The Courier caught up with Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd Johnson and Blair Schlecter, Vice President of Economic Development and Government Affairs,
The Strategic Planning Committee / Southeast Task Force took up the issue of urban design at its most recent meeting this week in the effort to revitalize the southeast portion of Beverly Hills.
When Nancy Hunt-Coffey began working for Beverly Hills 11 years ago as the city librarian – technically, the Assistant Director of Community Services tasked with overseeing the Beverly Hills Public Library
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has set aside a jury verdict that awarded damages to former Beverly Hills Police Lieutenant Shan Davis.
Ron Robinson has been an integral part of the iconic Fred Segal Melrose building since 1978 when he opened the doors to his namesake business, and prior to that during a decade long stint as a salesman,
The tenth annual amfAR Gala Los Angeles at MILK drew celebrities and supporters Alan Cumming, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Lea Michele, Paris Jackson, and Eva Longoria.
You’ll be hard-pressed to figure out exactly how artist Michelle Stuart creates her lumigrams, a new photographic technique she invented that looks startling like a painting. A selection of these curious and compelling new works are part of Stuart’s show, “The Earth as a Map of Time,” currently on display at Marc Selwyn Fine Art through Nov. 2.
Traditional beauty and medi-spas are slowly transforming into wellness centers where bio-hacking (manipulating your environment) is the norm and LED color light therapy is used more for injury than post-facial injections.
Horace Mann Elementary School is celebrating its 90th anniversary with a host of events scheduled throughout this school year. An alumni celebration took place last weekend, and a week-long multicultural celebration which begins Oct. 14 is another highlight of the scheduled events.
As election season nears, residents of Beverly Hills should know about the new voting system coming to L.A. County. The new system, called Voting Solutions For All People (VSAP), will apply to the municipal elections in Beverly Hills next March. There will be two City Council seats on the ballot on March 3, 2020.