Category Archives: businesses/stores

Pepper Edmiston’s Cookie Jars on Sale, Just in Time for Holiday Gift Giving

(Editor’s note: Former Palisadian-Post Editor Bill Bruns told CTN, “Pepper Edmiston wrote dozens of columns and first-person stories for the Post about her wild, adventurous and sometimes whacky life, and they were always entertaining — often laugh-out-loud funny, but also poignant, … Continue reading

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“Popular Poison” Clothing Store Opens on Sunset

Popular Poison, a clothing store that specializes in T-shirts, hoodies and other comfortable, but affordable wear, opened this week as a pop-up store at 15224 Sunset, in the space vacated by Valentina’s. This is the first brick-and-mortar location for store … Continue reading

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Parking Problems in Pacific Palisades

  The November 30 Musing about having to use an app to park in the Topa/Bank of America parking lot garnered a lot of attention. A REMINDER ABOUT CARUSO’S PROMISES: One woman wrote, “In the Alphabet Streets with permit parking, … Continue reading

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Historical Society Will Host the Centennial Celebration: Publication Planned

The publishing team that produces the annual Parade program for PAPA (Palisades Americanism Parade Association) is preparing a Centennial publication that celebrates the town’s 100 years in articles and photos. Advertisers are sought, with all net proceeds supporting the Historical Society’s … Continue reading

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Palisades Chamber of Commerce Loses Lease, Seeks Merger with Malibu Chamber 

The Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1949 and has been an institution on Antioch Street for decades. Yesterday (November 4), President/CEO Bob Benton and Board Chair Sarah Knauer send the following letter to Chamber members: “The last … Continue reading

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Tower 15 Coffee Now Carried by Gelson’s Markets

Cup of Joe, dirt, mud, java, brew, cuppa, brain juice, liquid energy or just plain “coffee,” has been called the most popular beverage in the world, with more than 400 billion cups consumed each year in the United States. Coffee … Continue reading

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Early Holiday Shopping Sale at Collections Antiques on Antioch

  Although Christmas and Hanukkah are still months away, there’s an excellent opportunity to stock up on some quality and affordable gifts. Collections Antiques, at 15526 Antioch St. (near the Chamber of Commerce and Palisades Barbershop), is having a 50 percent-off … Continue reading

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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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