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lette 1 MISSING THE BUS WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND? You can write us at: 140 South Beverly Drive #201 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 You can fax us at: 310.887.0789 fax email us at: editorhweekly.com USNA" 2,, Beverly Hills Weekly mail "Rising Stars" As a longtime policy, I have stead- fastly avoided attending talent shows. This is probably the result of child- hood trauma that was caused by being made to sit in front of a small televi- sion screen in the company of my parents in Chicago, and suffer through the weekly Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour. So, on September 23rd, it was with more than a little astonishment and a good deal of uneasiness that I found myself at the Horace Mann school on Charleville awaiting the launch of what was billed as the First Beverly Hills Talent ExtravaganZa. The Talent Extravaganza is the brainchild of Gloria Jennings and her Beverly Hills Community Theatre buddy, Lou Milkowski. Not only did the two come up with the idea, but they then managed to convince an impressive array of locals to either act as judges or take on production chores for what turned out to be a truly delightful evening. In all, twen- ty-six acts were distilled from some 90 hopefuls eager to display their per- SHOT "A gOLD DFr.bff" 5UNSEI"- & C_..AHUP_..NGA forming skills at the Ron Brown Auditorium. Even taking into consideration the size of the community's talent pool, the show proved to be a wonderful surprise. The steady stream of singers, dancers, novelty acts and a couple of dramatic readings demon- strated once again that when it comes to performing talent, this community has an embarrassment of riches. Congratulations to all the participants and worker bees. The Talent Extravaganza deserves to become a Beverly Hills tradition. Ron Wise Beverly Hills Advertise in the paper where you won't get lost in the shuffle. The Beverly Hills Weekly offers the lowest costs for , display ads. classifieds, service directory Call 310.887.0788 Chamber of Commerce Members get 15% off. Issw 53 Octobor 5-11, 2000 Beverly Hies Weekly Inc. Published Thursdays Delivered in Beverly Hills, Beverlywood, Los Angeles I$$N#1528-851X www.bhweeldy.com Publisher & CEO Josh E. Gross 1 year Managing Editor subscriptions Michete Lu are available. Staff Reporters Sent via US Mail Michelte Omura $75 payable in advance Contributors Steven Herbert Scott Huver Justin Levine Dianna Weiner Consumer Affairs Editor In/Rudman Advertising Representatives Sarah Matinfar Delaram Nakhi 140 SOuth 6everly Drive #201 Bevedy Hills, CA 90212 310.887.0788 phone 310J7.0789 fax eOitor@lohweekly.com All staff can be reached at: first name y.com Unsolicited materials will not be retumed 02000 Beverly Hills Weekly Inc. h