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Park and Community Council Meetings this Week.

  PAB WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25 The Park Advisory Board will meet via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85023154622 Meeting ID: 850 2315 4622 by telephone (669)444-9171. Public comments on Agenda items will be heard only when the … Continue reading

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Palisades Library Provides a Free Technology Expert: Local Paid Help also Available 

The Pacific Palisades Branch Library has hired Chris Miehl to help answer technology questions from patrons three days a week at the library on 861 Alma Real. His regular hours are Monday, noon to 6 p.m.; Tuesdays, noon to 5 … Continue reading

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Complaints and Noise Issues Addressed by Rec and Parks

At the January 19 Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners meeting, L.A. City Rec and Parks General Manager Jimmy Kim gave an update about noise issues generated by city parks. Several months ago, Commissioner Joe Halper had asked the general … Continue reading

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Enjoy An Award-winning Musician, while Supporting a School in Zambia

Michael Sobie will be performing “The Music of Elton John,” in a special benefit concert at Mercer Hall at Palisades High School on Sunday, January 29 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased through go.palihigh.org/gofan. PaliHi’s Theater … Continue reading

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Are Plastic Bags Really Recyclable?

CHAZ PLAGER California Attorney General Rob Bonta made news in a November 2 press release when he said, “Most Californians are under the impression that plastic bags are recyclable.” He added, “California has banned single-use plastics, and we see the ‘chasing … Continue reading

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Rae’s a Dependable Diner in Santa Monica

Rae’s is such a dependable diner on Pico in Santa Monica, that when we moved from West L.A. to Pacific Palisades in 1994, we continue to travel there for early morning breakfasts – and of course, diner coffee. Daily, the … Continue reading

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Resident David Morena Remembered at L.A. City Council Meeting

Castellammare resident David Morena, who passed away on January 7, was remembered at a L.A. City Council meeting on January 20. David was one of the key members who founded the Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness Board of Directors. … Continue reading

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Palisadian Sally Field to Receive SAG Life Achievement

By BERNICE FOX There’s no denying it. Sally Field is liked by the Screen Actors Guild – and by just about everyone else. So much so, that the guild is giving her its highest honor: the Life Achievement Award. “Sally … Continue reading

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Grow Your Own Vegetables in Containers

If a resident understands the importance of growing their own food, which is free of pesticides and can supplement a healthy diet, a program, Container Gardening, will be held at the Palisades Library at 1 p.m. this Saturday, January 21. … Continue reading

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Palisades Residents Seeking Donations for Shelter Animals

This will be the third year for animal shelter donations in Pacific Palisades. One of the organizers, Nancy Jackson, said it will start on January 31 and run for about three weeks—or as long as donations come in. The drop … Continue reading

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