Category Archives: General

Live Theater in Pacific Palisades

Missing Broadway and don’t have a trip to New York City planned? Can’t stand the drive downtown – and parking – at the Music Center? Good News, Covid is over and theater is alive in Pacific Palisades. The cost is … Continue reading

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OMG: Bees Are Swarming Outside the House

Many Pacific Palisades residents have reported bees swarming in their yard or in other locations around the area. What’s the right thing to do? According to Los Angeles County Beekeepers (LACBA) vice president Charlene Potter, leave them. “Swarming means they … Continue reading

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Park Advisory Board Discusses Pickleball, Trees, Restrooms and Grills

The Palisades Park Advisory Board held its quarterly meeting on October 19 via zoom, and it did not disappoint for controversy. Accusations from residents, which were not confined to public comment, flew throughout the meeting, which covered trees, grills, noise … Continue reading

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Auditions Announced for Theatre Palisades Youth Winter Show

Theatre Palisades Youth will be holding auditions for the winter workshop, starting November 7: the show is yet to be determined. Performances are scheduled for February 25, 26, 27, and March 3, 4, and 5, with rehearsals for the show, … Continue reading

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Money Can Be Found in Sports: Esports

By CHAZ PLAGER With the advent of the digital era, more and more forms of entertainment have sprung up. One of which, video games, has been a huge hit with young and old alike. However, as with most things, humans … Continue reading

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Update: Theft of Katie O’Neill’s Paintings: Friends Start gofundme

Artist Katie O’Neill’s Fine Art Gallery was broken into on Saturday, October 8 around 10:30 p.m.  Eleven paintings, worth about $35,000, were stolen from her art studio on Antioch. Around 10:30 p.m., a Gelson’s employee saw a man, who was … Continue reading

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VIEWPOINT: Do Not Judge Based on Skin Color

    “Look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin.” Martin Luther King, Jr.     I’m shocked. Did you know that people other than whites can be racist? How can society … Continue reading

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Proposition 30 Would Raise Income Taxes

Proposition 30 would require taxpayers with incomes above $2 million, annually, to pay an additional 1.75 percent income tax. A new 13.3 percent top marginal income tax was signed by Governor Gavin Newsom at the end of September. Prop 30, … Continue reading

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Californians Marginal Income Tax Rate Will Raise

Almost everyone would like to be paid while taking time off for maternity leave or to care for ill family members. California legislators passed a new bill SB No. 951, which was signed by Governor Gavin Newsom on September 30, … Continue reading

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“The Ropin’ Fool” Plays at Will Rogers Park, Free Event

  To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Ropin’ Fool, the Will Rogers Ranch Foundation is planning a special event at the Will Rogers State Historic Park on Saturday, October 8, and all residents are invited. Come to Will Rogers Park … Continue reading

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