Category Archives: Community

Second Annual 5K Run Will Donate to Local Charities

The Palisades Lutheran 2nd Annual 5K Charity Run and Walk will be held on Saturday, October 15, from 9 a.m. to noon.  The goal is to raise $20,000 for homeless and community charities. The student fee is $20 and $35 … Continue reading

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Another Venice Road Diet in Motion with Little Public, NC Input

By ANGELA MCGREGOR  (Editor’s note: This story ran on September 20 in the Westside Current. If anyone has ever driven Venice Boulevard, one knows how the current road diet causes traffic issues and now the City planned to extend it. … Continue reading

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Smaller Pumps Installed in Temescal Rainwater Holding Tank

The construction, to ensure that the stormwater runoff in Temescal Canyon was cleaned – and reused – rather than rushing into the ocean, started in 2012. Now, 10 years later issues are being resolved to use that water to irrigate … Continue reading

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Stop Feeling: Look at the Numbers

Saturday Night Live had a reoccurring sketch for years with Jane Curtin putting forth a reasonable and levelheaded argument and then Dan Akroyd, instead of debating, would simply say, “Jane, you ignorant slut.” It was funny on a comedy show … Continue reading

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Darling versus Park on the Community Council Agenda

If a resident is still trying to decide how the two CD 11 candidates, Traci Park and Erin Darling, stand on issues, they will appear via Zoom on the Pacific Palisades Community Council from 6 to 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, … Continue reading

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New Pot Shop Discussed at Brentwood Community Council

Cookies, a new pot shop in the 13000 block of San Vicente Boulevard, which was supposed to open Saturday, September 10, had its first reported crime. The Brentwood Community Council listened to Brentwood Senior Lead Officer Matthew Kirk’s report at … Continue reading

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Search Warrant Served at Sheila Kuehl’s Santa Monica Home

  (Editor’s note: this story is done in cooperation with Jamie Paige, editor of Westside Current, and City News Service.) What did L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl do to have a search warrant and affidavit served at her Santa Monica … Continue reading

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Darling and Parks Respond to L.A. City Council Emergency Powers

Two readers wrote about the L.A. City Council voting to continue City Emergency Resolution that was first passed in March 2020 during the Covid pandemic and now comes up for a vote every 30 days. At the August 26 meeting, … Continue reading

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Kurt & Whey Opens in the Canyon

  If a resident has tried to buy Comte Grand Cru or Grey Owl cheese, they know these two highly desirable cheeses are not readily found anywhere on the Westside – or even in Southern California. That changed September 3 … Continue reading

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The New Pot Shop, Cookies, Burglarized

A new pot shop, Cookies, which was scheduled to open on Saturday, September 10, was closed and boarded up on Sunday. This Circling the News editor walked from Paul Revere Middle School to the store on San Vicente, which is … Continue reading

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