Category Archives: Arts

Artist Jonas Never’s Work Reaches Millions

Now, a famous muralist, Jonas Never wanted to be a professional baseball player when he was younger. As a youth he played on the Pacific Palisades Baseball Association’s Dodgers. He attended Santa Monica High School, still pitching, even facing Palisades … Continue reading

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Artist Martha Meade Will Teach a Free Painting Class

Artist Martha Meade taught a painting class in January, and it was pronounced a great success by all who attended. There has been demand for another class and now a new free painting class has been scheduled from 2 to … Continue reading

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Great Library Programs Offered for Teens: Check out February 18

  OFFICE OF COLLECTING AND DESIGN A special program for teens, “Office of Collecting and Design,” will be held from 2 to 4 p.m., on  Saturday, February 18, at the Palisades Library Community Room, 861, Alma Real Drive. The Office … Continue reading

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Michael Torquato deNicola Art and Surfboards Featured at PaliSkates

An art show “Torquato Says, Love is . . .All Around at Paliskates” will feature world-renowned, L.A.-based artist Michael Torquato deNicola. The opening will be held at Paliskates, 1021 Swarthmore, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, February 2, and … 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 PaliHi’s Theater … Continue reading

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Knitters and Crocheters Sought

If you enjoy knitting and crocheting, join like-minded individuals at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25, in the Palisades Library, 851 Alma Real. There is no fee and anyone 18 years or older who already knits, or crochets is welcomed. … Continue reading

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Theatre Palisades Presents “Miracle on 34th Street”

Theatre Palisades Actors’ Troupe presented a radio show of Miracle on 34th Street on December 14, which included ads from Lux soap. The almost full house, of all ages, laughed as the actress held up the box of soap and … Continue reading

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Skirball Exhibition: Quilts Tell the Story of America

Story and Photos:  LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor My great-grandmother Dora Burdick’s crazy quilt commands a wall in my house like a stained-glass window, its luminous satin patches jigsawing around a central 5-point star. On closer inspection, clues emerge … Continue reading

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Joyous Free Gift Given by Theatre Palisades

  If one if having trouble getting in the holiday spirit, there is a solution. Come enjoy the Theatre Palisades Actors’ Troupe radio show presentation of Miracle on 34th Street on Wednesday, December 14. Admission is free to the public. … Continue reading

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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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