Blog Posts

  • A Tree Falls Gracefully on Galloway
    Nearby Cars Escape Damage A Galloway neighbor told Circling the News. “The tree was still standing when I drove home around 9 p.m.” Sometime during the night/early morning [June 15-16], the giant tree that had been planted next to a garage, at the
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  • People to Know from the Palisades
    Actress Diana Silvers and Soccer Player Ali Riley ACTRESS DIANA SILVERS This talented young actress and model, attended Kenter Canyon Charter School, Paul Revere Middle School and graduated from Palisades High School. While at PaliHi, she
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  • ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Haunts
    The Pantages through July 7 By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer For spectacle and beautifully haunting music, there is nothing quite like ‘The Phantom of the Opera.’ The new touring production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway hit, which plays until
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  • Volunteers Needed to Help with Parade:
    Sylvia and Lorna Boyd Lead the Charge This year the Fourth of July parade, themed “May the 4th Be With You,” will start promptly at 2 p.m. You may remember taking your enthusiastic kids to the parade, but this year everyone’s out of the house, and
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  • Palisades Lutheran Church Pastor Kenneth Davis
    To Preach Last Official Sermon on June 23 Palisades Lutheran Church’s Senior Pastor Reverend Kenneth Davis will preach his last sermon in that capacity at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 23, at the church (corner of Sunset and El Medio). On Nextdoor
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  • Matt Rodman Heads PAPA, the Venerable Palisades
    Parade/Concert/Fireworks Committee for 2nd Year Matthew Rodman, who has lived with his wife Rene in Pacific Palisades for more than 20 years, is once again overseeing the town’s biggest annual party on July 4. This is his second year as
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  • Designated Landmark Building in Santa Monica
    Will Be Dismantled and Its Artwork Removed Stuck at the traffic light at Wilshire and 26th Street in Santa Monica, southbound motorists often look at the 40- ft. by 16-ft. Millard Sheets mosaic depicting a beach scene and the stained glass and
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  • ‘Moby Dick—Rehearsed’ Draws a Fierce Portrait of Hubris,
    This Summer at the Theatricum Botanicum in Topanga By LIBBY MOTIKA Special to Circling the News Madness comes in subtle variations. Consider the outright “mad” King George III, credited with losing the American colonies and losing his mind; or the
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  • Marquez Elementary Students Learn About Food
    Through Planting and Harvesting at Campus Gardens Marquez Elementary third graders started melon and pumpkin seeds under grow lights. They tried to harden the seedlings, but squirrels ate most of the plants. (Harden means that plants are gradually
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  • What Are the Options If a Resident Has a
    Noisy Neighbor? Here’s What You Can Do Circling the News received an inquiry from a resident asking what to do if a neighbor is playing music loudly or making excessive noise. “I’d like my quiet weekends in the Palisades back!” the
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