This is nothing short of spectacular. It truly is a gorgeous issue and such a fitting representation of the anniversary – doing what you do best.
It is an honor to be a part of it … and in such great position. Thank you!
And most of all, congratulations!
director of marketing
Los Angeles County
Museum of Art
This issue turned out AMAZING. By far your best one yet. I’ve only read a few stories so far, but overall the content, photography and design are exceptional. You guys should be so proud. I am!
Thank you so much for including me in this. It’s always fun to think back on those times – some of the very best of my life. I’m so lucky that we ended up together. Who knew it would be a lifelong friendship. Thank you for keeping me in the family.
executive vice president
former fashion director
Men’s Health magazine
Beverly Press/Park Labrea News
Thanks so much to you both for all you do and for giving me a work-home in L.A.
Beverly Press/Park Labrea News
What a fabulous magazine! Thank you for sharing. Our residents will be delighted.
director of communications
Los Angeles Jewish Home
We really look forward to Thursday when your paper is delivered with the L.A. Times. Thanks for the shout out in the school section with a photo of Caruso Hall. My husband said to me, “I think we should keep this magazine.” And I responded, “It’s meant to be a keeper!” Thanks so much.
Maite Saralegui Berry
senior director of communications
Loyola High School
of Los Angeles
CONGRATULATIONS on the 75th anniversary magazine. It looks AMAZING! I am truly honored to be part of this. Congratulations again.
Lawrence Moore & Associates
Congratulations, again, on your remarkable 75th anniversary magazine! The story on Wallis Annenberg is amazing, as is the one about The Wallis. We are so proud to be a part of your legacy!
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
Thank you, and congratulations on both the magazine and the wonderful anniversary. [It] is a wonderful anniversary and issue.
Hilary S. Kraft
It truly is [a gorgeous magazine!]. I took it on a plane this weekend on a trip to Portland and read it cover to cover.
president and CEO
West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
It is indeed gorgeous! Job well done – makes me feel so blessed and proud to live in this community!
Wilshire Rotary Club of Los Angeles
What a special issue! Congratulations on its publication, and we are so thrilled to be able to support the Beverly Press.
Hackman Capital Partners
Congratulations on the glossy publication. It is quite beautiful.
Denenberg Fine Arts, Inc.
Congratulations Karen and Michael. We are so excited to see and keep the entire 75th anniversary issue. Working with the Beverly Press is ALWAYS a complete pleasure.
Lyn MacEwen Cohen
First-In Fire Foundation
[The 75th anniversary issue] is very impressive. Congratulations.
Here’s wishing you a happy 75th diamond anniversary, and many more to come. “Our People Our Places” is an outstanding magazine – very professional, a work of art and a credit to the Beverly Press/Park Labrea News.
Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. In fact, I tore out your Notable Quotes pages to use with my poker columns. I like your quote of Chris Erskine, “Thank heavens for the miracle of newspapers,” originally published in your Feb. 6, 2020, issue. One thing I would add to your list of items included in the local newspapers is the Letters to the Editor. I like to hear the people’s voices.
Keep up the great work. You have a super staff.
I should like to acknowledge and thank you for the great service you have provided over the years to our communities. Your work has created a strong foundation for building the identity of our unique and special communities.
As a homeowner for over 40 years in Carthay Square, I recognize the importance of your publications in developing the growth and identity of our special area. For this, I offer my deep and sincere thank you for all you’ve done, and my congratulations on the 75th anniversary of your publications.
Several years ago, I had the privilege of having several articles on the history of Carthay Center published in the Park Labrea News, and still appreciate that opportunity.
In your masthead, you refer to serving a number of communities, including Carthay Circle. The Circle is just one of three communities that include South Carthay and Carthay Square – best referred to as Carthay Center in lieu of listing all three. Carthay Square was the first area developed, followed by Carthay Circle then South Square. All three are historic preservation overlay zones.
Carthay Center has applied to the National Trust for Historic Preservation for special recognition as a national historic district. If and when that happens, I’ll be pleased to submit an article on this designation.
Again, congratulations on your historic milestone. I look forward to the continuation of receiving Beverly Press each Thursday.
Kenn G. Morris
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