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The 2015 Special Olympics Summer Games came to Los Angeles this summer and The Courier was there to snap memories of all the exciting action. All Photos by DAVID BERKE.
Last night, the Beverly Hills Education Foundation feted its past presidents while installing its incoming board of directors at the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel.
Beverly Hills Unified School District attorney Fred Fenster, a partner at Greenberg Glusker, is ever-more certain that the district’s former facilities manager Karen Christiansen will never see a dime of the $20 million-plus she is now “owed” thanks to the California Supreme Court’s belief that Government Code section 1090 applies to consultants.
A man died Tuesday night in the 300 block of North Crescent Drive after what Beverly Hills police are investigating as a fatal hit-and-run incident.
Buyers couldn’t act fast enough to purchase the $76 million in General Obligation (GO) bonds that the Beverly Hills Unified School District put up for sale Tuesday morning through Citigroup, with the bonds selling out in under three hours.
The Beverly Hilton celebrated 60 years last Friday night with a special party around the famous Aqua Star Pool. Pictured above: Beverly Hilton owner Beny Alagem, Councilmember Nancy Krasne and Mayor Julian Gold cut the cake.
Tuesday’s Recreation and Parks Commission meeting was packed with community members who had taken the day off to voice their support for the dog park and express opposition to a plan that would close the park from sundown Friday to noon Saturday and on High Holy Days, and to close the park at sunset.
On Oct. 27, the Barbara S. Bowman Collection of Japanese woodblock prints will make its debut at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Pavilion for Japanese Art. The stunning collection of some 100 prints by masters such as Hiroshige, Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Kuniyoshi was a gift by the longtime Beverly Hills resident and her husband.
Briana Evigan, Alex Shaffer and Emily Ratajkowski paraded the Red Carpet during the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' We Are Your Friends at the TCL Chinese Theatre.