Archives for January 2018 | BH Courier

Month: July 2014

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (011918)

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Jan. 19). This solar return brings an increased spiritual awareness. You sense vibrations of the places, objects and people, leading you to places where there's the most potential for connection, exuberance and the deep satisfaction that comes with service to a higher cause. Your Cancer and Taurus adore you.

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Planning Commission To Recommend Pipeline Projects Advance Ahead Of Basement Ordinance

The Beverly Hills Planning Commission will recommend that the City Council adopt a resolution regarding basements in single family areas of the City and grading and retaining walls in the Hillside Area of the City, probably in February, that will allow most projects in the pipeline to continue to move through the process under the current Hillside Ordinance without seeking an R-1 permit. 6:40 pm Read More

#MeToo In Beverly Hills: BHHS Custodian Speaks Up About Alleged Sexual Harassment

Board of Education President Lisa Korbatov’s words about the state of Beverly Hills High School could not have been more poignantly timed at Tuesday evening’s formal board meeting after Beverly Hills Unified School District custodian Marcus Williams asked the district to open an investigation into his department and she stated: “While I appreciate hearing about all the problems ... I would say to those custodians, why don’t you clean these buildings?”

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Happy Folks

Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe partied at the 23rd annual Critics’ Choice Awards at The Barker Hanger 5:25 pm Read More

Communication Class – “Communication – Its Art and Soul” is an upcoming six-class course, which will explore how we can recapture the lost art of human connection

Pat Boone & Rabbi Kirschenbaum at the recent course finale of 'Great Debates in Jewish History.' In an era of being inundated with more and more information and less and less personal communication and connection, "Communication - Its Art and Soul'' is an upcoming six-class course, which will explore how we can recapture the lost art of human connection through ancient Jewish teachings with a fresh and applicable perspective. The course will be given by Rabbi Mordechai Kirschenbaum at a private home in Beverly Hills and begins on Jan 23. For more information, time and location, call 310-275-1215 or register at MyJLI.com. Pictured: Pat Boone & Rabbi Kirschenbaum at the recent course finale of 'Great Debates in Jewish History.' 5:20 pm Read More

Women’s March – Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday

Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote Thousands of women are expected to attend a rally in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, where Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse will speak on the importance of exercising the right to vote. The event is one of hundreds that will take place across the nation for the second annual Women’s March. This year, the #metoo campaign will also be a focus of the march. Mayor Bosse will be attending the event with a contingency of several Beverly Hills residents. 5:16 pm Read More

Domino – Domino is a 1-year-old Beagle mix who weighs about 20 pounds

Domino Don’t let this Domino fall. Domino is a 1-year-old Beagle mix who weighs about 20 pounds. Domino is great with kids and other dogs. He was found near a rural road in Delano after his sibling was hit by a car. He stayed next to his brother for almost two days until rescuers picked them both up. To learn more about how to adopt this loving and loyal friend, visit www.shelterhopepetshop.org. 5:13 pm Read More

Courier in Santiago – Former U.S. Congressman David Dreier with the Courier and several delegates, including Carol Perez, U.S. ambassador to Chile

former U.S. Congressman David Dreier just returned from leading a delegation of legislative leaders from Guatemala, Peru, Colombia and Chile Beverly Hills resident and former U.S. Congressman David Dreier just returned from leading a delegation of legislative leaders from Guatemala, Peru, Colombia and Chile, dealing with anti-corruption efforts. Dreier made sure to bring along his copy of the Courier. Pictured in Santiago is Dreier with the Courier and several delegates, including Carol Perez, U.S. ambassador to Chile. To join Dreier in the Carry the Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself with the Courier on your next trip and email it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. 5:11 pm Read More