One of the things I’ve noticed as the Christmases roll by is that Rodeo Drive never puts out the same decorations twice. This year the center island is filled with larger than life elf statues bearing gifts.
We have a few posts up about fabulous Beverly Hills and we will link to them later in this post. But we thought it would be nice to show you what it’s like to experience Beverly Hills.
I read in Apparel News on how business was booming on Rodeo Drive. Sales they said were double what they were last year at this time.
After nearly a full year of lockdowns, Rodeo Drive is back for Valentine’s Day and love is in the air.
After our 2 weeks to slow the spread and let the hospitals have time to prepare for the flood of coronavirus patients predicted by a computer program turned into a year long shut down for many businesses, taking out California Governor Gavin Newsom has become a priority.
The Ivy Restaurant on Robertson in Beverly Hills is famous for its patio dining behind the white picket fence.
Rodeo Drive always goes all out for Christmas in terms of lavish beautiful decorations. But this year the holiday decorations appear quite different.
After a year of lockdowns, expensive and ever changing restrictions, a Beverly Hills store says “enough” and devotes its holiday window displays to highlighting the hypocrisy of the people that have destroyed our lives.
As we show in the videos above and below, Los Angeles businesses are boarding up in anticipation of post-election violence and riots. It’s the wakeup call few noticed.
Quite possibly the most outspoken and outrageous journalist in the world, Katie Hopkins has come from the UK to the United States to make sure President Donald Trump gets four more years.