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Fire Service Day – Beverly Hills Fire Chief Ralph Mundell and Mayor Julian Gold were on hand for hot dogs and cokes from the Beverly Hills Firefighters’ Association

v-fire-services-day Beverly Hills Fire Chief Ralph Mundell and Mayor Julian Gold were on hand for hot dogs and cokes from the Beverly Hills Firefighters’ Association. BHFA members demonstrated firefighting and rescue techniques, talked to firefighters-in-waiting and brought smiles to everyone who attended this fun, annual event. 5:35 pm Read More

Three Peat – Beverly Vista School’s Yearbook Program is the proud winner of the esteemed award for a third year in a row. In LA Lakers’ jargon, it’s a “three-peat” and it is just as rare

Pictured: back row, (from left): Bridgette Fussman, Austin Derrick, Nathan Kim, Siheon Yoon, Ben Gold, Tohar Zamir, CJ Southerland and Terry Postlewaite (BV Yearbook Advisor). Middle row (from left): Nicholas Bils, Michelle Klein, Jude Binkley, Luca Oken, Hogan Behrstock, Layton Newberry. Next row (from left): Tara Moazemi, Rebecca Martin, Johathan Abraham, JJ Gluckman and Collin Newberry. Holding the sign on each side, (from left): Jacob Yousefian and Brandon Lipper. Beverly Vista School’s Yearbook Program is the proud winner of the esteemed award for a third year in a row. In LA Lakers’ jargon, it’s a “three-peat” and it is just as rare. The award is available to 11,000 schools nationally and internationally but 356 schools earned this coveted award and only 48 schools in the state of California. Pictured: back row, (from left): Bridgette Fussman, Austin Derrick, Nathan Kim, Siheon Yoon, Ben Gold, Tohar Zamir, CJ Southerland and Terry Postlewaite (BV Yearbook Advisor). Middle row (from left): Nicholas Bils, Michelle Klein, Jude Binkley, Luca Oken, Hogan Behrstock, Layton Newberry. Next row (from left): Tara Moazemi, Rebecca Martin, Johathan Abraham, JJ Gluckman and Collin Newberry. Holding the sign on each side, (from left): Jacob Yousefian and Brandon Lipper. 5:33 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Thousands Enjoy Concours d’Elegance

IMG_5777 Beverly Hills' Greystone Mansion was the place to be Sunday to view hundreds of rare and fantastic automobiles, enjoy the lush, sun-drenched gardens and interiors of Greystone Mansion, and to picnic amidst the gardenias in one Beverly Hills' most elegant annual events. 12:30 pm Read More

Beverly Hills News – Beverly Hills Police Chief Dave Snowden Readies For Retirement

BHPD Chief David Snowden’s impending retirement on June 13 after 11 years of leading the City’s elite police force may not be quite as simple as collecting an annual six-figure pension. Snowden appears to have entered into a financial conflict of interest the moment he received his first paycheck from private security company Evidence-Based Inc. (EBI), the firm hired on Nov. 12, 2013 by the Beverly Hills Unified School District to provide a contingent of armed guards comprised primarily of retired Beverly Hills police officers. 6:47 pm Read More

How High The Moon – On Monday, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills held it’s annual Music Competition finals at The Beverly Hills Hotel

J-Rotary On Monday, the Rotary Club of Beverly Hills held it’s annual Music Competition finals at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Students from BHHS auditioned for the competition with seven invited by Event Chair Wanda Presburger to perform. Pictured (front row, from left): Stephan Kim, bass;  Andie Chao, violin;  Yoona Lee, flute;  Julia Choi, piano;  Sungmin Lee, violin;  Sean O’Donnell, Rotary president; (back row, from left): Scott Senior, saxophone; Jake Kalichman, drums;  Wanda Presburger; and  Bill Bradbury, BHHS instrumental teacher. Photo by Gidas Peteris 5:53 pm Read More

The Courier In New Mexico – Beverly Hills High graduate and singer songwriter Raye Zaragoza recently traveled with her copy of The Courier recently on a trip to New Mexico

L-CarryCourier Beverly Hills High graduate and singer songwriter Raye Zaragoza recently traveled with her copy of The Courier recently on a trip to New Mexico. Zaragoza is set to release her debut EP Heroine in May and will have a release party on June 23 at The Federal Bar in North Hollywood. To join the “Carry The Courier” club, take a picture of yourself on vacation with your copy of The Courier and send it to mlopez@bhcourier.com. 5:51 pm Read More

George Christy Talks About Nancy Davis, Race To Erase MS, Tommy Hilfiger, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and More!

Long before the launch of the television series, Orange Is The New Black, in July 2013, Nancy Davis chose orange as the signature color for her hugely successful Race to Erase MS fundraisers.   That was 22 years ago when she founded the annual event, after her unexpected diagnosis with multiple sclerosis.  Her Good Samaritan goal aiming to find that elusive cure for this debilitating disease.    5:38 pm Read More

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

park rangers 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