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Sweet Rose, the Popular Ice Cream Store on Monument, Will Close February 29 

Say goodbye to Fresh Mint Chip and Cookies & Cream, the best-selling flavors at Sweet Rose Ice Creamery, located in the Monument Building off Sunset. A sign posted on the front door says the shop will close. Circling the News … Continue reading

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Hearing Will Be Held for 1270 Marinette Road (near Will Rogers State Park)

A hearing will be held at 10:40 a.m. on Thursday, February 27, at Los Angeles City Hall, Room 1070, for a proposed housing project at 1270 Marinette Rd, which abuts Will Rogers State Historic Park. (Case No: VTT-73423 and CEQA … Continue reading

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Premier Card Supports Palisades Elementary and Provides Enticing Discounts 

Purchase a Pali Premier Card for only $100 and receive discounts at 17 Pacific Palisades businesses. Palisades Charter Elementary School parent Jeff Lemen explained, “The Pali Premier Card, a ‘Groupon’-inspired card, was created to support PEP (Palisades Enrichment Programs) at the … Continue reading

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‘Frozen Jr.’ Offers Spectacular Voices and Unbridled Enthusiasm at Theatre Palisades

Theatre Palisades Youth will present “Frozen Jr.” starting this weekend. If the Monday rehearsal is any indication, Director Lara Ganz will once again have a hit on her hands and sold-out performances. Forty-one talented youth will participate and, in an … Continue reading

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Tiger Woods: His Greatest Legacy May Be His Youth Foundation and His Kids Club

Tiger Woods, host of last week’s Genesis Invitational, will go down as one of the greatest golfers in history. Even though a tournament win at the Riviera still eludes him, the inspiration he provides to a new generation will far … Continue reading

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Democratic Club Speaker to Explain the Importance of the Upcoming Census

 The Pacific Palisades Democratic Club will host its first speaker of 2020, Herbert S. Ferguson, from the U.S. Government Census Outreach Office, on Monday evening, February 24, at the Palisades Library community room. “Some people hear ‘census’ and their eyes … Continue reading

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PaliHi Concert Choir to Perform ‘Sounds of Cinema’ Concert This Weekend at Mercer Hall on Campus 

Palisades High has graduated a large number of students   who have gone on to excel in music, film and television, including Redfoo,, Lauren London, Jeff Bridges, Forest Whitaker, Willa Holland, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Erin Gray, J.J. Abrams, Scott … Continue reading

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Crimes Reported Include Stabbing and Food Theft from Palisades Village

  LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore released the crimes reported through February 15. To report a crime in progress, call 9-1-1. To report any non-emergency crime, call (877) 275-5273. A crime that has occurred may be reported in person … Continue reading

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‘Fast and Furious’ Theme Defines Today’s Car Commercials

By BOB VICKREY Special to Circling the News Maybe we could blame the late actor Steve McQueen’s portrayal of a daredevil policeman in the 1968 movie “Bullitt” for all those outlandish television car commercials we’ve watched in recent years. In … Continue reading

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Leland Ford Announces that Anawalt Lumber Will Open a Hardware Store in the Palisades

The Ford family, which owns the property that encompasses Ralphs, Palisades Car Wash, Pharmaca and the former Norris Hardware, has jointly announced with the Anawalt Lumber Company that Anawalt will go into part of the Norris space. According to a … Continue reading

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