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George Christy -- The latest from the world of entertainment from the authoritative long-time Hollywood columnist. Plus George's Pick of the Week. Arts & Entertainment -- Film, theater, arts and music and the Beverly Hills people who take part in and influence them. Plus an Entertainment calendar. Health & Wellness -- What's happening in th

We Are Beverly Hills. Regular Featured Sections Include:

George Christy -- The latest from the world of entertainment from the authoritative long-time Hollywood columnist. Plus George's Pick of the Week. Arts & Entertainment -- Film, theater, arts and music and the Beverly Hills people who take part in and influence them. Plus an Entertainment calendar. Health & Wellness -- What's happening in th

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Now in its 49th year, the City of Beverly Hills will hold its bi-annual spring Beverly Hills Art Show on Saturday and Su...
05/04/2022
Beverly Hills Art Show Returns in May – Beverly Hills Courier

Now in its 49th year, the City of Beverly Hills will hold its bi-annual spring Beverly Hills Art Show on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.in Beverly Gardens Park, along three blocks of Santa Monica Boulevard, from Canon Drive to Rexford Drive.

Now in its 49th year, the City of Beverly Hills will hold its bi-annual spring Beverly Hills Art Show on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22,

The Beverly Hills City Council met on Tuesday afternoon for its annual priorities-setting session for the next fiscal ye...
05/04/2022
City Council Sets Fiscal Priorities for Next Year – Beverly Hills Courier

The Beverly Hills City Council met on Tuesday afternoon for its annual priorities-setting session for the next fiscal year. Referencing a robust, 100-page staff report during the three-hour meeting held in City Hall chambers, the City Council focused on key vision statements, fiscal accomplishments in 2021, and 2022-2023 budget goals in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Beverly Hills City Council met on Tuesday afternoon for its annual priorities-setting session for the next fiscal year. Referencing a

With less than six weeks until the June 7 election, endorsements continue to roll in for the candidates and issues on th...
05/03/2022
Chamber of Commerce PAC and WeHo-BH Dems Make Endorsements – Beverly Hills Courier

With less than six weeks until the June 7 election, endorsements continue to roll in for the candidates and issues on this year’s ballot, with the most recent coming from the West Hollywood-Beverly Hills Democratic Club and the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce Leadership PAC.

With less than six weeks until the June 7 election, endorsements continue to roll in for the candidates and issues on this year’s ballot

The Beverly Hills City Council discussed the establishment of a housing assistance program at its April 26 meeting but o...
05/03/2022
City Council Tackles Housing Assistance, City Prosecutor, and Metro Security – Beverly Hills Courier

The Beverly Hills City Council discussed the establishment of a housing assistance program at its April 26 meeting but opted to continue the matter at a later meeting to iron out key details. The program is meant to cushion the blow to tenants as rent increases return on July 1 amid high levels of inflation.

The Beverly Hills City Council discussed the establishment of a housing assistance program at its April 26 meeting, but opted to continue

The Los Angeles Ballet celebrated its Season 16 Gala on Saturday, April 23 at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica and honore...
05/02/2022
Los Angeles Ballet Gala Honors Bari Milken Bernstein – Beverly Hills Courier

The Los Angeles Ballet celebrated its Season 16 Gala on Saturday, April 23 at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica and honored entrepreneur, philanthropist, and Los Angeles Ballet board member Bari Milken Bernstein, who received The Angel Award.

Los Angeles Ballet (LAB) celebrated its Season 16 Gala on Saturday, April 23 at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica and honored entrepreneur,

In this second of a two-part series, candidates for Beverly Hills City Council answer a series of four questions for pub...
04/30/2022
Part Two: City Council Candidates Answer the Courier’s Questions – Beverly Hills Courier

In this second of a two-part series, candidates for Beverly Hills City Council answer a series of four questions for publication. Two of those questions were directed to all of the candidates; two were addressed to the incumbents (Councilmembers John Mirisch, Lester Friedman and Robert Wunderlich); and two to the challengers (Commissioners Andy Licht and Sharona Nazarian; Vera Markowitz, Shiva Bagheri, Akshat “A.B.” Bhatia, Darian Bojeaux, Kevin Kugley and Robin Rowe).

