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FEATURE INTERVIEW: JEANIE BUSS
Jeanie Buss surrounded by players Carmelo Anthony, #7, Dwight Howard, #39, Russell Westbrook, #0, and Trevor Ariza, #1 Photo by France and Jesse - www.FranceAndJesse.com

FEATURE INTERVIEW: JEANIE BUSS

The Courier’s Lisa Bloch sat down with Jeanie Buss to talk about her life, her leadership, and her Lakers legacy.

Jac Mani Signs National Letter of Intent with UC Davis

Jac Mani Signs National Letter of Intent with UC Davis

Beverly Hills High School (BHHS) senior Jac Mani was surrounded by his friends, family, teammates, and coaches on Nov. 18 as he accepted a basketball scholarship offer to the University of California, Davis.

American Cinematheque Honors Scarlett Johansson at The Beverly Hilton

American Cinematheque Honors Scarlett Johansson at The Beverly Hilton

On Nov 18, The American Cinematheque hosted the 35th Annual American Cinematheque Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel honoring Scarlett Johansson and Participant.

Next BH Proposes Citywide Valet

Next BH Proposes Citywide Valet

“It’s going to be a transition the next month, so it’ll be exciting to see someone step up,” said Freeman. 

Sunshine Task Force Discusses Two Potential Ordinances

Sunshine Task Force Discusses Two Potential Ordinances

Mirisch suggested that the ordinance incorporate enhanced reporting requirements for contributions to PACs. Even if entities that do business with the city were banned from contributing to campaigns, they could still donate to PACs. Mirisch hoped that requiring PACs to label donations from city contractors would disincentivize entities from simply funneling contributions into a PAC.

Charities Overcome the Pandemic

Charities Overcome the Pandemic

“It’s a roasted turkey breast and we’re using a light poultry gravy that’s adjusted for calories and salt content, but it’s still good nonetheless. And then we have a roasted vegetable we’re serving on the side, and then peas with roasted pearl onions,” Gordon said.

Holiday Lights Dazzle Large Crowd on Rodeo Drive

Holiday Lights Dazzle Large Crowd on Rodeo Drive

“Are you ready to add even more glow to our evening?” Mayor Robert Wunderlich called out to the throngs of people before he and the City Council ceremonially “turned on” the lights along the street.

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