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Rumored Threat Causes Mass Walkout at Palisades High Today

Palisades High School has an active shooter drill that students are familiar with—they lock themselves into classrooms and do not come out until the all-clear is given. But, what if a situation occurs during nutrition or lunch time, when students … Continue reading

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Busy Holiday Weekend Planned at Simon Meadow

  SATURDAY: SANTA CLAUS COMES TO TOWN Santa Claus arrives on December 11 at Simon Meadow in Temescal Canyon. Kids of all ages can compose Letters to Santa and drop them in special Ho!Ho!Ho! mailboxes at Simon Meadow. Letters to Santa … Continue reading

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Here’s a Chance to Enjoy Live Music Locally

Singer/songwriters are scheduled to perform at The Draycott in Caruso’s Palisades Village on Tuesday this week; Monday, December 13 and Tuesday, January 11. In the midst of the craziness of the season, take a break, go to The Draycott, enjoy … Continue reading

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Pepper Edmiston’s Cookie Jars on Sale, Just in Time for Holiday Gift Giving

(Editor’s note: Former Palisadian-Post Editor Bill Bruns told CTN, “Pepper Edmiston wrote dozens of columns and first-person stories for the Post about her wild, adventurous and sometimes whacky life, and they were always entertaining — often laugh-out-loud funny, but also poignant, … Continue reading

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LAPD Senior Lead Officer Report: Uptick in Crime

Many residents were concerned about the notice that was posted on Nextdoor about an armed robbery on Rimmer Avenue on December 3. “I had a holiday party last night on upper Rimmer,” the homeowner said. “Two guys entered my home … Continue reading

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“Popular Poison” Clothing Store Opens on Sunset

Popular Poison, a clothing store that specializes in T-shirts, hoodies and other comfortable, but affordable wear, opened this week as a pop-up store at 15224 Sunset, in the space vacated by Valentina’s. This is the first brick-and-mortar location for store … Continue reading

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Former L.A. City Attorney Lawyer Pleads Guilty

L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer, a mayoral candidate, is in a difficult position after a former attorney in his office, Paul Paradis, pleaded guilty in federal court. Paradis, a lawyer who represented the City of Los Angeles while simultaneously representing … Continue reading

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Pacific Palisades Ho!Ho!Ho! Arrives December 11 in Temescal 

  Local elves have been busy organizing for Santa’s arrival at the free and festive, all-community Ho!Ho!Ho! celebration on Saturday, December 11 at Simon Meadow in Temescal Canyon. The seasonal fun kicked off today with the opening of the YMCA … Continue reading

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Parking Problems in Pacific Palisades

  The November 30 Musing about having to use an app to park in the Topa/Bank of America parking lot garnered a lot of attention. A REMINDER ABOUT CARUSO’S PROMISES: One woman wrote, “In the Alphabet Streets with permit parking, … Continue reading

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OBITUARY: Alice Ruth Hanks, 95, a Fixture at the Indy 500

Alice Ruth Hanks, a resident of Pacific Palisades since 1957, passed away at St. John’s Hospital on October 1 at the age of 95. She was born in LuVerne, Iowa, to William and Molly Hedrick on July 26, 1926. An … Continue reading

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