In its Feb. 20 Study Session meeting, the Beverly Hills City Council discussed residents’ concerns about an eight-story mixed-use development at 9229 Wilshire Blvd., but ultimately determined that the project must proceed per state law.
A young woman on the sidewalk was shouting at everybody and nobody in particular before grabbing and pulling the hair of a bystander walking past her, Beverly Hills Police Department Officer Adam Falossi recalled.
They were the third and fourth forums held since January, and though the candidates covered well-worn territory including the housing element and public safety, they also discussed issues that hadn’t been explored at earlier forums, including parking woes near BHHS and the city’s minimal nightlife.
We’re all on the never-ending treadmill of television, and that’s just with the mainstream streaming channels, for the most part. Blink and you’re behind, with the treadmill going at 10 mph and you falling off the back at 5 mph. More and more and more,
The first debate in the race for Los Angeles County District Attorney to include all 12 candidates took place on Feb. 8 at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills, with the whole field squeezed onstage and arranged in order of money raised.