News

  • Drive-By Rally Supports Resumption of Sports at Palisades High School
    Click here for video. “No one was advocating for us,” said Jack Babala, who with fellow athletes Xavier Smith, Jr. and Matt Fahn organized a drive-by on Friday, February 26, in front of Palisades High School. Between 20 and 30 cars filled with
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  • Robbery on Miami Way: One Suspect taken into Custody
    Neighbors who live close to Palisades High School were awoken by police cars and a helicopter around 6:30 a.m., today March 1. A LAPD officer stationed at Radcliffe and Carthage said there had been a robbery near 15945 Miami way and that one suspect
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  • Fire along Paseo Miramar Is Knocked Out
    Firefighters from Stations 19, 23, 37, 63, 69 and 84 responded to a brush fire in the 300 block of Paseo Miramar (above Sunset) at 10:30 p.m. on Sunday. LAFD Spokesperson Brian Humphrey said there was an air-and- ground response to the fire that
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  • Alan Eisenstock’s Playlist: “Getaway” with Cruz
    Editor’s note: When Palisadian Alan Eisenstock is not researching and writing one of his nonfiction books (18 thus far!), he pursues what he calls “a crazy labor of love side project” that he started last March: sending a weekly Covid-themed
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  • Dermatologist Dr. Nasreen Babu-Khan Retires
      One of our town’s most beloved doctors retired on February 19. Dr. Nasreen Babu-Kahn, who has been a fixture in Pacific Palisades since 1998, when she founded her dermatology practice, said that it was a combination of factors,
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  • Optimists Seek Music Contest Entrants 
      The Pacific Palisades Optimist Club is encouraging all youth, ages 11 to 18, to enter an International Optimist competition: “Music Makes People Happy.” This is a new program designed to encourage and celebrate youth in both musical and vocal
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  • Viewpoint: UNDERDOG Will Save the Day
    Whenever Sweet Polly Purebreds (aka Palisades residents) are being victimized by developers, L.A. City Planning, the Planning and Land Use Committee and L.A. City Council, we sing “Oh where or where has my UNDERDOG [Mike Bonin] gone, oh, where oh
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  • Steven Rottman, an Expert at Detecting Computer Fraud, Offers Tips to Optimist Club Members
    When Steven Rottman of Roving Technology was asked to speak to the Optimist Club on February 2, members had so many questions that he agreed to stay after the meeting to answer them. He also gave some Wi-Fi and email warnings that we all would be
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  • Zoom Meeting for Controversial Topanga Lagoon Restoration Project 
    California State Parks and the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains are seeking public input and suggestions to help plan the restoration of the Topanga Lagoon area. A virtual meeting will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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  • Rick Caruso Lists Malibu Home for $40 Million
    The Wall Street Journal reports that Rick Caruso, who has a primary residence in Brentwood, has listed his oceanfront home in Malibu for $40 million. The nearly 7,300-sq-ft. Cape Cod architectural style home features black-and-white marble-tiled
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