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Beverly Hills High School Robotics Team Hosts Women in STEM

The Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) Robotics Team hosted a “Women in STEM” event for Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) students on Jan. 17. Senior Eva Danesh,  President of the Business-Robotics Team called MorTorq, said that the motivation behind the event was to outreach and inspire younger students —especially females—who may not otherwise consider careers in the male-dominated STEM field.

‘The Manor’ Returns to Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills

Murder and madness come alive once again at Greystone Mansion as Theatre 40 returns to the historic Beverly Hills estate for the 18th season of “The Manor.”

“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

Thirteen Aleppo pine trees in Trousdale are slated for removal after City arborists finished a week-long assessment of 188 trees along Carla Ridge and adjacent streets.

Beverly Hills Completes Homeless Count

The Beverly Hills Police Department participated in the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority’s (LAHSA) Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count on Jan. 22. Participants also included over 60 local volunteers, City staff, Beverly Hills Homeless Outreach Team, and Beverly Hills Ambassadors. City of Beverly Hills Ambassador Services Operation Manager, Kris Zagyva, told the Courier,  “We were in attendance along with several city commissioners, PD, and lots of volunteers. It was a large turn out.”

City Council Shores Up 2020 Legislative Platform

With over 2,000 state legislative bills introduced annually, it’s quasi-impossible for one person to keep track of all of them, according to Beverly Hills Policy and Management Analyst Cynthia Owens.

Beverly Hills Celebrates Mural Ribbon Cutting

Beverly Hills residents, businesses, and community leaders came together for the North Canon Mural Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Jan. 12. Among those in attendance were Mayor John Mirisch, Vice Mayor Lester Friedman, and Councilmembers Dr. Julian A. Gold, Lili Bosse and Robert Wunderlich. Mural artist Tomokazu Matsuyama was on hand to talk about his creative vision.

New Year’s Resolutions and Our “Lazy” Brain

We are just a few weeks into the new year/new decade and already I am finding it difficult to adhere to some of my resolutions, such as minimizing screen time as suggested in my last article. In case you are also struggling, I thought I would share some insights from my neuroscientist colleagues to help you along the way.   

Pope Francis Meets Delegates of Simon Wiesenthal Center

Pope Francis met with members of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance for an international leadership delegation on Jan. 21 at the Vatican.

BHHS Medical Science Academy Expands with New Programming

Beverly Hills High School Robotics Team Hosts Women in STEM

The Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) Robotics Team hosted a “Women in STEM” event for Beverly Vista Middle School (BVMS) students on Jan. 17. Senior Eva Danesh,  President of the Business-Robotics Team called MorTorq, said that the motivation behind the event was to outreach and inspire younger students —especially females—who may not otherwise consider careers in the male-dominated STEM field.

‘The Manor’ Returns to Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills

Murder and madness come alive once again at Greystone Mansion as Theatre 40 returns to the historic Beverly Hills estate for the 18th season of “The Manor.”

Exclusive: Nerano Opens BG Speakeasy Restaurant Upstairs

Little Santa Monica Boulevard’s Amalfi Coast restaurant Nerano is an exceptional spot in Beverly Hills where you can find branzino flown in three times per week from Naples and rare wines from the Campania region of Italy.

Metro Update: Upcoming Lane Closures Due to Intersection Piling

Beginning Jan. 29 through April, lanes will be closed due to installation of 27 piles across Beverly Drive on the north side of Wilshire Boulevard as part of the Metro Purple Line Extension project.

“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

Thirteen Aleppo pine trees in Trousdale are slated for removal after City arborists finished a week-long assessment of 188 trees along Carla Ridge and adjacent streets.

Beverly Hills Completes Homeless Count

The Beverly Hills Police Department participated in the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority’s (LAHSA) Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count on Jan. 22. Participants also included over 60 local volunteers, City staff, Beverly Hills Homeless Outreach Team, and Beverly Hills Ambassadors. City of Beverly Hills Ambassador Services Operation Manager, Kris Zagyva, told the Courier,  “We were in attendance along with several city commissioners, PD, and lots of volunteers. It was a large turn out.”

Beverly Hills Files Lawsuit Regarding Ballot Devices

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