills homeowners and renters may be eligible to receive federal funding for minor home repairs through the City’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Beverly Hills Residential Rehabilitation Program.
The Board of Trustees of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Leadership Political Action Committee (PAC) has endorsed Julian Gold and Lili Bosse for Beverly Hills City Council for the upcoming March 3, 2020 municipal election.
The Health and Safety Commission met on Jan. 27 to discuss the study of health risks associated with 5G networks. City of Beverly Hills Management Analyst Michael George led the discussion involving 5G networks and radiofrequency emissions (RF) as it relates to Beverly Hills. Information provided by the Commission included concerns with wireless devices and tips to limit exposure to RF waves.
Horace Mann Elementary school PTA held its 5th Annual Chili Cook-off and Bake-off on Jan. 26 at its campus in Beverly Hills.
Just one day after the 75th anniversary commemorating the liberation of the most deadly concentration camp during the Holocaust, Auschwitz, the Beverly Hills City Council unanimously adopted a definition of anti-Semitism.
As people across the globe mourn the loss of Los Angeles Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and the seven other victims killed in the helicopter crash on Jan 26, tributes continue to grow reflecting on his legacy as an athlete, family man, Oscar winner, and humanitarian.
On Jan. 25, the 17th annual G’Day USA Los Angeles dinner at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel brought together prominent Australian and Americans from film, television, music, business, sports, and culture to support relief and recovery efforts in response to the Australian bushfires.
For eleven days and ten nights from Feb. 13-23, mid-century modern design buffs from around the globe will flock to Palm Springs to bask in the winter sun amid the magnificent backdrop of San Jacinto Mountains, but more importantly, to celebrate and foster their appreciations for the mid-20th century period of architecture and design.