In this second of a two-part series, candidates for Beverly Hills City Council answer a series of four questions for publication. Two of

Update: The remaining candidates for City Council and City Treasurer met for the second night of a forum hosted by the B...
04/29/2022
Beverly Hills Candidate Forum Stirs Controversy – Beverly Hills Courier

Update: The remaining candidates for City Council and City Treasurer met for the second night of a forum hosted by the Beverly Hills North Homeowners Association and the Municipal League of Beverly Hills on April 28.

Like the first night, the candidates appeared in pairs: Councilmember John Mirisch and Robin Rowe, Shiva Bagheri and Akshat “AB” Bhatia, and City Treasurer candidates Howard Fisher and Jake Manaster.

Former Mayor Bob Tanenbaum, President of the Beverly Hills North Homeowners Association at the forum, defended his prosecutorial approach to his questioning of incumbent Councilmember Lester Friedman the night before, saying, “I wanted the public to view him and make their own decision whether or not he was being truthful.”

He acknowledged that his combative approach may have surprised observers.

“It was a passionate exchange and most people are not used to that. So people may very well believe that I’m too passionately involved in the issues that I really care about and I’d probably plead guilty to that,” he said.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

Located on city-owned property at Coldwater Canyon Drive and Cabrillo Drive, the Cabrillo Reservoir has been a contentio...
04/28/2022
Public Works Commission Studies Cabrillo Reservoir – Beverly Hills Courier

Located on city-owned property at Coldwater Canyon Drive and Cabrillo Drive, the Cabrillo Reservoir has been a contentious plot of land for the Public Works Commission since it was abandoned in 1986 due to groundwater infiltration. After the city adopted the Integrated Water Resources Master Plan (IWRMP) in 2020, the Cabrillo site was analyzed for how to maximize emergency water storage supplies and found a reservoir capacity of 4.3 million gallons (MG). The project would be feasible by reconstructing the site to comprise of two cells of 2.15MG each.

Located on city-owned property at Coldwater Canyon Drive and Cabrillo Drive, the Cabrillo Reservoir has been a contentious plot

As the June 7 City of Beverly Hills General Municipal Election approaches, various community groups in Beverly Hills are...
04/27/2022
Candidates To Take Part in Several Public Forums – Beverly Hills Courier

As the June 7 City of Beverly Hills General Municipal Election approaches, various community groups in Beverly Hills are hosting public events in which local candidates running for City Council and City Treasurer will participate in a Q&A style forum. Eleven candidates are vying for three open City Council seats and three candidates for the position of City Treasurer.

As the June 7 City of Beverly Hills General Municipal Election approaches, various community groups in Beverly Hills are hosting public event

Early Thursday morning, the BHPD responded to an “auto versus a bicycle traffic accident” at the intersection of Rodeo D...
04/27/2022
Bicyclist Hit on Rodeo Drive – Beverly Hills Courier

Early Thursday morning, the BHPD responded to an “auto versus a bicycle traffic accident” at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and North Santa Monica Boulevard. The collision was reported shortly after midnight on April 21 and resulted in major injuries sustained by the bicyclist who was transported to a local hospital by ambulance. While other outlets reported the incident was fatal, BHPD’s Lt. Giovanni Trejo disputed that.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

On the first night of Passover, one of the holiest days in Judaism and a time marked by community and reflection, reside...
04/26/2022
Antisemitic Flyers Found on First Night of Passover – Beverly Hills Courier

On the first night of Passover, one of the holiest days in Judaism and a time marked by community and reflection, residents in Beverly Hills and Westwood discovered antisemitic flyers at their homes. For those in Beverly Hills, one of the only Jewish-majority cities outside of Israel, this marks the third such incident.

