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Former BHHS Football, Musical Star And Son Of Actor Bernardi, To Make Local Stage Debut

Michael Bernardi is not only following in his father’s footsteps, but taking his own path, making his local stage debut in Cabaret at the Met Theatre.

1971 BHHS All-Star Reunion

1971 BHHS ALL-STAR REUNION— The 1971 Beverly Hills eighth grade all-star basketball team had a reunion at The Jonathan Club downtown on Sunday, which included a scrimmage game against their kids and a shooting contest, both won by the kids

City To Fight CalPERS On Pension Rejection

The Courier learned exclusively that the City Council this week authorized up to $20,000 in legal fees to fight a recent action by CalPERS, the California Public Employees Retirement System, rejecting a last-second salary boost awarded a retiring senior police department executive.

Is marriage on the agenda?

IS MARRIAGE ON THE AGENDA?—Funny People’s Seth Rogen escorted Lauren Miller to the premiere.

Obamacare Update Federal Panel to Decide Treatments

Under the current version of President Obama’s national health care plan, an appointed panel would decide which treatments, if any, a patient could receive

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Former BHHS Football, Musical Star And Son Of Actor Bernardi, To Make Local Stage Debut

Michael Bernardi is not only following in his father’s footsteps, but taking his own path, making his local stage debut in Cabaret at the Met Theatre.

1971 BHHS All-Star Reunion

1971 BHHS ALL-STAR REUNION— The 1971 Beverly Hills eighth grade all-star basketball team had a reunion at The Jonathan Club downtown on Sunday, which included a scrimmage game against their kids and a shooting contest, both won by the kids

Can Varjian Be Sentenced If Ordinance Is In Works?

Beverly Hills has yet to resolve the feral cat issue as of Tuesday’s City Council meeting

City Staff Counters Claims Against Its Accounting

After an exposé entitled, “City Accounting Questioned For High Labor Costs At Ball Fields” published in last week’s newspaper questioning why the City spent $316,000 in labor costs to maintain the City’s athletic fields, City staff called for a meeting between department heads and The Courier

City To Fight CalPERS On Pension Rejection

The Courier learned exclusively that the City Council this week authorized up to $20,000 in legal fees to fight a recent action by CalPERS, the California Public Employees Retirement System, rejecting a last-second salary boost awarded a retiring senior police department executive.

George Christy 07-24-2009

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Kobe rocks at the ESPY awards

KOBE ROCKS AT THE ESPY AWARDS—Vanessa and Kobe Bryant joined Beverly Hills’ sports stars in attendance at the 17th annual ESPY Awards at the Nokia Theatre.
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