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Carry the Courier

Simanjuntak Beverly Hills Courier production manager Ferry Simanjuntak just took a two-week vacation to Indonesia, but he couldn’t leave home without his favorite reading material. 6:10 pm Read More

Thank You For Your Service

Major Bryant Beverly Hills resident Maj. Richard Bryant will retire from the Air Force this month after serving the country for 25 years in the Armed Forces. He is pictured above at his retirement ceremony, which was held at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, followed by a celebration at The Beverly Hilton. Bryant’s most recent postion was the chief of information assurance for the Global Positioning Systems Directorate at the Los Angeles Air Force Base Space and Missile Systems Center. “The armed forces allow us to move around freely in this country,” Bryant told The Courier. “The military power kind of thwarts people from trying to attack us.” Pictured above (from left): S.Sgt. Rennison Abraham (son-in-law), Blake (son), Marquise (son), Diamante (son), Stacie (wife), Bryant, Asia (daughter), India (daugther), Sofia (daughter-in-law), Tamar (daughter), and Katriana (friend). 6:06 pm Read More

George Christy Talks About Jeff Koons, Anderson Cooper, Bob Dylan And More!

Michael Jackson and Bubbles, 1988. Porcelain “Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose.”  Maybe it’s time to reconsider this old French saying that “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”  First heard during the late 1880s, yet today’s reality lies, more or less, with Bob Dylan’s lyrics that “the times they are a-changin.”  In other words, Dear World, you ain’t what you used to be.Download PDF 5:13 pm Read More

City Seeks Public Input on Auberge Resort Plans for Third St. Parcel

Auberge Notice 1 The Beverly Hills City Council is seeking the public's opinions on a proposed luxury hotel on Third St. between Maple and Foothill. The Auberge Resorts have approached the City with a plan to construct a 124-room boutique hotel at the site. The hotel would be 45 feet in height and include rooftop amenities. The informal community meeting will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. in the City Hall Municipal Gallery at 455 N. Rexford Dr. 5:25 pm Read More