Category Archives: businesses/stores

Sew Chateau on Via Offers Two-hour Classes for Adults, Teens and Kids

  Later this month and in October, the Sew Chateau at 833 Via de la Paz will offer two-hour classes for kids, teens and adults. All fabric and supplies are included for every class ($65 per class). Adult classes will … Continue reading

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DRB Questions The Hydration Room’s Proposed Signage and Change of Use at Former Retail Site

The Pacific Palisades Design Review Board heard the revised plans, via Zoom, for The Hydration Room’s store on Antioch, located next to Denise Carolyn clothing in the former Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf space. The hearing will continue on September … Continue reading

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Sidewalks Are Public Walkways

A young man gathering signatures for the “Recall Bonin” petition was accosted by Caruso security on the sidewalk along Sunset, near Erewhon, on August 24. Two readers contacted Circling the News and said that “Caruso’s employees are claiming that the sidewalk … Continue reading

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The Draycott Hosts a Special Dinner/Wine Tasting on Tuesday

  To kick off a new ongoing wine dinner series, The Draycott at Palisades Village will host a special dinner and wine tasting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 3 with Peter Stolpman, owner of the Stolpman Vineyards. The cost is … Continue reading

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Winners Announced for Fourth of July Kids on Bikes Contest

  It was not an easy choice to select the winners, said The Yogurt Shoppe owners, Christine and Adam Wolfson. They sponsored the Kids on Bike decorating contest for the 73rd annual Fourth of July Parade. Although an actual tally of contestants … Continue reading

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City Zoning Administrator Hears Shell Station Convenience Store Arguments

The L.A. Department of City Planning held a virtual public hearing July 7 regarding the proposed convenience store at the Shell station, corner of Sunset and Via de la Paz. CTN had asked the planning department about the status of … Continue reading

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Tree Trimming Set for Town’s Business District

The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) is paying to have trees along major streets trimmed starting tomorrow, July 6, and continuing through Friday, July 9, in the business district of Pacific Palisades. Board Certified Master Arborist and Certified Tree … Continue reading

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The Yogurt Shoppe Will Sponsor Kids on Bikes

The challenge for kids is on in 2021. Last year’s top three places in the Fourth of July bike decorating contest went to Henry Isola, Chloe Lee and Arthur and Rosie Angola (tied). For those looking to claim a prize … Continue reading

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Goodbye Mycroft: Unofficial Vet Mascot Dies

By JEFF RIDGWAY Special to Circling the News I just found out [in May] that Mycroft, the larger of the two cat-brothers who have lived in Dr. Kathy’s [Kathy Litochelb] Pali Vet Offices for the past few years, has just … Continue reading

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State Farm Neighborhood Assist® to Give $25,000 Grants

On behalf of resident Trish Bowe, a local CLU/State Farm Agent and State Farm Insurance Companies, State Farm is seeking nonprofits to apply for its grant program Neighborhood Assist. Forty nonprofits across the country, who apply and are selected, will each … Continue reading

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