After a years-long legal battle, the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles today released personnel files of more than 100 clergy members as part of a 2007 settlement of a lawsuit alleging sexual abuse by priests.
Last December, the FDA approved use of the life-saving Berlin Heart device for children nationwide.
The Beverly Hills community celebrated education last Thursday night at the Beverly Hills Education Foundation’s kick-off fundraiser at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, which raised over $45,000 directly for schools.
Naomi Ellen Watts began her career in Australian television and soon winning acclaim for her work in David Lynch’s 2001 psychological thriller Mulholland Drive starring Justin Theroux and Laura Haring.
The City Council will discuss plans to build Beverly Hills’ first dog park at Roxbury Park in an upcoming study session as early as next week, Community Services Director Steve Zoet confirmed to The Courier following Monday night’s canine-themed town hall held at Roxbury Park’s soon-to-be renovated Community Center
The Southwest Beverly Hills Homeowners Association will continue a 30-year tradition when it hosts its City Council candidate forum next Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
The first ever Los Angeles Persian Parade is set to have a little Beverly Hills flair.
On Tuesday, two-time Academy Award winning producer and Holocaust survivor Branko Lustig received this year’s “Mensch of the Year” award at the Mensch International Foundation’s 2013 International Holocaust Remembrance Day program held at the Writer’s Guild Theatre in Beverly Hills
Pictured (from left): Bram Goldsmith and Jerry Magnin, who will take over as chairman of the Annenberg.