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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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A set of new streetscape design standards for Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards received consensus support from the Bev...
01/13/2022
City Creates Design Standards for Subway Corridor – Beverly Hills Courier

A set of new streetscape design standards for Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards received consensus support from the Beverly Hills City Council during its Jan. 4 Study Session.

The standards come in anticipation of two future subway stations at the intersections of Wilshire and La Cienega, and Wilshire and Reeves Drive as part of the Metro network.

A set of new streetscape design standards for Wilshire and La Cienega Boulevards received consensus support from the Beverly Hills City

Twice over the span of a month, flyers containing COVID-19 conspiracy theories appeared in front of houses across Beverl...
01/12/2022
Flyers Highlight Growing Antisemitism in Modern Conspiracies – Beverly Hills Courier

Twice over the span of a month, flyers containing COVID-19 conspiracy theories appeared in front of houses across Beverly Hills, tucked inside Ziplock bags with dry rice to weigh them down. In the age of internet-mediated misinformation and hate, the flyers seemed a throwback to an earlier era: “Every single aspect of the COVID agenda is Jewish,” the flyers read at the top of the page beside a Star of David and a pentagram—in essence, blaming the Jewish people for the deadliest pandemic in over 100 years.

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A temporary change in city regulations allowing some private structures to be displayed in Beverly Gardens Park was unan...
01/11/2022
City Code Changed as Frieze Reveals Sculpture Line-Up – Beverly Hills Courier

A temporary change in city regulations allowing some private structures to be displayed in Beverly Gardens Park was unanimously approved by the Beverly Hills City Council during its Jan. 4 Regular Meeting.

A temporary change in city regulations allowing some private structures to be displayed in Beverly Gardens Park was unanimously

After multiple incidents last month where flyers containing antisemitic tropes and COVID-19 conspiracies were distribute...
01/11/2022
City Council Responds to Antisemitic Flyers – Beverly Hills Courier

After multiple incidents last month where flyers containing antisemitic tropes and COVID-19 conspiracies were distributed throughout the city, the Beverly Hills City Council explored possible legal and civil remedies at its Jan. 4 Regular Meeting.

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

Peter Bogdanovich, considered one of the most influential filmmakers of the 1970s and the man behind classics such as “T...
01/11/2022
Peter Bogdanovich Dies at 82 – Beverly Hills Courier

Peter Bogdanovich, considered one of the most influential filmmakers of the 1970s and the man behind classics such as “The Last Picture Show’’ and “Paper Moon,’’ died on Jan. 6 in Los Angeles at age 82. His daughter, Antonia, told The Hollywood Reporter her father died shortly after midnight of natural causes at his home.

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

01/10/2022
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As COVID-19 cases continue to surge, the Beverly Hills Public Library announced they will reduce operating hours and services for the safety of its employees and the public. Beginning Monday, January 10, 2022, through the end of January (this could be extended if COVID-19 cases continue to rise), Beverly Hills Public Library will provide Side-Walk pick-up from 9:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., and the building will be open to the public for Grab & Go services from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The library will be closed on the weekends, but guests are encouraged to use the library’s robust digital library which provides a host of online services, including e-books and digital entertainment, resources for learning and enrichment and so much more.

In addition, limited passport services will be offered. Passport photos will not be offered; those seeking passports through the library will have to supply their own official passport size photo.
The Friends Book Store will be closed until January 31 and could be extended if COVID-19 cases continue to rise. For more information and to access digital services, go to www.bhpl.org.

Crustacean, the high-end seafood restaurant on North Bedford Drive, experienced a burglary in the early morning of Jan. ...
01/09/2022
Suspects Burgle $128,000 from Crustacean – Beverly Hills Courier

Crustacean, the high-end seafood restaurant on North Bedford Drive, experienced a burglary in the early morning of Jan. 2, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department. An unspecified number of suspects made off with liquor and currency valued at an estimated $128,000.

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

Betty White holds the world’s record for her television career that spanned eight decades. She is also one of Beverly Hi...
01/08/2022
Farewell to Hometown Hero Betty White – Beverly Hills Courier

Betty White holds the world’s record for her television career that spanned eight decades. She is also one of Beverly Hills’ most beloved alumni. It was at Horace Mann Elementary School that she first discovered her interest in performing after writing and playing the lead in the graduation play in 1935. Four years later she was voted “Best Looking” in the 1939 Beverly High yearbook.

