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REVIEW–Romantic Comedy at Theatre Palisaded Provides Delightful Evening

The romantic comedy, Bell, Book & Candle, which opened Friday, June 2, at Theatre Palisades, provided a delightful evening and accomplished acting. Based on the 1950 play by John Van Druten, the story centers around a witch, Gillian Holroyd (Jasmine … Continue reading

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Rick Steil Offers Photography Camp

Do you want to transform your  just “okay” photographs into the “wow” factor? Here’s your chance to learn how from a professional photographer Rick Steil. His one-week class, which runs July 17 through July 21, has limited spaces available. The … Continue reading

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Homeless Task Force Highlighted by Tracy Park

Councilwoman Tracy Park highlights a group, a nonprofit or business weekly in her newsletter. This week she selected the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness. She wrote: “We are honoring the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) as this … Continue reading

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Pacific Palisades Garden Club to Host Plumeria Speaker

Pacific Palisades Garden Club continues to hold its meetings on Zoom. Scheduled for Monday, June 5 at 7 p.m. is Mike Atkinson, who will speak on “Plumeria 1010: Growing Beautiful Plumerias in Southern California.” To get the Zoom link, email … Continue reading

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Community Council Members Informed of Pickleball Noise: Private Citizen Cannot Collect Fees

Joe Halper, who was a member of the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Board of Commissioners (RAP) for almost five years and is now the Pacific Palisades Community Council Parks Advisor, spoke at the meeting on May 25. He acknowledged … Continue reading

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A Home Invasion Robbery Reported in Santa Monica Canyon: Suspects Arrested

A Stassi Lane resident was threatened with a box cutter, when she interrupted a hot prowl burglary in progress. The victim was in her bedroom on May 31. Around 12:30 p.m., she heard a noise. She opened her bedroom door … Continue reading

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Palisades Charter High Band Gears Up for the 4th

  By CHAZ PLAGER With the annual Palisades 4th of July Parade approaching, Palisades Charter High School’s marching band, color guard, and drumline have each begun to prepare routines for the parade this year. The marching band and drumline will … Continue reading

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Deceased Man on Lachman Lane Fire Road Identified

A reader wrote, “There was a body found yesterday on the Lachman fire road. They said it was suicide, but the body was posed with a towel/sheet wrapping the head and the gun on his chest. Hard to believe it … Continue reading

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Uplifters Centennial in Rustic Canyon Is Exciting and Community Oriented

More than 120 people gathered Tuesday in the beautifully restored Rustic Canyon Recreation Center Library for the unveiling of a time capsule placed in the building’s cornerstone exactly 100 years ago by the Uplifters Club. Local historian and long-time Rustic … Continue reading

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To-Do List for 4th of July

Memorial Day 2023 is behind us. Graduations from elementary, middle and high school are on the calendar for the next week. Pacific Palisades Baseball Association playoffs conclude on Saturday, June 3. What does that mean? Time to start planning for … Continue reading

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