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Change Proposed for Beverly Hills Trees in Face of Climate Change

Change Proposed for Beverly Hills Trees in Face of Climate Change

“That’s what the goal is here,” Pfalzgraf said. “Let’s improve the canopy. Let’s improve the temperature in the city and the wildlife habitat. That’s the bottom line.”

New Report Spotlights Anti-Semitism in 9/11  Conspiracies

New Report Spotlights Anti-Semitism in 9/11 Conspiracies

“Many of these conspiracies are promoted within far-right extremist circles, but wider belief about Jewish complicity in the 9/11 attacks can be found in more mainstream spaces,” the report says.

Beverly Hills Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Beverly Hills Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9/11

The Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial Garden is open daily to the public, honoring the 2,977 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon.

Piling Work Continues at UCLA

Piling Work Continues at UCLA

The piling at Lot 36 will take about three weeks, and will be followed by piling on Wilshire Boulevard, between Westwood Boulevard and Veteran Avenue. Each week, construction notices will be updated online, as the work will be done in stages. Works hours will be from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. for drilling activities, and 9 -11 p.m. for maintenance. 

Organizations Helping Afghani Refugees

Organizations Helping Afghani Refugees

Several organizations in southern California and beyond are working to ease the burdens for thousands of Afghan refugees coming into the U.S. The Courier has compiled a list of organizations providing aid as a resource for those wishing to do the same. 

Anti-Hate Mural Unveiled

Anti-Hate Mural Unveiled

“This partnership with the Korean American Federation of Los Angeles and Artists 4 Israel symbolizes inter-community unity and that we all stand together to combat any form of hate and discrimination,” said Consul General of Israel to the Pacific Southwest Dr. Hillel Newman.

WeHo Elects New Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore

WeHo Elects New Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore

Horvath, who is seeking to replace outgoing County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl on the Board of Supervisors, nominated Meister and Shyne for their new positions, marking the first time a woman has nominated two women for the mayoral succession in the city’s history.

Mulholland Station Fire Captain  Under Investigation

Mulholland Station Fire Captain Under Investigation

In the video, Granucci claims that there are “hundreds” of other LAFD employees who have retained an attorney—“and he is a shark.”

Electronic Billboard Proposal Worries Residents Near Sunset Strip

Electronic Billboard Proposal Worries Residents Near Sunset Strip

“The project EIR closely examined our digital canvas and the analysis from credentialed experts confirms neighbors in the hills of Los Angeles will not experience any light trespass or glare,” Jake Stevens, the project’s spokesperson, told the Courier. Stevens additionally stressed that the signage would have sensors monitoring it 24/7 to ensure that it stayed within the proscribed limits. 

WeHo Elects New Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore

WeHo Elects New Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore

Like Beverly Hills, the City of West Hollywood appoints its mayor and mayor pro tempore (vice mayor, essentially) on a rotating basis. The position serves more of a bureaucratic than an executive function, unlike the City of Los Angeles.

Amanda Foundation Spreads Love in Beverly Hills

Amanda Foundation Spreads Love in Beverly Hills

“One of the nicest things about being part of this community is I’ll have some woman come in the door – she’s like 30 and she’ll have a 6-year-old with her, and she’ll say, ‘I got my puppy from you when I was eight,’” Austin said. “And that happens a lot.” 

New Restorations Complete as Greystone Slowly Reopens

New Restorations Complete as Greystone Slowly Reopens

Solidarity Dinner to Combat Hate

Solidarity Dinner to Combat Hate

Leaders from the Jewish, Muslim, Christian, African American, and Asian American community came together to find common threads and speak about how to rise above hate together.

Proposed Ridgeline  Ordinance Worries Local Residents

Proposed Ridgeline Ordinance Worries Local Residents

“To facilitate the protection of these natural ecological, topographic, and aesthetic resources, the City has developed a method to identify ridgelines that may merit additional protection by evaluating their height, slope, topographic features, and potential for wildlife connectivity,” the proposed ordinance reads.

Beverly Hills Reacts to  Vaccine  Requirements

Beverly Hills Reacts to Vaccine Requirements

“We require the workers, but not the customers,” Vartan Kemanjian, the manager of Euro Caffe on Canon Drive, told the Courier.

LA Philanthropists Open Tel Aviv Day Care Center

LA Philanthropists Open Tel Aviv Day Care Center

“The Nazarian family’s commitment to the advancement of Israeli society is expressed in three main ways – education, art, and medicine,” said Esther Barak Landes, CEO of the Ima Foundation, the Israeli arm of the Nazarian Foundation.

Freedom Rally Founder Gets Community Service for  Unpermitted Gatherings

Freedom Rally Founder Gets Community Service for Unpermitted Gatherings

Bagheri faced three misdemeanor charges for holding assemblies without a valid permit on Nov. 28, 2020, Jan. 6 and Jan. 9, 2021. Each charge carried fines up to $3,500 or six months in jail. 

Cuba Solidarity Protests in  Beverly Hills

Cuba Solidarity Protests in Beverly Hills

“People are being killed, people are being prosecuted and ending up in jail for just speaking up,” Yisel Pupo, who is from Cuba but now lives in Los Angeles, told the Courier.

LGBTQ Pioneer and Live Nation Executive Killed in  Surfside Collapse

LGBTQ Pioneer and Live Nation Executive Killed in Surfside Collapse

“She was also so proud of the multiple sponsorship deals she secured for Live Nation, which were massive, unique and extremely complex in structure,” Rosslyn said. 

Trousdale Estate Nominated for Landmark Status

Trousdale Estate Nominated for Landmark Status

To qualify for the Registry, a building must meet several criteria listed in the 2012 Beverly Hills Historic Preservation Ordinance.

Newsom Recall Effort in  Beverly Hills

Newsom Recall Effort in Beverly Hills

“The rallies were a celebration of America, freedom and Donald Trump, who, as president, embodied classical American values and worked to root out the corruption that has plagued our government for far too long,” a Beverly Hills resident told the Courier.

Beverly Hills Releases Sweeping Wildfire Assessment

Beverly Hills Releases Sweeping Wildfire Assessment

“Due to continuing climate change impacts, these fuels are typically drier and more susceptible to ignition for a longer period of time throughout the year than in the past,” the report says.

Metro Construction Updates for Beverly Hills

Metro Construction Updates for Beverly Hills

“We also are having material delivered to us, as well as equipment,” Ximenez added. “We’re having ongoing concrete pours and those will be mostly daily from Wilshire Boulevard for the foreseeable future.”

Sing for Hope Preview

Sing for Hope Preview

The Courier obtained an early preview, sitting down with artist Chaz Guest as he began painting a piano with his comic book character Buffalo Warrior, the first superhero “born in the cotton fields.

Community Members Play Key Role in Public Safety

Community Members Play Key Role in Public Safety

The Disaster Communications System (DCS) operates as an auxiliary communications system for the city “in situations where normal telephone, cellular, two-way radio, satellite or other communication links fail,” DCS volunteer Pamela Meadow said.

UTLA Chapter Resolution Draws Rebuke

UTLA Chapter Resolution Draws Rebuke

“Motions brought by UTLA members at regional Area meetings are not the official expressed opinions of UTLA or its elected leaders,” UTLA said.

WeHo Council Gets a Homeless Update

WeHo Council Gets a Homeless Update

The city also dedicated resources toward preventing at-risk residents from falling into homelessness—a concern that grew during the pandemic.

LVMH Reopens a Parisian Landmark

LVMH Reopens a Parisian Landmark

“No other department store has such compelling links to the two faces of Paris, one engaged with the historic economic vitality of the recently renovated Les Halles and the other overlooking the Seine, offering the most beautiful view of the world’s most beautiful city.

Public Health Prepares to Open L.A. County

Public Health Prepares to Open L.A. County

“We know there are people across our community who have suffered tremendous loss. For those of you mourning the passing of a loved one, we wish you healing and peace,” said Ferrer. 

Courier Fact-Checks Caitlyn Jenner About Homelessness in Beverly Hills

Courier Fact-Checks Caitlyn Jenner About Homelessness in Beverly Hills

“When you drive in Beverly Hills and you look at the park, and there’s tents in the park, we have to look at that issue very seriously,” the former Olympian said in an interview with Fox LA.

Suspects in May 18 Anti- semitic Attack  Released On Bail

Suspects in May 18 Anti- semitic Attack Released On Bail

Police made their first arrest in the evening of May 21 “at a residence outside the City of Los Angeles,” according to a statement, taking Pabon into custody with help from Los Angeles and Inland Empire teams from the United States Marshal Service taskforce.

Council Looks Ahead to Future of Tourism in Beverly Hills

Council Looks Ahead to Future of Tourism in Beverly Hills

“This past year, regardless of the challenges that businesses had, we had one of our largest engagements. Not just local, but also worldwide,” she said, highlighting large growth on Instagram and Pinterest. 

West Hollywood Announces Lineup for LBGTQ Arts Festival

West Hollywood Announces Lineup for LBGTQ Arts Festival

An Oasis Theater Company, NewStages, is holding four online events in a series called “Secret Lives: stories, music and original writings by LGBTQ+ seniors.”

Beverly Hills City Council Responds to Alleged  Anti-Semitic Attacks

Beverly Hills City Council Responds to Alleged Anti-Semitic Attacks

“The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas is painful to witness,” said the Beverly Hills City Council. “After a peaceful period in recent years, lives are once again being lost in senseless violence emerging from a place of hate.”

Courier Wins Three Prestigious Journalism Awards

Courier Wins Three Prestigious Journalism Awards

Il Pastaio Robbery Suspects Appear in Court

Il Pastaio Robbery Suspects Appear in Court

Soon, McGhee, Powell, and a third suspect descended on Belhassen, who described the experience to the Courier in the immediate aftermath of the incident. “I just saw them walking down, then running towards me with a gun,” he said.

