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Beverly Hills Forum Lecture Series Continues With Dr. Susan Love

Office of Communications City of Beverly Hills 455 N. Rexford Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4817 (310) 285-2438 www.beverlyhills.org
http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/filebank/7809--BH Forum October 2010 Dr Susan Love.pdf
The Beverly Hills art SHOW's reputation knows no boundaries. Thanks Dorchester C...

The Beverly Hills art SHOW's reputation knows no boundaries. Thanks Dorchester Collection for the international # love from #London! #LoveBeverlyHills What’s On | Dorchester Collection www.dorchestercollection.com What's On | Dorchester
{Poetry} Did you know April is National Poetry Month?! #nationalpoetrymonth

weekly features, and poems for love and every occasion
Gordon & Lily

Gordon & Lily Victor Salmones Bronze Collection of Bronzes in the Business District Wells Fargo Bank Victor Salmones had the ability to express hope, love, and vision for the future. The work of Victor Salmones is direct, lucid, and serene,
#BeverlyHills voted best landmark on the Stadium to Sea Course by LA Marathon ru...

#BeverlyHills voted best landmark on the Stadium to Sea Course by LA Marathon runners. It's great being part of this iconic event and we love hearing that fans #LoveBeverlyHills! On March 15, more than 1,000 fans joined us for the sold out race,
{Meaningful Monday} Read E. B. White's poignant explanation for writing Charlott...

E.B. White's Charlotte's Web is notable not just for its lovely prose but for its masterful handling of themes on death and dying. In a letter written to his editor a few weeks before the book's publication, White explains why a peculiar truth about...
BH Forum: Naomi Ragen

November 12 at 4 pm Author Naomi Ragen returns to the Beverly Hills Forum to discuss her newest book, The Sisters Weiss. Set in 1950’s Brooklyn, sisters Rose and Pearl Weiss grow up in a loving but strict ultra-Orthodox family, never dreaming
{Book Discussion} The final discussion for The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison will...

of the Library Reading Group www.beverlyhills.org Selection for March 2014: The Bluest Eye, by Toni Morrison Eleven-year-old Pecola Breedlove, an African-American girl in an America whose love for blonde, blue-eyed children can devastate all others, prays for her
Meet the Author: Brian Floca

to subjects that would have appealed to my younger self – racecars, ships, and astronauts, for instance. What I love most about bookmaking is finding a way to share what I’ve learned with young readers."
Romancing the Dog by Marion Zola

Friday June 7 at 7:30 pm Bookshow host Connie Martinson interviews Marion Zola on her first book about their struggles to make a newly adopted dog happy in their new home. In this can’t-put-it-down book, Author Marion Zola lovingly documents how
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