Archives for October 2011 | BH Courier

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Defense Expert: Jackson Self Administered Lethal Dose

Prosecutors in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson’s personal physician today will begin cross-examining a defense expert who testified that the singer gave himself a fatal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol after taking eight tablets of the sedative lorazepam in the hours leading up to his death. On Friday, Dr. Paul White told […] 5:49 pm Read More

Hollywood Joy Riders Cause a Stir

A trio of joy riders who scattered after their stolen ride crashed in Hollywood kept LAPD officers busy for about four hours this morning -- until two were nabbed, one of them after being overpowered by a police dog, authorities said. 5:21 pm Read More

Halloween Safety Tips

With little ghosts and goblins heading out into the night for tricks and treats, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation is offering some safety tips to keep everyone safe this Halloween. 5:18 pm Read More

Mickey Rourke To Leave Prints at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

Mickey Rourke Actor Mickey Rourke today will become the 254th celebrity to be immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, honored for a career that saw him rise to fame in the 1980s and make a successful comeback in recent years. Rourke will be joined at the 11 a.m. hand and footprint ceremony by Freida Pinto […] 5:00 pm Read More

Game 6 of World Series Averages 21 Million Viewers

Fox’s coverage of Game 6 of the World Series averaged 21.07 million viewers, the third most for any prime-time television program this season, according to live-plus same-day figures released today by The Nielsen Co. Only the season premiere of “Two and Half Men” (28.74 million) and the Oct. 9 “Sunday Night Football” game between the […] 8:48 pm Read More

Celebrating Women Filmmakers

Pam And Amber Amber Heard (The Rum Diary, The Playboy Club) presented Pam Dixon (left), Casting Society of America president, with the 2011 Lady Filmmaker Illumination award at the WGA Theater during the third annual Lady Filmmakers Film Festival. 4:41 pm Read More

Metro Seismic Report May Doom Entire Subway Project

FaultZone Be careful what you wish for, the law of unintended consequences may get you. It may have in the case of Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s geologic opus intended to force a subway tunnel under Beverly Hills High School. 1:28 am Read More

Getting Ready For Halloween

LisaRinna102311 SD51 Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin had a blast posing as characters from Pirates of the Caribbean during the 19th annual Halloween Carnival benefitting the Camp Ronald McDonald at the Universal Backlot. 1:22 am Read More

Metro Study Tainted, Limited

The Courier asked professionals with geology and engineering expertise to make a quick review of the full “Century City Area Fault Investigation Report” prepared by Parsons Brinkerhoff at the direction of Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky 1:18 am Read More