After years of struggling to make a DNA change when it comes to how people move through Beverly Hills, the City Council is close to weighing in on the forthcoming Complete Streets Plan.
Beverly Hills City Council incumbents Lili Bosse and Julian Gold, along with Planning Commissioner Lori Greene Gordon, officially became the first candidates to formally file for the March 2020 General Municipal Election on Tuesday.
The renowned Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills is set to close the doors of its 9036 Wilshire Blvd. location. Greg Laemmle told the Courier that the last day of operation will be Nov. 21.
The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education examined a number of issues at its Nov. 12 meeting, including the appointment of an Interim Director of Technology, as well as financial literacy course requirements, school mottos and laptop expenditures.
Close to 400 business leaders, prominent residents and City officials attended the official Launch Party for the Beverly Hills Courier Nov. 12.
In an era where digital influence means considerably more than just pixels, retailers, cities and most anyone with a smart phone are doing everything they can to stay relevant in this fast-paced world of social media.
Brooklyn-born Ian Schrager looks right at home in the massive sleek penthouse of his latest hotel and residences that overlook the city skyline.
Never before has there been a female warrior philanthropist who has done more for our Los Angeles community than Wallis Annenberg. She is unequalled in her quest to face society’s challenges head on, create models, or rebrand old models,
for accessibility and positive change.
In an interview with Beverly Hills Courier Publisher Lisa Bloch, this morning Spectrum News 1 featured the relaunch of the Beverly Hills Courier.