Archive for Beverly Hills

What can $46,000 a month buy you to Live in Beverly Hills?

Feb 08, 2011 by Lisa Newton

For the next couple of days, we’ll be taking a brief respite from our Alvarado Terrace Historic District tour, to focus a bit on the lighter side of our way of life here.
So let’s [...]

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Tomorrow there’s a 100% forecast of snow on Rodeo Dr. in Beverly Hills

Dec 08, 2010 by Lisa Newton

You don’t have to go all the way to the mountains to get your first look at snow. It’s going to be snowing in Beverly Hills.
The event is entitled “Snow 90210 Rodeo,” and it’s a [...]

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Sing-a-long Saturday – Beverly Hills

Oct 09, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Beverly Hills is a legendary city known the world over.
In 2005, Weezer put its own spin on the famous city with their hit song simply titled, Beverly Hills.
Filmed on location at the Playboy mansion, [...]

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Good Food, Wine, Spirits, Cooking Displays and Contests at the Taste of Beverly Hills

Sep 09, 2010 by Lisa Newton

In case you missed it, over the Labor Day weekend, Beverly Hills celebrated their very first Food & Wine’s Taste of Beverly Hills.
Hosted by the Beverly Hills Hilton, thousands of people came to eat, [...]

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The Taste of Beverly Hills Starts Thursday Evening

Aug 31, 2010

Already having garnered world-wide attention, the Taste of Beverly Hills takes place from September 2nd – 5th.
It’s also a great opportunity to take your current or new flame out for a few special nights on [...]

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Exquisite Taste and Hospitality: Touring Norbert Wabnig’s Cheese Store of Beverly Hills

Aug 30, 2010

The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills is located in the heart of the legendary, fast-paced city of, you guessed it, Beverly Hills. The store itself is intimate and calm. The walls, shelves, and counter-tops are [...]

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Roxbury Memorial Park in Beverly Hills

Jun 09, 2010

At the corner of Olympic Boulevard and South Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills sits 11 acres of manicured green space–that’s right, it’s a park.
But not just any park, it’s the Roxbury Memorial Park.
Although I’ve passed [...]

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I Found Frank Gehry in Beverly Hills

Jun 06, 2010

Yesterday, I was strolling around Beverly Hills, not really looking for anything, but I loved what I did find. Not really understanding what I was looking at, I took a couple of photos just because [...]

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The Affaire in the Gardens Art Show in Beverly Hills

May 09, 2010

Since 1973, the Affaire in the Gardens Art Show is one of the most popular art events on the West Coast.
This year’s Spring event (yes, there will be another one in the Fall), will be [...]

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A History of Beauty, Intrigue, and Murder at the Greystone Mansion

Feb 22, 2010

People who visit LA often want to know where the best places of city are. For some, they wish to find a place to mellow out and relax. For others, they actively want to know [...]

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Anatomy of the Electric Fountain in Beverly Hills

Dec 26, 2009

Located at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, is the “Electric Fountain.”
Originally unveiled in 1931–at a then cost of $22,000–Electric Fountain was, at the time, a state-of-the-art timed fountain. [...]

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Happy Holidays from Travelin’ Local

Dec 24, 2009

What a cliche–palm trees and a gift wrapped building is quintessential Los Angeles. But that’s indeed, Christmas Day here in the City of Angels.

Anyway, we have a lot to be thankful for:
First, this is [...]

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A Street Corner in Beverly Hills

Nov 21, 2009

On one street corner in Beverly Hills, are three unique public works of art–all very different, put together by its artists and sculptors with diverse mediums–with totally different perspectives and points of view .

For the [...]

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Education, Conservation, and the TreePeople

Mar 30, 2009

The caretakers and managers of Coldwater Canyon Park are the TreePeople, a non-profit organization whose mission is “To inspire the people of Los Angeles to take personal responsibility for the urban forest—educating, training, and supporting [...]

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