Beverly Hills Native Wants to be State’s Next Top Cop

Beverly Hills Native Wants to be State’s Next Top Cop

Voters will not cast ballots for attorney general until November 8, 2022. The Courier spoke with Hochman about his childhood in Beverly Hills, his career, and his hopes for California. 

Beverly Hills Community Farm Establishes Roots

Beverly Hills Community Farm Establishes Roots

“As an educational farm, our goal is to really teach people about the benefits of eating food locally, growing food locally, growing in an environmentally sustainable way,” Levy told the Courier.

Fight Over Eldercare Home Ends with Developer Win

Fight Over Eldercare Home Ends with Developer Win

“We all feel very similar that elder care is extremely important,” Nikki Vescovi told the Courier.

Bicyclist Hit by Vehicle on Sunset

Bicyclist Hit by Vehicle on Sunset

On April 29 at 8:40 a.m., the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) reported a bicyclist was injured after being hit by a vehicle at Sunset Boulevard and Rodeo Drive.

City of Beverly Hills Launches #ReThinkBHTap Campaign

City of Beverly Hills Launches #ReThinkBHTap Campaign

“Our Public Works Department puts in an enormous amount of effort to ensure we continue to deliver clean tap water so that our community as well as the environment remains healthy for the future,” said Beverly Hills Mayor Bob Wunderlich.

Two Indicted for Beverly Hills Hate Crimes

Two Indicted for Beverly Hills Hate Crimes

Chalikyan and Stepanyan are charged with one count of conspiracy and five hate crimes.

West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey Horvath Announces Candidacy for L.A. Board  of Supervisors

West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey Horvath Announces Candidacy for L.A. Board of Supervisors

“I’m already working on these issues for West Hollywood, we have experience getting the job done, and we can expand upon it,” Horvath told the Courier.

In honor of Israel’s 73rd Independence Day

In honor of Israel’s 73rd Independence Day

In honor of Israel’s 73rd Independence Day, members of the City Council were joined by Consul General Dr. Hillel Newman as City Hall was illuminated in blue light.

Pianos to Sing for Hope in Beverly Hills this Summer

Pianos to Sing for Hope in Beverly Hills this Summer

“We definitely want the business district in this,” Vice Chair, Deborah Frank, said at the meeting. “We’re forming a committee and we’re going to specifically target underwriters for this entire event. That’s our goal. To support it with fundraising as we did for the Visions in Light: Windows on the Wallis.”

Much- Missed Community  Services Reopening in Beverly Hills

Much- Missed Community Services Reopening in Beverly Hills

We are eager to see you all in person, to connect you physically and socially with one another, and to support your well-being—mind, body and spirit,” said Rogers. 

Metro D Line Update

Metro D Line Update

The Metro D Line will have two stops in Beverly Hills: Wilshire/La Cienega, expected to be complete in 2024, and a Wilshire/Rodeo station in 2025. 

Charges Filed Against BH Minor in Fatal Lamborghini Crash

Charges Filed Against BH Minor in Fatal Lamborghini Crash

Advocates for Munoz alleged that the teen driver was not being charged because of the influence of his father, Beverly Hills resident and businessman James Khuri.

Driver in Grossman Death will Change Plea to Guilty

Driver in Grossman Death will Change Plea to Guilty

While the official court docket has yet to reflect the change in disposition, Shapiro said that “the terms are still being ironed out.” He expects the change to be formalized around May or June.

UCLA Win Sparks Risky Revelry

UCLA Win Sparks Risky Revelry

“After COVID for a year and a half, we all just want to celebrate,” a student who identified himself as John told the Courier.

Courier Exclusive: Gascón  Responds to Council’s No  Confidence Vote

Courier Exclusive: Gascón Responds to Council’s No Confidence Vote

But let’s continue in this imaginary world. Let’s say that in this imaginary world, you have the thief that walks in with his calculator, starts taking things and adding them up.

Israeli Officials Voted in L.A. for Israeli Knesset

Israeli Officials Voted in L.A. for Israeli Knesset

“We are celebrating Israel’s strength of democracy by voting today. We hope for a stable government which will continue the positive trend of Israeli innovation and normalizing of relations with the Arab world,” said Dr. Hillel Newman, Consul General of Israel for the Pacific Southwest, as he cast his vote. 

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures To Debut Virtual  Programming

Academy Museum of Motion Pictures To Debut Virtual Programming

Movies will come home to the new museum. And they will do so in an immersive, dynamic format befitting a medium that has captured the world’s imagination since the latter part of the 19th century.

Beverly Hills Teen Booked in Fatal Car Crash

Beverly Hills Teen Booked in Fatal Car Crash

“Monique’s death is a giant loss for her family, our community and for all of us as Angelenos,” a representative for the D.A.’s office told the Courier.

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to Host Virtual Event

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to Host Virtual Event

“One Survivor Remembers” relates  Klein’s harrowing story of survival, both before and after the war. Home Box Office and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum co-produced the documentary film, which was awarded both an Emmy and an Academy Award. 

Lady Gaga’s Friend Shot, Dogs Stolen

Lady Gaga’s Friend Shot, Dogs Stolen

A high-profile dog theft took place Wednesday night when a man shot a dog walker and absconded with two French bulldogs belonging to musician Lady Gaga.

WeHo to Close Robertson on Weekends

WeHo to Close Robertson on Weekends

“We know that our businesses and our visitors and our residents are responsible, and they want to do the right thing,” D’Amico said at the Feb. 16 Regular Meeting.

AT&T Outage Hits Trousdale

AT&T Outage Hits Trousdale

Additionally, residents are asked to contact the Public Works Department at 310-285-2467 if they know of anyone that may need assistance who does not have access to a cell phone. 

Governor Newsom Extends Eviction Moratorium

Governor Newsom Extends Eviction Moratorium

In addition to providing aid to income-qualified tenants financially impacted by the pandemic, the program incentives property owners to forgive back rent.

City Council Authorizes  Additional $1 Million for Private Security in Beverly Hills

City Council Authorizes Additional $1 Million for Private Security in Beverly Hills

“Information suggests that some ideologically-motivated violent extremists with objections to the exercise of governmental authority and the presidential transition, as well as other perceived grievances fueled by false narratives, could continue to mobilize to incite or commit violence,” the bulletin reads.

Salon Owner Indicted on Seven Counts for Capitol Riot

Salon Owner Indicted on Seven Counts for Capitol Riot

“The magistrate here in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon set bond for Bisignano, which we objected to on behalf of our colleagues in the District of Columbia,” United States Attorney’s Office Director of Media Relations Thom Mrozek previously told the Courier.

Milestone Reached in COVID-19 Casualties

Milestone Reached in COVID-19 Casualties

“To continue to drive down transmission, we all must commit to taking the actions that work to slow COVID-19 spread. When more sectors re-open the risk of COVID-19 transmission increases, because people are interacting more with non-household members.

WeHo Council Considers Hazard Pay for Grocery Store Workers

WeHo Council Considers Hazard Pay for Grocery Store Workers

“Grocery store employees, I believe, are some of the unsung heroes of this epidemic and they must be compensated for their work,” said Councilmember John D’Amico.

Metro Announces Extended Work Hours at Ogden Yard

Metro Announces Extended Work Hours at Ogden Yard

As part of the Federal government’s Coronavirus Guidance for America, transportation infrastructure is considered an “Essential Critical Infrastructure.”

Blood Donations Urgently Needed

Blood Donations Urgently Needed

“What ends up happening is that we have to piece together blood deliveries from different sources,” Romero said.

Two Certified Wildlife Habitats Created in WeHo

Two Certified Wildlife Habitats Created in WeHo

“Supporting and welcoming back native plants and animals to our City is part of our larger sustainability efforts,” said City of West Hollywood Councilmember John D’Amico. “And we encourage everyone with a garden of any size to certify their garden as a Community Wildlife Habitat with NWF.”

Current Events Stoke  Anti-Semitism Fears on  Holocaust Remembrance Day

Current Events Stoke Anti-Semitism Fears on Holocaust Remembrance Day

“Just as Americans responded to the attack on 9/11 with a determination to defeat jihadist terrorism, we must now respond to the attack on 1/6 with a determination to defeat far-right extremism and domestic terrorism.”

Beverly Hills Salon Owner Ordered Back Into Federal Custody

Beverly Hills Salon Owner Ordered Back Into Federal Custody

“Later that evening, prosecutors in D.C. obtained a stay and a detention order from a judge in D.C.”

Local Businesses Join Effort to Recall Governor Newsom

Local Businesses Join Effort to Recall Governor Newsom

“It’s not about political consultants and political action committees,” Economy said. “It’s just about people organizing who are passionately against a candidate.”

Beverly Hills PD on Full Alert for Inauguration Next Week

Beverly Hills PD on Full Alert for Inauguration Next Week

“As Inauguration Day approaches and with the potential of increased protest activity across the country, the city is working to ensure your safety.

Beverly Hills Salon Owner Recounts Her Actions in D.C. Riot

Beverly Hills Salon Owner Recounts Her Actions in D.C. Riot

“I was caught up, I was scared, I was excited,” Bisignano told the Courier.

City Council Begins New Year in Unprecedented Times

City Council Begins New Year in Unprecedented Times

“We’re at a time and place where, as you can imagine, the news report is not great news, but I don’t think it is necessarily unexpected news,” Director of Finance Jeff Muir primed the Council at the Study Session.

WeHo Council Seeks to Name Library After Justice Ginsberg

WeHo Council Seeks to Name Library After Justice Ginsberg

“Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an icon for women, for the LGBT community, for workers, and every progressive value that West Hollywood holds,” said Councilmember Sepi Shyne. “Justice Ginsburg expanded access to the American promise of liberty and equality for all. Her legacy is felt by all of us and her decisions have positively affected every person living in West Hollywood.”

