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Beverly Hills Businesses Respond to City Fines

As California grapples with a rise in COVID-19 case numbers, the City of Beverly Hills has been issuing administrative citations to individuals and businesses that run afoul of health rules meant to stem the spread of the virus.

Concerts on Canon and Greystone Performances Available on BHTV Channel 10

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t put a damper on the offerings available from the Community Services Department’s Arts & Culture Division. In fact, the department is expanding its programming to Beverly Hills Television, Channel 10, with the summer "Concerts on Canon series."

Diverse Protests in Beverly Hills

In the last week, Beverly Hills has become a microcosm of national unrest.

Taking Care of Your Back During the COVID-19 Crisis

Working from home was once considered a luxury for only about seven percent of the population. Due to COVID-19, many of us are now conducting all business at home, whether we like it or not.

California Dreaming

At RIOS we are inspired time and again by our location in California, a magnificent place where almost anything can grow. Early settlers recognized the potential of this fertile and untamed land and brought palms, along with all the fruits of southern Europe, including the olive, the pomegranate, the fig, the lemon, the orange, the apple, the pear, the peach, and above all else the wine grape.

Picnicking in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Many of our favorite social gathering places, including indoor restaurants and bars, might be closed for the foreseeable future, but outdoor dining and picnics are flourishing for the summer months all across town.

Planning for a Safe Return to Beverly Hills Schools

The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) is scheduled to begin the 2020-2021 school year on August 17 with distance learning.

Protest on Behalf of Laid Off Workers at Chateau Marmont

On July 23, dozens of neighbors, community allies and former Chateau Marmont employees marched in front of the West Hollywood landmark hotel carrying signs in protest of the management’s treatment of workers.

Human Relations Commission Accepting Nominations for Embrace Civility Award

The City’s Human Relations Commission is seeking nominations for its 10th annual Embrace Civility Award.

California Dreaming

At RIOS we are inspired time and again by our location in California, a magnificent place where almost anything can grow. Early settlers recognized the potential of this fertile and untamed land and brought palms, along with all the fruits of southern Europe, including the olive, the pomegranate, the fig, the lemon, the orange, the apple, the pear, the peach, and above all else the wine grape.

Picnicking in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Many of our favorite social gathering places, including indoor restaurants and bars, might be closed for the foreseeable future, but outdoor dining and picnics are flourishing for the summer months all across town.

Beverly Hills City Council Debates Subsidies and Closures

The Beverly Hills City Council held a Study Session on July 21 in which members discussed enacting a residential rent subsidy and expanding the OpenBH program.

Beverly Hills Unified School District Prepares for Distance Learning

On July 21, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education held a Study Session unanimously voting to approve the drafted reopening plan for the fall of 2020.

Beverly Hills City Council Formal Session Round-up

The Beverly Hills City Council approved several items at its Formal Session on July 21, including welcoming new commissioners and moving forward with an environmental agreement as part of the Beverly Hills Creative Offices project.

Beverly Hills Medical Task Force

July 17 marked the third joint meeting between the Beverly Hills City Council and the City’s Medical Advisory Task Force, continuing a dialogue between the governing body and a group of experts lauded for their achievements in their respective medical fields.

City of Beverly Hills Cites 16 Businesses for COVID-19 Infractions

The City of Beverly Hills has issued more than three dozen citations to businesses and individuals for not complying with regulations put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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