Tour d’Elegance is Coming to Beverly Hills on Father’s Day
This historic drive begins at 10 a.m on June 20. The parade route travels up San Vicente Boulevard and turns left (west) on Burton Way.
Cruising in California Convertible Style
Just to whet the appetite (and who doesn’t like a whetted appetite for the summer?) we are looking today at some serious iron, each of which just happens to have an open-top option, beauties from Aston, Bentley, Corvette, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Porsche and Rolls.
Out and About In Beverly Hills: An Influencers’ Guide
Unlike last year, which was marked by closures and restrictions, this summer is colored by rebirth and reopening.
One Beverly Hills is Approved by City Council
“This has been a very long journey and the outcome is very exciting,” Alagem told the Courier.
Beverly Hills Teens Create a Drink to Give You Confidence
“We’re a brand with purpose,” Gores told the Courier. “The purpose is to really give people confidence, make people feel good, and to live a more full life.”
Local Luxury and Exotic Car Dealership Wins Prestigious Award
On May 14, Rolls-Royce Beverly Hills, a division of O’Gara Coach Company, was honored as Rolls-Royce North America’s 2020 Global Provenance Dealer of the Year as the number-one dealer for “previously owned” Rolls-Royce motorcars.
FOGO (Fear of Going Out)
Talk with your closest friends and see how they are choosing to resume activities. You are not alone in experiencing FOGO.
New Business is Booming in Beverly Hills
Each year, the Chamber, in partnership with the city, travels to New York City in the fall and San Francisco in the spring to scout new businesses to bring into Beverly Hills.
First International African Contemporary Art Gallery Opens on Melrose
Since its inception, Rele has served as a critical interface between the art world in Africa and the international sphere. The original gallery in Lagos has become the leading space for contemporary art and artist development in Nigeria.
Visionary Women Hosts Suze Orman in Virtual Salon
During the one-hour virtual webinar, Orman described the new year as “The Great Reset.” She provided a roadmap for ensuring a manageable financial cushion.
Part 2 of 2: Rabbi Steve Leder on His New Bestseller
The other beautiful thing about memory is that it enables us to round the sharp edges and leave behind what we choose to forget. This is where the book title comes from.
Rabbi Steve Leder on His New Bestseller—A Courier Conversation
“If we have one miracle to make our own, one strength to choose—let it be the strength to turn curses into blessings, to learn joy from sadness and life from death.”
Hope and Resilience in 2021
Emotional Balance: Anxiety and depression were easy to fall into in 2020. But as we emerge, the pendulum will swing the other way. We must actively focus on positive emotions such as joy, gratitude, and optimism.
College Admissions During COVID-19. Separating Fact from Fiction
What does this mean for current juniors, sophomores, and freshmen? As it stands now, the most competitive schools plan to require the ACT and SAT for next year’s application cycle.
We can become that nation you know. We can each lead a generous life of giving to those who have less and to make real inspired visions to better our city, our people, our nation, and our planet.
Peace, Love and Holiday Wishes
This holiday season will present us with a unique opportunity to find cheer in new places.
Wishes on Wheels
For a relatively small company, Aston Martin consistently punches well above its weight.
New Models Electrify the Auto Industry
Ford announced that it was creating an all-electric car some time ago.
COVID’s Unexpected Cosmetic Surgery Bump
“We can’t go out, we can’t go to parties, we don’t go to restaurants, we don’t dress up, we’re home in our pajamas and our robes,” said Koplin.
How to Support Teens During a Strange and Uncertain School Year Tips for Creating a Sense of Normalcy During These Abnormal Times
While you’re in planning mode, encourage your kids to pin passwords and Zoom log-in information right on their desks, where they can see it easily to avoid a mad scramble during school hours. And be sure they set up systems—binders, digital folders for various subjects, and workspace areas—to help stay organized.
Remote Learning Isn’t Going Away — Yet.
Finally, I suggest that students always keep their camera turned on during class – this allows teachers to see that they are engaged. Plus, there’s nothing like knowing you’re being watched to keep you on your best behavior!
California is blessed with this history of garden influences that allow us to mix and match as needed, along with a climate that has welcomed an influx of plant species from around the globe.
School Is Out. Camps Are Closed. Internships are Cancelled. Now What?
I suggest encouraging your teen to use this summer to pursue twin goals: 1) prepare for adulthood, and 2) relish the joys of childhood.