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Beverly Hills Encourages Support And Caution for Harvey Relief

The City of Beverly Hills and the BHPD issued separate press releases Thursday to encourage the community to support relief efforts in the storm-tossed areas.

Incident At El Rodeo Ignites Safety Concerns

El Rodeo students and staff got a bit of a scare on Friday morning when a man jumped the fence shortly after school began.

Virtual Reality In Pediatrics: Game Changer For Patients, Providers At CHLA

An anxious adolescent showed up to have his blood drawn and was asked if he’d like to try virtual reality goggles. The boy agreed. A few minutes later he asked, “When are you going to take it?” According to Jeffrey I. Gold, Ph.D., the boy was surprised when he took off his headset and found that the blood sample had already been drawn and was on the table beside him.

Health Happenings—Cancer Convention This Weekend, Farrah Fawcett Foundation Sets ‘Tex-Mex’ Fiesta Benefit

The Cancer Control Convention will present the latest in prevention and cancer control through nutrition, tests and non-toxic therapies.  The Farrah Fawcett Foundation's "Tex-Mex Fiesta" will benefit Stand Up To Cancer's ongoing research efforts.  

Possible Burglary Prompts Hawthorne To Shelter In Place Once Again

For the second time since the new school year began, Hawthorne students were forced to shelter in place following a neighborhood incident on Tuesday. This week’s scare came just days after a family-related neighborhood disturbance on North Elm last Thursday prompted the school to enact the same protocol of keeping students in classrooms.

Beverly Hills Dog Park To Celebrate First Birthday On Sept. 10

Line up the water bowls and lap it up, as the City of Beverly Hills and Mayor Lili Bosse celebrate the one year anniversary of the Beverly Hills Community Dog Park at a Barks & Breakfast event, 10:30 a.m. – noon Sunday, Sept. 10.

Beverly Hills Encourages Support And Caution for Harvey Relief

The City of Beverly Hills and the BHPD issued separate press releases Thursday to encourage the community to support relief efforts in the storm-tossed areas.

Incident At El Rodeo Ignites Safety Concerns

El Rodeo students and staff got a bit of a scare on Friday morning when a man jumped the fence shortly after school began.

City Council To Review Rent Stabilization Ordinance, Singh Report Tuesday

Director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution and Associate Professor of Law at Pepperdine University Sukhsimranjit Singh will present recommendations formed from landlords and tenants in the seven facilitated dialogue sessions for the Rent Stabilization Ordinance at Tuesday evening’s Formal Meeting of the City Council at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers.

Wanda Beverly Hills Responds To Rumors Of Financial Woes

Speculation has been building as events unfolding in China cast a pall over the Dalian Wanda Group and billionaire Wang Jianlin, focusing attention locally on the fate of the $1.2 billion One Beverly Hills development at 9900 Wilshire Blvd.

Virtual Reality In Pediatrics: Game Changer For Patients, Providers At CHLA

An anxious adolescent showed up to have his blood drawn and was asked if he’d like to try virtual reality goggles. The boy agreed. A few minutes later he asked, “When are you going to take it?” According to Jeffrey I. Gold, Ph.D., the boy was surprised when he took off his headset and found that the blood sample had already been drawn and was on the table beside him.

Normans At Roxbury – The City has permitted the Beverly Hills High School Normans varsity football team to use Roxbury Park for weekday practices

While the synthetic field replacement project at Beverly Hills High School gets underway, the City has permitted the varsity football team to use Roxbury Park for weekday practices. Both AYSO and the City made accommodations to existing programs to allow for such use.  The team will be playing away games until the turf project's completion in mid-October. Here's to a great season Normans.

Courier In Arezzo – Beverly Hills residents Joann and Walter Hulkower took their copy of Beverly Hills’ Best Read Newspaper to Arezzo, Italy with their grandson, Joshua Hulkower

Beverly Hills residents Joann and Walter Hulkower joined the Carry The Courier Club this month, taking their copy of Beverly Hills’ Best Read Newspaper to Arezzo, Italy with their grandson, Joshua Hulkower. Joshua played in the International Baseball Tournament for Israel, playing outfielder on the victorious Israel Baseball Team. To join the Hulkower family in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself with the Courier on your next trip and e-mail the picture, with caption information, to mlopez@bhcourier.com.
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