Hawthorne 8th grade student leaders (pictured) helped incoming middle school students acclimate this year as part of the school’s WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) peer mentoring program. Top row (from left): Marissa Terranova (teacher), Evan Shaham, Edward Kim, Dylan Van Rossum, Jonathan Saboorian, Natasha Jadidolahi, Rena Nassirzadeh and Marissa Long (teacher). Bottom row, from left: Jacqueline Cohen, Alexandra Bakshian, Nikki Bennett, Ben Padilla, Julia Tabatabai and Taylor Rubin.
Volunteers are working hard to prepare the City of Beverly Hills’ 9/11 Twin Towers Beam to get it ready for the City’s annual 9/11 program. This year’s event is once again open to everyone and will be held at the Beverly Hills Fire Station, 445 N. Rexford Dr., on Sept. 11 at 5:30 pm.
Vice Chair of the Design Review Commission Barry Bernstein brought the Courier to Paris where he visited the Picasso Residence. Here, Berinstein is pictured with his three grandchildren, Sasha, Jonah and Sophie Sloan. Vive La France! To join the Bernstein family in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself holding the Courier on your next trip and email it, along with caption information, to email@example.com.
Next week, Prosecuting Evil will be a hot ticket at the 42nd Annual Toronto International Film Festival. Written, directed and produced by maestro Barry Avrich, the documentarian whose credits are major.
Donald Trump said Wednesday that White House counsel Don McGahn would soon be leaving his post, as Special Counsel Robert Mueller -- who is leading the Russia election interference probe -- closes in on the US president's inner circle.
A liberal African-American Democrat backed by Bernie Sanders will take on a Trump-idolizing Republican in an intriguing duel in November for governor of Florida, America's third-largest state.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Wednesday there is a chance of reaching agreement on a continental trade deal with the US and Mexico by the end of the week.
USC announced Tuesday the creation of a website allowing students, alumni and other interested parties to provide input and keep tabs on the university's search for a new president.
The Los Angeles City Council voted 15-0 Tuesday to rename Rodeo Road as Obama Boulevard in honor of former President Barack Obama.
One of the first questions you're likely to be asked Wednesday will be "did you feel it?" -- a magnitude-4.4 earthquake that struck north of La Verne.