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VOLUME XXXXVIIII NUMBER 22 $135 PER YEAR - $1.25 PER COPY www.bhcourier.com SINCE 1965 May 30 , 2014 Don’t Forget To Vote On Tuesday! •Arts & Entertainment 12 •Health & Wellness 14 •Birthdays 20 The Human Relations com- mission welcomed four new members. 5 CLASSIFIEDS 25 • Announcements • Real Estate • Rentals • Sales • and More Editorial from Rabbi Pressman AND MORE Beverly Hills Pack 100 cele- brated Memorial Day at the national cemetery. 4 “Gorgeous” Georgie is a 4- month-old terrier mix puppy up for adoption! 4 THIS ISSUE George Christy, Page 6 Who Said “Hollywood Is A Town Without Pity ... I Know Of No Other Place Where So Many People Suffer From Nervous Breakdowns, So Many Alcoholics, So Many Neurotics And So Much Unhappiness.” The Beverly Hills Women’s Club presents day of beauty, self-esteem for Aviva girls. 17 Beverly Hills AYSO team “Intensity” won big in Orange County. 5 A N D F R A N K I E MAKES FOUR Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman attend- ed the Blended pre- miere starring Drew and Adam Sandler in Hollywood. They shared snapshots of their newly born Frankie, a lively com- panion to sister Olive. For more photos, see George Christy’s col- umn on page 6. Hawthorne, About To Turn 100, Says Farewell To Five Teachers Herb Hall By Laura Coleman On the verge of its Centennial year of educating Beverly Hills stu- dents, Hawthorne is bidding farewell to the final crop of teach- ers who have helped make the school a success in the latter part of its first century in existence. “This school is a community, a family,” said Barbara Brilliant, who is retiring after 32 years with the district. “What I’ll remember is the tremendous efforts students have made to learn and the help that families have given them and the tremendous family spirit at FAREWELL— (From left): H a w t h o r n e teachers Linda DiNoble, Mike L a m b e r t , Barbara Brilliant, Marion Harvey, and Bob Bailey are retiring after their final year with the school district. BEVERLY HILLS Herb Hall Retires After 28 Years At Beverly Hills High By Laura Coleman After 28 years of bringing music to Bev- erly Hills High and helping create genera- tions of performers, Performing Arts Depart- ment Chair and 2014 Apple Award recipient Herb Hall is retiring. And he’s enjoyed every minute of it. “All I can keep saying is how much fun this is,” Hall said. “There’s something about teaching. I love watching the kids grow as Metro Construction Noise Set For Nights: 8 PM to 6 AM Bilak Highlights Lack Of Bike Riding Areas For Kids Roxbury Park Community Center Re-Opens June 8 Celebrity Photo Agency/Janet Gough By Laura Coleman & Matt Lopez Ever tried to sleep through jackhammer construction work or saw-cutting? If you live near La Cienega and Wilshire Blvd., you may soon get to try it out as the subway makes its way to Beverly Hills.
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