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Westside Ballet Will Present “Kingdom of the Sweets”

For 47 years, Westside Ballet has presented “The Nutcracker.” This year a different version will keep the tradition alive – but in slightly a different way. Westside Ballet’s production of “Kingdom of the Sweets” will be filmed from The Broad … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: “Cold and Rainy”

Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed … Continue reading

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Theatre Palisades to Present ‘Deconstructing Holly’ on Zoom on December 6

  Theatre Palisades will present an online benefit performance of “Deconstructing Holly” at 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 6. A live question-and-answer session will follow. In this one-woman show, writer and actress Holly Sidell shares her story of surviving breast … Continue reading

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Theatre Palisades Hosts Awards Show

“Lend Me a Tenor” was the big winner at the annual Theatre Palisades awards show, which was held via Zoom on November 15. The show won for graphic design (Joanne Reich), set design (Sherman Wayne), lighting design (Sherman Wayne and … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock: It’s an All-Woman Playlist

Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock Playlist: Election, Covid and Keeping Spirits High

Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock: Lose Those Pounds Musically

Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed … Continue reading

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Friends of the Palisades Library Honor Winners in the Annual Summer Writing Contest

Brentwood High School student Alana Kamins, who took third place with her story “Eyes,” told the Friends of the Palisades Library: “Thank you for having this event. Especially with all the negativity right now, it’s nice to have a positive … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock: Wash Your Hands

(Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started in mid-March: sending a weekly Covid-themed … Continue reading

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Cindy Simon and Tracey Price Beautify while Recycling at YMCA Pumpkin Patch

When you visit the YMCA Pumpkin Patch in Temescal Canyon, seek out Winding Way, which is located near the hillside at Simon Meadow, just north of Sunset. Four years ago, Tracey Price, co- owner of American Growers, a local landscaping … Continue reading

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