Windows of WeHo Project Seeks Artists

Windows of WeHo Project Seeks Artists

Officials hope that placing art in vacant storefronts will bring increased attention to vacant commercial properties, deter graffiti and vandalism and contribute to the preservation of the business community.

Viral Courier Story Shows  Importance of Local Reporting

Viral Courier Story Shows Importance of Local Reporting

“This thread is so embarrassing to the human race,” tweeted director Judd Appatow, sharing the thread of videos compiled by the Courier.

Justin Bieber NYE Concert Shoot in Beverly Hills

Justin Bieber NYE Concert Shoot in Beverly Hills

Singer Justin Bieber has been practicing for a New Year’s Eve performance in front of the Beverly Hilton Hotel. “T-Mobile Presents: NYE Live with Justin Bieber” will stream live this evening at 7:15 p.m. PST and re-air twice on New Year’s Day.

WeHo Approves Scooters and E-Bikes

WeHo Approves Scooters and E-Bikes

“Ever since our founding in 2018, we have called West Hollywood home. I can promise you that no one would be more excited than us to follow the guidelines and make sure we make this community of West Hollywood proud,” said Wheels Chief Development Officer Paul Vizcaino.

Metro to Reclose Constellation Boulevard Through April

Metro to Reclose Constellation Boulevard Through April

During the closures, no vehicle access will be permitted on Constellation Boulevard west of Avenue of the Stars up to Solar Way. Local access west of Solar Way will be maintained. Driveways into Westfield Mall and Constellation Place will remain accessible.

La Scala Responds

La Scala Responds

To begin with, we’d like to thank the many people who have been supportive of us for almost 65 years. You have believed in us and have continuously supported us through COVID-19 and now through this. Your messages of support have been received and appreciated more than you know.

WeHo Enacts COVID-19 Grocery Store Ordinance

WeHo Enacts COVID-19 Grocery Store Ordinance

“The proposed ordinance is necessary in order to assist in protecting essential workers and customers from the potential risk of exposure to COVID-19,” reads a staff report compiled for the Dec. 21 Regular Meeting.

Council Won’t Challenge Enhanced Density Bonus for Beverly Hills

Council Won’t Challenge Enhanced Density Bonus for Beverly Hills

“It is possible that [the Department of Housing and Community Development] could view such an ordinance negatively, which could impact the City’s ability to achieve a certified housing element.

Council Extends Beverly Hills Hotel Tax Deferral

Council Extends Beverly Hills Hotel Tax Deferral

“We’re a partner with these hotels,” Councilmember Lili Bosse said. “They’ve been a tremendous asset to us with TOT funding in the years past, and this year, things are really challenging. We need to be a partner with them, as well.”

Registration Open for Beverly Hills Winter Classes

Registration Open for Beverly Hills Winter Classes

The teddy bear workshop on Dec. 21 takes place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and is recommended for ages 16 and older. This workshop requires basic hand sewing skills, and a sewing machine is highly recommended. 

The Beverly Hills Police Department is On the Neighbors by Ring App

The Beverly Hills Police Department is On the Neighbors by Ring App

The BHPD can view what local residents have posted publicly to Neighbors and can now chime in with relevant updates or safety alerts.

Limited Edition of New Ringo Starr Book Available

Limited Edition of New Ringo Starr Book Available

In time to celebrate the new year, Starr has also released a new song,  “Here’s to the Nights,” from his upcoming EP Zoom In, set to arrive March 19th, 2021.

John Mirisch Joins Action on Smoking and Health Board of Trustees

John Mirisch Joins Action on Smoking and Health Board of Trustees

“His extensive experience in public health policymaking will make him an ideal advocate for ASH and its partners as we work towards zero deaths from tobacco,” the statement read.

Amid a Staggering Wave,  Vaccine Brings a Ray of Hope

Amid a Staggering Wave, Vaccine Brings a Ray of Hope

“I am incredibly excited to be among the first group of healthcare workers to be offered the vaccine,” Dr. Sam Torbati, co-chair and medical director of the Ruth and Harry Roman Emergency Department at Cedars-Sinai, said in a statement.

BHUSD Installs New Board of Education

BHUSD Installs New Board of Education

“We are delighted to hit the ground running with our newly installed Board of Education. I have every confidence that they will lead us through what is now the worst time of the pandemic for our community toward the best educational decisions for all of our students, staff, and families,” Bregy told the Courier.

Beverly Hills Settles Another  Spagnoli Suit

Beverly Hills Settles Another Spagnoli Suit

In the complaint, the officers allege that “racial animus was a motivation for Chief Spagnoli’s decision to ‘merge’ the Parking Enforcement Division within the Police Department.” The complaint also details a number of interactions with Spagnoli that the Black officers felt indicated a discomfort or “animus” toward Black people.

Restoring a Hollywood Legend in Beverly Hills

Restoring a Hollywood Legend in Beverly Hills

The Zaslavs’ purpose in restoring Woodland is to “ensure that the property is enjoyed in its original state for generations to come,” said Jason Somers, President of Crest Real Estate, who oversees the project.

Melrose Gunman Still at Large

Melrose Gunman Still at Large

Davonte W. Clepper, 28-years-old, sustained multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene according to Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s records. A second victim, in his 20’s, was also struck by gun fire. According to police, he was taken to a hospital for treatment and is listed in serious condition, police said. His name was withheld.

Beverly Hills Residents Face Solid Waste Rate Hikes

Beverly Hills Residents Face Solid Waste Rate Hikes

“Reserves are important for a healthy fund and we really do look at the enterprise funds as though they were their own business,” said Councilmember Julian Gold.

Playgrounds Reopen in  Beverly Hills

Playgrounds Reopen in Beverly Hills

“We understand the need for adults and children to be outdoors and recreate, and we are happy to reopen our playgrounds, however, we ask that you recreate responsibly for the safety of you as well as your neighbors. To ensure the safety of its park and playground visitors, the City of Beverly Hills will have staff on hand to monitor compliance.”

Beverly Hills Students Take Virtual Tour of USC

Beverly Hills Students Take Virtual Tour of USC

“It’s never too early for students to think about college and their futures, even during a pandemic,” Jeffries, a USC graduate herself, told the Courier.

Gascón Brings Sweeping Changes On Day One

Gascón Brings Sweeping Changes On Day One

“I recognize that for many this is a new path,” Gascón said in his address.

Beverly Hills Council Considers Own Health Department

Beverly Hills Council Considers Own Health Department

“I think that we have certainly shown that health is a priority in terms of leadership and the choices that we’ve made as a City,” Bosse said. “So, for me, I believe this is the absolute next step in taking our City to that place.”

Legal Blow to Mixed Use Referendum in Beverly Hills

Legal Blow to Mixed Use Referendum in Beverly Hills

“It’s really not a safe thing to do. You can’t go door to door,” Darian Bojeaux told the Courier.

COVID-19 Update in Beverly Hills

COVID-19 Update in Beverly Hills

The Gifting Scene in Beverly Hills

The Gifting Scene in Beverly Hills

It’s been a challenging year and with stores open at only 20 percent capacity, shopping could also be tricky this holiday season as well.

Council Considers Expanding Affordable Housing Project

Council Considers Expanding Affordable Housing Project

“We recognize the need for affordable housing,” said Councilmember John Mirisch. “Here, we have an extremely unique opportunity.”

Council Addresses Mask Ordinance Enforcement

Council Addresses Mask Ordinance Enforcement

“Our ordinance is, if you don’t have a face covering, not if you’re not wearing it—you see the difference? If you have one in your pocket, you’re free to go,” the Ranger says.

Holiday Lights Shining Brightly in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Holiday Lights Shining Brightly in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Outside the City, numerous light displays can be enjoyed from the safety and comfort of your vehicle or in socially-distanced walking settings. Here are some highlights:

Beverly Hills Community Grants Available

Beverly Hills Community Grants Available

The last round of funding grants was awarded to 19 organizations that provide services to seniors, homeless, cover physical and mental health, culture and more.

Beverly Hills Demands Action Against County Dining Ban

Beverly Hills Demands Action Against County Dining Ban

Starting Dec. 3 at midnight, Los Angeles County will begin accepting applications for $30,000 grants to small restaurant owners struggling to make ends meet during a pandemic that has now shut down outdoor dining.

Newsom Issues New Regional Stay-At-Home Order

Newsom Issues New Regional Stay-At-Home Order

“If we don’t act now, our hospital system will be overwhelmed,” Newsom said.

Beverly Hills Challenging RHNA Number

Beverly Hills Challenging RHNA Number

“In analyzing information provided in September 2020 by Freddie Mac and the Embarcadero Institute, it is clear HCD’s determination of the overall housing shortage in California is flawed,” the letter, written by City Manager George Chavez, says.

Zoom Meeting for “Just in Case BH”

Zoom Meeting for “Just in Case BH”

“Just in Case BH” is a recently launched, neighborhood-based emergency preparedness and action program.

Nessah Vandal Sentenced

Nessah Vandal Sentenced

“The District Attorney’s Office has been aware of the extraordinary impact that this offense had on Nessah Synagogue and its congregation, and on the community at large, since its commission,” Head Deputy D.A. Steven Katz told the Courier.

Beverly Hills City Council to  Review Closure of In-Person  Restaurant Dining

Beverly Hills City Council to Review Closure of In-Person Restaurant Dining

The County modified its Health Order to allow only delivery, drive-thru services and takeout at restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries for a minimum of three weeks beginning at 10 p.m. Nov. 25.

Health and Safety Commission Honors COVID Response

Health and Safety Commission Honors COVID Response

“Early on in the COVID crisis we recognized, as did this commission, that we were going to have a number of people that were going to be what we call food insecure and we wanted to try as a city to address that need the best way that we know how,” said Director of Community Services Jenny Rogers, speaking on behalf of the honored staff.

