With Brisk Holiday Business, the Future Looks Bright in Beverly Hills
“We are fortunate, as a family business, to not have production issues,” Hagenburger said. “Yes, it's a little slower and our deliveries are later than normal, but not ridicu
Avant Memorial Fund Announced
Avant, the wife of producer Clarence Avant and Los Angeles philanthropist, was shot and killed in her Beverly Hills home on Dec. 1 at age 81. The family also announced that a speci
Beverly Hills High School Music Teacher to March at Rose Parade
“I’m good. I’m pretty happy about my training,” Bradbury said, adding that he has been completing the 5.5-mile trek while playing most of the time. “It’s been something
New Year’s Resolutions
Albert Einstein said, “In the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity.” Instead of focusing on what I want to change next year, I decided to reflect on what I accomplished
BHPD To Relax Enforcement Over New Year’s Holiday
The Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) has announced that starting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021, there will be a city-wide exemption for parking violations relating to
Beverly Hills Looks Forward to 2022
Christine Messineo, Director of Frieze Los Angeles and Frieze New York, said in a statement that she looks forward to showcasing “the creative community” of the city.
Holiday Glamour in Beverly Hills
Realtor and star of BRAVO TV’s “Million Dollar Listing-LA” Josh Flagg and his husband Bobby Boyd hosted a magical winter wonderland evening at their house last week.
Deputy Fire Chief Joe Matsch Hangs Up His Helmet
He acknowledged that the department was “going through a challenging time.” But he insists that “there isn’t division in the fire department.”
Prowler Makes Himself at Home in Bel Air Mansion
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a home break-in reported just before 10 p.m. on Dec. 20 in Bel Air.
Beverly Hills to Receive $1 Million in Opioid Settlement
As a part of a settlement with a major opioid manufacturer and three distributors, Beverly Hills will receive more than $1 million to fund education and programs to combat the opio