Category Archives: General

Palisadian-Post Cuts Staff, Will Now Publish Twice a Month

The “Palisadian-Post” website has announced that “Effective April, the Palisadian-Post will be publishing on the second and fourth Thursday of the month instead of its weekly print schedule. For example, our subscribers can look for print editions on April 13 and April … Continue reading

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My Mistake: No Dog Park on the Agenda

In Circling the News’ Musings on March 20, this editor made an error writing, “Also on the Thursday agenda is PPCC support for reviving the proposed dog park. This editor had clicked on the March 23 meeting agenda and saw … Continue reading

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Top Indian Cuisine in L.A. Found in Pacific Palisades

Taj Palace is a local gem for authentic Indian cuisine, under proprietor Sukhwinder Singh. This editor was introduced to the restaurant, about a decade ago, after refereeing with a person who had recently moved to Los Angeles from India. The … Continue reading

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Get Ready, Turn those Clocks Forward an Hour

U.S. residents will turn clocks forward at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 12. Some experts say that messing with time is not a good idea. There is a consistent rise in fatal car crashes during the week after spring Daylight … Continue reading

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Students Help Residents “Super Clean” the Community

  By CHAZ PLAGER Forty Palisades High School students, representing the PaliHi Ambassadors, came out on Saturday morning to pick up trash and litter in Pacific Palisades. “We’re happy to give back to our community, even if in a small … Continue reading

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Women Should Not Wait until 40, if They Want a Child

Nationally recognized fertility specialist Dr. Ingrid Rodi says that women who are under 35 who have tried to get pregnant for a year with no results or women who are 35 or over and tried six months with no results, … Continue reading

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Ronald Reagan Library Will Present “Auschwitz, Not Long Ago. Not Far Away.”

A special exhibition, “Auschwitz, Not Long Ago. Not Far Away” will be at the Ronald Reagan Library from March 24 through August 13. Although the history of Auschwitz is horrific, the exhibition has been curated with profound respect for its … Continue reading

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Letter: Come Visit: Let’s Talk Books and Life

I was missing something, and suddenly I realized what:  the pleasure and comfort of being among books again!  Old friends!  When I visited Jeff’s shop, Collections Antiques and BOOKS, for the first time in December, I felt like I was … Continue reading

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Fire Issues on the Strip of Land behind the PCH Wall

  There have been two brush fires in the past three months that have threatened homes in the Huntington Palisades. The fires, on October 22 and on February 10, were started behind the wall along PCH and were most likely … Continue reading

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DWP Distribution Substation 104: Safe or NIMBYISM?

The sole electrical station in Pacific Palisades, built in 1936, was originally intended to service 300 to 500 homes. With an increasing population and electrical needs (larger homes and electrical vehicles), many areas of this community have suffered brownouts, which … Continue reading

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