Betty White holds the world’s record for her television career that spanned eight decades. She is also one of Beverly Hills’ most beloved

On Jan. 5, Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy announced mandatory testing re...
01/07/2022
BHUSD Announces Mandatory COVID-19 Testing Prior to Jan. 10 Return to School – Beverly Hills Courier

On Jan. 5, Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy announced mandatory testing requirements for the return to in-classroom instruction on Jan. 10.

This Sunday, Jan. 9, BHUSD will hold a COVID-19 testing day to provide staff, students, and parents with at home tests at no cost. The testing will take place outside Hawthorne Elementary in a drive-thru fashion with two stops.

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 unanimously passed a resolution backing the latest attempt to recall Los Angeles County D...
01/07/2022
Beverly Hills City Council Unanimously Supports Gascón Recall – Beverly Hills Courier

The Beverly Hills City Council unanimously passed a resolution backing the latest attempt to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón. In an effort to wrest some measure of local control from the DA, the Council also further explored the creation of a city prosecutor to handle state misdemeanor charges. The City Council previously passed a vote of no confidence in the new DA last March in a 3-2 vote.

The Beverly Hills City Council unanimously passed a resolution backing the latest attempt to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney

01/06/2022

The family of the late Jacqueline Avant has announced a memorial fund in her name. Donations can be made to the Jacqueline Avant Memorial Fund, benefiting the new MLK Children and Family Well-Being Center in the Watts/Willowbrook neighborhood of South Los Angeles. The Center is part of the MLK Health and Wellness Community Development Corporation (MLK-CDC), and gifts will help the continued growth of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital and the MLK Behavioral Health Center.

New laws go into effect every new year, and in 2022 a host of new California State laws will impact everything from hous...
01/05/2022
New State Laws: What They Mean for Beverly Hills – Beverly Hills Courier

New laws go into effect every new year, and in 2022 a host of new California State laws will impact everything from housing and crime to the environment and animal rights. Here are some of those new laws.

New laws go into effect every new year, and in 2022 a host of new California State laws will impact everything from housing and crime to

Beverly Hills resident and salon owner Gina Bisignano, who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riots, has pleaded g...
01/05/2022
Terms of Bisignano Plea Deal Unsealed – Beverly Hills Courier

Beverly Hills resident and salon owner Gina Bisignano, who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riots, has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the day, according to a newly unsealed plea agreement. Bisignano, along with two other Beverly Hills residents, numbers among the more than 700 suspects charged in the Capitol insurrection.

Beverly Hills resident and salon owner Gina Bisignano, who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riots, has pleaded guilty to charges

With the omicron variant of the novel coronavirus pushing COVID-19 cases higher in Los Angeles, the City of Beverly Hill...
01/03/2022
City to Run Pop-Up Vaccine Clinic For Employees – Beverly Hills Courier

With the omicron variant of the novel coronavirus pushing COVID-19 cases higher in Los Angeles, the City of Beverly Hills will hold a pop-up vaccine clinic for employees on Jan. 5. The clinic, which will set up shop beside the Civic Center on Rexford Drive, will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
https://beverlyhillscourier.com/2022/01/02/city-to-run-pop-up-vaccine-clinic-for-employees/

With the omicron variant of the novel coronavirus pushing COVID-19 cases higher in Los Angeles, the City of Beverly Hills will hold a pop-up

Sisters Erin and Sara Foster opened the first brick-and-mortar store for their women’s clothing brand, Favorite Daughter...
12/29/2021
Favorite Daughter Opens in Beverly Hills – Beverly Hills Courier

Sisters Erin and Sara Foster opened the first brick-and-mortar store for their women’s clothing brand, Favorite Daughter, in Beverly Hills. The store, which officially opened on Dec. 13 at 346 North Beverly Drive, features a feather chandelier by artist Maurice Harris of Bloom & Plume floral design in Echo Park, lush light pink carpeting and a bright mix of art deco furniture.

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

After 27 years in the Beverly Hills Fire Department and a 34-year career overall, Deputy Fire Chief Joe Matsch retired o...
12/29/2021
Deputy Fire Chief Joe Matsch Hangs Up His Helmet – Beverly Hills Courier

After 27 years in the Beverly Hills Fire Department and a 34-year career overall, Deputy Fire Chief Joe Matsch retired on Dec. 20. In an interview with the Courier, he reflected on nearly three decades of public service in the city.

