Blog Posts

  • Asteroids, Dinosaurs and An Emmy
    Black Hill Institute Provides Answers In my native South Dakota, nestled on the main street of Hill City (population 1,008) in an old city auditorium, is a different kind of business/museum. The Black Hills Institute (BHI) of Geological Research and
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  • Senior Alliance Meeting on Monday
    ‘Fire Safety and Preparedness’ to Be Discussed April 22 The topic for the upcoming Palisades Alliance for Seniors program is “Fire Safety and Disaster Preparedness: Know What to Do.” The public is invited. LAFD Captain II John Ignatczyk, a disaster
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  • Civic League to Meet April 22
    Seven Homes Will Be Under Review The Pacific Palisades Civic League will meet on Monday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in Tauxe Hall at the Community United Methodist Church, 801 Via de la Paz. The public is invited. The agenda lists four new two-story
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  • PASSINGS: Marguerite Stephanie Perkins Mautner, 92;
    Former Palisades Community Council President           Marguerite passed away peacefully on April 15.  She was a woman for all seasons – strong-minded and idealistic – who loved beauty in all its forms:  music, art, sport, travel and gardening.
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  • Residents Pack Gym and Loudly Protest:
    “Don’t Move Trash Bins to Temescal!” The message to the Palisades Park Advisory Board (PAB) on Wednesday (April 17) at its quarterly meeting was clear, “If you have problems with the trash bins at the Rec Center, moving it to Temescal
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  • Special Light Show at Hogwarts
    The Dark Invades Universal Studios By LAUREL BUSBY Special to Circling the News The forces of darkness attempt a Hogwarts invasion this month at Universal Studios. Until April 28 and again over Memorial Day weekend, the creatures of the dark will
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  • Help the “Feed My Starving Children” Campaign
    Lutheran Pastor Kenneth Davis Seeks a Record If you can spare two hours on Thursday, June 20, you could help pack food for “Feed My Starving Children (FMSC).” “This is a great community, and one of the biggest challenges for people is the giving of
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  • All Schools Honor Orchestra to Perform
    Concert Features Elementary School Musicians The 21st Annual All Schools Elementary Honor Orchestra Concert, featuring some of the best elementary school musicians in Los Angeles will be held on Saturday, May 4, at UCLA’s Schoenberg Hall. Because of
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  • Two Opportunities for Egg Hunt and
    A Chance to Meet the Easter Bunny PACIFIC PALISADES REC CENTER: Come meet the Easter Bunny and take photos at the Palisades Recreation Center’s EGGstravaganza to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 20, at the Rec Center, 851 Alma Real Dr. There
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  • Measles Outbreak in the United States
    Disease Complications Are Severe: My Story          I shudder when I hear there is a measles outbreak in 2019—in the United States. In an earlier story for another paper, I wrote how author Roald Dahl’s daughter died of encephalitis caused by
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