Blog Posts

  • Wagenseller Publishing Owed Advertisers
    Max and Cerisa Moncayo Recount Their Ordeal Last year, two Palisades News advertisers–The Palisades Dentists and Palisades Surgical Arts–paid a total of $20,400 up front for ads through 2018. But when the newspaper ceased publishing (for
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  • Woman’s Club Fashion Show/Luncheon
    Annual Fundraising Event Set for March 12 Back by popular demand, the Pacific Palisades Woman’s Club (PPWC) invites the community to a Red-Carpet Fashion Show and Luncheon on Tuesday, March 12, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Clubhouse, 901 Haverford.
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  • Tech Help for Seniors Available
    Learn How to Take Photos, Add Apps Palisades Alliance for Seniors will once again pair Palisades Charter High School students with seniors to provide free technology tutoring. Having trouble understanding how to send photos, copy and paste, or ad an
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  • ‘Guys and Dolls’ Provides Great Entertainment
    A Fun Youth Production at Theatre Palisades Some of the area’s most talented youngsters are performing in the Theatre Palisades Youth production of “Guys and Dolls” at Pierson Playhouse, 941 Temescal Canyon Rd. This show originally premiered
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  • Drilling Underway on Controversial Highlands Site
    Determining the Fill Depth Before Construction A drilling rig was working on the large vacant lot at 1525 Palisades Drive on Tuesday. Located at the edge of the property, the borer went down time after time and brought up dirt. Neighbors told
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  • Orator Wilson Continues Winning Ways 
    Junior Reaches State Level in Legion Contest Daniella Wilson, who won the American Legion Post and District Oratorical Contests, completed a hat trick on February 23 by winning the Area 6 competition at Hollywood Post 43. The Brentwood School junior
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  • Latin Grammy Award-Winning Cellist
    Antonio Lysy to Perform March 1 Cellist Antonio Lysy will join St. Matthew’s Chamber Orchestra in a concert of music by Schubert, Piazzolla, Britten and Holst at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 1, at St. Matthew’s Church, 1031 Bienveneda Ave.  Dwayne S.
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  • Pacific Palisades February Crime Report
    Key Fobs Make It Easy for Crooks Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore reported that there have been 11 stolen vehicles in Pacific Palisades in 2019 and eight have been recovered. All of the cars recovered had keys in them! Stolen Vehicles February 15
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  • Suicide Contemplation Need to be Discussed
    Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Expert Addresses Suicide Issues Kita Curry, president/CEO of Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, spoke about suicide at the Optimist Club meeting Tuesday morning. “[Suicide] is a public health crisis,” Curry said,
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  • Historical Society to Feature Archivist Marc Wanamaker
    Program to Feature Inceville’s Early History           Archivist Marc Wanamaker and Pacific Palisades Historical Society President Eric Dugdale will present “Inceville’s Native American Community and Its Hollywood Legacy” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, February
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