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

Realtor and star of BRAVO TV’s “Million Dollar Listing-LA” Josh Flagg and his husband Bobby Boyd hosted a magical winter...
12/28/2021
Holiday Glamour in Beverly Hills – Beverly Hills Courier

Realtor and star of BRAVO TV’s “Million Dollar Listing-LA” Josh Flagg and his husband Bobby Boyd hosted a magical winter wonderland evening at their house last week. Guests were treated to a surprise performance by Grammy winner Taylor Dayne and signature dishes from classic L.A. restaurants, such as Chasen’s.

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

The Los Angeles Police Department arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a home break-in reported just before 10 ...
12/28/2021
Prowler Makes Himself at Home in Bel Air Mansion – Beverly Hills Courier

The Los Angeles Police Department arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with a home break-in reported just before 10 p.m. on Dec. 20 in Bel Air. Police continue to search for a second prowler related to the same incident. The residents were not home at the time of the break-in, and no injuries or theft were reported, LAPD told the Courier.

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

The flyers combine age-old antisemitic tropes with conspiracies about the COVID-19 pandemic. The flyers list members of ...
12/28/2021
Antisemitic Flyers Found Again – Beverly Hills Courier

The flyers combine age-old antisemitic tropes with conspiracies about the COVID-19 pandemic. The flyers list members of the government who it claims are Jews, incorrectly identifying at least one person as Jewish. The text, “Every single aspect of the COVID agenda is Jewish,” appears at the top, sandwiched between a Star of David and a pentagram.

Beverly Hills residents once again discovered hundreds of flyers containing antisemitic COVID-19 conspiracy theories, marking the second

Beverly Hills philanthropist and theatre producer Vera Guerin has made the single largest donation in Cedars-Sinai Medic...
12/27/2021
Guerin Gives $100 Million to Cedars-Sinai – Beverly Hills Courier

Beverly Hills philanthropist and theatre producer Vera Guerin has made the single largest donation in Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s 100-year history, according to the nonprofit hospital.

With more than 6,200 babies delivered each year, Cedars-Sinai is no stranger to children’s medical care. Now it will be improving and expanding its facilities with a $100 million donation from the Shapell Guerin Family Foundation to create Cedars- Sinai Guerin Children’s.
https://beverlyhillscourier.com/2021/12/24/guerin-gives-100-million-to-cedars-sinai/

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

The Learning Garden at Castle Heights Elementary School fell into disrepair during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one local ...
12/21/2021
Boy Scout Cultivates Next Generation of Green Thumbs – Beverly Hills Courier

The Learning Garden at Castle Heights Elementary School fell into disrepair during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one local teen took action and brought the garden back to life. Sixteen-year-old Boy Scout Eric Cacavas of Beverly Hills Troop 110 took on the challenge as part of his path to becoming an Eagle Scout, but the task ahead of the teenager was no small one.

The Learning Garden at Castle Heights Elementary School fell into disrepair during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one local teen

Frieze Week in Beverly Hills is only two months away, and the city is gearing up to put its best foot forward for the ev...
12/21/2021
Tight Budgets, Short Timeline: Frieze Week Heating Up – Beverly Hills Courier

Frieze Week in Beverly Hills is only two months away, and the city is gearing up to put its best foot forward for the event. Set to take place on Feb. 17-20, the multi-faceted art exhibition is expected to bring in more than 35,000 visitors from around the world.

Frieze Week in Beverly Hills is only two months away, and the city is gearing up to put its best foot forward for the event. Set to

Two Beverly Hills firefighters have filed a lawsuit against the city and Los Angeles County over the county’s vaccine ma...
12/21/2021
Firefighters Sue City Over Vaccine Mandate – Beverly Hills Courier

Two Beverly Hills firefighters have filed a lawsuit against the city and Los Angeles County over the county’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers.

Two Beverly Hills firefighters have filed a lawsuit against the city and Los Angeles County over the county’s vaccine mandate for

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In Defiance.... I would like to congratulate those restaurants owners who have re-opened their restaurants for outdoor dining in defiance of Gov. Newsom's ban on outdoor dining. There is no justification in throwing 100's of thousands of workers out of work (300,000 in LA county alone). There is absolutely no proof that outdoor dining spreads the Covid-19 virus. More restaurants need to be in defiance and re-open. One other thing. Sign the petition (I have) to recall this incompetent and inept governor.
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Free transportation coming to the Republic of New California. Why then, do I see all these white license plates everywhere around here? If we look at a local Real Estate web site, we see houses in escrow after 3 days on the market. Marilyn's childhood friend in San Francisco says there are lots of For Rent and For Sale signs. She says "first time ever."
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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