The City of Beverly Hills continues its efforts to protect the environment through sustainability projects including the upcoming series of free, educational workshops designed to open dialogue about ways to improve quality of life and counter the effects of climate change.
Brooklyn-born Ian Schrager looks right at home in the massive sleek penthouse of his latest hotel and residences that overlook the city skyline.
Beverly Hills’ “Business Triangle,” situated along Rodeo Drive, is known for its luxury retail stores and for the visitors who come in droves to shop on the iconic street and participate in special events such as BOLD (Beverly Hills Open Later Days) Holidays celebrations.
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.
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.
With the recent announcement that the 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine would be awarded jointly to professors William G. Kaelin Jr., Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for their discoveries of how cells
Singer Lionel Richie will be honored in Beverly Hills next month as the inaugural recipient of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Recording Artists Inspiration Award.
Former White House national security advisor Michael Flynn never reported receiving payments from Russian entities on his top-level security clearance form, a senior US lawmaker said Tuesday.
A live-action remake of "The Jungle Book" rocketed into the movie theaters of North America with a "stunning" $103.6 million in weekend ticket sales, a movie analyst said today.
At 6:30 p.m., supporters of the California End of Life Option Act will celebrate the passage of the law. Assembly members Christina Garcia, D- Bell Gardens, and Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica, are among those expected to attend, along with Elizabeth Wallner, a single mother living with Stage 4 colon cancer and wants the option of medical aid in dying if her suffering becomes unbearable, and Wolf Breiman, who is dying of multiple myeloma. Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, Greer Social Hall, 8844 Burton Way.