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Glamorous Gardens – Friends of Robinson Gardens Fellows dined at Dorothy and Phil Kamin’s estate, a local landmarked home overlooking the Los Angeles Country Club

Friends of Robinson Gardens Fellows dined at Dorothy and Phil Kamin’s estate, a local landmarked home overlooking the Los Angeles Country Club. Pictured, from left: The Courier’s President and Publisher Marcia Hobbs, Barbara Casey and Andrew Klein. Hobbs will be receiving  “The Spirit of Beverly Hills” award at the Friends of Robinson Gardens’ upcoming “Moonlight & Roses” gala on Sept. 12. 5:45 pm Read More

Learn To Code – UCode, a leading computer science school for kids and teens, opened its flagship campus in Beverly Hills at 271 S. Beverly Dr.

L-RibbonCutting UCode, a leading computer science school for kids and teens, opened its flagship campus in Beverly Hills  at 271 S. Beverly Dr. The local location, UCode’s fourth campus, is twice the size of its standard school and includes a dedicated robotics area with a competition table and space for tech camps and theme parties. “Learning to code is one of the most important skills we can teach kids today,” said Scott Mueller, CEO/founder of UCode. Pictured (from left): Jessa Santangelo (UCode), Nick Marks (CCO/Co-founder UCode), Scott Mueller  and Vice Mayor John Mirisch. 11:14 am Read More

Flights of Fancy – Artist Marian Westall, Assistant Community Services Director Nancy Hunt-Coffey, Artist Marion Dies, Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold and Councilmember and Project Donor Lili Bosse celebrate at the unveiling of three murals Sunday at the Beverly Hills Public Library

v-Enchanted-Woods-mural Artist Marian Westall, Assistant Community Services Director Nancy Hunt-Coffey, Artist Marion Dies, Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold and Councilmember and Project Donor Lili Bosse celebrate at the unveiling of three murals Sunday at the Beverly Hills Public Library 6:07 pm Read More

George Christy Talks About Shirley Temple, Traveling Memorabilia and More!

Donna Dixon and Dan Aykroyd  worked the Red Carpet during the American Film Institute’s 43rd Life Achievement Award Gala honoring Steve Martin Shirley Temple cocktails – (ginger ale with a splash of Grenadine topped with a maraschino cherry) – were served.  Along with baby lobster rolls and tiny chicken tostadas during the “Love, Shirley Temple” opening of a grand and rewarding exhibition of memorabilia (500 pieces) for vintage buffs at the Santa Monica History Museum. 4:16 pm Read More

Theatre 40 Announces Golden Anniversary Season

The Beverly Hills professional theatre company's 50th season kicks off next month with the drama "Patterns," written by James Reach and adapted from the teleplay by Rod Serling. The season will also bring more drama, two comedies and, of course, an L.A. premiere. 6:28 pm Read More

Climbin’ With The Courier – Beverly Hills residents Will & Courtney Foley just returned from a vacation in Borneo, where the couple decided to do some “high-level” reading with their copy of The Courier.

M-Courier Beverly Hills residents Will & Courtney Foley just returned from a vacation in Borneo, where the couple decided to do some "high-level" reading with their copy of The Courier. Pictured left: Foley and Courtney took The Courier 14,000 feet up to the peak of Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Malaysia. Foley said it took the couple eight hours to climb to the top. The Foleys have lived in Beverly Hills for seven years. To join Will and Courtney in the "Carry The Courier Club," snap a picture of yourself with a copy of The Courier on your next vacation, or night on the town, and send it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. Then, read the The Courier and look for your picture! 5:18 pm Read More