Archives for May 2010 | BH Courier

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An unconventional easy ride ends for Dennis Hopper

LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Dennis Hopper, a counterculture icon who died Saturday aged 74, had a rollercoaster Hollywood career as an actor and director that spanned over 50 years, but won lasting fame with his cult classic "Easy Rider. 6:28 pm Read More

Gary Coleman passed quickly and peacefully: Manager

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Diminutive former child actor Gary Coleman, known to millions as the star of hit sitcom “Diff’rent Strokes,” died Friday after suffering a brain hemorrhage, his manager said.   Coleman, 42, had been on life support after being hospitalized at the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center on Wednesday. He had slipped into […] 7:04 pm Read More

Cabaret 2010

bhc052810 Beverly High’s French program expanded their annual showcase, “Cabaret,” to include a fundraiser for 2010 4:10 pm Read More

Giving New Hope Gala

bhc052810 The Childrens Burn Foundation benefit drew a large turnout at The Beverly Hilton. From left: Doug Mancino, CBF’s trustees’ board chair; honoree Gisselle Acevedo; and Carol Mancino, founding president of CBF Council. Photo by Lee Salem 4:02 pm Read More

Beverly Hills Forecasters Predict Decline In Property Taxes

By Abbey Hood Forecasters in Beverly Hills are predicting the City’s property taxes might take a “slight dip” because of the large tax assessment value appeals that are due to be determined next fiscal year. For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or downloard the e-edition. 12:57 am Read More

Older American of the Year

bhc052810 Every year in May, local, county, state and the federal government recognize older adults who volunteer and give their wisdom, time and experience to help make the lives of others better 12:08 am Read More

Mumps Cases Reported In Los Angeles–What To Do

Amid an increasing number of mumps cases reported in Los Angeles County, the Department of Public Health urges residents to be alert for any sign of the disease in their community and to take steps to protect themselves. 11:20 pm Read More

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

bhc052810 Beverly Hills Little League’s Freddy Wolfe and media director for the Los Angeles Dodgers Ben Platt hosted Beverly Hills Little Leaguers Sunday as the Dodgers battled the Detroit Tigers 11:12 pm Read More


bhc052810 On May 20, 2010, The C.H.I.P.S., a support group that raises funds to benefit Children’s Institute, Inc. in its efforts to help children affected by violence and abuse, hosted an evening featuring wine tasting, vintage fashions and friend-raising in support of CII. The event, which took place at The Annenberg Community Beach House, highlighted a […] 11:05 pm Read More

Courier Update: ‘Monster Home’ Crackdown

By Abbey Hood The Courier was the first to report on the City’s crackdown against homeowners who are openly disregarding the City’s code when remodeling their homes. In the March 5 issue, the article “Monster Home Crackdown” reported the City Council issued a stop work order for a single-family residence at 1201 Laurel Way after […] 11:00 pm Read More