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Luxury Living —Southern California’s Largest Speaker Series Expands to Beverly Hills At The Saban Theatre

With its season running from October to May 2016, on seven different Sundays, the series will bring “great speakers whose remarkable leadership, accomplishments and opinions make a real difference," says  Distinguished Speaker Series of Southern California Co-Owner Kathy Winterhalder. Ehud Barak, former prime minister of Israel, opens the series on Oct. 18.

Luxury Living—Let Ace Rare Collectibles Help You Find That Piece You’ve Always Wanted

Whether it’s that rare baseball card to complete a collection, hard-to-find movie-star autograph or photo or the perfect piece of art—Ace Race Collectibles is the place to find it.  

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul—Getting Out The Earth Tones For A Festive Fall

I have tons of fall and winter tablescapes with new twists. While gearing my color pallet to earth tones, of rust, amber, burgundy, I have also opted to blend a dusky (not to be confused with dusty) gray, pops of brilliant orange, and a splash of taxi-cab yellow.

Dishing It Up With Sharon Insul — When Is A Tassle Worth The Hassle? Always…

With rare exception, tassels represent softness, movement, a surprise pop that gives a room, a piece of furniture, pillow, clothing, and yes even a tablescape flights of fancy.

Frances Allen’s Desert Roundup –

It has been said, (sung, actually), that “Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun.” The truth of this catchy little verse gets put to the test every July in the Desert as approximately 400 guests (not all English) and their pets (not only dogs, but cats and birds as well) brave triple-digit temperatures to attend the annual mid-summer luncheon gala in support of “Pets on Parade,” held at the pet-friendly Doral Desert Princess Resort in Cathedral City.

Beverly Hills News – Cultural Heritage to Recommend Six Landmark Designations

Beverly Hills’ Cultural Heritage Commission will recommend six new properties for landmark designation following the regular quarterly meeting last week, including the Ahmanson Bank and Trust Building at 9145 Wilshire Bl

Son-in-Law Charged In Mafia-Style Monaco Heiress Killing

Wojciech Janowski, a 64-year-old who served as Poland's honorary consul in Monaco, was charged for last month's killing of 77-year-old Helene Pastor, Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin told a news conference.

Beverly Hills News – Bosse, Mirisch, Krasne Protect Taxpayers From Rising Employee Costs

Mayor Lili Bosse and councilmembers John Mirisch and Nancy Krasne took a major stand against rising Beverly Hills City Employee costs on Tuesday.

Beverly Hills News – Mark Tronstein To Lead Rodeo Drive Committee Following Jim Jahant’s Departure

In anticipation of Mark Tronstein taking the reigns of the Rodeo Drive Committee, which his father helped co-found, The Beverly Hills  Courier caught up with Tronstein over coffee from Bouchon Bakery at the Beverly Canon Gardens, across the street from where he oversees the real estate activities at Andell Holdings.

Beverly Hills News – Courier Chairman, Philanthropist Paula Kent Meehan Dead At 82

Ask one of Paula Kent Meehan’s many friends and you’ll get a different answer about what made her so special.

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Polo Club to Play in Celebrity Cup at Will Rogers Saturday

Celebrity Ranch Foundation for Children will be holding the Celebrity Cup Polo Tournament at Will Rogers Polo Field this Saturday

Beverly Hills News – “Hercules” Actor Kevin Sorbo Sued By Publicist Alleging Breach of Contract

Hercules"" actor Kevin Sorbo is being sued by a publicist who alleges she was not paid for helping promote his career in Russia.

Beverly Hills News – Kate Mantilini Restaurant Is Set to Close Saturday

Beverly Hills' own Kate Mantilini Restaurant is scheduled to close Saturday after 27 years of service in the City of Beverly Hills. An entertainment industry favorite, the restaurant and the family that own it are legendary figures in the City's history. An era of casual, but graceful dining is ending.

Shelly Sterling Goes to Court To Show Donald Sterling is Incompetent

Shelly Sterling is expected to ask a probate court today for a finding that she was perfectly entitled to sell the Los Angeles Clippers because her husband, 80-year-old Donald Sterling, is no longer mentally competent.

Beverly Hills News – NBA’s Brewer Pleads Not Guilty on DUI Charges

Chicago Bulls forward Ronnie Brewer pleaded not guilty today to DUI charges stemming from a February traffic stop in the Beverly Hills area.

Beverly Hills News – NBA Finals A Slam Dunk for ABC Ratings

Viewership for the first two games of the NBA Finals increased from last year, helping to make ABC the most-watched network in prime time for the second time in three weeks.
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