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Adamson House Decorated for “The Twelve Days of Christmas”

The Adamson House is festively decorated for the holiday season: “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” If one has relatives who are coming to town, or if a resident has never visited this historic 1930 beach house in Malibu, located along … Continue reading

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Botanical Artist featured at Pacific Palisades Garden Club Meeting

Botanical artist Deborah Shaw will be the Pacific Palisades Garden Club speaker tomorrow, December 5, at 7 p.m. Her topic “Botanical Art through the Ages,” will address the history of botanical art to contemporary times. Works by American Society of … Continue reading

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The “Nutcracker” Returns to the Westside over Two Weekends

The longest running “Nutcracker” production in Southern California is returning to the Broad Stage in Santa Monica beginning Thanksgiving weekend for eight public performances. This is the complete, traditional ballet, from the Victorian-style party scene to the dazzling Sugar Plum … Continue reading

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Mysteries and Opera Events Featured through Palisades  Library

Pacific Palisades Library will present two events on Tuesday, November 15, and a third event on Thursday, November 17.   Mysterious Book Club The Mysterious Book Club, which met regularly before Covid at the Palisades Library, is back. This month … Continue reading

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Santa Monica Conservancy Presents: “Everything Old Is New Again”

As part of its 20th Anniversary Celebration the Santa Monica Conservancy is hosting a special virtual program “Everything Old is New Again: Adaptive Reuse in Santa Monica,” at 5 p.m., Sunday, November 6. The Conservancy is a nonprofit organization dedicated … Continue reading

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Update: Theft of Katie O’Neill’s Paintings: Friends Start gofundme

Artist Katie O’Neill’s Fine Art Gallery was broken into on Saturday, October 8 around 10:30 p.m.  Eleven paintings, worth about $35,000, were stolen from her art studio on Antioch. Around 10:30 p.m., a Gelson’s employee saw a man, who was … Continue reading

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$35,000 Worth of Paintings Stolen from O’Neill’s Studio

“I want my babies back,” said artist Katie O’Neill after 11 paintings, worth about $35,000 was stolen from her art studio on Antioch on Saturday, October 8. Around 10:30 p.m., a Gelson’s employee saw a man that was described as … Continue reading

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Look for “Upcycling Color 2022” at the Pumpkin Patch

While shopping for a pumpkin at the YMCA Pumpkin Patch, look for the public art installation “Upcycling Color 2022.” Located in Simon Meadow at the corner of Temescal Canyon Road and Sunset Boulevard, Winding Way offers those strolling a chance … Continue reading

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Billy Crystal’s Broadway Musical Wraps Up

By BERNICE FOX After about four-and-a-half months reliving his Mr. Saturday Night character before appreciative audiences on Broadway, Billy Crystal is understandably emotional. And funny. Crystal wistfully told Sunday’s closing night audience – actually the final performance was a matinee – that … Continue reading

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Two Local Art Shows: One Friday, One Saturday

This Friday, August 19, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Trancas Marketplace, 0745 PCH (just past Zuma Beach), the Malibu Art Association will feature local artists. They also host outdoor concert series and Riptide will be playing from 6 to 9 … Continue reading

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