The horror film "The Curse of La Llorona" opened in first place at the North American box office this weekend, taking in more than $26.5 million at theaters in the United States and Canada, according to industry estimates released Sunday.
Award-Winning author Mark Sarvas will be the keynote speaker for the annual meeting of the Friends of the Beverly Hills Public Library May 1 at 5 p.m.
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.
Police Service Day is one of Beverly Hills’ favorite mornings, when the Police Officers Association host a free pancake breakfast cooked by real police officers and feature fabulous exhibits of all the police functions, from SWAT to K9s.
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.
Next week, in paying tribute to a longstanding relationship between the United States and United Kingdom, BritWeek will present a series of high-profile events locally that celebrate British culture. Several of the featured events will be hosted in Beverly Hills, including next Wednesday’s Cavern Club Beatles event at The Wallis.
“Spectacular … truly spectacular,” emphasized Brad Krevoy.
At the start of the Oct. 26, 2018 Board of Education meeting, where Beverly Hills Unified Superintendent Michael Bregy shared his second proposal to move forward with reconfiguration, several parents opened up to the board about their concerns.
Big increases in infrastructure investment, police technology, police overtime, illegal cannabis enforcement and support for the homeless were called for Thursday by Mayor Eric Garcetti in his proposed 2019- 20 budget, with projections that continue years of revenue increases.
Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, who are accused of paying $500,000 to have their two daughters admitted to USC by portraying them as crew team recruits though neither had ever participated in the rowing sport, pleaded not guilty Monday to federal conspiracy and money- laundering charges in the college admissions cheating scandal.