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“Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” — Showtime!
Jeanie Buss in “Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers,” a documentary series capturing the remarkable rise of one of the most dominant franchises in sports Photo by Jesse Rambis/Hulu

“Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” — Showtime!

The formidable Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day,” “The Guilty,” “The Equalizer”) was the perfect choice to direct and executive produce the new documentary series “Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” that pulls the curtain back on the legendary Lakers through the Jerry Buss era. 

BHUSD Considers Safety Practices for New School Year

BHUSD Considers Safety Practices for New School Year

With less than one week before the start of the new school year, the Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education heard about safety and security practices, discussed a new district community pledge, and appointed Gabriel Halimi as board liaison to the Beverly Hills Education Foundation at its Aug. 9 meeting.

Council Discusses RHNA Reform and Parking Upgrades in Beverly Hills

Council Discusses RHNA Reform and Parking Upgrades in Beverly Hills

The Beverly Hills City Council discussed its initial contributions to the Regional Housing Needs Assessment reform process at the Aug. 2 Study Session.

Co-Principals Take the Helm at BHHS

Co-Principals Take the Helm at BHHS

For the first time in its nearly 100-year history, Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) will have two interim co-principals this upcoming school year: Assistant Principal of Instruction Kim Decatrel and Assistant Principal of Student Services Drew Stewart. With former BHHS Principal Mark Mead being promoted to Director of School Safety in June, the district began searching for candidates to replace him, but ultimately did not move forward with any applicants.

City Makes Plans for Holiday Celebration

City Makes Plans for Holiday Celebration

At a City Council Liaison Joint Special Meeting of the Rodeo Drive Committee/Special Events/ Holiday Program Committee on Aug. 1, plans were discussed for the city’s winter holiday decorations.

Planning Commission Mulls Over Walls, Basements and Medical Facilities

Planning Commission Mulls Over Walls, Basements and Medical Facilities

The Beverly Hills Planning Commission voted unanimously on July 28 to advance an ordinance to the City Council raising the maximum allowable heights for walls, fences and hedges in much of the city. It was one of a quartet of items passed without opposition by the five-person panel – but not without ample discussion.

National Night Out in Beverly Hills

National Night Out in Beverly Hills

Hundreds of community members came out August 2 to show their support in honor of the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) and first responders.

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