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.
The Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission kicked off its first meeting of the year on Jan. 14 by reaffirming its priority to maintain a robust arts program for the City.
Over the past 20 years, art fairs have taken off as the place to buy and sell — as well as learn about — art.
Hundreds of people turned out at Beverly Hills Tennis Center on Jan. 12 to celebrate the kickoff of Pickleball in Beverly Hills.
Another beloved Santa Monica concept and Michelin-starred chef is back in Santa Monica.
The City of Beverly Hills continues its efforts to protect the environment through sustainability projects including the upcoming series of free, educational workshops designed to open dialogue about ways to improve quality of life and counter the effects of climate change.
Aaron Christopher Newsom was arraigned Jan. 14 on charges stemming from the armed robbery on North Canon Drive on Jan. 11.
For close to four decades, gregarious and tireless award-winning chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger have taught us how to love regional Mexican flavors from their multiple restaurant concepts, six cookbooks and over 400 episodes of the Food Network’s “Too Hot Tamales.”