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Canadian billionaire Peter Nygard flew his 727 aircraft to the 27th annual Night of 100 Stars where he served as a sponsor.  He poses here with host Norby Walters, the music maestro, and TV reality star Courtney Stoddard.

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Water Conservation – Beverly Hills-based KidUnity last week furthered its research in learning about water usage and conservation

Neal Shapiro, SMURRF Watershed Management Coordinator, Carys Woolley, Ruby Rose Carlson, Nico Gonzalez, Michael Coleman and Guy Marks. Beverly Hills-based KidUnity last week furthered its research in learning about water usage and conservation in their endeavor to become junior water ambassadors for the City. The group went outside of Beverly Hills to Santa Monica to learn about the work the Santa Monica Urban Runoff Recycling Facility (SMURRF) is doing.  In April, the group will be headed to Greystone Mansion. KidUnity provides local students with the ability to spend a day with a community organization or business to learn the inner workings of how they operate. Pictured (from left): Neal Shapiro, SMURRF Watershed Management Coordinator, Carys Woolley, Ruby Rose Carlson, Nico Gonzalez, Michael Coleman and Guy Marks. Read More

Courier in Israel – Former Courier intern Judy Lampert recently visited Israel and made sure to bring a copy of the newspaper

Judy Lampert Former Courier intern Judy Lampert recently visited Israel and made sure to bring a copy of the newspaper where she used to work. Pictured is Lampert at the Argaman Iris Reserve in Netanya, Israel. Lampert, who grew up in Beverly Hills and attended Beverly Vista and Beverly High, worked as an intern at the Courier in 1983 and 1984 and after graduating high school, worked at the Courier as a paid employee for a short time. Safe travels, Judy! Read More

Southland Politicians Denounce New Trump Travel Ban

trump-travel-ban-atlanta-jan-29-2017 A revised executive order signed Monday by President Donald Trump that restricts travel into the United States from six primarily Muslim countries and bars all refugee entries for 120 days did little to appease Southland elected officials who called the order no better than the previous one that was rejected by a federal court. Read More