"People were definitely eager to get back to this event," Beesen told the Courier. "It's a community favorite. It's very popular. It draws people from all over Southern California and we have artists from all over the nation. So it does attract quite a big
The Courier has noticed a steady stream of visitors and residents playing, interacting with and photographing the pianos. Now, the pianos move on to permanent residences in public schools across the greater Los Angeles area, where they will no doubt be enjoyed for years to
Now in its 48th year, the Beverly Hills Art Show was reinvented in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The show took on a hybrid format in an effort to stay connected to the community and continue to offer the much-anticipated annual event that community
Years ago–years before his paintings were in the White House or in the collections of Oprah Winfrey and other A-listers–Chaz Guest's son asked his father to create a superhero. Quite literally the next day, Guest said, the story and likeness of Buffalo Warrior came to
The Sing for Hope Piano program began in New York City over 10 years ago. The program describes itself as the "country's largest annual recurring public arts project" with the goal of democratizing music.