Blog Posts

  • “Bubbles and Balloons” Offered at Draycott;
    Kids Can Play on the Lawn during Happy Hour Palisadian Marissa Hermer, co-owner of The Draycott at Palisades Village, has introduced a child-friendly time at the restaurant on Tuesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. Adults can enjoy a happy-hour drink –
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  • Alphabet Street Preferential Parking
    Expanded to Include Fiske and Albright This week, preferential parking signs went up on several blocks of Fiske Street and part of Albright (between Fiske and Embury). This is the second group of streets around Caruso’s Palisades Village to enact
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  • My Friend’s Nightmare Experience–With
    Small Claims Court and His Former Employer Say you have employed the same cleaning lady for the past four years. One week, you tell her you forgot to go to the bank, but you’ll pay her next time. She’ll probably let it go because you have a history
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  • Councilman Mike Bonin to Speak May 14
    At Annual Santa Monica Canyon Meeting           The 73nd annual meeting of the Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14, at the Rustic Canyon Recreation Center, 601 Latimer Rd.           Refreshments and
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  • Father Kidney Knocked Down by Lime Scooter
    Company Fails to Provide Police with Information Corpus Christi Monsignor Liam Kidney was knocked down by a person driving a Lime Scooter on April 13 after he had conducted a memorial service for Ned Kelly. Kidney was crossing the street (Toyopa)
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  • Author Donna Rifkind (“The Sun and Her Stars”)
    To Address Historical Society Monday Night Donna Rifkind will discuss her upcoming book, “The Sun and Her Stars: Hitler’s Exiles in the Golden Age of Hollywood,” at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 13, at the Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyn Rd. Admission
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  • ‘Black Is Beautiful’ History Captured in Skirball’s New
    Exhibit Featuring Photographer Brathwaite By LIBBY MOTIKA Circling The News Contributor It’s a curious hyphenate, African-American, as black Americans’ African antecedents (slaves) were purposely stripped of their “African” heritage, and the
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  • If a Four-Leaf Clover Brings Luck,
    What Does the Five-Leaf Clover Mean? Fiske Street residents Arnold and Sigrid Hofer alerted Circling the News that Arnold, who regularly finds four-leaf clovers in their backyard, had found a five-leaf one the end of April. Arnold, a retired tool
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  • Interesting Film to Screen at Library May 11
    “To Dust” Premiered at Tribeca Film Festival The 2019 feature film “To Dust,” written and directed by Shawn Synder, premiered at Tribeca had screenings at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival and the Hamptons International Film
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  • New Uses for Police Station on Monument?
    Readers Are Asked to Suggest Some Ideas A resident who lives in the Alphabet Streets and walks through Palisades Village several times daily wrote Circling the News that he never sees any LAPD officers in the unfurnished kiosk at Swarthmore and
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