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COURIER ENDORSES BRUCKER, BRIEN FOR CITY COUNCIL

BARRY BRUCKERWe find our endorsement of Barry Brucker one of the easier tasks we will perform

George Christy 02-13-2009

“Trust us, you’ll have fun,” promised the Center Theater Group’s Nancy Hereford and Kenny Werther when we arrived for the world premiere of the Broadway-bound Minsky’s at the Ahmanson Theater

Courier Candidate Interviews Reveal Discomfort In City

A strong sense of unease at the way the City of Beverly Hills operates, motivates all the challengers for City Council seats interviewed by The Courier to date, a concern shared by incumbent Mayor Barry Brucker.

George Christy 02-20-2009

Her talent for making us laugh with madcap monologues spiced with up-yours bitchery precedes her

BHUSD, A District Of Choice?

The Beverly Hills Unified School District Board of Education is considering a move to make the district a “District of Choice

Hoteliers, Council Come Out To Support Efforts In China

The Beverly Hills Global Partners will continue fostering a “Sister City” relationship with Pudong, China, after the Beverly Hills City Council unanimously agreed to grant their request for additional support in the amount of $25,000.

COURIER ENDORSES BRUCKER, BRIEN FOR CITY COUNCIL

BARRY BRUCKERWe find our endorsement of Barry Brucker one of the easier tasks we will perform

George Christy 02-13-2009

“Trust us, you’ll have fun,” promised the Center Theater Group’s Nancy Hereford and Kenny Werther when we arrived for the world premiere of the Broadway-bound Minsky’s at the Ahmanson Theater

Sparks Fly At Otherwise Boring Board Meeting

This week’s school board meeting was relatively uneventful, a point worth noting as the board has been confronted with multiple controversial issues as of late

City’s Water Supply Questioned

Southern California is experiencing the impacts of a drought combined with restrictions in key water supplies the likes of which have not been felt for almost 20 years.  

Courier Candidate Interviews Reveal Discomfort In City

A strong sense of unease at the way the City of Beverly Hills operates, motivates all the challengers for City Council seats interviewed by The Courier to date, a concern shared by incumbent Mayor Barry Brucker.

City Still Hiring, Despite L.A.’s Recent Freeze

Although the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a hiring freeze on Tuesday, it appears Beverly Hills is not following in its footsteps.

George Christy USC Library Reviews

    A library gives a house a soul, noted Cicero, the Roman philosopher and politician during the lst century B.C., adding that if you have a garden and a library what more do you need in life?   Over the weekend, The Friends of the USC Libraries hosted their 2lst annual Scripter Awards Gala at the ornate Los Angeles Times’ Reference Room in the historic Doheny Memorial Library, built in 1932 by the oil-wealthy Doheny family
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