Category Archives: General

Rumored Threat Causes Mass Walkout at Palisades High Today

Palisades High School has an active shooter drill that students are familiar with—they lock themselves into classrooms and do not come out until the all-clear is given. But, what if a situation occurs during nutrition or lunch time, when students … Continue reading

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Pacific Palisades Ho!Ho!Ho! Arrives December 11 in Temescal 

  Local elves have been busy organizing for Santa’s arrival at the free and festive, all-community Ho!Ho!Ho! celebration on Saturday, December 11 at Simon Meadow in Temescal Canyon. The seasonal fun kicked off today with the opening of the YMCA … 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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Legion Auxiliary Donates Thanksgiving Gift Cards to Palisades Firefighters

As Pacific Palisades residents and people across the country settle in for Thanksgiving with their families, there are many men and women who work in emergency services, such as firefighters, police and medical personnel, who will be on duty. The … Continue reading

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Historical Society Will Host the Centennial Celebration for Pacific Palisades on January 15 in Temescal Canyon 

  The Pacific Palisades Historical Society sent out an announcement today that featured this headline: From the Mountains to the Sea 1922 ~ 2022 Pacific Palisades Celebrating 100 Years   Pacific Palisades was founded on January 14, 1922, when a … Continue reading

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Bonin Recall Campaign Turns in Enough Signatures to Trigger Recall

(Reprinted with permission from the Westside Current.) The recall election of second-term incumbent Councilmember Mike Bonin is likely to move forward. Recall Bonin 2021 proponents turned in enough signatures on Wednesday to trigger the first recall election in Los Angeles … 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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Voting Not to Move Clocks Back. Or Did We?

(Editor’s note: this story originally ran on October 3, 2019–this year’s dates have been readjusted to reflect November 7. Nice to see “our vote” matters.) On Sunday, November 7, California residents will join most of the nation in moving the … Continue reading

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“Scoop on the Loop” Tradition Returns to Las Casas

A spectacular view, neighbors and ice cream made for a perfect way to celebrate community and the return of a long-standing tradition, the “Scoop on the Loop” ice cream social. South of Sunset Boulevard, Las Casas loops around, with no … Continue reading

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Annual YMCA Metropolitan Celebration Held at Simon Meadow

  Annually, the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles honors employees and donors with service awards and recognition, usually in a large hotel ballroom downtown. This year, the luncheon ceremony was held on October 14 under a large tent – with … Continue reading

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