Archives for August 2012 | BH Courier

Month: July 2014

Labor Day DUI Checkpoints Throughout Southland

DUI Sobriety Checkpoint Law enforcement officers will be out in force in Los Angeles County over the Labor Day weekend, conducting extra patrols and sobriety checkpoints in an enforcement effort targeting drunken drivers and other traffic violators, authorities said. 2:27 pm Read More

Council Sets $80,000 City Election Spending Limit

By Matt Lopez Candidates in next year’s City Council elections will have a little more money to spend after the council voted 4-0 to approve a voluntary campaign spending limit of $80,000 at its meeting last Thursday. For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the e-edition. 6:22 pm Read More

BHHS Lacrosse All-Star Dillan Watts

Lacrosse All Star BHHS Lacrosse player Dillan Watts had a unique opportunity in July to test her skills against some of the best high school lacrosse players from around the nation as she was selected to the Brine All American National Tournament in Maryland 6:11 pm Read More

Rocking Out with Noah Margo and The Tokens

Rocking Out BHUSD Board of Education member Noah Margo (pictured on bass) played with his band The Tokens during the band’s performance last week at Beverly Canon Gardens in the “Concerts on Canon” series 6:09 pm Read More

Symphony Celebrates

Symphony Celebrates Ilysia Pierce, cantor at the Temple of the Arts, sings Where Is It Written from Yentl, at  the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony’s “Chailights-Celebrating 18 Years Of Jewish Music” anniversary concert Sunday at the Ford Amphitheatre 6:04 pm Read More

Iran Boosts Contested Nuclear Program

Iran has doubled its capacity at a tough-to-bomb nuclear facility, a UN atomic agency report showed Thursday, in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions, sanctions and talk of Israeli military action. 10:36 am Read More