Archives for January 2011 | BH Courier

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Germany’s Merkel urges quick restart of peace talks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday to seek a swift revival of peace talks with the Palestinians citing regional unrest as cause for urgency. At a joint press conference with Netanyahu on the first day of a visit that included a joint German-Israeli cabinet meeting, she spoke of “troubled times” against […] 7:07 pm Read More

Metro Meeting At Roxbury Park Auditorium Tonight

The controversial subway route that could run under Beverly Hills homes and schools will be discussed at a local Metro meeting tonight from 6-8 p.m. at Roxbury Park Auditorium, located at 471 S. Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills. 6:11 pm Read More

Two Men Stabbed In Orange County Neighborhood

Two men were stabbed and required emergency surgery following a Sunday night fight with up to 15 suspects in an unincorporated Orange County neighborhood, a sheriff’s lieutenant said. Sheriff’s deputies found one victim with multiple stab wounds in the 11000 block of Rancho Santiago Boulevard at 10:50 p.m., said Lt. Jerry Carlson. He was transported […] 5:19 pm Read More

Celtics Defeat Lakers In NBA Finals Rematch

Paul Pierce scored 32 points and the Boston Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 109-96 on Sunday in a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals, despite a 41-point effort from Lakers star Kobe Bryant. Ray Allen added 21 points and Kevin Garnett, sporting a bandage over a cut on his head, contributed 18 points and […] 5:17 pm Read More

Bike Lane Construction In Long Beach Scheduled To Start Today

Construction was scheduled to begin today on an allocated bicycle lane in downtown Long Beach that is part of the city’s 2001 Bicycle Master Plan. The construction operation, scheduled for completion March 11, will be the final phase of the Broadway and Third Street Separated Bikeways project, the Long Beach Press Telegram reported. According to […] 5:12 pm Read More

78-Year-Old Man Killed On Hollywood 101 Freeway Identified

The coroner’s office has identified the 78-year-old man killed in a seven-vehicle pileup Sunday on the Hollywood (101) Freeway in the Cahuenga Pass that also injured two other people. Sylvester Ray Martinez, of Camarillo, was killed in the crash, said coroner’s Lt. Cheryl MacWillie. He was the passenger in a Honda Civic. The crash involved […] 5:10 pm Read More

SAG Award For Cast In Motion Picture Won By ‘The King’s Speech’

Thekingsspeech Posted Sunday January 30, 2011 – 6:56pm“By Brenton Garen, Beverly Hills Courier The Screen Actors Guild Award for Cast in a Motion Picture has been won by The King’s Speech. “You’re aware this is an amazing ensemble,” said Geoffrey Rush. “At the top end of the scale, we have an extraordinary roll call of heavy […] 2:57 am Read More

SAG Award For Actor Won By Colin Firth In ‘The King’s Speech’

Posted Sunday January 30, 2011 – 6:56pm“By Brenton Garen, Beverly Hills Courier The Screen Actors Guild Award for Actor has been won by Colin Firth for his role in The King’s Speech. “This is really something,” Firth said. “Until today, if ever I felt I had a trophy which has told me that something’s really […] 2:51 am Read More

SAG Award For Actress Won By Natalie Portman For ‘Black Swan’

Posted Sunday January 30, 2011 – 6:47pm“By Brenton Garen, Beverly Hills Courier The Screen Actors Guild Award for Actress has been won by Natalie Portman for her role in Black Swan. This was her first SAG nomination and win. “To all the actresses in this category and their performances, I’m so humbled to be among […] 2:43 am Read More