President Donald Trump on Thursday reaffirmed support for his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after the judge gave hours of testimony denying having sexually assaulted several women in his youth.
Board of Education candidate Marvin Winans Jr. happened upon one of Beverly Hills’ more famous (and funny) locals recently to his great delight. Said Winans: “After walking and meeting residents in town for my campaign, I ran into Jay Leno and his wife as we were both grabbing something to eat at Burger Lounge. I asked if he was a resident of Beverly Hills and he said, ‘Yes, for 35 years.’ I let him know I was running for school board and that led to a wonderful 30- minute conversation resulting in his full support. I have always loved Jay Leno and it was an honor to meet him and his wife and to share my passion for the Beverly Hills school district with them.”
Beverly Hills real estate firm Hilton & Hyland, enjoying 25 years as the premier boutique realtor in Beverly Hills, celebrated the Grand Opening of its spectacular new building at 257 N. Canon Dr. last Friday with a real see-and-be-seen party. Using the trés chic unfinished penthouse of the building, food and drink flowed abundantly. The event was a perfect opportunity to show off the fantastic rooftop deck and view. Pictured smiling are Jeff Hyland and Rick Hilton.
The Kublicki family, longtime Beverly Hills residents and Courier readers, visited Italy for their summer vacation and made sure to bring some reading material with them. The Kublicki’s visit included a trip to Venice and the famous St. Marco’s Square. Pictured, from left: Juliette, Molly, Ava and Nick Kublicki holding the Courier. To join the Kublicki family in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself holding the Courier on your next trip and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter Piper is a 4-year-old, 7-pound male Shih Tzu. He is a sweet, quiet boy who enjoys sitting with his owner and watching Netflix, and also getting outside for walks. For more information on Peter Piper and how to adopt him, visit www.shelterhopepetshop.org or call 805-379-3538.
Like hardy perennials that bloom from time to time, there are appealing movies that are revived again and again. Such as this week’s release of A Star Is Born, with Lady Gaga as a drag bar singer and Bradley Cooper, who directed, as a country/western performer. Accolades surround the movie, which Los Angeles Times’ critic Justin Chang describes as “magical.”
An report recommending an aerial tram, visitor center and other changes to the area around the Hollywood Sign will be considered again by a Los Angeles City Council committee Wednesday.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would present a two-state peace plan for the Middle East before the end of the year, voicing confidence that the Palestinians would return to talks despite his unwavering support for Israel.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh condemned as "ridiculous" Wednesday the latest allegation that he was involved in sexual abuse as a teen, saying he did not know the accuser.
"FBI," the latest crime drama from prolific producer Dick Wolf, premieres at 9 p.m. Tuesday evening on CBS, while the medical drama "New Amsterdam" debuts at 10 p.m. on NBC.