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Optimist Speaker Recommends AtheroSCAN For People to Predict and Stop Heart Attacks

“Seventy-five percent of strokes are a first-ever event and happen with no warning,” cardiologist Dr. Richard Taw warned Palisades Optimist Club members on November 12. “They are 95 percent preventable.” Taw also warned that although people are routinely screened for … Continue reading

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PaliHi Physics Teacher David Schalek Renews National Board Certification

  Palisades High School physics teacher David Schalek has just been recertified by the National Board and is one of only 4,786 physics teachers nationwide to do so. He is one of only 122,000 teachers (in all subjects) in the … Continue reading

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Send Your Youth to Golf Camp at the VA

Some schools are out for the entire Thanksgiving week, November 25 to 29. You don’t want your youth hanging around playing video games and they don’t want to go shopping during Black Friday sales. Luckily there’s a golf camp for … Continue reading

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At Theatre Palisades, ‘Ruthless! The Musical’ Is The Perfect Entertainment for Out-of-Town Guests

With Thanksgiving just around the corner and out-of-town guests arriving and wanting to be entertained, take them to “Ruthless! The Musical” at the Pierson Playhouse. This is the perfect musical for that fault-finding aunt or the uncle who is driving … Continue reading

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Paul Revere Middle School Students to Present One-Act Plays on November 15

         You’ve seen the fabulous PaliHi play “The Curious Incident of the Dog in Nighttime.” You were the first in line to see “Ruthless! The Musical” presented by Theatre Palisades. You don’t want to drive downtown for … Continue reading

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Monday Night: Hear about the Homeless People Who Have Been Helped off Palisades Streets

The Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness will host a community meeting, “Success Stories: From the Street to Home,” 7 p.m. on Monday, November 18, in the Palisades Library community room, 861 Alma Real Dr. Even as homelessness continues to be a … Continue reading

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Talented Youth Sought for ‘Frozen’ Audition Dates Begin November 19 at Pierson

This winter, Theatre Palisades Youth will present “Disney’s Frozen Jr.” Youth in third through eighth grade are invited to attend an upcoming audition and are asked to prepare a one-minute musical selection from Broadway or Disney and come dressed for … Continue reading

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Acme 5 Lifestyle Nursery, across from PaliHi, Closes Tomorrow

Acme 5 Lifestyle, a nursery located in a small triangular area on Temescal Canyon Road, across from the Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center, is scheduled to close tomorrow, November 14, after just a year in business. Construction on the site began … Continue reading

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Fire Insurance: Residents Need to Consult Their Agents to Learn What Is Covered by Their Policy

Pacific Palisades residents have heard horror stories about numerous Malibu residents, who are still not in their homes a year after the 2018 Woolsey Fire. That couldn’t happen here, could it? Residents have insurance, correct? Then, the October 21 Palisades … Continue reading

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Issues with Your Vision? “Retina and Vitreous Disorders”  Will Be Discussed at Palisades Library Next Monday

The Palisades Alliance for Seniors will host Dr. Daniel Su, speaking about “Retina and Vitreous Disorders” at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, November 18, in the Palisades Library community room, 861 Alma Real. The program is free and open to the … Continue reading

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