On Monday, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills held it’s annual Music Competition finals at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Students from BHHS auditioned for the competition with seven invited by Event Chair Wanda Presburger to perform. Pictured (front row, from left): Stephan Kim, bass; Andie Chao, violin; Yoona Lee, flute; Julia Choi, piano; Sungmin Lee, violin; Sean O’Donnell, Rotary president; (back row, from left): Scott Senior, saxophone; Jake Kalichman, drums; Wanda Presburger; and Bill Bradbury, BHHS instrumental teacher. Photo by Gidas Peteris
Beverly Hills High graduate and singer songwriter Raye Zaragoza recently traveled with her copy of The Courier recently on a trip to New Mexico. Zaragoza is set to release her debut EP Heroine in May and will have a release party on June 23 at The Federal Bar in North Hollywood. To join the “Carry The Courier” club, take a picture of yourself on vacation with your copy of The Courier and send it to email@example.com.
Long before the launch of the television series, Orange Is The New Black, in July 2013, Nancy Davis chose orange as the signature color for her hugely successful Race to Erase MS fundraisers. That was 22 years ago when she founded the annual event, after her unexpected diagnosis with multiple sclerosis. Her Good Samaritan goal aiming to find that elusive cure for this debilitating disease.
A city panel on homelessness formed today by the Los Angeles City Council is to explore ways the city could build more housing for the homeless.
When boxing hero Manny Pacquiao finally calls an end to his historic career in the ring, he will have his eyes on a much bigger prize -- president of the Philippines.
The UN launched a $415 million appeal for survivors of Nepal's massive earthquake as coordinators warned Thursday that it might take a five-day trek to deliver relief supplies to some of the worst-hit rural areas.
The City of Beverly Hills is holding the first of two meetings Thursday evening, specifically for the purpose of educating residents, stakeholders and interested people in the nuances of labor negotiations and the current Memorandum of Understanding.
Former Lakers and UCLA center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who underwent quadruple coronary-bypass surgery earlier this month, was briefly hospitalized again today after experiencing dizziness, but he was discharged after tests found no complications, hospital officials said.
Entertainment giant Live Nation said Tuesday it was buying a controlling stake in Bonnaroo, one of the most influential US music festivals, in the latest consolidation in the booming industry.
Sunday is the day when all are invited to witness the perfect marriage of automotive and architecture, where elegance meets function to create the Greystone Concours d'Elegance.