Valentine’s Day. Cold and rainy. Yet warmth and sunshine prevailed in a Brooklyn family with the arrival of a bouncing baby named Arnold.
She married her husband of 45 years, concert manager Irwin Parnes, and began publicizing his concerts, including series presented at Beverly Hills High School and El Rodeo.
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall” is Oscar Wilde’s view about the change of seasons.
Teen BHEF and the Beverly Hills High Interact Club hosted Board of Education candidates Tristen Walker-Shuman, Marvin Winans Jr. and Rachelle Marcus at Beverly Hills High Wednesday night for a teen-led candidate debate. Pictured, front row (from left): Melina Rosen, Leia Gluckman, Tristen Walker-Shuman, Rachelle Marcus and Marvin Winans, Jr. Back row, from left: Ben Lifschitz, Charlie Levy, Daniela Mashoudy, Shana Adelpour, Diya Verma, and then Marissa Kaniel, Meltem Su, Amanda Cohen, Event Moderators: Noelle Trost and Estella Rosen
The Beverly Hills Recreation and Parks Commission recognized the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) last week for their “dedication to a thriving recreational soccer program that boasts over 2,300 players.” Volunteers Regional Commissioner Alexander Grossman, Assistant Regional Commissioner Rick Wolfen and Assistant Regional Commissioner Ji Lee accepted the award on behalf of Beverly Hills Region 76 AYSO. “Volunteers are crucial to any youth sports program and... should be recognized for their thousands of hours of service to create a successful AYSO program,” said Rec and Parks Chair Francis Bilak. Lee, Grossman and Wolfen are pictured with Bilak, Vice Chair Alissa Roston and Commissioners Julian Javor, Judie Fenton and Susan Mishler.
Beverly Hills Planning Commissioner Peter Ostroff visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem and made sure to bring his copy of the Beverly Hills Courier. To join Ostroff 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
BHPD Officers Tuesday searched a Beverly Hills neighborhood. triggering an elementary school lockdown, after possible burglary suspects were spotted in the area.
Slightly disconcerting, there’s something about dining at Vespertine that is unsettling to the point of heightening your senses.