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Thanksgiving Centenarians – Mayor Lili Bosse and Fire Chief Greg Barton celebrated with Beverly Hills Centenarians at the 2017 Beverly Hills Fire Department Thanksgiving Day luncheon

Mayor Lili Bosse and Fire Chief Greg Barton celebrated with Beverly Hills Centenarians at the 2017 Beverly Hills Fire Department Thanksgiving Day luncheon. Pictured (from left) looking particularly sprite: Fire Chief Barton, Celia Levitt (101), Stella Horowitz, 101, Bosse, Elly Newton, 103, and Grace Hurwitz, 102. Happy Thanksgiving! Mayor Lili Bosse and Fire Chief Greg Barton celebrated with Beverly Hills Centenarians at the 2017 Beverly Hills Fire Department Thanksgiving Day luncheon. Pictured (from left) looking particularly sprite: Fire Chief Barton, Celia Levitt (101), Stella Horowitz, 101, Bosse, Elly Newton, 103, and Grace Hurwitz, 102. Happy Thanksgiving! Read More

Courier in Israel – Beverly Hills real estate broker Sholeh Peyman and her daughter Saman took their copy of the Courier to the Baha’i World Centre in Israel

Beverly Hills real estate broker Sholeh Peyman and her daughter Saman Beverly Hills real estate broker Sholeh Peyman and her daughter Saman took their copy of the Courier to the Baha’i World Centre in Israel, where people from all over the world gathered to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith. To join the Peyman family in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself on your next trip holding the Courier and e-mail it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. Read More

Beverly Hills News – Bosse Spreads the Joy with Chopra Sunday and Villaraigosa Monday

Mayor Lili Bosse and Deepak Chopra at meditation event last spring With the spectacular BOLD holiday kick-off performance of Robin Thicke on Rodeo Drive Thursday, Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse has barely started spreading the joy: Sunday evening at 5 p.m. in Beverly Canon Garden she joins Dr. Deepak Chopra for the Gift of Meditation in the park, and Monday, at 8:30 a.m., Walk with the Mayor she will host special guest gubernatorial candidate and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as she walks to the Good Shepherd Church and the Dina Collection, home of  Yossi Dina and Reelz' Beverly Hills Pawn, the pawnbroker to the rich and famous. Read More

Stephen Wise Temple Unveils Katz Family Pavilion, Shalom Garden

The Katz Family Last week, Stephen Wise Temple unveiled the transformation of its campus with the debut of the Katz Family Pavilion and Shalom Garden. The new areas help transform Stephen Wise Temple into a multi-purpose, modern center for athletics, fitness, communal celebrations, speakers, and worship. Read More

Liz Smith, Famed NY Gossip Columnist, Dead at 94

liz-smith With her syndicated column appearing in over 70 newspapers, Liz Smith covered the glitterati with a sharp sense of humor and a cutting wit since 1976 when she began her career with the New York Daily News. Smith died today of natural causes. Read More

More Treats, Less Tricks – La Cienega Park preschoolers don’t look so scary, but they were ready for a frighteningly fun Halloween on Tuesday

Pictured, front row, from left: Shaylyn Bailey, Grayson Wall, Rhys O’Shea, Kiyona John, Adam Hussein, George Freedman, Roxi Martin and Jake Casanova. Middle row: Orie Markov, Jonah Hong, Huxley Cook, Grace Heimina, Maya Amiri, Daphne Johnson, Harmon Floresy, Farah Rosenthal and Knox Smith. Back row: Tiarra Warner, Nik Orr, Chris Best and Laura Briceno. La Cienega Park preschoolers don’t look so scary, but they were ready for a frighteningly fun Halloween on Tuesday. Pictured, front row, from left: Shaylyn Bailey, Grayson Wall, Rhys O’Shea, Kiyona John, Adam Hussein, George Freedman, Roxi Martin and Jake Casanova. Middle row: Orie Markov, Jonah Hong, Huxley Cook, Grace Heimina, Maya Amiri, Daphne Johnson, Harmon Floresy, Farah Rosenthal and Knox Smith. Back row: Tiarra Warner, Nik Orr, Chris Best and Laura Briceno. Read More

Beverly Hills News – City Staff Closes Sidewalks for Construction at Pedestrian’s Peril

A car swerves into the inside lane to avoid pedestrians walking around the construction site. North Canon Drive is humming with pedestrian activity from Santa Monica - where literally thousands of tourists a day take their first look at the City- to Wilshire Boulevard, where there is a booming restaurant culture supported by the Beverly Canon Garden and the Montage Hotel. Nonetheless, the City's best efforts to deal with the construction on both ends leads pedestrians to either cross the street and walk out of their way to get to their destinations - or walk dangerously into the street, creating traffic hazards that could become life-threatening. Read More