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Beverly Hills Aquatics – Beverly Hills Community Service Department and Beverly Hills Aquatics owner Diego Cevallos offered the Swim Challenge to encourage water competency.

v-Aquatics-Swim-Challenge Beverly Hills Community Service Department and Beverly Hills Aquatics owner Diego Cevallos offered the Swim Challenge to encourage water competency. Over 500 swimmers completed the challenge. Pictured, Diego Cevallos celebrates with swimmers who successfully completed the Beverly Hills Swim Challenge which required participants to show competency in six aquatic safety skills. 6:10 pm Read More

The Courier In Milan – Beverly Hills Traffic & Parking Commissioner Andy Licht and wife Lisa traveled to Milan, Italy last month and made sure to take a copy of The Courier with them

Andy Licht and wife Lisa Beverly Hills Traffic & Parking Commissioner Andy Licht and wife Lisa traveled to Milan, Italy last month and made sure to take a copy of The Courier with them, pictured posing outside the Expo Milano 2015. To join the Licht’s in the “Carry The Courier Club”, simply take your copy of The Courier on your next trip, snap a photo and send it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. 6:07 pm Read More

Birthday Bash

Courier President & Publisher Marcia Wilson Hobbs, Mayor Julian Gold and Councilmembers Lili Bosse and Nancy Krasne after the City Council presented The Courier with a proclamation The Beverly Hills Courier turned 50 this week and we celebrated Tuesday with friends from the community at a birthday party at Beverly Gardens Park. Pictured above (from left): Courier President & Publisher Marcia Wilson Hobbs, Mayor Julian Gold and Councilmembers Lili Bosse and Nancy Krasne after the City Council presented The Courier with a proclamation. 6:14 pm Read More

Gentle Gigi – Gigi is an 11-month old French Papillon mix puppy. She is a delicate lady who weighs in at a mere 6 pounds. She was found in South L.A eating out of a dumpster.

L-dog Gigi is an 11-month old French Papillon mix puppy. She is a delicate lady who weighs in at a mere 6 pounds. She was found in South L.A eating out of a dumpster.  However, judging by her by pedigree and social behavior, she is destined to become a Beverly Hills lap dog. Those interested in adopting Ms. Gigi may contact ShelterHopePetShop.org 6:11 pm Read More

Meeting Mr. Biden – Beverly Vista 7th grade student and KidScoop Media reporter, Lucas Fuhrer, was fortunate enough to interview Vice President Joe Biden during his visit this week to Los Angeles

L-LocalKidBiden3 Beverly Vista 7th grade student and KidScoop Media reporter, Lucas Fuhrer, was fortunate enough to interview Vice President Joe Biden during his visit this week to Los Angeles. KidScoop Media was the only press to be granted an interview with the Vice President after an event at the Bobrick Washroom Equipment plant in North Hollywood. Fuhrer said: “It was an honor to meet the Vice President of the United States. This was an awesome experience and after we talked about the increase in the minimum wage, we talked about baseball. I wasn’t too happy he was a Yankees’ fan, but I found out we’re both dog people so that was ok.” 6:10 pm Read More

BHFA Lemonade Stand – 12-year-olds Bella Saghian and Layla Tyree opened a lemonade stand on the corner of Maple and Charleville in Beverly Hills.

v-BHFA-Lemonade 12-year-olds Bella Saghian and Layla Tyree opened a lemonade stand on the corner of Maple and Charleville in Beverly Hills. The two best friends wanted to raise money to donate to the Beverly Hills Firefighters’ Association to show their appreciation.  “We are just so thankful of their hard work,  and how they are always here to help us,” said Layla. From left:  Beverly Hills Fire Engineer and BHFA Treasurer Victor Gutierrez, Saghian, Tyree, and Firefighter Bruno Palmieri. 6:02 pm Read More

George Christy Talks About Lynn von Kersting, Ivy At The Shore, Scrapbooks, Capri, Indigo Seas and More!

Alain Delon sailing the Mediterranean in an undated photograph, as are the others in this section. She calls them scrapbooks, we call them gems.    Our latest Scrapbook/Gem arrived this month, another of her love songs to the beauty that surrounds us.  Montages of beautiful women and beautiful men, tablescapes of achingly beautiful roses and lilies.   Gardens of infinite vistas.   Faience bowls of her own design cradled with homegrown lemons and oranges.  Tempting good food and icy drinks with handwritten recipes.   Alluring landscapes, cityscapes and Capri-blue seascapes.    Bullish bulldogs and tiger cats with huge white whiskers and long tails. 5:22 pm Read More

Charleston Courier

Mayor Julian Gold and family visited Charleston, South Carolina this week and made many stops, including a chat with Charleston Mayor Joe Riley

Mayor Julian Gold and family visited Charleston, South Carolina this week and made many stops, including a chat with Charleston Mayor Joe Riley to send Beverly Hills’ condolences for the church shooting that rocked Charleston in June. Pictured above, from left, outside Charleston City Hall: Jeremy Friedman, Traffic and Parking Commission chair Lester Friedman, Recreation and Parks chair Simone Friedman, Rebecca Gold, Mayor Julian Gold, Michele Gold, Nancy Markoff, Alex Markoff, and John Markoff. To join Gold in the Carry The Courier club, take The Courier on your next trip, snap a picture and e-mail it to mlopez@bhcourier.com.

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30 Years of Service – Beverly Hills Courier President/Publisher Marcia Hobbs was recognized byt the L.A. County Board of Supervisors for her 30 years of service to Los Angeles County High School for the Arts

L-MarciaCommendation Beverly Hills Courier President/Publisher Marcia Hobbs was recognized byt the L.A. County Board of Supervisors for her 30 years of service to Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, which she co-founded. She has served on the LACHSA Board for 30 years and as its president for 15 years. 5:47 pm Read More