Category Archives: Arts

Drawing Class Will Be Held at the Palisades Library on Saturday

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Photography Class Available in June

Rick Steil, who worked as a professional fashion photographer around the world, is offering a photography summer camp from June 20-24. Steil, Palisades resident, who wanted to spend more time with his family, came to Palisades High School, as the … Continue reading

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Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: Brain Fog

(Editor’s note: Palisadian Alan Eisenstock’s 20th book, came out May 3. He wrote it with Sonya Curry, the mom of NBA Legend Stephen Curry click here.  When Eisenstock is not writing, he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of … Continue reading

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Joyous Celebration at Public Library

Friends of the Palisades Library hosted a “grand reopening” celebration at the library, 861 Alma Real Drive on May 21. And it was grand. The library had been closed for nearly two years – first because of the pandemic and … Continue reading

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Revere Middle School to Host Literary Festival on May 19

  The PRIDE Booster Club of Paul Revere Middle School is hosting a literary festival “Literacy Brings Us Together” and a book fair from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 19. The event will be held at 1450 Allenford … Continue reading

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Steil, Talented Photographer/Teacher, Will Hold Summer Camp

Rick Steil, who worked as a professional fashion photographer around the world, is offering a photography summer camp from June 20-24. Steil, Palisades resident, who wanted to spend more time with his family, came to Palisades High School, as the … Continue reading

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Artist Joe Blaustein Honored at TAG

Artist and teacher Joe Blaustein’s exhibition “No Hesitation: the Art of Joe Blaustein” will be featured at TAG through June 4. Also at the museum will be the artwork of his friends and students “Hangin’ with Joe.” There will be … Continue reading

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The High Costs of Extracurriculars Footed by Parents

For many students, participation in an extracurricular activity is the key to succeeding in high school. That activity gives them a group of friends and a purpose that might not come from the classroom. According to a study in the … Continue reading

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Delicatessen Explored at Skirball Center: “I’ll Have What She’s Having: The Jewish Deli”

By LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor   I could be accused of chutzpah for kvetching about the schlocky workmanship of that nudnik who purports to be the community’s mensch. Yes indeed, the list of Yiddish words is firmly seeded … Continue reading

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Mikhailovsky Dancers to Perform on the Broad Stage in Santa Monica

Westside Ballet will host a special May 7 performance, with guest dancers not normally seen in Santa Monica. Three dancers, who have recently left Russia will perform. Adrian Blake Mitchell and Andrea Lassakova, of the Mikahailovsky Ballet, will perform in … Continue reading

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