The Beverly Hills Courier is a finalist for four Southern California Journalism Awards. The awards, given annually by the Los Angeles Press Club, honor journalistic excellence in print, radio, podcast, TV and online formats. Entries for this year’s awards were published during the calendar year 2022.
Courier Publisher Lisa Friedman Bloch is a finalist in two categories for her cover features profiling high-profile business figures in Beverly Hills. The first is in the category of “Personality Profile, Politics/Business/Arts Personalities” for her Holiday 2022 STYLE Magazine cover feature, “ANASTASIA: Beverly Hills’ World-Famous Eyebrow Queen.” She was also nominated in the category “Feature: Business/Government” for “Nicholas Bijan: The Prince of Beverly Hills,” the cover story of the Summer 2022 STYLE Magazine.
The Courier’s Executive Editor Ana Figueroa is a finalist in the category “Criticism of Art/Architecture/Design” for a feature that resonated with the significant Beverly Hills membership of Wilshire Boulevard Temple. That feature, “The New Audrey Irmas Pavilion Illuminates Wilshire Boulevard Temple,” was published in the Courier’s April 8, 2022 issue.
And Courier Contributing Editor Linda Immediato is a finalist in the “Feature: Music/Arts” category for “The Vibrant World of Nicholas Kontaxis,” which appeared in the Summer 2022 STYLE Magazine.
Winners of the 65th Annual Southern California Journalism Awards will be announced on June 25 at a gala ceremony at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
As set forth in the May 12 issue of the Courier, the Courier last week garnered five awards from the California News Publishers Association.