BHHS Alum Nominated to Head DHS

BHHS Alum Nominated to Head DHS

“We have no time to lose when it comes to our national security and foreign policy,” Biden said in a statement.

Beverly Hills Hit Hard by New Dining Restrictions

Beverly Hills Hit Hard by New Dining Restrictions

“I have never experienced the kind of pushback I am hearing,” Hahn said of the in-person dining ban. “The public doesn’t think that that recommendation is right, and they don’t think it’s going to work, and they are really losing faith and trust in the decisions that we’re making.”

Council Bans Unpermitted  Assemblies at Beverly  Gardens Park

Council Bans Unpermitted Assemblies at Beverly Gardens Park

“These gatherings definitely restrict the ability of others in the community to enjoy Beverly Gardens Park for other public uses, including recreation,” said City Attorney Laurence Weiner.

Final Work Finishing on BHUSD Oil Well Project

Final Work Finishing on BHUSD Oil Well Project

“Work is now in progress to address minor leaks on the two wells previously identified to require additional plugging work. This additional plugging work is anticipated to be completed by December 2020,” Beverly Hills Director of Public Works Shana Epstein told the Courier.

Community Meeting Set for Draft Complete Streets Plan

Community Meeting Set for Draft Complete Streets Plan

The Draft Complete Streets Plan is a mobility policy plan that includes a comprehensive analysis of pedestrian, bicycle, street networks, and emerging transportation modes and technologies.

Council Expands Medical Use, Continues Scooter Ban

Council Expands Medical Use, Continues Scooter Ban

“We are deeply saddened that the city staff did not reach out to us before bringing this item back before council without updated data figures,” Tim Harder, senior manager for government partnerships for Bird, said in a written comment.

Limited Stay at Home Order Takes Effect

Limited Stay at Home Order Takes Effect

To date, the agency has identified 353,232 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County, and a total of 7,363 deaths. In Beverly Hills, there have been 870 cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths.

Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis Open Now

Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis Open Now

The City of Beverly Hills and Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts have teamed up with TZ Projects to launch “Visions in Light: Windows on The Wallis.”

FEATURE INTERVIEW – RINGO STARR – A Rare Conversation

FEATURE INTERVIEW – RINGO STARR – A Rare Conversation

I send peace and love to everyone having a hard time or feeling lonely. It is a tough time, but we all have to get through this together.

City Council Approves  Settlement with Metro

City Council Approves Settlement with Metro

“I support the settlement agreement,” said Vice Mayor Robert Wunderlich. “I do think it provides benefits for both the City and Metro.”

Feedback Sought on Temporary Intersection Enhancements

Feedback Sought on Temporary Intersection Enhancements

The demonstration project aims to illustrate the potential for pedestrian amenities that could be expanded in other parts of the City. The project will remain in place for at least six months.

Beverly Hills Adopts Mixed Use Ordinance

Beverly Hills Adopts Mixed Use Ordinance

“It’s a form of corporate welfare and it’s a developer giveaway—there’s just no other way to put it,” he said.

BHPD Makes Arrest in Alleged Hate Crime

BHPD Makes Arrest in Alleged Hate Crime

How Beverly Hills Voted

How Beverly Hills Voted

Two out of the 15 precincts in the City supported President Trump’s reelection.

Finance Committee Considers Changes to Bid Process

Finance Committee Considers Changes to Bid Process

“In a City where demands are high for new projects and services, this would assist departments in being able to enter into these contracts more quickly, but with the same level of compliance required on an annual basis for obtaining quotes/formal bids, respectively based on the annual purchasing thresholds,” it reads.

Halloween Haunts in Beverly Hills

Halloween Haunts in Beverly Hills

“We’re building a house on Alta Drive, but while it is under construction, we wanted to keep the festivities going,” Flagg told the Courier.

Janet Salter
 — December 10, 1922 – October 31, 2020

Janet Salter
 — December 10, 1922 – October 31, 2020

Early on, she became part of the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild, which honored comedians, actors and singers and raised funds for struggling playwrights.

Freedom Rally Tests City’s New Security

Freedom Rally Tests City’s New Security

“The hiring of Santa Paula PD, the hiring of the security guards, wasn’t on a whim,” he said. “It was months of planning.”

Restaurant in Beverly Hills Victimized by Alleged Hate Crime

Restaurant in Beverly Hills Victimized by Alleged Hate Crime

Still, he added, “Even after it all happened, we don’t hate anybody.”

Election Results for BHUSD School Board and Measure RP

Election Results for BHUSD School Board and Measure RP

Trailing slightly behind Stern, Tryfman came in at 16.82 percent of the vote, with 4,343 ballots cast in her favor.

Memorial Held for  BHHS Student

Memorial Held for BHHS Student

Given the ongoing pandemic, the Jewish Club implemented strict social distancing measures and mandatory face coverings at the memorial.

Fire Damages JEM Community Center in Beverly Hills

Fire Damages JEM Community Center in Beverly Hills

According to Barton, the fire was extinguished in 20 minutes.

Beverly Hills City Council  Passes Ordinance on Assemblies

Beverly Hills City Council Passes Ordinance on Assemblies

“My instinct is, and I’ve talked to an awful lot of people about this, and they’re nervous,” Councilmember Dr. Julian Gold said.

Mixed Use Sparks Debate

Mixed Use Sparks Debate

“It’s the same findings and same discretionary review process that any commercial building or multifamily building is subjected to,” Gohlich said.

Solid Waste Rate Hike in Store for Beverly Hills in 2021

Solid Waste Rate Hike in Store for Beverly Hills in 2021

“The state requires 50 percent diversion,” she explained. “We’ve had 60 percent diversion for a number of years, sometimes higher.”

Jackie Lacey Sued This Week by BLM-LA Co-founder

Jackie Lacey Sued This Week by BLM-LA Co-founder

“If there was merit in this lawsuit or if it was being offered sincerely, it would have been filed at some point prior to today.”

Beverly Hills Courier Endorses Donna Tryfman and Mary Wells for School Board

Beverly Hills Courier Endorses Donna Tryfman and Mary Wells for School Board

Beverly Hills Police Department Prepares for Election Day

Beverly Hills Police Department Prepares for Election Day

The City will start implementing the security measures on Oct. 31.

Beverly Hills Announces New  Inter-Commission Collaborative

Beverly Hills Announces New Inter-Commission Collaborative

Arts & Culture Commissioner Deborah Frank pointed out the groundbreaking nature of the new collaboration.

BHUSD Candidates Make Their Case

BHUSD Candidates Make Their Case

The Courier asked the seven candidates vying for one of three open seats to describe how each would address some of the biggest challenges the District faces.

Packed Agenda for Beverly Hills City Council on Oct. 13

Packed Agenda for Beverly Hills City Council on Oct. 13

“Thomas embodies exactly what this award is about,” said Human Relations Commission Chair Ori Blumenfeld.

City Council Agrees to $4.8M for Additional Security and Police

City Council Agrees to $4.8M for Additional Security and Police

“As you know, the challenges facing the City and this department over the last year have greatly increased,” said Chief Rivetti, justifying the overhires

COVID-19 Makes Halloween Too Scary for  Beverly Hills

COVID-19 Makes Halloween Too Scary for Beverly Hills

“We want to keep heading down the path of recovery from COVID-19, we don’t want to take steps back,” Friedman told the Courier.

Beverly Hills Mixed Use  Ordinance Considered by  City Council

Beverly Hills Mixed Use Ordinance Considered by City Council

“The number of housing units would be based on the site area of the project, and the height is based on the neighboring properties maximum height,” she said.

Beverly Hills Considers Appeal to Housing Allotment

Beverly Hills Considers Appeal to Housing Allotment

“For example, an ‘unrealistically high’ RHNA allocation based on market trends and lack of vacant land is not considered to be legitimate grounds for appeal,” the Staff Report reads.

Clean Power Alliance Doubles COVID-19 Customer  Relief Commitment

Clean Power Alliance Doubles COVID-19 Customer Relief Commitment

Under the CPA bill credit program, residential customers are entitled to a one-time $25 bill credit when they sign up for certain statewide programs.

Williams & Williams to Launch Their Own Firm

Williams & Williams to Launch Their Own Firm

They are also experienced designers and developers.

L.A. County Rolls Out New Health  Measures

L.A. County Rolls Out New Health Measures

“The County’s partnership with SafePass is a valuable tool to help slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout our region,” said Supervisor Kathryn Barger, Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

Spirit of Hope Lunch Will Take Place Virtually

Spirit of Hope Lunch Will Take Place Virtually

Funds raised at this year’s luncheon will support Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s work in the areas of both cancer research and patient support.

Courier on SpectrumNews1

Courier on SpectrumNews1

Simon Wiesenthal Center  Applauds Newsom’s Veto on  Ethnic Studies Requirement

Simon Wiesenthal Center Applauds Newsom’s Veto on Ethnic Studies Requirement

On Oct. 1, the Simon Wiesenthal Center released a statement commending Newsom’s veto of the bill.

Voting Begins in Beverly Hills

Voting Begins in Beverly Hills

“Once a voter enters the Vote Center, the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder staff manages the voting experience which would include the enforcement of social distancing and face covering requirements inside the Vote Center,” City Clerk Huma Ahmed told the Courier.

Beverly Hills Small Businesses Are Resilient

Beverly Hills Small Businesses Are Resilient

“We are trying to survive but we only have room for seven tables outside,” owner Saeyoung (aka Sara) told the Courier. 

UCLA’s Andrea Ghez Wins  Nobel Prize in Physics

UCLA’s Andrea Ghez Wins Nobel Prize in Physics

“Twenty-five years is a long time,” Ghez said of her career.

Beverly Hills Bar Association Hosts D.A. Debate

Beverly Hills Bar Association Hosts D.A. Debate

Gascon said that qualified immunity was primarily a federal issue, “however, I believe that state law can definitely provide relief.”

