In a new collaboration that embraces the City Council’s renewed commitment to embrace all forms of art and culture, Cultural Heritage Commission (CHC) Vice Chair Rebecca Pynoos and former CHC Commissioner Maralee Beck has invited the #CamerasandDancers group to Beverly Hills.
A stray dog dragging a chewed leash that was found wandering the street at Almont Drive and Gregory Drive late Saturday evening was miraculously returned to his owner late Tuesday.
There is a house on Crescent Drive that was home for more than 30 years to one of the most beloved and talented show business icons who died Monday at the age of 97. The name of this original “girl next door” was Doris Day.
The City of Beverly Hills is gearing up for a jam-packed summer of bold events in conjunction with its BOLD (Beverly Hills Open Later Days) summer programming.
The Courier was surprised this week to receive a letter emailed out by Beverly Hills Unified School District spokesperson Rebecca Starkins to the entire school district mailing list.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s is becoming a reality next week in Beverly Hills.
Since it was installed in 2007, Yayoi Kusama’s Hymn of Life: Tulips in Beverly Gardens Park has enchanted visitors with its whimsical shapes and bright colors, creating photo opportunities that have been shared the world over. The renowned Japanese artist is one of the most recognized and beloved female artists in the world.
Continuing a baffling trend of failing to address education issues, once again Beverly Hills Unified School District’s latest Reconfiguration Update focused on elements of the transformative process that had relatively little to do with students.
In a scathing editorial written April 6 (“Beverly Hills by the bay”) in the San Francisco Chronicle, the paper labeled Beverly Hills “wealthy, homogeneous” “implacable,” and “exclusive;” claimed that apartment buildings were outlawed, and characterized San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar as referring to cities such as Beverly Hills as “historically racist.”
Beverly Hills has joined several other local governments in filing a lawsuit against the California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) by attorneys from Churchwell White LLP, in the case of County of Santa Cruz et al. vs Bureau of Cannabis Control et al.