Blog Posts

  • Strikers Continue to Meet at Beutner’s Home
      UTLA Take Strike to Beutner’s House About 10 people, teachers, parents and organizers, protested at LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner’s home in the Palisades Riviera around noon on Sunday, January 20. The teacher’s strike is in its fifth
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  • Palisades Saturday Morning Happenings
    Dolphin Pulled off Its Base Early Saturday morning, January 19, it was discovered that the small dolphin statue in front of Palisades Elementary had been pushed off its base. It was reported to Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore. But Moore, and all
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  • Heavy Rainfall Causes Several Small Slides
    January Rainfall Continues to Accumulate According to Carol Leacock, the town’s County-certified rainmeister, last week’s storm, on January 14, 15, 16 and 17, produced 5.1 inches of rain. On January 7-8, there was 1.65 inches of rain, and on January
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  • Stages of Alzheimer’s that Lead to Death
    The Horror of Alzheimer’s Dissected If someone wanted to write a movie, where a person’s a memories and personality disappeared as the brain disintegrated, it would be considered a horror movie. Unfortunately, this horror movie is real life: it is
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  • Rabbi Amy Bernstein Chosen to Lead Board of Rabbis
    KI’s Bernstein Now President Of The Board of Rabbis Rabbi Amy Bernstein was installed on January 16 as the president of The Board of Rabbis of Southern California for a two-year term. The installation ceremony was held at Kehillat Israel, and
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  • Palisades Woman’s Club Gives Back
    First Baby Quilt Crafted by Club Members In December, members of the Woman’s Club crafted a quilt for the First Baby of the Year born in Pacific Palisades. “We wanted it green and blue to represent the hills, skies and oceans surrounding
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  • Caravan of Strikers Go to the Beutner’s Home
    Striking Teachers, Parents Visit Palisades About 40 parents, teachers and students met in the parking lot of the Annenberg Community Beach House around 5 p.m. on Thursday, January 17. The people were transported in vans and cars to Toyopa to the
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  • Sports for Kids Ages 3 to 12
    Sign Up for YMCA Sports There is still time to sign up for the YMCA Sports programs that will run from January 26 through March 16. Junior Clippers youth BASKETBALL, for ages 3 to 7, will hold practices and games on Saturday at Palisades High
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  • Majestic Tree Cut to Make Room for New Home
    One of Oldest Trees in Palisades Cut Down One of the oldest and tallest trees in Pacific Palisades was cut down on January 11 to make way for a new home. According to Alphabet Street neighbor Bart Bartholomew, “The 140′ tall ‘Star of
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  • Theatre Palisades Presents “Twelfth Night”
    ‘Twelfth Night’ a Delightful Romp Theatre Palisades is to be commended for trying something outside the repertoire of standards that a community theater usually puts on its schedule. Playing weekends through February 17 is William Shakespeare’s
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