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Stagecoach Dates, Ticket Prices Announced

The organizers of the Stagecoach country music festival Monday revealed dates for the 2020 event and announced tickets will go on sale this week.

LAX Breaks Ground on Mobility Hub, Connection to Automated People Mover

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined Los Angeles World Airports leadership and elected officials Thursday for a ceremonial groundbreaking of the Intermodal Transportation Facility West, a significant component of LAX's Landside Access Modernization Program.

Shakespeare By The Sea Returns To Roxbury Park On July 24

Get ready to laugh beneath the stars when Shakespeare by the Sea returns to Beverly Hills with A Comedy of Errors at 7 p.m. on July 24 in Roxbury Park.

Marianne Williamson To Speak Monday At The Saban Theatre

Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson is returning to the Beverly Hills site where she announced her candidacy for the 2020 presidential election.

Beverly Hills Stresses Emergency Preparedness After Earthquakes

Beverly Hills escaped damage after two major earthquakes last weekend centered in the Mojave Desert, but the quakes served as a stark reminder of the need to remain prepared in the event of a disaster.

Community Service Department Recognizes July As ‘Parks Make Life Better’ Month

The City of Beverly Hills Department of Community Services joins communities across the State of California to recognize the benefits of public parks and promote recreational activities and community services with “July is Parks Make Life Better” month.

Mirisch Talks Tobacco Ban, Local Control At U.S. Conference Of Mayors

One month after helping spearhead the City of Beverly Hills’ landmark decision to ban tobacco sales, Mayor John Mirisch discussed the tobacco ban this week at the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Courier In Jerusalem

Last week, the Fishers (Merrick, Francine, Howard, and Alex) traveled to Jerusalem for the wedding of Howard and Francine’s nephew (the son of Beverly Hills residents Michael and Linda Sendowski). While in Jerusalem, they made sure to stop and visit the Western Wall. The family brought along a copy of the Courier for some reading in their downtime. Howard is the Beverly Hills City Treasurer. To join the Fisher family in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself on your next trip holding the Courier and email it to mlopez@bhcourier.com.

Location, Location, Location

“We were patient and waited for the right location to open our Estiatoria Louká;” says owner Vasili Kotsiovos about his new dining room on North Canon Drive, which has become the Restaurant Row of Beverly Hills. No expense was spared in the creation of this classy dining room serving good Greek food.

Pretty Pearl

Pearl is a 2-year-old poodle chi who weighs 12 pounds. She is available for adoption now and is in search of her forever home. For more information on Pearl, visit www.shelterhopepetshop.org or call 805-379-3538.

Bestselling Author Judith Krantz Dies At 91 In Bel Air Home

Bestselling romance novelist Judith Krantz died this week in her Bel-Air home at age 91.

Cultural Heritage Commission Seeks New Commissioner

The City of Beverly Hills Cul-tural Heritage Commission is seeking a resident to fill the position of Cultural Heri-tage Commis-sioner.

BREAKING NEWS: Judge Wu’s BHUSD/FTA Subway Ruling Held In Abeyance

Just before the Courier’s deadline on Thursday, news broke that federal judge George H. Wu ruled in abeyance on the Beverly Hills Unified School District’s longstanding conflict with the alignment of the Purple Line Extension.

Beverly Hills Fire Department Begins CPSE Certification At Greystone Event

Beverly Hills Fire Chief Greg Barton welcomed community members to the Department’s outreach meeting at Greystone Mansion Tuesday evening.

Southern California Grocery Union Inches Toward Strike

Southern California grocery workers are on the verge of their first strike in nearly 16 years, as the grocery workers union agreed this week to call for a work stoppage unless a new contract can be agreed upon.

Man Arrested For Forging Deed On Beverly Hills Home

A man was arrested last week on charges of filing false documents that listed him as the owner of a Beverly Hills home.
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