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Beverly Hills This Week - 7/29/2016

Stories for the July 29th edition: 1. Local kids recently got the chance to use their green thumbs by learning to turn locally grown produce into culinary art. 2. Beverly Hills celebrates National Night Out on Tuesday August 2nd from 6:00 to 9:00pm on Rexford Drive. 3. PickleFest returns for all the mouth watering fun on Sunday, August 7th at the Farmer's Market. 4. Be sure to attend Next Night as young leaders meet with community leaders on Saturday, August 27th on S. Beverly Dr. 5. Parking permit renewals are now easier than ever!Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - Salvador Dali Exhibit at Two Rodeo

Galerie Michael and Two Rodeo present an exhibition of 12 monumental and museum sized sculptures by Salvador Dali. The exhibit runs through September 23rd and is free and open to the public.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/22/2016

Stories for the July 22nd edition: 1. City Council approves a resolution regarding Hilton Condominium tower initiative measure. 2. Starting Monday July 25th, residents and guests in the city can pre-register for us of the Beverly Hills Dog Park. 3. Galerie Michael and Two Rodeo present an exhibition of 12 monumental and museum sized sculptures by Salvador Dali. The exhibit is free and open to the public. 4. Author David Davis comes to the library on Tuesday July 26th to discuss his newest book: "Waterman: The life and times of Duke Kahanmoku". 5. Beverly Hills celebrates National Night Out on Tuesday August 2nd from 6:00 to 9:00pm on Rexford Drive.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills View - Lawrence Grobel

Hosted by Joan Agajanian Quinn, with author Lawrence Grobel. Recorded on July 15, 2016Cast: Beverly Hills Television
PD Recruitment 2016- Motors

Officer Julian Reyes of the Traffic BureauCast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 7/8/2016

Stories for the July 8th edition: 1. Mayor John Mirisch and the City of Beverly Hills take home the coveted "Most Livable City Award" for the city's work on the "Ambassador's Program". 2. The Honorable Thomas Levyn is awarded The Key to the City for his years of devotion to the city of Beverly Hills. 3. The Ipalpiti Summer Music Festival comes to Beverly Hills for three exciting shows this month. Call (310) 285-6850 for more information on days and ticket prices. 4. The City is holding Water Wise Workshops throughout the summer. Go to BHSaves.org or call (310) 285-2467 for more info or to RSVP.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills View - Ben Allen

Hosted by Josh Gross - with California State Senator Ben Allen. Recorded on July 7, 2016.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Key to the City | Thomas S. Levyn

Tribute to the Former Mayor Thomas S. Levyn (1996, 1999, 2003)Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Woofstock 2016

Woofstock 90210 is an exciting, day-long festival for dogs and their owners. This annual pet extravaganza features a pet parade, contests, pet-related goods and services, pet adoptions, entertainment, food trucks and fun for the whole family.Cast: Beverly Hills Television
Beverly Hills This Week - 6/24/2016

Stories for the June 24th edition: 1. The Rodeo Drive Concours d'Elegance celebrates its 23rd year and Father's Day with the theme: "Life in the Fast Lane". 2. The Honorable Vicki Reynolds is awarded The Key to the City for her years of devotion to the city of Beverly Hills. 3. The City Council honors Michele Sapper for her effort to combat Drunk Driving. 4. Remember to keep cool this summer. The city has two cooling stations available for the public. The BH Public Library at 444 N. Rexford Dr. and the Roxbury Park Community Center at 471 S. Roxbury Dr. 5. Southern California Edison asks residents to conserve energy and notify them of any power outage lasting longer than five minutes. Call 1-800-611-1911 to report power outages or go to SCE.com for more info.Cast: Beverly Hills Television

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