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Beverly Hills News – City Rolls Out Water.BeverlyHills.org – Water-Tracking Software at Earth Day Celebration

Public Works, Master Gardeners, Mayor Julian Gold and his beautiful wife Michele, the Metropolitan Water Board, the Westside Cities Recycling Board, vector control, earthquake awareness, DPSS Toy Loan Program, the Amanda Foundation, smart gardening planners, residential rebate programs for water conservation and turf replacement... These were some of the many resources that were available to anyone who joined Sunday's Farmers Market in Beverly Hills. 5:22 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – School Board Votes To Close Peters Auditorium At BHHS, Auditoriums At Hawthorne and El Rodeo

While the Beverly Hills Board of Education majority may have said no to accessing Measure E school-building funds at Tuesday’s formal meeting, it united to approve an agenda item requesting the immediate closure due to seismic vulnerability of Peters Auditorium at Beverly Hills High School, in addition to auditoriums at Hawthorne and El Rodeo effective Jan. 1, 2016. 6:46 pm Read More

BHHS Broadcast News Is 3rd In State – Beverly Hills High School’s Broadcast News excelled at this year’s SkillsUSA State Competition in San Diego

L-BHHS-Broadcast Beverly Hills High School’s Broadcast News excelled at this year's SkillsUSA State Competition in San Diego, where they competed with 1,900 high school and post-secondary students from across California in CTE-related competitions. Pictured left: senior Ashley Griffen and juniors Eric Ross, Molly Hersh and Rachel Gilbert; the BHHS Broadcast News team that won third place in the State. 6:08 pm Read More

Chrysalis And Beauty – Chrysalis Women’s Empowerment “Beauty for Business” night was a big success.

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Chrysalis Women’s Empowerment “Beauty for Business” night was a big success. LMG Studio in Beverly Hills hosted this year’s event, where stylists and makeup artists volunteered to transform almost three dozen women with complimentary haircuts and styling, makeup applications and interview attire. “The Women’s Empowerment Program is a moving and important experience for our clients,” said Chrysalis CEO Mark Loranger. “Finding a job is hard work, but knowing that you have friends and coaches there to support you every step of the way can make all the difference.”

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Carry The Courier For Spring Break – A contingent of Beverly Hills residents enjoyed spring break at La Costa Spa and Resort in Carlsbad this week

L-CarryCourier A contingent of Beverly Hills residents enjoyed spring break at La Costa Spa and Resort in Carlsbad this week. Pictured (from left, bottom row): Julia Mandel, Isabela Painter, Jesse Painter, Lori Feinberg, Gabby Radonsky, and Leo Radonsky; (middle row): Gabby Painter, Michelle Mandel, Mandy Cukier, Rose Kaiserman, Jonas Erlich, Vanessa Cisterna, Nicole Erlich, and Adele Mussry; (top row): Ryan Cukier, Mia Feinberg, Gabby Mussry, Jack Mussry (holding paper), Kreestol Kohley, and Julia Kornilova.    6:02 pm Read More

Green Payment Solutions held its Grand Welcoming event last Thursday, at the Sofitel Beverly Hills.Go Green –

L-GreenPayment Green Payment Solutions held its Grand Welcoming event last Thursday,  at the Sofitel Beverly Hills. The event included a performance by local singer and former Courier employee Jon Paul Puno, who was joined by “surprise crooner” Vice Mayor John Mirisch. Pictured (from left): Eddie Rabin, Ron Stone, Ronit Stone, Tristan DeMers (VP Finance of Green Payment Solutions), Todd Okum, Laurie Okum, April Jergens, and John Mirisch. 6:10 pm Read More

Recognizing Everyone Who Has Served – A Veteran’s Memorial that will form a base for the Henri Alfred Jacquemart Hunters and Hounds sculpture.

v-VetMemorial A Veteran’s Memorial that will form a base for the Henri Alfred Jacquemart Hunters and Hounds sculpture. Erected circa 1925, the sculpture serves as a memorial to the son of a Beverly Hills resident killed in the Battle of Chateau Thierry in 1917. The new base will feature five plaques representing every branch of the military and is designed by Beverly Gardens Park restoration landscape architect Mia Lehrer and Associates. The proposal reflects a generous gift for the memorial and is supported by the Beverly Gardens Park Restoration Project, Friends of Beverly Gardens Park and founder Steve Gordon and Beverly Hills 9/11 memorial committee members. 6:07 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – BHPD Issue Alert Warning B of A Customers of ATM Scam

v-BofA The Beverly Hills Police Department has issued an alert for ATM users at the Bank of America located at the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills: "Since March 31, 2015, several instances of suspicious activity have occurred at the Bank of America located at 9454 Wilshire Boulevard. In each occurrence, unknown suspect(s) attached a skimming device and miniature camera above the ATM's keypad in an attempt to capture bank card data. 11:30 am Read More

Businessman Jack Flier Dies At Age 100

Services were held Tuesday at American Jewish University for Beverly Hills businessman Jack Flier who died March 25 at age 100. Flier joined his father in Flier Furs in Beverly Hills after a military stint in WWII. 3:20 pm Read More

Fun Run – El Rodeo students were a sea of red-shirted enthusiasm at the City’s first-ever “Fun Run.” The brainchild of El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen, the event netted over $44,000 for programs at the school

L-FunRun El Rodeo students were a sea of red-shirted enthusiasm at the City’s first-ever “Fun Run.” The brainchild of El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen, the event netted over $44,000 for programs at the school–nearly 50-percent over the amount needed to get both Allen and Assistant Principal Kevin Painter to dye their hair bright red for the day. 5:54 pm Read More

Hitting the Century Mark – Beverly Hills resident Betty Globe celebrated her 100th birthday with her friends this week during her balance class at Roxbury Park

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Beverly Hills resident Betty Globe celebrated her 100th birthday with her friends this week during her balance class at Roxbury Park. Pictured, back row, from left: Miriam Reitzenstein, Senior Recreation Supervisor Jane Winston-Doman, Councilmember Nancy Krasne and Judy Cohen (Betty’s daughter). Front row, from left: Iza Fayngo, Betty Globe, Cynthia Harper and Esther Hecht.

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Beverly Hills News – El Rodeo Students, PTA Raise $44,000 At First Fun Run

El Rodeo Fun Run 2015 For one hour this morning, the streets around El Rodeo pulsed with energy as a sea of red-shirted El Rodeo students and staff participated in the City’s first-ever “Fun Run.” The brainchild of El Rodeo Principal Kevin Allen, the event netted over $44,000 for programs at the school - nearly 50 percent over the amount that was needed to get both Allen and Assistant Principal Kevin Painter to dye their hair bright red for the day. 12:05 pm Read More