Weekend Sees A Trio of Protests in Beverly Hills

Weekend Sees A Trio of Protests in Beverly Hills

Commission Recommends a Ban on Trick-or-Treating in Beverly Hills

Commission Recommends a Ban on Trick-or-Treating in Beverly Hills

Much of Beverly Hills has forgotten about the virus, but the virus hasn’t forgotten about us.”

No Labor Day COVID-19 Spike

No Labor Day COVID-19 Spike

“To everyone who is mourning people who have passed away from COVID-19, we keep you in our thoughts and in our hearts,” said Director of Public Health Dr. Barbara Ferrer in a statement.

Beverly Hills Fire Department Promotes Fire Prevention Week

Beverly Hills Fire Department Promotes Fire Prevention Week

The purpose of the campaign is to educate community members about important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe when it comes to home fire prevention.

Beverly Hills Mixed Use on  Agenda at Upcoming Hearings

Beverly Hills Mixed Use on Agenda at Upcoming Hearings

The density “bonus” and other concessions that a developer receives depend on certain factors. Those factors include the percentage of affordable housing units in a project and the level of affordability of those units.

Beverly Hills Courier Fall Fashion Style Magazine

Beverly Hills Courier Fall Fashion Style Magazine

The Courier’s Fall Fashion Style Magazine features exclusive interviews and fashion previews, trends from the (virtual) N.Y. runways, insights from L.A.’s hottest stylists and more.

EDD Fraud Arrests Continue in Beverly Hills

EDD Fraud Arrests Continue in Beverly Hills

The Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) continues to make arrests connected to California Employment Development Department (EDD) fraud.

L.A. County Remains at Tier 1 Risk Level

L.A. County Remains at Tier 1 Risk Level

As the United States passes the tragic milestone of 200,000 lives lost to COVID-19, Los Angeles County officials warn that the County may be on the brink of another spike unless residents continue observing health precautions.

Hundreds Gather for Rosh Hashanah Observance at Beverly Hills Park

Hundreds Gather for Rosh Hashanah Observance at Beverly Hills Park

The pandemic has curtailed indoor religious services, leaving so many wondering how to pray, hear the shofar and come together during the Jewish High Holy Days.

Park Rangers Adjust to New Role in Pandemic

Park Rangers Adjust to New Role in Pandemic

As COVID-19 has reshaped our relationship with public spaces, it has also added challenges for those tasked with maintaining those spaces.

Nate ‘n Al’s Continues Operations on North Beverly Drive

Nate ‘n Al’s Continues Operations on North Beverly Drive

A joint statement released on Sept. 23 by the City of Beverly Hills and “Nate ‘n Al’s Then and Now” announced that the iconic Beverly Hills delicatessen, Nate ‘n Al’s, will remain open at its current location at 414 North Beverly Drive.

Holocaust Education Crucial as Extremism Rises

Holocaust Education Crucial as Extremism Rises

Since sundown on Sept. 18, Jews around the world began observing their holiest days on the calendar in the strange, virtual format of the era of COVID-19.

A Fashion Phenom in Beverly Hills

A Fashion Phenom in Beverly Hills

From Compton to Couture. From learning in sweat shops to presenting on the biggest Fashion Week runways around the world, Johana Hernandez is a Latinx millennial sensation.

BHPD Confiscates Nearly $3 Million in EDD Fraud Arrests

BHPD Confiscates Nearly $3 Million in EDD Fraud Arrests

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the EDD has paid out more than $81.8 billion in unemployment benefits since March.

Beverly Center Paints the City

Beverly Center Paints the City

“Beverly Center is proud to partner with PTCP and this group of talented local artists to provide a public space to showcase their meaningful work as a way to create positive change in our community,” said Jackie Plaza, Marketing and Sponsorship Director of Beverly Center.

Beverly Hills Residents Voice Support for Protestors

Beverly Hills Residents Voice Support for Protestors

For Liza Raffi, a Persian-Jewish graduate of Beverly Hills High School who addressed the Regular Meeting via video, the statements by police were “callous and disingenuous.”

Beverly Hills City Council  Supports Prop. 20

Beverly Hills City Council Supports Prop. 20

Citing unintended consequences and increasing crime statistics, Prop. 20 advocates say it is time to amend those laws.

Preparedness Takes Center Stage in Beverly Hills

Preparedness Takes Center Stage in Beverly Hills

The City already has a head start in the preparedness arena. In July, it launched “Just in Case, BH” to keep the community informed and well connected in the event of a  natural disaster or other local emergency.

Counseling During COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

Counseling During COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

“They’re very familiar with the remote platforms,” Callah said. “Their classes are being taught over Zoom, and they know that this is the reality, but I think it’s also a very, very far cry from what they had expected to be doing when they envisioned themselves starting out their clinical work, seeing their first clients.”

Rent Assistance Program Approved

Rent Assistance Program Approved

“It’s not so much the assets,” Councilmember Dr. Julian Gold clarified, “it’s the amount of income the assets generate on a monthly basis.”

Beverly Hills Police Seize $500,000 in Fraudulent Debit Cards

Beverly Hills Police Seize $500,000 in Fraudulent Debit Cards

Police Chief Dominick Rivetti described additional details to the Courier about the methods used by the scammers.

Beverly Hills Lags in Census  Response

Beverly Hills Lags in Census Response

While census data collection was originally scheduled to end on Aug. 15, Congress granted the Census Bureau an extension until Oct. 31 given the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. But the census found itself the subject of controversy yet again when the Bureau announced it would cease operations at the end of September, citing the Dec. 31 deadline to send the final count to Congress.

Rent Stabilization Commission Referees Landlords-Tenants

Rent Stabilization Commission Referees Landlords-Tenants

In the Sept. 9 hearing, the commission adjudicated its second tenant-landlord dispute, a contentious case involving a tenant in a luxury penthouse apartment on Roxbury Drive. In that case, the tenant, a producer, claimed that her income had been substantially impacted by the shutdown of the film and TV industry.

Cedars-Sinai Hosting Beverly Hills Blood Drive

Cedars-Sinai Hosting Beverly Hills Blood Drive

Donors must be at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health. Individuals taking common daily medications (cholesterol, blood pressure, birth control, antidepressants, thyroid, even diabetics taking insulin) may donate blood.

COVID-19 May Curtail  Halloween in Beverly Hills

COVID-19 May Curtail Halloween in Beverly Hills

To date, Public Health has identified 249,859 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County, and a total of 6,090 deaths.

CORE Offers COVID-19 Testing

CORE Offers COVID-19 Testing

CORE is offering private testing to production units first due to the highly contained and close-knit nature of the communities. The organization has been commissioned by the AFI Film School to provide testing services for their student film productions.

WeHo to Reopen Helen Albert Farmers’ Market on Sept. 14

WeHo to Reopen Helen Albert Farmers’ Market on Sept. 14

West Hollywood is encouraging customers to limit interactions with other customers and vendors and to move through the Farmers’ Market as quickly as possible in order to allow for others waiting for entrance to have an opportunity to shop.

Visionary Women to Feature  “Tiger Mom” Author Amy Chua in Virtual Salon

Visionary Women to Feature “Tiger Mom” Author Amy Chua in Virtual Salon

Chua has lectured widely around the world, including at the World Bank, the Aspen Ideas Festival, the Brookings Institution, the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, and the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Voting Procedures Announced for Beverly Hills

Voting Procedures Announced for Beverly Hills

“While we really can’t say for sure what our situation will be in November, we have no choice but to plan based on information we have today,” said City Clerk Huma Ahmed.

Labor Day – New in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Labor Day – New in Beverly Hills and Beyond

Michelin-star Chef Brendan Collins of Fia in Santa Monica has gone back to his British roots with Market Tavern at the Original Farmers Market.

Cafe@BHUSD Will Feed All Beverly Hills Children

Cafe@BHUSD Will Feed All Beverly Hills Children

“We are delighted to be able to offer at no charge an abundance of fresh, healthy produce for all Beverly Hills children!

Councilmember Mirisch Calls for Social Justice

Councilmember Mirisch Calls for Social Justice

“Clippers coach and basketball legend Doc Rivers said, ‘We’ve got to do better, but we’ve got to demand better,’” Mirisch said.

Beverly Hills City Auditor  Delivers Real Estate Report

Beverly Hills City Auditor Delivers Real Estate Report

“The report found that generally rent is escalated and assessed as required,” the audit stated.

Beverly Hills Eateries Participate in dineL.A. Restaurant Week

Beverly Hills Eateries Participate in dineL.A. Restaurant Week

“We have always had a very good turnout for dineL.A. We really like it. We have a special menu for dineL.A. and a special menu on top of that one,” said Vericella.

Beverly Hills PD Gives Advice for Pedestrian Safety Month

Beverly Hills PD Gives Advice for Pedestrian Safety Month

“Cell phone use by pedestrians does not appear to be disproportionately contributing to fatal pedestrian crashes,” the report stated.

New Name for L.A. Museum of the Holocaust

New Name for L.A. Museum of the Holocaust

“Holocaust Museum Los Angeles is a subtle, simple and powerful way of pivoting from being Los Angeles-centric to Holocaust education for the city to additionally expand to the rest of the the world,” said Beth Kean, CEO, Holocaust Museum LA.

Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial  Ceremony Cancelled

Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial Ceremony Cancelled

City officials told the Courier that since next year is the 20th anniversary of the attacks, the ceremony is expected to be larger in scale.

Beverly Hills Courier Launch Featured On Spectrum News 1

Beverly Hills Courier Launch Featured On Spectrum News 1

Another Deadly Shooting in 90210 Postal Code

Another Deadly Shooting in 90210 Postal Code

“We saw that our furniture outside our bedroom was broken and overturned,” the neighbor wrote in the police report.

