Archives for October 2012 | BH Courier

Month: July 2014

BHUSD Agrees To Double Pricetag To Feed K-8 Students

The Board of Education today convened a special board meeting to discuss the future of food service at Beverly Hills schools after contract negotiations with Choicelunch to provide food service at the K-8 level failed to conform to the price point approved by the board last week. 4:51 pm Read More

NBC Unveils Midseason Schedule

The Voice NBC announced today that its midseason lineup will include three new series, along with the returns of the musical drama "Smash," the comedy "Community," and new seasons of "The Voice," "The Celebrity Apprentice" and "The Biggest Loser. 12:09 pm Read More

Thousands Expected for WeHo Halloween Carnaval This Evening

As many as a half-million costumed revelers are expected to descend on Santa Monica Boulevard tonight as West Hollywood presents its annual Halloween Carnaval, billed as one of the world’s largest Halloween celebrations. The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, which runs from 6 to 11 p.m. on Santa Monica Boulevard between Doheny Drive and La Cienega […] 10:40 am Read More

UCLA To Go Smoke-Free

UCLA Goes Tobacco Free The UCLA campus will become a smoke- and tobacco- free zone beginning in April, Chancellor Gene Block announced today, following through on a request by the president of the University of California system. 11:53 am Read More

‘Universal’s Legacy of Horrors’ Concluding Tonight with ‘Phantom of the Opera’

Lon Chaney As The Phantom Of The Opera Carla Laemmle, age 103, a dancer and niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, film historian/preservationist Kevin Brownlow and Lon Chaney’s grandson Ron are scheduled to attend as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences screens “The Phantom of the Opera (1925),” concluding its “Universal’s Legacy of Horrors” monthlong series of classic horror films. […] 11:34 am Read More

Hurricane Sandy Now Hitting New York

Hurricane Sandy Powerful winds buckled a crane on a New York skyscraper, giving an alarming warning of the danger from Hurricane Sandy as authorities tried desperately to persuade people in high-risk areas to get to safety. 2:13 pm Read More

Trespasser Arrested at Tom Cruise’s Beverly Hills Home

Tom Cruise By Matt Lopez The Beverly Hills Police Department arrested a man trespassing on Tom Cruise’s Calle Vista Drive property in Beverly Hills late Sunday evening. Jason Sullivan, 41, was attempting to leave the property when he was taken into custody. He was previously detained by an on-site security officer, who witnessed Sullivan trying to climb […] 12:45 am Read More

Beverly Hills Football Beats Hawthorne on Homecoming Night

Beverly Hills High School’s football team got back in the win column Friday night, beating visiting Hawthorne 20-6 on Homecoming night at Beverly Hills High. Two early first quarter touchdowns set the tone for the Normans. Beverly High scored first on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Zach Bialobos to Jared Forman. That score was quickly […] 11:17 am Read More