On the first night of Passover, one of the holiest days in Judaism and a time marked by community and reflection, residents in Beverly Hills

In a continuation of an alarming trend in Los Angeles, four men visiting from Northern California were followed to an Ai...
04/25/2022
LAPD Investigating Coldwater Canyon Follow-Home Robbery – Beverly Hills Courier

In a continuation of an alarming trend in Los Angeles, four men visiting from Northern California were followed to an Airbnb on Coldwater Canyon Drive and robbed at gunpoint. Suspects made off with goods and cash worth an estimated $20,000, according to police.

In a continuation of an alarming trend in Los Angeles, four men visiting from Northern California were followed to an Airbnb on Coldwater

The Courier recently asked all 11 City Council candidates to answer a series of four questions for publication. Two of t...
04/24/2022
City Council Candidates Answer the Courier’s Questions – Beverly Hills Courier

The Courier recently asked all 11 City Council candidates to answer a series of four questions for publication. Two of those questions were directed to all of the candidates; two were addressed to the incumbents (Councilmembers John Mirisch, Lester Friedman and Robert Wunderlich); and two to the challengers (Commissioners Andy Licht and Sharona Nazarian; Vera Markowitz, Shiva Bagheri, Akshat “A.B.” Bhatia, Darian Bojeaux, Kevin Kugley and Robin Rowe).

All of the candidates submitted responses, which will be presented in a two-part series commencing this week. The order in which the candidates appear was selected by random drawing.

Lester Friedman, John Mirisch and Robert Wunderlich. And two questions were directed to challengers, Andy Licht, Sharona Nazarian

Aariel Maynor, the 30-year-old who pleaded guilty to killing Beverly Hills philanthropist Jaqueline Avant, has been sent...
04/22/2022
Jaqueline Avant’s Murderer Sentenced to 190 Years – Beverly Hills Courier

Aariel Maynor, the 30-year-old who pleaded guilty to killing Beverly Hills philanthropist Jaqueline Avant, has been sentenced to 190 years to life for Avant’s murder and the attempted murder of her security guard on Dec. 1. Prosecutors claimed that Maynor shot the 81-year-old while attempting to rob her Trousdale Estates home.

Aariel Maynor, the 30-year-old who pleaded guilty to killing Beverly Hills philanthropist Jaqueline Avant, has been sentenced to 190 years

The Beverly Hills Courier has installed an Advisory Board comprised of six prominent members of our local community. The...
04/22/2022
Beverly Hills Courier Names Six to New Advisory Board – Beverly Hills Courier

The Beverly Hills Courier has installed an Advisory Board comprised of six prominent members of our local community. The Board will advise the Courier’s publishers in formulating editorial policy and shaping the overall direction of the Courier, now in its 57th year.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

The unions representing the Beverly Hills police and fire departments have announced their endorsements for the June 7 C...
04/21/2022
Police and Firefighter Unions Make City Council Endorsements – Beverly Hills Courier

The unions representing the Beverly Hills police and fire departments have announced their endorsements for the June 7 City Council race, with the Beverly Hills Police Officers Association backing Vera Markowitz, Planning Commission Chair Andy Licht, and Councilmembers Lester Friedman and Robert Wunderlich and the Beverly Hills Firefighters Association supporting Human Relations Commissioner Dr. Sharona Nazarian.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

Shlomi Shabat, the legendary Israeli singer known as the “godfather of Israeli music,” met with Mayor Lili Bosse and the...
04/20/2022
Shlomi Shabat Honored by Beverly Hills City Council – Beverly Hills Courier

Shlomi Shabat, the legendary Israeli singer known as the “godfather of Israeli music,” met with Mayor Lili Bosse and the Beverly Hills City Council on April 11 to accept a proclamation honoring his contributions to the Israeli American and Jewish community.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

On April 11, 2022, the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies held its 10th anniversary gala at the Wallis Annenber...
04/20/2022
Nazarian Center Holds 10th Anniversary Gala – Beverly Hills Courier

On April 11, 2022, the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies held its 10th anniversary gala at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. The event celebrated the Center’s work to promote the study of modern Israel by sponsoring UCLA courses, public programs, academic research, and hosting visiting Israeli scholars, writers, and artists.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

