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Genesis Invitational Launches Kids Club; Receive Free Tickets for Kids/Grandkids

The Genesis Invitational is promoting a Kids Club for this year’s tournament at the Riviera Country Club February 10-16. Tiger Woods, the tournament host, understands the importance of introducing kids to golf. Woods, certainly one of the greatest golfers and … Continue reading

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Three Reasons to Attend Next PAB Meeting: Potrero Park, Dog Park, Tennis Courts

The Pacific Palisades Park Advisory Board will hold its first quarterly meeting of 2020 on Wednesday, January 15 at 7 p.m. in the small gym. The public is invited. The L.A. Bureau of Engineering’s Pedro Garcia, who is overseeing Potrero … Continue reading

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JULY 2019: Street Closures on Swarthmore and Fourth of July

Question: Did Caruso have a permit to close Swarthmore on June 22? After receiving numerous complaints from residents, CTN reached out to L.A. Street Services Public Information Officer Elena Stern and asked if a permit had been issued, and if … Continue reading

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JUNE 2019: What Is Happing With Gladstones?

Question: What is happening with Gladstone’s? Former Mayor Richard Riordan, who has been running the operation at Gladstone’s, chose not to bid on the concession that is operated by L.A. County. Bids were submitted between April and September 2017. The … Continue reading

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Seventh Annual Turkey Trot Produces Good Times on Thanksgiving

“I was up at 4 a.m., setting up the 5K course and there were torrential rains,” said Turkey Trot race organizer David O’Connell. He and his fellow organizers worried that there would be a light turnout for this seventh annual … Continue reading

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Palisades High School Cross Country Qualifies Three for State Meet

Three Palisades High runners–Sarah Bentley, Lucas Shriver and Brett Bailey–qualified for the State meet last Saturday in the L.A. City Section Division 1 cross-country race at Pierce College. They will now compete in Fresno on November 30. This was Rob … Continue reading

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PaliHi Boys Take Eighth Straight City Water Polo Title: Face Vista in Division II First Round on November 22

Palisades High School defeated Cleveland 16-9 at Valley College on November 14 to win the City Championship. This was the team’s eighth consecutive City title. “They had two really dominant players; it was a solid team,” said PaliHi Head Coach … Continue reading

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PaliHi’s Open Division Football Hopes Are Dashed By Banning in the First Round of Playoffs, 35-21

After finishing the regular season with an impressive 9-1 record, sixth-seeded Palisades High succumbed to third-seeded Banning in the City Section Open Division playoffs last Friday night in Wilmington, 35-21. The Pilots’ stadium was five times the size of the … Continue reading

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Turkey Trot Offers Fun Plus Calorie Burning On Thanksgiving Morning at Palisades High

Even as one starts dreaming about pecan and pumpkin pie, with whipped cream, on Thanksgiving, start your day earlier with the seventh annual Pacific Palisades Turkey Trot. After a 5/10K run (or walk), one is entitled to a second piece … Continue reading

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PaliHi Girls Lose City Volleyball Championship Host Vistamar Tuesday Night in State Tournament

The City Section Girls Open Division Volleyball Championship was on the line last Saturday night at Birmingham. Fourth-seeded Palisades High was playing second-seeded Eagle Rock. The Dolphins lost the first game 21 to 25 but won the second 25-15. Then … Continue reading

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