News

  • Betts Bakes Will Help with Holiday Treats
    With all the last-minute December parties, many residents are feeling the crunch in trying to get holiday baking done. This year they are in luck, a new Palisades home business, Betts Bakes, is here to assist. Launched in August, Betts Bakes owner
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  • Legion Welcomes Residents to Watch Army-Navy Game
    American Legion, Ronald Reagan-Palisades Post 283 is hosting a viewing party of the “Army-Navy” football game on Saturday, December 10. All residents are invited to come watch the game. The doors at the Legion, 15247 La Cruz Drive, will open at
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  • Botanical Artist featured at Pacific Palisades Garden Club Meeting
    Botanical artist Deborah Shaw will be the Pacific Palisades Garden Club speaker tomorrow, December 5, at 7 p.m. Her topic “Botanical Art through the Ages,” will address the history of botanical art to contemporary times. Works by American Society of
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  • The Tale of Two Palisades Parks: Temescal Canyon and George Wolfberg at Potrero
    The mile-long park that stretches to Pacific Coast Highway from Frontera Drive came under serious scrutiny from neighbors at a “SPECIAL POTRERO” meeting sponsored by the Pacific Palisades Community Council on December 1.  (The nearly two-hour
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  • 2022 Holiday Gift Guide
    This 14-page gift guide features selections from stores in Pacific Palisades. Price points are from $6 to more than $3,000, which means there’s something for everyone. Have as much fun looking, as this editor did shopping.  
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  • Holiday Concerts to Fill the Air
    By BERNICE FOX It’s beginning to sound a lot like the holiday season with many local choirs planning concerts in the next few weeks. Here’s a look at several upcoming local choral performances in order by date. Angel City Chorale – The large choir
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  • Palisades-Malibu YMCA Christmas Tree Lot Opens December 1
    It is so easy to pick the perfect Christmas tree. Go to Simon Meadow at Temescal and Sunset, select one from the more than 1,000 in the lot. There is a wonderful selection of Nobel, Nordmann and Vintage Noble trees, ranging in size from tabletop to
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  • Rotary Hears Bill Bruns Talk about the Palisades: “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”
    Sometimes making meetings is hard to do, but when the Palisades Rotary announced that Bill Bruns would be the speaker, people signed up quickly for the luncheon meeting at Modo Mio on November 15. Always informative and one of the few people who
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  • Play Santa Claus for Charity: Donations Sought for the Holidays
      CORPUS DONATION DRIVE-THROUGH: A Santa Claus drive-through is planned this Saturday, December 3, from 9 a.m. to noon at Corpus Christi Church. Unwrapped, new toys are being collected for children at St. Joseph’s Center. St. Joseph’s provides
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  • HO!HO!HO! Returns December 17. The Elves Send a Letter
      Circling the News received a letter from the North Pole. Dear Mrs. Editor, We are Santa’s elves, and our boss is really busy, but we wanted you to know that Santa will fly with the reindeer and Mrs. Claus on December 17 to Pacific Palisades.
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