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Trump Organization Sells President’s Beverly Hills Home For $13.5 Million

The Trump Organization has sold the home at 809 N. Canon Drive for $13.5 million in an off-market sale, according to property records. The Real Deal reports that the buyer was Hillcrest Asia Limited, according to Los Angeles County records.

Beverly Hills Fire Department Welcomes Stakeholders To Greystone Outreach Meeting

The Beverly Hills Fire Department is inviting stakeholders to join them in a Community Stakeholder Meeting at Greystone Mansion and Gardens, 905 Loma Vista Dr., at 6 p.m. on June 25.

BABY BRIXTON

Brixton is an 8-month-old male Great Dane mix. Brixton is a sweet, big, goofy puppy who loves to play with other dogs and cats. He weighs 46 pounds now and is in search of his forever home. For more information, contact Shelter Hope Pet Shop at 805-379-3538 or visit www.shelterhopepetshop.org.

BUILDING THE BEST BHFD

BUILDING THE BEST BHFD – The Beverly Hills Fire Department is inviting stakeholders to join them in a community meeting at Greystone Mansion at 6 p.m. on Jun. 25 to discuss ways the Department can improve services. Pictured is the Mobile Stroke Unit, NP1 with the nurse practitioner and the CERT Program, standing beside the fire trucks. These are many of the ways in which the BHFD extends services in the community beyond firefighting and paramedics to keep Beverly Hills safe.

JBBBSLA Golf Tournament Raises Record $357,000 For Camp Bob Waldorf

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles (JBBBSLA) raised a record $375,000 this week at its 24th annual Golf Classic last month.

Cabaret Star Steve Ross Bringing Cole Porter’s Wit, Sophistication To The Wallis’ Lovelace Theater

Cabaret luminary Steve Ross will bring his celebration of the Great American Songbook,  Cole Porter and Beyond, to the Wallis Annenberg’s Lovelace Theater as part of the performing arts center’s intimate Sorting Room programming at 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15.

Skyview Capital Carves A Niche In Corporate Carve-Outs

Skyview Capital has emerged as a recognized global private equity firm, and has earned an international reputation for its specialization in corporate carve-outs. 

Benedict Canyon Hotel Developer ‘Misleading’ Residents With New Brochures

A controversial developer with a proposal for a hotel in the middle of the low-density Benedict Canyon residential area has enlisted a door-to-door service and USPS to deliver information to area residents that the Benedict Canyon Association and Save Our Canyon say is “misleading.”

UCLA’s Dr. Beth Karlan Among ‘Giants Of Cancer Care’ Inductees

Among the inductees is Dr. Beth Y. Karlan of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in the field of gynecologic malignancies.

JBBBSLA Golf Tournament Raises Record $357,000 For Camp Bob Waldorf

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles (JBBBSLA) raised a record $375,000 this week at its 24th annual Golf Classic last month.

Cabaret Star Steve Ross Bringing Cole Porter’s Wit, Sophistication To The Wallis’ Lovelace Theater

Cabaret luminary Steve Ross will bring his celebration of the Great American Songbook,  Cole Porter and Beyond, to the Wallis Annenberg’s Lovelace Theater as part of the performing arts center’s intimate Sorting Room programming at 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15.

Buzz Aldrin To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of Moon Landing At July 13 Apollo XI Gala

Famed astronaut Edwin ‘Buzz” Aldrin, who along with the late Neil Armstrong were the first two humans ever to set foot on the moon, is hosting  the “Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Gala” on Saturday, July 13, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library’s Air Force One Pavillion in Simi Valley.

Pride Festival To Bring Street Closures Around Beverly Hills

The L.A. Pride Celebration is set for this weekend throughout the streets of West Hollywood and that means street closures in the area around Beverly Hills.

City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

City Council Approves Ordinance Prohibiting Most Tobacco Sales

The City of Beverly Hills, in a unanimous vote on Tuesday, approved an ordinance to prohibit the sale of tobacco products in the City beginning in January 2021.

BHHS Class of ’74 Supports America’s Veterans, Vet Dogs

It was a series of coincidences that brought together Beverly Hills High School Class of ’74 and America’s VetDogs in Los Angeles last weekend for their inaugural event at a private home in Bel Air.
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