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City Council Approves Plan To Recreate Damaged Kusama In Stainless Steel

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.

Beverly Hills POA Serving Free Pancakes At Police Service Day On Sunday, May 5

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.

George Christy Talks About Great Wall, Forbidden City, and Brad Krevoy

“Spectacular … truly spectacular,” emphasized Brad Krevoy.

BHUSD Reconfiguration Process Challenges School District’s Ability To Effectively Communicate

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.

Beverly Hills School Board Votes To Issue First Series Of Measure BH Bonds

Last June, Beverly Hills voters narrowly passed Measure BH, calling for a $385 million construction bond that will be used to revamp the school district’s aging buildings.

Beverly Hills Joins Cities In Suit Challenging Cannabis Deliveries

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.

Lori Loughlin and Husband Plead Not Guilty in College Admissions Scandal

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.

Tiger Wins 15th Major Title With Spectacular Masters Victory

Tiger Woods completed an epic comeback from career-threatening injury and scandal by winning the 83rd Masters on Sunday, capturing his 15th major title to end an 11-year major drought.

Mirisch’s Fight For Local Control Takes On Editorial Wars With San Francisco Chronicle

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 School Board Votes To Issue First Series Of Measure BH Bonds

Last June, Beverly Hills voters narrowly passed Measure BH, calling for a $385 million construction bond that will be used to revamp the school district’s aging buildings.

Beverly Hills Joins Cities In Suit Challenging Cannabis Deliveries

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.

City’s Draft ‘Complete Streets’ Plan Is Ready For Public Comment

A 242-page Draft Complete Streets report with a plan to make Beverly Hills a better environment for every form of transit – including walking, bicycling, shared mobility devices, private vehicles, public buses, metro and ride-sharing, autonomous vehicles and futuristic models that haven’t yet materialized – is now available for public comment through May 17.

Courier Continues Push To Get Bregy’s Expenses

Shortly after Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Michael Bregy took the helm of the City’s public school district in 2017, he quickly acquired a reputation for spending. The multiplicity of stories that the Courier has been told over the course of Bregy’s time with the district, enhanced by recent comments made to the Courier, prompted the paper to submit a Public Records Act (PRA) demand on March 5 in order to actually view the expense records of Bregy, as well as his cabinet members.

Former Beverly Hills Community Services Employee Alleges Age Discrimination

Cynthia Brynan, 66, is suing the City of Beverly Hills and Director of Community Services Nancy Hunt-Coffey, alleging that she was denied promotion because of her age and forced to quit because of ongoing hostility from a supervisor, according to a City News Service (CNS) report.

Beverly Hills Spring artSHOW Returns May 18-19

The Beverly Hills artSHOW returns to Beverly Gardens Park 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. the weekend of May 18-19 showcasing a Garden Party to put the spring in your spring.

Artist Lita Albuquerque, A Woolsey Fire Victim, Seeks Foster For Blind Family Pet

Artist Lita Albuquerque was preparing five decades of her work for the Smithsonian Museum when the Woolsey Fire destroyed her home and all of her work.
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