Archives for December 2017 | BH Courier

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Car Aficionados Bring Classic Autos To The Blind Children’s Center

Posted: Friday, December 29, 2017 – 1:26 PM For the second year in a row, local car aficionados brought a quintet of classic automobiles to the Blind Children’s Center in Hollywood for a special sensory tour. For two hours, students at the center were treated to a hands-on interactive experience led by Bob Prichard and his […] 1:26 pm Read More

Film Review—‘Pitch Perfect 3′ Doesn’t Do Much With A Promising Premise

Pitch Perfect 3 starts with most of the Bellas scattered to the winds, dealing with post-fame blues and underwhelming job prospects. When an opportunity to perform for a USO tour shows up, the Bellas reunite, all the while wondering what their futures may hold. Sounds like a great movie, right? Shame the movie doesn’t do much with it.   12:02 pm Read More

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (122917)

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Dec. 29). It's like you and life are in a conversation. Sometimes it's deep; sometimes it's silly and totally off the rails. But it's a conversation you love either way. You'll be freed of a burden in the early part of your solar return. You'll make an impression with your style. The relationships you nurture will reward you richly. Leo and Capricorn adore you.

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Beverly Hills Police Investigate Alleged Sexual Assault At Beverly Vista

Following this month’s Courier article entitled, #MeToo In Beverly Hills: Former Student Details Sexual Harassment While Attending BHUSD School, the Beverly Hills Police confirmed the department had opened up an investigation into the incidents that prompted former Beverly Hills Unified School District Chief Human Resources Officer Yolanda Mendoza to author a letter stating that a Beverly Vista student had “engaged in sexual harassment on multiple occasions” against another student. 6:08 pm Read More

Beverly Hills Resident To Celebrate 106th Birthday On New Year’s Eve

Julius & Hilda Rothschild This Dec. 31, longtime Beverly Hills resident Julius Rothschild will celebrate his 106th birthday, making him easily one of the oldest residents in the City, if not the country. In anticipation of this incredible milestone on the cusp of 2018, the Courier connected with Rothschild hoping to learn a secret or two about attaining a long life. 6:05 pm Read More

Remembering Pancho – The Beverly Hills Tennis Club hosted more than 200 coming to salute the late tennis legend Pancho Segura

Spencer Segura, Jonathan Canter, tennis champion Jimmy Connors, and Tom Kreiss The Beverly Hills Tennis Club hosted more than 200 coming to salute the late tennis legend Pancho Segura, who served as head pro at the BHTC from 1962 to 1970. Segura died Nov. 18 at age 96 after rising from poverty to win six U.S. pro singles and doubles championships in the 1950s. Pictured (from left): son Spencer Segura, Jonathan Canter, tennis champion Jimmy Connors, and Tom Kreiss. The Beverly Hills Tennis Club’s past ownership has included Hall of Famers Fred Perry and Ellsworth Vines, and its early members  were such as Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, and playright Neil Simon. 5:10 pm Read More

Money Talks

Michelle Williams Christopher Plummer, Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg revisited during the Los Angeles premiere of All The Money In The World at Samuel Goldwyn Theater 4:06 pm Read More

I Do – Beverly Hills residents Jim and Kristen Garrett were married earlier this month in Boston and snapped a photo in front of the Boston Harbor

Jim and Kristen Garrett What’s a good honeymoon without a little reading material for some downtime? Beverly Hills residents Jim and Kristen Garrett were married earlier this month in Boston and snapped a photo in front of the Boston Harbor with their copy of the Courier. To join the Garrett’s in the Carry the Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself on your next trip with a copy of the Courier and email it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. Our heartfelt congratulations to the newlyweds! 4:01 pm Read More