Local journalism has a responsibility… to serve its community. We accept that responsibility, and we carry it with honor. It’s no wonder a group of community members, residents and businesspeople came together to invest in this iconic print and digital publication. The new Beverly Hills Courier will be thorough and responsive to the needs of our extraordinary city, while representing the true “voice” of Beverly Hills and its surrounding areas.
The Beverly Hills Courier has been sold to a Beverly Hills-based investment group. The change of ownership took effect August 30.
The latest addition to Beverly Hills’ Fine Art Collection is from the Mayor’s art purchase at the spring Beverly Hills artSHOW, “One More Time.”
Beverly Vista Middle School students traveled to Jerusalem, Israel to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of their friend, Bryson Ochman, but made sure to bring along their copy of the Courier for reading material. Pictured above, from left: Henry Jarry, Mia Fienberg, Bryson Ochman and Lola Choukroun. Not pictured: Gabriella Mussry. The students are pictured at the Kotel in Jerusalem. To join these students in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself on your next trip holding the Courier and email it to email@example.com.
Century City residents and longtime Courier readers Tess Foltyn and Mike Marlow visited the famed Wawel Castle in Krakow, Poland earlier this month and made sure to bring along some reading material in the form of the Beverly Hills Courier. To join Tess and Mike in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself holding the Courier on your next trip and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
The Courier is saddened to learn of the death of Beverly Hills Police Department K-9 Ecko, who was put to sleep last week after a short battle with cancer. Ecko was partners with BHPD officer David Rudy for seven-and-a-half years. They began partnering together when Ecko was just 18-months-old. He retired from the BHPD on April 1, at the age of 9. Ecko was a male Belgian malinois, which are a breed routinely used as police canines because of their high play drive and the unbreakable bond they form with their human partners. Ecko and Officer Rudy’s relationship began during a three-month basic training canine school, which focused on patrol work as well as explosives detection work. During his career, Ecko assisted the BHPD and other outside agencies in explosives detection sweeps and other operations. “We are greatful for all the years Ecko worked at BHPD and will miss him,” BHPD Chief Sandra Spagnoli said.
“From a rough upbringing, Denzel Washington struggled through much of his schooling, falling so low in university that they suggested he “take a break,” informs a website.
Beverly Hills resident Phillip Turkat and his mother Jennifer were en route to Bryce Canyon in Utah, when they made a pit stop in Oatman, Ariz. It was there that Phillip met a furry friend, who was interested in the reading material Phillip brought along in the Beverly Hills Courier. To join Phillip and his new friend in the Carry The Courier Club, snap a photo of yourself on your next trip with the Courier and email it, along with caption information, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every week, the Courier, in conjunction with the Pet Care Foundation, selects several cats and dogs waiting to be adopted or fostered at the West Los Angeles Shelter, located at 11361 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064.