Blog Posts

  • Everett Maguire Had a Huge Impact on Pacific Palisades
    At Age 91, He Passed This Morning at His Home in Town (Editor’s note: Circling the News received word this morning that long-time Palisadian Everett Maguire, 91, died this morning, September 4, surrounded by family. According to Community United
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  • Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District
    Monthly Board Meeting to Be Held Tomorrow: The Pacific Palisades Business Improvement District (BID) will hold its monthly meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday, September 4, at the Chamber of Commerce Officer, 15330 Antioch Street. The public is invited.
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  • LETTER: Keep the Midnight to 5 a.m. Beach Curfew
    Along L.A. City Beaches, Including Will Rogers (Editor’s note: in response to Community Activist Lucy Han’s warning that talks were underway about lifting the midnight to 5 a.m. current beach curfew, resident Linda R. Friar, Ph.D. wrote the
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  • Golden Sparkplug Winner John Steadman
    Deserves Another Award for His Bluff Fence John Steadman, who won a 2018 Golden Sparkplug for cleaning up areas of the town — the long stretch of landscaping along Swarthmore by Palisades Elementary and then the street and park at Via de las
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  • Caruso Has Applied for a Master Sidewalk/Street
    Encroachment Permit without Public Hearing Circling the News has learned that Rick Caruso has applied for a Master Revocable Permit for the sidewalks/streets surrounding his mall. His kiosk on the corner of Swarthmore and Monument is currently
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  • Palisadian Tyler Heineman Joins His Brother Scott 
    In the Major Leagues, Playing for the Miami Marlins Rarely in Major League Baseball history have two brothers played in the big leagues at the same time. You can now add the Heineman brothers, Tyler and Scott, to that short list. As reported earlier
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  • Giant Pumpkins Grow on an Abandoned Corner
    At PCH/Sunset, Courtesy of ‘Farmer’ Schwartz A small piece of land between Vons grocery store and the 76 gas station on Pacific Coast Highway was littered with pieces of asphalt, scattered trash and weeds on June 10. Today, it features
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  • Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’ Provides
    Entertaining Evening at Pierson Playhouse  Mystery buffs and residents who like to solve puzzles, put on your thinking caps and be prepared to be entertained as you try to deduct “who did it” in “The Mousetrap,” a Theatre Palisades production. At
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  • Fire Danger in Brush Areas Remains Because
    City Fails to Put Up ‘No Cooking’ Signs Fire Station 69 Captain Thomas Kitahata reported that on August 30, the Sunset station received a 911 call related to fire and smoke in Temescal Canyon Park. They arrived to find a single man
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  • Palisades High Football Routs Taft, 54-0
    Dolphins Play with Intensity, Few Mistakes Palisades High looked like a different football team Thursday night in its 54-0 road win over Taft. Discussing Pali’s season-opening loss to Cleveland, 28-25, Head Coach Tim Hyde said, “Last week was
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