Archives for August 2011 | BH Courier

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Divorce Settlement for Mel Gibson

Mel Gibson will pay the mother of his 22-month-old daughter $750,000 under a settlement reached concerning the former couple’s financial issues, a judge said today. Oksana Grigorieva will be paid in three installments, the last by January 2016. Los Angeles Superior Court Peter D. Lichtman also said the home where Grigorieva lives with her daughter, […] 5:43 pm Read More

Obama pegs jobs speech for September 7

"Washington needs to put aside politics and start making decisions based on what is best for our country and not what is best for each of our parties in order to grow the economy and create jobs," Obama said. 4:59 pm Read More

After Irene, a US political storm brews over disaster aid

In a prelude to ugly autumn budget fights, the White House and its Republican foes battled Wednesday over whether disaster relief for Hurricane Irene’s victims must be offset by spending cuts elsewhere. The feud, the latest in a running US political war over the role of government, flared up even as both sides agreed it […] 4:45 pm Read More

Dancing With the Stars New Contestants Announced

Reality television personalities Kristin Cavallari and Rob Kardashian, legal commentator Nancy Grace and Los Angeles Laker forward Ron Artest were among the 12 cast members named tonight for the fall season of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.’ The other cast members announced on “Bachelor Pad’ were U.S women’s national soccer team goalkeeper Hope Solo; talk […] 4:38 pm Read More

Grocery Workers Continue Talks

Negotiations between the union representing Southland grocery workers and the owners of Ralphs, Vons and Albertsons will resume today with the help of a federal mediator in hopes of averting a strike. 4:08 pm Read More

Irene damage could be ‘tens of billions’

NEW YORK, August 28, 2011 (AFP) - Hurricane Irene is expected to inflict tens of billions of dollars in damage before it concludes a three-day sweep that has left a trail of havoc from Atlantic beach resorts to Manhattan high rises, officials and others said Sunday. 5:51 pm Read More

Outstanding Orange

19 Zuzanna By Andrea Stern You know autumn has arrived when you see green leaves turn orange. Once this happens, fashionistas know that it is their turn to break out their eyepopping and fashionable orange colored clothing. During the cooler months, while many gravitate towards darker colors, you can brighten up your wardrobe by taking cues from […] 4:07 pm Read More

UCLA Hospitals Recognized For Excellence

UCLA Once again, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the #1 hospital in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, the best in the Western USA and among the top five in the country 4:02 pm Read More

Beverly High Choir Performs In China

Chinatrip When BHUSD Superintendent Gary Woods left for China with 16 students and parent chaperones, he was nervous. All he could think about the responsibility of keeping the kids safe. But by the end, he was just thankful. 12:53 am Read More