Blog Posts

  • Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’ Opens
    This Weekend at Theatre Palisades School is back in session and the long Labor Day weekend is upon us. That means its time to de-stress and enjoy some reasonably priced live entertainment. “The Mousetrap,” presented by producers Nona Hale and Sherry
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  • Design Review Board Opposes Proposed 5-Story
    Residential/Commercial Project as Not Compatible The exercise room at the Palisades-Malibu YMCA on Via de la Paz was packed Wednesday night for the Design Review Board hearing of the proposed 5-story apartment building and ground-floor retail on the
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  • Free Showing of ‘Black Panther’ on Saturday–
    Last Screening for 2019 Movies in the Park The 16th year of Movies in the Park will come to a close this Saturday evening at dusk with a free showing of “Black Panther” on the Field of Dreams at the Palisades Recreation Center, 851 Alma Real. The
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  • City Attorney Feuer to Meet with LAPD Thursday
    The Issue: Lifting the Existing Beach Curfew Community activist Lucy Han (Friends of the Jungle) alerted Circling the News today that City Attorney Mike Feuer is having a closed meeting tomorrow, August 29, at 2:30 p.m. at City Hall with LAPD
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  • PaliHi Student Addresses the Community Council, 
    Seeking a Skatepark Somewhere in Pacific Palisades By JAMES GAGE – Special to Circling the News At the August 22 Community Council meeting, Palisades High sophomore Max Burger advocated for the construction of a skateboard park in Pacific
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  • Palisades PRIDE Suggests Location for Town Clock
    On Sunset/Swarthmore Corner; Clock Will Honor Arnie Wishnick By JAMES GAGE – Special to Circling the News Palisades PRIDE President John Padden and PRIDE Board Member Sam Rubin provided information about a proposed community “town clock” to be
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  • Community Council Votes to Oppose Proposed
    Mixed-Use Project at Former Jack-in-the-Box Site By JAMES GAGE – Special to Circling the News At its Thursday night board meeting, the Pacific Palisades Community Council (PPCC) voted unanimously to adopt a motion opposing the proposed
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  • Cathi Ruddy Steps Up to Be Pacific Palisades
    Community Council Emergency Preparedness Officer By JAMES GAGE – Special to Circling the News Community Council Chair George Wolfberg has appointed Cathi Ruddy as the PPCC’s new Emergency Preparedness Officer, a position she readily accepted.
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  • PaliHi Football Loses Season Opener
    To Cleveland, 28-25, in a Non-League Match Last year, Palisades High dominated Cleveland, 27-0,  but as Head Coach Tim Hyde said before this season’s rematch, “It’s exciting to get to build a whole new team every year.” The Dolphins fell to
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  • Rattlesnakes Are a Concern with Residents
    Here’s What to Do If You Encounter a Rattler Do you know what to do if there is a rattlesnake in your driveway or if you are bitten by one? Pacific Palisades is on the wildlife interface, which means that residents not only see coyotes and
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