Category Archives: General

Letter: Colonel Dick Littlestone Remembers Route 66

Will Also Be Honored at VA Dedication Littlestone wrote: Thanks for Libby Motika’s delightful article on Route 66 “Get Your Kicks on Route 66 is the Theme of SM History Museum Exhibit.” Our family: my mother, father, brother and I, … Continue reading

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Civic League to Review Residential 

Construction Plans at Sept. 23 Meeting The Pacific Palisades Civic League will meet on Monday, September 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Tauxe Hall at the Community United Methodist Church, 801 Via de la Paz. The public is invited. The agenda … Continue reading

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Signage Change Is Needed at Chautauqua and PCH

Resident Gives City Some Short-Term Suggestions With only three roads in and out of Pacific Palisades (Temescal, Sunset and Chautauqua), local residents are continually frustrated when traffic backs up at Chautauqua and Pacific Coast Highway because of the intersection’s engineering. … Continue reading

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Two events scheduled for Saturday, September 21:

YMCA Sponsors Clean-up in Temescal Gateway Park Palisades Village One-Year Birthday Celebration YMCA Clean-up Day Join residents and community members in beautifying Temescal Gateway Park from 9 to 11:30 a.m. this Saturday, September 21, at 15551 Sunset (corner of Temescal … Continue reading

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Councilman Mike Bonin to Address

Palisades Taskforce on Homelessness Councilman Mike Bonin and Chief Program Officer for Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Heidi Marston will address Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness at 7 p.m. on Monday, September 23, at the Pacific Palisades Library … Continue reading

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‘The Heal’ Updates Sophocles’ Inspiration at Getty Villa 

With an Evening of Music, Movement and Grand Passion By LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor The immediate relevance of ancient Greek plays to our lives, century after century, lives on despite the archaic form and conventions of 5th century B.C. … Continue reading

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Auschwitz Survivor and Author Dr. Edith Eger

Spoke at the American Legion Hall on September 7 When Dr. Edith Eva Eger was a teenager in Hungary, she had taken dance lessons since she was little and had hopes of making her country’s Olympic team in gymnastics. Instead, … Continue reading

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Get Your Kicks on Route 66

Is Theme of SM History Museum Exhibit By LIBBY MOTIKA Circling the News Contributor In November 1926, a highway of 2,400 miles was established in the United States. It wasn’t the first American highway, or the longest, or the fastest. … Continue reading

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Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to Close

After 20 Years in Pacific Palisades Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf located on Antioch, across from the Village Green private park, will close on Sunday, September 29. The store, which opened in June 1999, became popular not only for its … Continue reading

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Beware of Traffic Delays During President Trump’s Visit

Roads Will be Closed in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills The Traffic Advisory for the Presidential Visit for September 17 and 18 was released and includes roads in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. Intermittent Closures: LOS ANGELES L.A. 4 – … Continue reading

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