Rally Turns Violent as Extremist Groups Take Part

Rally Turns Violent as Extremist Groups Take Part

Along with the “Trump 2020” flags, rally-goers also brought a Confederate flag and a “Three Percenter” flag. The Southern Poverty Law Center classifies Three Percenters as an “anti-government” group.

Beverly Hills Salons Want Full Reopening

Beverly Hills Salons Want Full Reopening

“This is the saftest place to be other than your own home,” Cristophe told the Courier. “Doing hair outside, I feel it’s really not appropriate because first of all, you’re in working 105 degrees temperature right now.

Beverly Hills Seeks Public  Comment on Metro EIR

Beverly Hills Seeks Public Comment on Metro EIR

The original plans included two stations in Beverly Hills on Wilshire/La Cienega and Wilshire/Rodeo.

County  Making  Inroads on COVID-19

County Making Inroads on COVID-19

“A very important part of our recovery is getting our children back to schools. Yesterday, the state released new guidance about newly permitted activities at all schools across the state to help students at high risk and high need. 

City Shines a Light on Overdose Awareness

City Shines a Light on Overdose Awareness

Financial resources won’t insulate a family, either. At one point, Shamash was spending $11,000 per month for her son’s treatment.

Metro Votes For WeHo and “Going Fareless”

Metro Votes For WeHo and “Going Fareless”

“L.A. Metro has a moral obligation to pursue a fareless system and help our region recover from both a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic and the devastating effects of the lack of affordability in the region,” Metro CEO Phillip Washington said.

Beverly Hills Pivots to Parklets and Hotel Offices

Beverly Hills Pivots to Parklets and Hotel Offices

The hotel sees this as a stepping-stone solution. “We certainly hope that we can all return to more ‘normal’ operations sooner rather than later, but if the need for this service remains, we are here to provide it,” added Velasquez.

Meet Beverly Hills HS Senior Who is Miss California Teen US

Meet Beverly Hills HS Senior Who is Miss California Teen US

I’m looking forward to creating more kindness walls across the United States because I saw how much of an impact it had on others and I saw how much it really changed our school overall.

Beverly Hills Investigates Local TikTok “Collab House”

Beverly Hills Investigates Local TikTok “Collab House”

“They blocked both sides of the streets with cars, they were blocking some of my neighbor’s driveways,” she told the Courier.

Beverly Hills Robberies Result in Arrests

Beverly Hills Robberies Result in Arrests

“We then called in the Los Angeles Police Department to safely stop the vehicle and the chase ensued at that point,” Subin said.

Beverly Hills Personal Care  Professionals Protest

Beverly Hills Personal Care Professionals Protest

“How is it clean for a manicurist to sit on a piece of cardboard on pavement giving someone a pedicure or cut hair in an alleyway?” Joyce Marie, owner of facial spa Joyce Marie of Beverly Hills told the Courier.

#WalkAway Rally Draws  Hundreds to Beverly Hills

#WalkAway Rally Draws Hundreds to Beverly Hills

“I want the freedom to accept or reject vaccination for myself and my minor children,” said the handout. “The state or federal government cannot force me or my minor children to be vaccinated without my express permission.”

Councilmembers Koretz and Ryu Fight Party Houses

Councilmembers Koretz and Ryu Fight Party Houses

The motion takes aim at loopholes in the current regulations around short-term rentals that allow renters to turn the properties into ad hoc nightclubs. Short-term rental and home-sharing services through sites like Craigslist and Airbnb often find themselves linked to the parties.

George Christy 1927-2020

George Christy 1927-2020

Philanthropist Wendy Goldberg, told the Courier that Christy “had one of the brightest, clearest minds of anybody I’ve ever known.

Getaway for a Day, Close to Beverly Hills

Getaway for a Day, Close to Beverly Hills

If you’re craving a more urban atmosphere, missed during your annual culture trip to New York, downtown L.A. has new skyline offerings.

Beverly Hills and L.A. Confront Party Houses

Beverly Hills and L.A. Confront Party Houses

“All around, it sounds like a high-risk experience for those who were there, and, frankly, for the loved ones they go home to,” said California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly at a briefing Aug. 4.

Nearly 550  Cases of  COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

Nearly 550 Cases of COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

As of Aug. 6, Public Health has identified 197,912 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County, and a total of 4,825 deaths.

Metro Purple Line Continues to Make Progress Through  Beverly Hills

Metro Purple Line Continues to Make Progress Through Beverly Hills

Construction continues at the future Wilshire/Rodeo station, but design plans are not yet finalized.

Medical Advisory Task Force Answers Tough COVID-19 Questions

Medical Advisory Task Force Answers Tough COVID-19 Questions

Before Mayor Lester Friedman read the first of four questions prepared by the Council, he introduced Task Force member Dr. Jonathan Fielding, one of the leading public health experts in the world. Fielding served for 16 years as the Director of Public Health and Health Officer for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and distinguished professor of Health Policy and Management and of Pediatrics in the Schools of Public Health and Medicine at UCLA.

West Hollywood City Council Considers “Pride” Alternative

West Hollywood City Council Considers “Pride” Alternative

“The Board of Directors decided to take this approach for several reasons,” the letter reads. “These include construction in West Hollywood Park, the changing demographics of Greater Los Angeles, our commitment to being responsive to the LGBTQIA+ community’s needs, and our allyship and collaboration with other movements for social change.”

BHUSD Prepares for Distance Learning

BHUSD Prepares for Distance Learning

The virtual ILC option for the fall remains the same, offering online learning exclusively for the first full semester. The deadline to enroll in the ILC has been extended to July 27 at 8 a.m., and those who do not apply for the ILC will be automatically placed in Live@BHUSD. As of July 21, 441 students — 13 percent of the student population —have enrolled in the ILC.

Other Districts and Private Schools Rollout Fall Plans

Other Districts and Private Schools Rollout Fall Plans

“SMMUSD staff want to reopen in-person as soon as possible and had been preparing to recommend an in-person option (Model B, the hybrid model that includes both in-person and distance learning). However, the steady upsurge in coronavirus cases in our region over the past several weeks combined with the advice of public health experts has led us to the conclusion that distance learning is the most prudent model to start the 2020-2021 school year.”

COVID-19 Deaths Rise Again

COVID-19 Deaths Rise Again

“Our cases are rising, the rate of infection is increasing and the number of hospitalizations are up,” Ferrer said. “These numbers are reminiscent of what we saw months ago at what we thought was going to be the height of the pandemic here in L.A. County.”

Beverly Hills and L.A. Confront Party Houses

Beverly Hills and L.A. Confront Party Houses

“All around, it sounds like a high-risk experience for those who were there, and, frankly, for the loved ones they go home to,” said California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly at a briefing Aug. 4.

Beverly Hills Loses One of its Own: Carl Reiner Dies at 98

Beverly Hills Loses One of its Own: Carl Reiner Dies at 98

Actions by City Against Protestors Under Scrutiny

Actions by City Against Protestors Under Scrutiny

City Council Votes on Measures to Ensure Safe Restaurant Reopenings

City Council Votes on Measures to Ensure Safe Restaurant Reopenings

Embedded with the Beverly Hills Protestors: One Reporter’s Story

Embedded with the Beverly Hills Protestors: One Reporter’s Story

Beverly Hills Businesses Share Fears, Desire to Rebuild

Beverly Hills Businesses Share Fears, Desire to Rebuild

BHHS Class of 2020 Graduates in Virtual Ceremony

BHHS Class of 2020 Graduates in Virtual Ceremony

Feeding the Soul in Beverly Hills

Feeding the Soul in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Readies To Adopt Mixed Use Ordinance

Beverly Hills Readies To Adopt Mixed Use Ordinance

Beverly Hills Retail Reopens, Dine-In Restaurants and Salons Still Closed

Beverly Hills Retail Reopens, Dine-In Restaurants and Salons Still Closed

Mental Health Issues Take Precedence at Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission Meeting

Mental Health Issues Take Precedence at Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission Meeting

Inaugural Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Commission Meeting June 3

Inaugural Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Commission Meeting June 3

Beverly Hills Board of Education Examines Reopening Options

Beverly Hills Board of Education Examines Reopening Options

Beverly Hills Business Recovery Begins Amidst COVID-19

Beverly Hills Business Recovery Begins Amidst COVID-19

Beverly Hills City Council Considers Cuts of $38.8 Million

Beverly Hills City Council Considers Cuts of $38.8 Million

Beverly Hills Looks to Amend Eviction Urgency Ordinance

Beverly Hills Looks to Amend Eviction Urgency Ordinance

Beverly Hills City Council Round-up

Beverly Hills City Council Round-up

Gagossian Delivers Stylish Masks for the BHPD

Gagossian Delivers Stylish Masks for the BHPD

Judge Rules Against BHUSD in Metro Lawsuit

Judge Rules Against BHUSD in Metro Lawsuit

High School Students Give Back to the Community

High School Students Give Back to the Community

Ambassadors Help Protect Beverly Hills from COVID-19

Ambassadors Help Protect Beverly Hills from COVID-19

Unauthorized COVID-19 Tests Penetrate Market

Unauthorized COVID-19 Tests Penetrate Market

COVID-19 Prompts Charities to Shift Fundraising Efforts

COVID-19 Prompts Charities to Shift Fundraising Efforts

Rodeo Drive Leads Beverly Hills Retail Reopening

Rodeo Drive Leads Beverly Hills Retail Reopening

BHUSD Reopening Date Still Uncertain

BHUSD Reopening Date Still Uncertain

Israel’s Consul General Assists During the Crisis

Israel’s Consul General Assists During the Crisis

Local Nursing Homes Face Challenges

Local Nursing Homes Face Challenges

BH Fire Department Plans Drive-By Day May 9

BH Fire Department Plans Drive-By Day May 9

Courier on the Cutting Edge

Courier on the Cutting Edge

Beverly Hills Retailers Prepare to Reopen for Business

Beverly Hills Retailers Prepare to Reopen for Business

Commercial Landlords and Tenants at Odds Over Urgency Ordinance

Commercial Landlords and Tenants at Odds Over Urgency Ordinance

Beverly Hills Leaders Discuss COVID-19 Testing

Beverly Hills Leaders Discuss COVID-19 Testing

Beverly Hills City Council Round-Up

Beverly Hills City Council Round-Up

Divorce During COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

Divorce During COVID-19 in Beverly Hills

BHUSD Home Learning 2.0 and Graduation

BHUSD Home Learning 2.0 and Graduation

COVID-19 and Our Community: Anthony Cardillo, M.D.