After 25 years serving the largest conservative Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, Sinai Temple’s Senior Rabbi David Wo...
04/20/2022
Sinai Temple Senior Rabbi David Wolpe to Retire – Beverly Hills Courier

After 25 years serving the largest conservative Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, Sinai Temple’s Senior Rabbi David Wolpe announced that he will step down on June 30, 2023. Following his departure, Wolpe, 63, will serve as visiting scholar at Harvard Divinity School in Boston. Sinai Temple Rabbis Nicole Guzik and Erez Sherman will jointly assume the position of Senior Rabbi next summer, when Wolpe will transition to Emeritus Rabbi.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

The Beverly Hills City Council met in chambers on Tuesday afternoon for an at-times lively and serious special study ses...
04/19/2022
City Council Takes Up Broad Range of Topics at Study Session – Beverly Hills Courier

The Beverly Hills City Council met in chambers on Tuesday afternoon for an at-times lively and serious special study session prior to its evening meeting. Following in-depth discussions and presentations covering the Beverly Hills Police Real Time Watch Center and Rodeo Drive special events, including the upcoming Concours d’Elegance, the discussion turned to the final two topics: Mayor Lili Bosse’s request for an update on the creation of a public health department for the City of Beverly Hills and the recording and providing of hybrid broadcast-online capabilities for Council liaison and ad hoc meetings, as in-person meetings have resumed.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

In a marathon seven-hour meeting on April 12, the Beverly Hills City Council took up multiple hot-button topics, includi...
04/19/2022
Marathon Council Meeting Tackles Renter Protections and 1001 Roxbury – Beverly Hills Courier

In a marathon seven-hour meeting on April 12, the Beverly Hills City Council took up multiple hot-button topics, including the city’s eviction and rent increase moratoria and the historic status of a mansion on North Roxbury Drive.

The Beverly Hills Courier is the publication of record for Beverly Hills, California, one of the world’s most well-known destinations.

In Beverly Hills, Father’s Day is synonymous with the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, an antique automobile legacy even...
04/19/2022
Plans Revealed for 2022 Concours d’Elegance in Beverly Hills – Beverly Hills Courier

In Beverly Hills, Father’s Day is synonymous with the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, an antique automobile legacy event that first began in 1993. The Concours d’Elegance returns this year on June 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in a new format that includes elements from the Tour and Concours, with select cars positioned on Rodeo Drive for the public to view in addition to a VIP/sponsor driving tour.

In Beverly Hills, Father’s Day is synonymous with the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance, an antique automobile legacy event that first

Beverly Hills City Council candidates Commissioner Sharona Nazarian and Councilmember Robert Wunderlich have received th...
04/18/2022
Nazarian and Wunderlich Receive Key Endorsement – Beverly Hills Courier

Beverly Hills City Council candidates Commissioner Sharona Nazarian and Councilmember Robert Wunderlich have received the endorsement of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP). Out of the 11 candidates running for three open spots on the Council, four sat down for endorsement interviews, including Nazarian, who serves on the Human Relations Commission; Wunderlich; Planning Commission Chair Andy Licht and Councilmember Lester Friedman.

Beverly Hills City Council candidates Commissioner Sharona Nazarian and Councilmember Robert Wunderlich have received the endorsement

Cedars-Sinai announced a $10 million gift to establish the Bernard and Maxine Platzer Lynn Family Memory and Healthy Agi...
04/14/2022
Cedars-Sinai Gifted $10M to Create Memory and Aging Program – Beverly Hills Courier

Cedars-Sinai announced a $10 million gift to establish the Bernard and Maxine Platzer Lynn Family Memory and Healthy Aging Program in the Department of Neurology on March 25. The program will broaden the scope of age-related care at Cedars-Sinai with a focus on healthy aging, patient independence, care coordination, and brain health.

Cedars-Sinai announced a $10 million gift to establish the Bernard and Maxine Platzer Lynn Family Memory and Healthy Aging Program

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Great reporting by Beverly Hills Courier regarding the new voting system! The story by Sandra Sims was perfect! https://bhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/011020Fissue.pdf