Archive for the 'schools' Category

Art and Learning in the time of Covid

Published on August 18, 2020

Tweet Thank you Brandy McGill for taking the time to chat last week and for producing this story! I find I’m writing more blog posts here than usual, because I tend to want to write when I feel grateful. Words cannot express how much our family appreciates that Noah Margo listened to the plight of […]

Going with the Flow…

Published on October 5, 2012

Tweet I realize that if you don’t follow me on Twitter, then you may think I’m not writing because nothing exciting is going on. I you do follow, you’ll know that the end of summer was full of awesome activities with a the finale of the Critter going to kindergarten. This has been a HUGE […]

MTA’s Character Assasination of Beverly Hills Obscures Truths

Published on April 27, 2012

Tweet This was in my inbox this morning: Beverly Hills Courier Publisher Clif Smith on the MTA 044712 I’ve tried not to post about the situation that is currently happening with the MTA and Beverly Hills, but the mud has been flung in a way that prompts me to share. We (the citizens of this […]

Kidstock 2011 at Greystone

Published on June 12, 2011

Tweet As we rolled down the hill from Greystone Mansion and away from the Kidstock 2011 Music and Arts Festival, in spite of the fact that The Critter was furious and thrashing that he didn’t want to leave, my Perfect Husband remarked “Well honey, that didn’t suck nearly like I thought it would – high […]

I Wanna Rock this Silent Auction – sheesh!

Published on March 21, 2011

Tweet I just had a look at the silent auction items for the Beverly Vista Rocks Carnival coming up April 10th – some pretty awesome stuff!

Sip tea at The Peninsula Beverly Hills and support Education

Published on February 4, 2011

Tweet We all love to have a proper tea in the afternoon sometimes – it’s one of the most civilized ways to socialize on the planet. Whenever I’m asked where to find a proper English tea, I always say go to The Living Room at the Peninsula Beverly Hills. It’s one of the loveliest places […]

Benefits, Birthdays, Berry, Bash and Boo!

Published on November 3, 2010

Tweet While enjoying the recent trunk show at the Avalon that she produced, I commented to Tammi Jones that being mom and a blogger created an event schedule that I have to manage carefully, so as not to miss one gathering after to the other just like I used to do during WestWeek. It seems […]

Cool Event, Hot Auction over the hill!

Published on April 13, 2010

Tweet Ariste, one of my coolest CityMommies hasn’t been able to have cocktail time with us since the New Year. This is because she has been working her already svelte tail off co-chairing the annual gala for her rocking son Alex’s school, Laurel Hall. The gala will have a cool “passport to the world” theme […]