COVID-19 and Our Community: Anthony Cardillo, M.D.

Governor Newsom Outlines Reopening Plan

Governor Newsom Outlines Reopening Plan

New Business Task Force Meets with Recovery in Mind

New Business Task Force Meets with Recovery in Mind

Elective Surgeries Resume in Beverly Hills

Elective Surgeries Resume in Beverly Hills

93rd Oscars to Include Movies Not Shown in Theaters

93rd Oscars to Include Movies Not Shown in Theaters

Yom HaShoah 2020

Yom HaShoah 2020

Oil Well Capping “On Track” For Fall Completion

Oil Well Capping “On Track” For Fall Completion

Residents Impacted by Expedited Metro Purple Line Work

Residents Impacted by Expedited Metro Purple Line Work

Small Restaurants Still Suffering

Small Restaurants Still Suffering

Giving Back to Urgent Care Doctors During COVID-19

Giving Back to Urgent Care Doctors During COVID-19

Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Leave City Thirsty for Funds

Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Leave City Thirsty for Funds

City Council Takes Action at Small Restaurants Still Suffering Two Hearings

City Council Takes Action at Small Restaurants Still Suffering Two Hearings

Pet Preparedness Plan Vital In Wake of COVID-19

Pet Preparedness Plan Vital In Wake of COVID-19

Beverly Hills Tenants Receive Reprieve From Evictions

Beverly Hills Tenants Receive Reprieve From Evictions

Thousands of Shelter Pets Find Homes Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

Thousands of Shelter Pets Find Homes Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

City Recognizes Dispatchers During National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

City Recognizes Dispatchers During National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

Local Residents Launch “Masks for Mankind” Initiative in Response to COVID-19

Local Residents Launch “Masks for Mankind” Initiative in Response to COVID-19

The Big Business of Food Delivery

The Big Business of Food Delivery

City Council to Discuss Financial Welfare of Beverly Hills on April 21

City Council to Discuss Financial Welfare of Beverly Hills on April 21

Construction Continues in Beverly Hills Amidst COVID-19

Construction Continues in Beverly Hills Amidst COVID-19

Beverly Hills City Government Adapts to COVID-19

Beverly Hills City Government Adapts to COVID-19

UCLA Study Seeks to Enhance Understanding of COVID-19

UCLA Study Seeks to Enhance Understanding of COVID-19

New Standardized Testing Rules in Store for BHHS Students

New Standardized Testing Rules in Store for BHHS Students

Beverly Hills Signs Lease with WeHo for Log Cabin

Beverly Hills Signs Lease with WeHo for Log Cabin

Lester Friedman Becomes Beverly Hills Mayor, Bob Wunderlich is Vice Mayor

Lester Friedman Becomes Beverly Hills Mayor, Bob Wunderlich is Vice Mayor

Beverly Hills Launches Virtual Community Services Website

Beverly Hills Launches Virtual Community Services Website

Council Holds 10-Hour Video-Conference

Council Holds 10-Hour Video-Conference

Nate’n Al’s in the News

Nate’n Al’s in the News

Home Learning Underway at BHUSD

Home Learning Underway at BHUSD

Cedars-Sinai Joins Trial of COVID-19 Drug

Cedars-Sinai Joins Trial of COVID-19 Drug

Some Farmers Markets Set To Reopen in Los Angeles Area

Some Farmers Markets Set To Reopen in Los Angeles Area

Courier Exclusive: Cedars-Sinai’s Rekha Murthy, M.D. on the COVID-19 Crisis

Courier Exclusive: Cedars-Sinai’s Rekha Murthy, M.D. on the COVID-19 Crisis

Beverly Hills Adapts to New Reality of COVID-19 Pandemic

Beverly Hills Adapts to New Reality of COVID-19 Pandemic

Beverly Hills Ramps Up Efforts to Help Most Vulnerable

Beverly Hills Ramps Up Efforts to Help Most Vulnerable

Beverly Hills Suspends Services, Declares Emergency in Response to COVID-19

Beverly Hills Suspends Services, Declares Emergency in Response to COVID-19

BHPD Chief Reassures Community

BHPD Chief Reassures Community

Beverly Hills Has COVID-19 Kindness Task Force

Beverly Hills Has COVID-19 Kindness Task Force

Jewish Free Loan Association Offers Interest-Free Loans

Jewish Free Loan Association Offers Interest-Free Loans

Adopting a New Culture of Clean in the Restaurant Business

Adopting a New Culture of Clean in the Restaurant Business

Beverly Hills Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

Beverly Hills Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

Safety Concerns on Coldwater Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills Abound

Safety Concerns on Coldwater Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills Abound

Beverly Hills To Update City Sustainability Plan

Beverly Hills To Update City Sustainability Plan

Beverly Hills DUI / Driver License Checkpoint Yields One Arrest

Beverly Hills DUI / Driver License Checkpoint Yields One Arrest

Residents Urged to Prepare for Coronavirus in California

Residents Urged to Prepare for Coronavirus in California

Beverly Hills Director of Community Services Jenny Rogers Talks Future

Beverly Hills Director of Community Services Jenny Rogers Talks Future

Two Beverly Hills Students Named Music Center Spotlight Semifinalists

Two Beverly Hills Students Named Music Center Spotlight Semifinalists

Belinda Macauley Named Beverly Hills Bar Association’s New Executive Director

Belinda Macauley Named Beverly Hills Bar Association’s New Executive Director

Bosse and Gold Win Again for Beverly Hills City Council

Bosse and Gold Win Again for Beverly Hills City Council

BHPD Year End Crime Stats, Explained

BHPD Year End Crime Stats, Explained

Beverly Hills Fire Department Selected for Pilot Program

Beverly Hills Fire Department Selected for Pilot Program

March 3 City Council Election Countdown Continues

March 3 City Council Election Countdown Continues

Bosse Engages Millenial Voters

Bosse Engages Millenial Voters

Beverly Hills Faces $286M Unfunded Liability

Beverly Hills Faces $286M Unfunded Liability

Beverly Hills Public Library Eliminates Fines for Youth

Beverly Hills Public Library Eliminates Fines for Youth

Los Angeles Honors Kobe and Gianna Bryant at Staples Center

Los Angeles Honors Kobe and Gianna Bryant at Staples Center

Beverly Hills Takes Steps to Educate Community on Brink of Coronavirus Pandemic

Beverly Hills Takes Steps to Educate Community on Brink of Coronavirus Pandemic

ICAN Endorses Bosse and Gold for City Council

ICAN Endorses Bosse and Gold for City Council

Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market to Showcase Summer Camps

Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market to Showcase Summer Camps

Friar’s Club Project Advances, United Beverly Hilton/One Beverly Hills Project to Return

Friar’s Club Project Advances, United Beverly Hilton/One Beverly Hills Project to Return

Beverly Hills Residents Voice Concerns About Coldwater Canyon Drive

Beverly Hills Residents Voice Concerns About Coldwater Canyon Drive

Beverly Hills City Council Candidates Debate

Beverly Hills City Council Candidates Debate

Touchscreen Voting in the Coronavirus Era

Touchscreen Voting in the Coronavirus Era

Beverly Hills Expands Innovative Nurse Practitioner Program

Beverly Hills Expands Innovative Nurse Practitioner Program

Beverly Hills Hotel Polo Lounge Nods to Changing Times by Enforcing “No Hat” Policy

Beverly Hills Hotel Polo Lounge Nods to Changing Times by Enforcing “No Hat” Policy

Beverly Hills City Council Candidates Compete for Votes at Municipal League Debate

Beverly Hills City Council Candidates Compete for Votes at Municipal League Debate

Beverly Hills Shores Up Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Beverly Hills Shores Up Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

George Gascón Responds to Jackie Lacey in Heated L.A. District Attorney Race

George Gascón Responds to Jackie Lacey in Heated L.A. District Attorney Race

Beverly Hills to Remove 1,200 Trees to Combat Fire Risk

Beverly Hills to Remove 1,200 Trees to Combat Fire Risk

Betty Boop Book Launch at Via Alloro

Betty Boop Book Launch at Via Alloro

G’Day USA Benefit at Beverly Wilshire

G’Day USA Benefit at Beverly Wilshire

Local Sobriety Community Rallies To Save Log Cabin

Local Sobriety Community Rallies To Save Log Cabin

Beverly Hills City Council Adopts Formal Definition of Anti-Semitism

Beverly Hills City Council Adopts Formal Definition of Anti-Semitism

Former Gibraltar Square Office Tower Will Soon Become A Hotel

Former Gibraltar Square Office Tower Will Soon Become A Hotel

L.A. County D. A. Jackie Lacey on Why She Deserves a Third Term

L.A. County D. A. Jackie Lacey on Why She Deserves a Third Term

Beverly Hills Chamber Hosts First City Council Candidates Forum

Beverly Hills Chamber Hosts First City Council Candidates Forum

“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

“At-Risk” Trees in Trousdale Slated for Removal

Beverly Hills and WeHo To Decide Fate of “Log Cabin”

Beverly Hills and WeHo To Decide Fate of “Log Cabin”

Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission Continues Expansion

Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission Continues Expansion

City Council Shores Up 2020 Legislative Platform

City Council Shores Up 2020 Legislative Platform

2020 Flu Season Looking Painfully Bad

2020 Flu Season Looking Painfully Bad

Beverly Hills Ramps Up Recycling Efforts

Beverly Hills Ramps Up Recycling Efforts

Peninsula Hotel Patrons With Zero Emissions Vehicles Can Valet for Free

Peninsula Hotel Patrons With Zero Emissions Vehicles Can Valet for Free

Construction on LAX People Mover Train on Track for 2023 Opening

Construction on LAX People Mover Train on Track for 2023 Opening

Beverly Hills City Council Race Officially Kicks Off

Beverly Hills City Council Race Officially Kicks Off

Beverly Hills Police Increase Vigilance After Hate Crimes

Beverly Hills Police Increase Vigilance After Hate Crimes

Beverly Hills City Council to Decide Fate of $24 Million in Unallocated Funds

Beverly Hills City Council to Decide Fate of $24 Million in Unallocated Funds

Looking to 2020 in Beverly Hills

Looking to 2020 in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Council Votes For Permanent Mills Act Program

Beverly Hills Council Votes For Permanent Mills Act Program

Living the Luxe Life With Efrem Harkham

Living the Luxe Life With Efrem Harkham

Beverly Hills Adopts Interim Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Beverly Hills Adopts Interim Inclusionary Housing Ordinance

Beverly Hills to Address Tree Fire Hazard North of Sunset

Beverly Hills to Address Tree Fire Hazard North of Sunset

City Eyes Enhancing Culture of Southeast Beverly Hills

City Eyes Enhancing Culture of Southeast Beverly Hills

City Plans to Serve Up Fun in the New Decade with Pickleball

City Plans to Serve Up Fun in the New Decade with Pickleball

Arrest Made in Nessah Synagogue Vandalism Case

Arrest Made in Nessah Synagogue Vandalism Case

Beverly Hills City Council Passes Parking Urgency Ordinance

Beverly Hills City Council Passes Parking Urgency Ordinance

Beverly Hills Could Fund La Cienega Park Renovation Through New Bond Measure

Beverly Hills Could Fund La Cienega Park Renovation Through New Bond Measure

City Council Votes To Convert Dayton Way to Two-Way Street

City Council Votes To Convert Dayton Way to Two-Way Street

“Entanglements” Now on View at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

“Entanglements” Now on View at Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Urban Forest Management Treescape Plan

Urban Forest Management Treescape Plan

Residents Voice Concern for a Complete Streets Plan that Prioritizes Bike Lanes

Residents Voice Concern for a Complete Streets Plan that Prioritizes Bike Lanes

City of Beverly Hills is New Owner of Clock Market Building on Wilshire for $16.5M

City of Beverly Hills is New Owner of Clock Market Building on Wilshire for $16.5M

Beverly Hills City Council Will Consider Urgency Ordinance to Lower Parking Requirements

Beverly Hills City Council Will Consider Urgency Ordinance to Lower Parking Requirements

Beverly Hills On Track to Limit Short-term Rentals in 2020

Beverly Hills On Track to Limit Short-term Rentals in 2020

UCLA Professor and Beverly Hills Resident Leonard Kleinrock Receives New Honor

UCLA Professor and Beverly Hills Resident Leonard Kleinrock Receives New Honor

Jenny Rogers Named Director of Community Services

Jenny Rogers Named Director of Community Services

Spectrum News 1’s Giselle Fernandez Named Journalist of the Year

Spectrum News 1’s Giselle Fernandez Named Journalist of the Year

Community Invited to Weigh in on Complete Streets Plan

Community Invited to Weigh in on Complete Streets Plan

Barneys New York Poised to Disappear From Beverly Hills Landscape as Sales Expand

Barneys New York Poised to Disappear From Beverly Hills Landscape as Sales Expand

Vahagn Setian Memorial Run Set for Sunday, Dec. 1

Vahagn Setian Memorial Run Set for Sunday, Dec. 1

Anti-Smoking Efforts Continue in Beverly Hills

Anti-Smoking Efforts Continue in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills City Council Passes Resolution Condemning European Union’s ‘Discriminatory’ Ruling

Beverly Hills City Council Passes Resolution Condemning European Union’s ‘Discriminatory’ Ruling

Feminist Icon Gloria Steinem Leads Visionary Women Salon

Feminist Icon Gloria Steinem Leads Visionary Women Salon

Beverly Hills City Council Says No to Festivus

Beverly Hills City Council Says No to Festivus

Re-established Nate’n Al’s and Gucci Osteria Edge Closer to Opening in Beverly Hills

Re-established Nate’n Al’s and Gucci Osteria Edge Closer to Opening in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills City Council Race Officially Begins

Beverly Hills City Council Race Officially Begins

BOLD Holiday Season Returns to Beverly Hills

BOLD Holiday Season Returns to Beverly Hills

Complete Streets Plan Edges Closer To Reality

Complete Streets Plan Edges Closer To Reality

Exhibitioning In Beverly Hills Persists Despite Efforts To Curb

Exhibitioning In Beverly Hills Persists Despite Efforts To Curb

Beverly Hills City Council Addresses Key Issues

Beverly Hills City Council Addresses Key Issues

Seal Lends His Voice in Support of Vista Del Mar at Rocktober Fundraiser

Seal Lends His Voice in Support of Vista Del Mar at Rocktober Fundraiser

Gagosian’s Latest Exhibition Highlights Tectonic Disruption From Artist Tatiana Trouvé

Gagosian’s Latest Exhibition Highlights Tectonic Disruption From Artist Tatiana Trouvé

Moustache Season Arrives in Beverly Hills with Movember Campaign

Moustache Season Arrives in Beverly Hills with Movember Campaign

City Council Honors Volunteerism, Eyes Inclusionary Housing Strategy

City Council Honors Volunteerism, Eyes Inclusionary Housing Strategy

Ringo Starr’s ‘Peace and Love’ Sculpture Dedication is Saturday in Beverly Hills

Ringo Starr’s ‘Peace and Love’ Sculpture Dedication is Saturday in Beverly Hills

Skills Honed as a Librarian Help Nancy Hunt-Coffey Thrive as Assistant City Manager

Skills Honed as a Librarian Help Nancy Hunt-Coffey Thrive as Assistant City Manager

Southeast Beverly Hills Strategic Planning Looks to Urban Design

Southeast Beverly Hills Strategic Planning Looks to Urban Design

2019 Massry Prize Ceremony is Oct. 26 in Beverly Hills

2019 Massry Prize Ceremony is Oct. 26 in Beverly Hills

Mayor Mirisch Touts Community in State of City

Mayor Mirisch Touts Community in State of City

Beverly Hills Residents Can Deeply Impact City Through Service on Commissions

Beverly Hills Residents Can Deeply Impact City Through Service on Commissions

Barneys Fundraiser for Heart of Los Angeles

Barneys Fundraiser for Heart of Los Angeles

Beit T’Shuvah Offers Life, Hope and Healing

Beit T’Shuvah Offers Life, Hope and Healing

Music Mends Minds Repairs Hearts, Families and More Tuesdays at Roxbury Park

Music Mends Minds Repairs Hearts, Families and More Tuesdays at Roxbury Park

Beverly Hills ArtSHOW Returns To Beverly Gardens Park This Month

Beverly Hills ArtSHOW Returns To Beverly Gardens Park This Month

Beverly Hills Plans to Increase Number of Affordable Housing Units in City

Beverly Hills Plans to Increase Number of Affordable Housing Units in City

Beverly Hills Plans to Derive 20 Percent of its Water Supply In-House in 2021

Beverly Hills Plans to Derive 20 Percent of its Water Supply In-House in 2021

Beverly Hills Merchants Ask City For Help in Wake of Three-Year Canon Closure

Beverly Hills Merchants Ask City For Help in Wake of Three-Year Canon Closure

City Council Denies Metro Request To Work During Holiday Season

City Council Denies Metro Request To Work During Holiday Season

City of Beverly Hills Looks to Improve With Trust and Innovation Portal

City of Beverly Hills Looks to Improve With Trust and Innovation Portal

City Council Votes to Waive Hotel Room Limit

City Council Votes to Waive Hotel Room Limit

At The Virginia Robinson Gardens

At The Virginia Robinson Gardens

City Makes Moves to Enliven Southeast Part of Beverly Hills

City Makes Moves to Enliven Southeast Part of Beverly Hills

Ringo Starr’s ‘Peace and Love’ Sculpture Finds Home In Beverly Gardens Park

Ringo Starr’s ‘Peace and Love’ Sculpture Finds Home In Beverly Gardens Park

Community Joins Together to Commemorate 9/11 Anniversary With Moving Ceremony At Fire Station

Community Joins Together to Commemorate 9/11 Anniversary With Moving Ceremony At Fire Station

Governor Poised to Sign Bill Making California Nation’s First To Ban Fur Sales

Governor Poised to Sign Bill Making California Nation’s First To Ban Fur Sales

Beverly Hills High Joins CHAMPS Charter High for Dance and Dialogue at The Wallis

Beverly Hills High Joins CHAMPS Charter High for Dance and Dialogue at The Wallis

Beverly Hills Fosters Kindness Through Transformative Initiatives

Beverly Hills Fosters Kindness Through Transformative Initiatives

Planning Commissioner Farshid Joe Shooshani Announces City Council Bid

Planning Commissioner Farshid Joe Shooshani Announces City Council Bid

Community Input Sought on Westside Purple Line Rodeo Station North Portal EIR

Community Input Sought on Westside Purple Line Rodeo Station North Portal EIR

Beverly Hills Police Capt. Lincoln Hoshino Retires After 33 Years

BODYTRAFFIC Returns to The Wallis This Month For Three-Night Run Of Cutting-Edge Dance Choreography

Community Invited to Attend La Cienega Park Town Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 25

Community Invited to Attend La Cienega Park Town Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 25

Beverly Hills To Mark 9/11

Beverly Hills To Mark 9/11

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