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January 27, 2000

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6 features "Randall- Haworth, MD: : ents stories for the entire family Memories Lost" which will be on dis-  featuring favorite storytellers. Call play until February 6. Gallery hours 310.288.2201 for more info. are Tuesday through Sunday from liana to 6pm or by appointments. Call 310.315.9502 for more info. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3 Chinese New Year celebration for chil- dren at 7pm. Call 310.288.2201 for more info. Parlor Performances presents cabaret artists and songwriters 5pm. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Drama West invites actors and directors to view premier performance readings of original plays and screen plays at 7pm. Call 310.288.2201 for more info. aroundtov00'n i G BACK / 1936-BEVERLY HILLS HIGH SCHOOL (courtesy of e Beverly Hills Historical Society) Eight historical postcards are available by mail order. Send $6 chock to the Beverly Hills Historical Socie RO. Box 1919, Beverly Hills, CA, 90213. Cyber Centers Offers An Office Away From Work Unlike Kinko's, Cyber Centers on south Robertson drive charges an all-inclusive fee. By Michele Lu What first started out as an idea to establish videoconferencing facilities grew into a nationwide expansion of vir- tual offices that Offer the latest software, equipment, technology and tools to do business. "We found that the marketplace demanded a lot more services than just videoconferencing. Now we focus on accommodation by providing people with access to today's technology," Steve Thompson, director of business develop- ment, said. Cyber Centers, a division of Inbound.corn, gives members everything an executive office has to provide at a fraction of the cost. It is a hybrid between Kinko's and Mail Boxes Etc. Aside from mail services, members have their own personalized voice mail, e-mail and fax accounts. The business center also offers high speed Internet access, computer training and technical assistance, where someone comes to you and helps you with any computer-related or software prob- lems. "It's the executive office, but you don't need to be an executive member," Kevin Mohajer, vice president of marketing, said. Mohajer says that the difference from Kinko's is that Cyber Centers charges an all-inclusive monthly fee, offers people a qualified technical person, videoconfer- encing services and access to a profes- sional conference room. The idea is for members to be able to go to any location and use its services. Coffee Bean coffee is available to mem- bers for free and the business center has an art gallery atmosphere with numerous paintings decorating the walls. "Cyber Centers makes available to everyone from the start-up business man to the CEO of a Fortune 500 corporation the types of services they need to achieve their ultimate goals of growth and suc- cess. It's kind of like a smorgasbord where you can choose the services and amenities you need and that work for you," John Veyette, president and CEO, said. ms D/arnonds Modern & Estate Jewelry Fine Watches .Mill. Estates Appraised and Purchased Main Office St. l..ic #xgxo-o988 D,o] zs,s 9454 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite3o 5 Beverly Hills, CA 9ozzz Show Room E3m] 860-1818 4o South Beverly Drive Beverly Hills, CA 9ozlz January 27-February 2, 2000 19