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Month: July 2014

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (123016)

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 30). They love you. Just let them. You'll be showered with affectionate gestures through the first part of the year. School is featured prominently and life-changing relationships happen through the learning process. In April, network and cash in. September brings very successful business arrangements. Pisces and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 12, 14, 19, 5 and 32. 9:41 am Read More

Red Ravens – The AYSO Region 76 Girls Under-10 soccer season came to an end on Dec.11 with the Red Ravens defeating the Incredibles, 4-3

AYSO Red Ravens: Third row (from left:) Audrey Perry, Sophia Haroutunian, Lily Hunt and Jayme Carver-Jacoby. Second row (from left): Allegra Steele, Honor Maurer and Romy Harari. Front row (from left): Francie Wallack, Stella Kalish and Shaili Betesh. The AYSO Region 76 Girls Under-10 soccer season came to an end on Dec.11 with the Red Ravens coming back from a 3-1 deficit in the second half to defeat the Incredibles, 4-3, in a very close match at the new Beverly Vista field. The Red Ravens will now move on to represent Beverly Hills AYSO Region 76 against the winners from surrounding regions in the Area Tournament of Champions on Jan.14 and 15. 5:27 pm Read More

Thank You, Brad – The Beverly Hills City Council paid tribute to Brad Meyerowitz at its last City Council meeting

v-brad-meyerwortz The Beverly Hills City Council paid tribute to Brad Meyerowitz at its last City Council meeting. Meyerowitz is retiring after 38 years in Beverly Hills, the majority of which was served in the Recreation Services Department. Pictured (from left): Brad Meyerowitz, Sandy Meyerowitz, Vice-Mayor Nancy Krasne, Councilmembers Kathy Reims, Lili Bosse and Julian Gold, Justin Meyerowitz, and Justin's fiancé, Melanie Staehelin. 5:25 pm Read More

Nice People

Ava Phillippe Ava Phillippe, Stevie Wonder and Reese Witherspoon attended the world premiere of Sing in Los Angeles. 5:24 pm Read More

Prosecutors Say Robert Durst Still Poses Threat To Witnesses

New York real estate scion Robert Durst, who is accused of killing a friend in Benedict Canyon in 2000, still presents a threat to witnesses in the pending murder case, prosecutors contended in court papers filed Thursday, despite defense arguments that Durst is jailed and too old and frail to be a danger to anyone.   5:21 pm Read More

Police Arbitration: BHPD Capt. Rosen ‘Not Credible’

The City of Beverly Hills has lost yet another arbitration in a decision handed down Dec. 22 in the case of Officer Joseph Vela, costing the City yet again, more than a million for this arbitration alone, and undermining credibility in the Snowden-era leadership of Capt. Mark Rosen.   5:20 pm Read More

Final Beverly Hills Oil Well To Close Sunday

Board of Education President Mel Spitz confirmed that Venoco, Inc. will extract its final drops of oil from the Beverly Hills High School oil well tomorrow with the remediation process to decommission the City’s final operational oil well set to begin immediately. 5:05 pm Read More